Past & Present – Part 6

1925/2020 – Holy Name Parish is located at Gough Ave and Danforth Ave, northeast corner in the Greektown neighbourhood
1925/2020 – Holy Name Parish is located at Gough Ave and Danforth Ave, northeast corner in the Greektown neighbourhood (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 1266, Item 6651)

2020/1975 - Toronto Police Service - 51 Division at 51 Parliament St and Front St E, northeast corner – built in 1898 for Consumers Gas Company Water Gas Purifying House, and the building received heritage status in 1973
2020/1975 – Toronto Police Service – 51 Division at 51 Parliament St and Front St E, northeast corner – built in 1898 for Consumers Gas Company Water Gas Purifying House, and the building received heritage status in 1973 (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 124, File 3, Item 37)

1972/2022 – The southeast corner of Parliament St and Gerrard St E in the Cabbagetown/Regent Park neighbourhoods of Toronto
1972/2022 – The southeast corner of Parliament St and Gerrard St E in the Cabbagetown/Regent Park neighbourhoods of Toronto (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 2032, Series 841, File 32, Item 4)

2021/1923 - Mount Pleasant Road Baptist Church at 527 Mt Pleasant Rd and Belsize Dr, southeast corner
2021/1923 – Mount Pleasant Road Baptist Church at 527 Mt Pleasant Rd and Belsize Dr, southeast corner (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 1266, Item 72)

1925/2020 - Looking towards 165 Front St E and Frederick St, on the southeast corner in the St Lawrence neighbourhood. Built in 1889 for the Toronto Street Railway Company, today it's home to the Yonge People's Theatre. The structure received heritage status from the city in 1973
1925/2020 – Looking towards 165 Front St E and Frederick St, on the southeast corner in the St Lawrence neighbourhood. Built in 1889 for the Toronto Street Railway Company, today it’s home to the Yonge People’s Theatre. The structure received heritage status from the city in 1973 (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 16, Series 71, Item 3680)

1970s/2020 - Consumers Gas Company Building once at 17 and 19 Toronto St, north of King St E
1970s/2020 – Consumers Gas Company Building once at 17 and 19 Toronto St, north of King St E (City of Toronto Archives, Series 1465, File 606, Item 23)

2021/1972 – Looking northwest towards the corner of Dundas St E and Pembroke St in the Garden District. Once home to Norm's Open Kitchen and Stouffville Marketeria
2021/1972 – Looking northwest towards the corner of Dundas St E and Pembroke St in the Garden District. Once home to Norm’s Open Kitchen and Stouffville Marketeria (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 2032, Series 841, File 18, Item 29)

1928/2021 – The stunning arched entryway of the Concourse Building at the northwest corner of Adelaide St W and Sheppard St
1928/2021 – The stunning arched entryway of the Concourse Building at the northwest corner of Adelaide St W and Sheppard St (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 444, Item 15)

1928/2021 - Built in 1928, the Concourse Building at 100 Adelaide St W and Sheppard St - has two of its original facades remaining on its south and east sides – now EY Tower
1928/2021 – Built in 1928, the Concourse Building at 100 Adelaide St W and Sheppard St – has two of its original facades remaining on its south and east sides – now EY Tower (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 444, Item 1)

1980s-90s/2021 – Looking northeast towards the Concourse Building at the corner of Adelaide St W and Sheppard St - built in 1928, two of its original facades remain on the south and east sides – now EY Tower
1980s-90s/2021 – Looking northeast towards the Concourse Building at the corner of Adelaide St W and Sheppard St – built in 1928, two of its original facades remain on the south and east sides – now EY Tower (City of Toronto Archives, Ontario Historical Board Fonds, Fonds 2043, Series 2523, File 7, Item 1)

1972/2021 – Dundas St E and Pembroke St, northwest corner where George’s Pizza & Panzerroto, George’s BBQ & Delicatessen and Piassa Ingera Ethiopian Restaurant are all located
1972/2021 – Dundas St E and Pembroke St, the northwest corner where George’s Pizza & Panzerroto, George’s BBQ & Delicatessen and Piassa Ingera Ethiopian Restaurant are all located (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 2032, Series 841, File 18, Item 26)

1933/2021 - Built in 1931, the Toronto Fire Station 324 is located at 840 Gerrard St E, west of Carlaw Ave on the north side
1933/2021 – Built in 1931, the Toronto Fire Station 324 is located at 840 Gerrard St E, west of Carlaw Ave on the north side (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 1231, Item 360)

