Robert Fulford (left) with boyhood friend Dave Perkins in the Beach district of Toronto, circa 1943.
Pianist Glenn Gould, circa 1944, in one of his favourite poses.
Growing up, he and Robert Fulford were next-door neighbours and best friends.
A.E. Fulford of The Canadian Press (Robert Fulford's father), in the early 1950s.
Four Toronto jazz enthusiasts of the 1950s, with two musicians from San Francisco.
From left: Dave Brubeck; Robert Fulford, representing Down Beat; disc jockey Phil McKellar; Helen McNamara of The Telegram; Alex Barris of The Globe & Mail; Turk Murphy.
Assistant Editor of Mayfair magazine, 1955.
Peter Gzowski, Robert Fulford and Ken Lefolii celebrating their resignation
from Maclean's in July 1964 (partially shown in background: Alexander Ross).
Photo courtesy Don Newlands/KlixPix.com
This photo appeared on the dustjacket of Robert Fulford's 1968 book This Was Expo.
Dustjacket photo for Crisis at the Victory Burlesk: Culture, Politics & Other Diversions (1968).
Looking at an issue of Saturday Night in 1972. Robert Fulford was the magazine's editor from 1968 to 1987.
Photo by Ron Bull, courtesy of Toronto Star Archives
A publicity photo issued when Saturday Night was revived in May, 1975.
In his office at Saturday Night in 1978.
Photo by Doug Griffin, courtesy of Toronto Star Archives
Geraldine Sherman and Robert Fulford in Jerusalem in 1979.
Browsing at the World's Biggest Bookstore in Toronto in 1980.
Photo by Reg Innell, courtesy of Toronto Star Archives
Receiving the Diplôme d'honneur of the Canadian Conference
of the Arts from Governor General Ed Schreyer in 1981.
The night in 1981 when Saturday Night won five golds at the National Magazine Awards.
From left: Peter Gzowski, Robert Fulford (who accepted Christina McCall's award), Gary Ross, Derek Ungless, Nigel Dickson.
Governor General Jeanne Sauvé appointing Robert Fulford an Officer of the Order of Canada, 1984.
Robert Fulford received his first honorary degree in 1986, from McMaster University.
(On right: Chancellor Allan Leaf.).
In his living room in 1987, surrounded by books.
Photo by Keith Beaty, courtesy of Toronto Star Archives
The caption on this 1987 Toronto Star photo read:
"End of era: Robert Fulford ended 19 years as editor of Saturday Night magazine.".
Photo by Andrew Stawicki, courtesy of Toronto Star Archives
The picture that accompanied his Globe and Mail column in the 1990s.
Photo by Fred Lum
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