9 and 11 Spadina Rd in 1974 & 2022

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Looking southeast towards the semi-detached homes at 9 and 11 Spadina Rd, north of Bloor St W in The Annex neighbourhood of Toronto. Built in 1890, the houses were amongst the first buildings constructed on Spadina Rd. The original occupants were FW Himsworth at 9 Spadina Rd and George Stinson at 11.

The red brick homes feature Gothic Revival and Italianate architectural elements and decorative wood detailing, including on the front gables and two-storey verandahs. In the archive photo, the heritage-designated homes were rooming houses, according to the Toronto City Directory.

1974/2022 - Looking southeast towards the semi-detached homes at 9 and 11 Spadina Rd, north of Bloor St W in The Annex neighbourhood of Toronto. Built in 1890, the houses were amongst the first buildings constructed on Spadina Rd. The original occupants were FW Himsworth at 9 Spadina Rd and George Stinson at 11. The red brick homes feature Gothic Revival and Italianate architectural elements and decorative wood detailing, including on the front gables and two-storey verandahs. In the archive photo, the heritage-designated homes were rooming houses, according to the Toronto City Directory
1974/2022 – Looking southeast towards the semi-detached homes at 9 and 11 Spadina Rd, north of Bloor St W in The Annex neighbourhood of Toronto (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 1257, Series 1057, Item 8359)
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