Metropolitan United Church in 1911, 1972 and 2023

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Metropolitan United Church Parsonage and Community Building at the southeast corner of Bond St and Shuter St in the Garden District of Toronto. Built in 1906/07, architects Sproatt & Rolph designed the building in the Neo-Gothic style. The Parsonage was built and furnished through a donation from Chester Massey, whose father built Massey Hall. The building received heritage status from the city in 1983.

1911/1972/2023 – Metropolitan United Church Parsonage and Community Building at the southeast corner of Bond St and Shuter St in the Garden District of Toronto. Built in 1906/07, architects Sproatt & Rolph designed the building in the Neo-Gothic style. The Parsonage was built and furnished through a donation from Chester Massey, whose father built Massey Hall. The building received heritage status from the city in 1983
1911/1972/2023 – Metropolitan United Church Parsonage and Community Building at the southeast corner of Bond St and Shuter St in the Garden District of Toronto (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 2032, Series 841, File 13, Item 28 & Toronto Public Library PC3945)
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