George Gooderham House in 1921 & 2022

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Looking northeast towards The York Club, originally the George Gooderham House, located at 135 St George St and Bloor St W in The Annex neighbourhood of Toronto. Built in 1889/91, architect David Roberts Jr designed the mansion in the Richardsonian Romanesque style for George Gooderham, president of Gooderham & Worts Limited. Since approximately 1910, it has been home to The York Club and was one of the 490 buildings on Heritage Toronto’s initial induction list in 1973. Notice Bloor St W once had streetcar tracks.

1921/2022 – Looking northeast towards The York Club, originally the George Gooderham House, located at 135 St George St and Bloor St W in The Annex neighbourhood of Toronto. Built in 1889/91, architect David Roberts Jr designed the mansion in the Richardsonian Romanesque style. It has been home to The York Club since 1909 and was one of the 490 buildings on Heritage Toronto’s initial induction list in 1973. Notice Bloor St W once had streetcar tracks
1921/2022 – Looking northeast towards The York Club, originally the George Gooderham House, located at 135 St George St and Bloor St W in The Annex neighbourhood of Toronto (City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 1231, Item 841)
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