1972/2021 – Looking southwest towards the corner of Carlton St and Church St in the Church and Wellesley neighbourhood. Built in 1895 and originally the Somerset House Hotel, the building was later home to CIBC and today Pi Co. Pizza. The structure received heritage status from the city in 1974
1972/2021 – Looking southwest towards the corner of Carlton St and Church St in the Church and Wellesley neighbourhood. Built in 1895 and originally the Somerset House Hotel, the building was later home to CIBC and today Pi Co. Pizza. The structure received heritage status from the city in 1974 (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 2032, Series 841, File 51, Item 35)

1972/2021 – Looking northeast towards the corner of Church St and Maitland St in the Church and Wellesley neighbourhood. Once occupied by Biggy’s Burgers, today 477 Church St is home to Church Street Garage Bar
1972/2021 – Looking northeast towards the corner of Church St and Maitland St in the Church and Wellesley neighbourhood. Once occupied by Biggy’s Burgers, today 477 Church St is home to Church Street Garage Bar (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 2032, Series 841, File 17, Item 8)

2021/1952 – Danforth Ave and Jones Ave, southeast corner
2021/1952 – Danforth Ave and Jones Ave, southeast corner (City of Toronto Archives, Series 372, Sub Series 58, Item 2352)

1944/2021 – In the Bloorcourt Village at Bloor St W and Bartlett Ave, northeast corner
1944/2021 – In the Bloorcourt Village at Bloor St W and Bartlett Ave, northeast corner (Toronto Public Library r-4505)

1972/2021 - Evangel Temple, originally Bond Street Congregational Church, once at Bond St and Dundas St E, northeast corner
1972/2021 – Evangel Temple, originally Bond Street Congregational Church, once at Bond St and Dundas St E, northeast corner (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 2032, Series 841, File 13, Item 32)

2021/1954 – Looking east from Tranby Ave towards St Paul's Methodist (United) Church once located at Avenue Rd and Webster Ave in the Yorkville neighbourhood
2021/1954 – Looking east from Tranby Ave towards St Paul’s Methodist (United) Church once located at Avenue Rd and Webster Ave in the Yorkville neighbourhood (Toronto Public Library R-4777)

1972/2021– Looking southeast towards Stanley's Variety at 237 Gerrard St E and Ontario St – built in 1875 as the Edwin Hough House and received heritage status in 1995
1972/2021– Looking southeast towards Stanley’s Variety at 237 Gerrard St E and Ontario St – built in 1875 as the Edwin Hough House and received heritage status in 1995 (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 2032, Series 841, File 12, Item 19)

2021/1972 – Looking northeast towards the Hair Of The Dog Neighbourhood Pub & Restaurant at 425 Church St and Wood St - once the Le Baron Steak House
2021/1972 – Looking northeast towards the Hair Of The Dog Neighbourhood Pub & Restaurant at 425 Church St and Wood St – once the Le Baron Steak House (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 2032, Series 841, File 17, Item 2)

1972/2020 - Hair Of The Dog Neighbourhood Pub & Restaurant at 425 Church St and Wood St, northeast corner - once Le Baron Steak House
1972/2020 – Hair Of The Dog Neighbourhood Pub & Restaurant at 425 Church St and Wood St, northeast corner – once Le Baron Steak House (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 2032, Series 841, File 17, Item 2)

1960s/1921 – Looking east towards the Gus Ryder Outdoor Pool at Sunnyside Park. The pool is named in honour of Marilyn Bell’s swimming coach
1960s/1921 – Looking east towards the Gus Ryder Outdoor Pool at Sunnyside Park. The pool is named in honour of Marilyn Bell’s swimming coach (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 1257, Series 1057, Item 6495)

1925/2021 - Looking east along the boardwalk, also known as “Strutters Walk in front of the Sunnyside Bathing Pavilion
1925/2021 – Looking east along the boardwalk, once known as “Strutters Walk in front of the Sunnyside Bathing Pavilion (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 1266, Item 4959)

1922/2021 - Sunnyside Bathing Pavilion located on the south side of Lake Shore Blvd W at the foot of Parkside Dr
1922/2021 – Sunnyside Bathing Pavilion located on the south side of Lake Shore Blvd W at the foot of Parkside Dr (Library and Archives Canada a097214)

1920/2020 – Dundas St E and Mutual St, northwest corner – in the background was the former Robert Simpson Co. Ltd. Warehouse built in 1910
1920/2020 – Dundas St E and Mutual St, northwest corner – in the background was the former Robert Simpson Co. Ltd. Warehouse built in 1910 (City of Toronto Archives, Series 372, Sub Series 3, Item 253)

1978/2021 – Looking northeast towards Dundas St E and Mutual St, once home to Deny's Barbeque, Ted's Variety and Tom's Open Kitchen. Notice the Warwick Hotel sign in the archive photo. Today Plug Canna6is occupies the space at 152 Dundas St E
1978/2021 – Looking northeast towards Dundas St E and Mutual St, once home to Deny’s Barbeque, Ted’s Variety and Tom’s Open Kitchen. Notice the Warwick Hotel sign in the archive photo. Today Plug Canna6is occupies the space at 152 Dundas St E (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 1526, File 9, Item 12)

