Canada postcard Maple Leaf Stadium Toronto late 1920s

$55.00 CAD

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Postcard with nice image of baseball game underway at Maple Leaf stadium in Toronto. Full house and parking lot jammed with cars. It was home to the Toronto Maple Leafs of the International League.

It was  at the foot of Bathurst Street on the south side of Lakeshore Boulevard, just north of Lake Ontario.

Published by ‘Valentine-Black Co., Limited, Toronto.  Printed in the U.S.A.


Light smudging/toning on back.


Maple Leaf Stadium was a jewel box-style baseball stadium in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, located at the foot of Bathurst Street on the south side of Lake Shore Boulevard (formerly Fleet Street). It was built in 1926 by Lol Solman for his Toronto Maple Leafs baseball team of the International League. Previously, the Maple Leafs had played at Hanlan's Point Stadium. It continued to be the home of the Leafs for 42 seasons, until the team left town following the 1967 season. The stadium was demolished in 1968. Fans often referred to the stadium as the "Fleet Street Flats".