Adelaide St E and George St in 1972 & 2022

Posted:

Looking northeast towards the corner of Adelaide St E and George St, in the Old Town/St Lawrence neighbourhood of Toronto. The group of buildings ranging from 252 to 264 Adelaide St E were initially known as the Bank of Upper Canada (built in 1825/27), De La Salle Institute (built in 1871) and Toronto’s First Post Office (built in 1833/34 and is once again a post office today). The buildings received heritage status from the city in 1973.

2022/1972 – Looking northeast towards the corner of Adelaide St E and George St, in the Old Town/St Lawrence neighbourhood of Toronto. The group of buildings ranging from 252 to 264 Adelaide St E were initially known as the Bank of Upper Canada (built in 1825/27), De La Salle Institute (built in 1871) and Toronto's First Post Office (built in 1833/34 and is once again a post office today). The buildings received heritage status from the city in 1973
2022/1972 – Looking northeast towards the corner of Adelaide St E and George St, in the Old Town/St Lawrence neighbourhood (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 2032, Series 841, File 20, Item 3)
SOURCE

Stay Connected

22,156FollowersFollow
94FollowersFollow
8,950FollowersFollow
error: Alert: Content selection is disabled