1972/2021 - The northeast corner of Dundas St E and Mutual St was once home to Tony’s Barbeque, Ted’s Variety and Tom’s Open Kitchen. Today Plug Canna6is occupies the space at 152 Dundas St E in the Garden District
1972/2021 – The northeast corner of Dundas St E and Mutual St was once home to Tony’s Barbeque, Ted’s Variety and Tom’s Open Kitchen. Today Plug Canna6is occupies the space at 152 Dundas St E in the Garden District (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 2032, Series 841, File 69, Item 15)

1980s/2021 – Looking southeast on Yonge St between Isabella and Gloucester Sts
1980s/2021 – Looking southeast on Yonge St between Isabella and Gloucester Sts (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds, Series 1465, File 610, Item 5)

1972/2020 - Warwick Hotel, built in 1910 once located at Jarvis St at Dundas St E, northwest corner - building no longer exists
1972/2020 – Warwick Hotel, built in 1910 once located at Jarvis St at Dundas St E, northwest corner – building no longer exists (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 2032, Series 841, File 9, Item 8)

Teck Theatre was once located at 700 Queen St E, west of Broadview Ave on the north side in the Riverside area. The moving-picture and vaudeville theatre was open from 1931 to 1933 and built by JJ O’Neill, who also owned the neighbouring Broadview Hotel
2021/1932 – Teck Theatre was once located at 700 Queen St E, west of Broadview Ave on the north side in the Riverside area. The moving-picture and vaudeville theatre was open from 1931 to 1933 and built by JJ O’Neill, who also owned the neighbouring Broadview Hotel (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 1231, Item 641)

1972/2020 - Looking northwest from Queen St E and Parliament St in the Moss Park neighbourhood
1972/2020 – Looking northwest from Queen St E and Parliament St in the Moss Park neighbourhood (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 2032, Series 841, File 16, Item 13)

1972/2020 - Peter Pan Bistro occupies the building at 373 Queen St W and Peter St, southeast corner - built in 1890, received heritage status by the City of Toronto in 1978
1972/2020 – Peter Pan Bistro occupies the building at 373 Queen St W and Peter St, southeast corner – built in 1890, received heritage status by the City of Toronto in 1978 (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 2032, Series 841, File 48, Item 29)

1972/2021 - Queen St E at Power St, southwest corner
1972/2021 – Queen St E at Power St, southwest corner (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 2032, Series 841, File 11, Item 30)

2020/1972 – 134 Peter St at Richmond St W, northwest corner, once the George Weston Ltd (biscuits) factory - built in 1915, received heritage status in 2017
2020/1972 – 134 Peter St at Richmond St W, northwest corner, once the George Weston Ltd (biscuits) factory – built in 1915, received heritage status in 2017 (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 2032, Series 841, File 48, Item 36)

2021/1955 - The Palais Royale Ballroom is located at 1601 Lake Shore Blvd W, near the foot of Roncesvalles Ave
2021/1955 – The Palais Royale Ballroom is located at 1601 Lake Shore Blvd W, near the foot of Roncesvalles Ave (Toronto Public Library r-568)

1920s/2021 - The Palais Royale Ballroom is located at 1601 Lake Shore Blvd W, near the foot of Roncesvalles Ave – built in 1922 - once Deans Sunnyside Pleasure Boats also occupied the building
1920s/2021 – The Palais Royale Ballroom is located at 1601 Lake Shore Blvd W, near the foot of Roncesvalles Ave – built in 1922 – once Deans Sunnyside Pleasure Boats also occupied the building (Toronto Public Library r-610)

2021/1913 – Looking southwest towards the corner of Queen St W and York St. Today, the block is home to the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts and the Canadian Opera Company
2021/1913 – Looking southwest towards the corner of Queen St W and York St. Today, the block is home to the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts and the Canadian Opera Company (Toronto Public Library R-4084)

2020/1959 – The former rectory once at 236 Avenue Rd, directly south of the Church of the Messiah - now home to KMH Cardiology Centres Inc
2020/1959 – The former rectory once at 236 Avenue Rd, directly south of the Church of the Messiah – now home to KMH Cardiology Centres Inc (City of Toronto Archives, Series 65, File 56, Item 45)

2020/1950 – Looking southeast from Jarvis St at Jarvis Street Baptist Church located at 130 Gerrard St E
2020/1950 – Looking southeast from Jarvis St at Jarvis Street Baptist Church located at 130 Gerrard St E (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 1128, File 380, Item 230)

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