College St and Elizabeth St in 1947 & 2022

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Canadian Blood Services, originally the Victoria Hospital For Sick Children, is located at the southeast corner of College St and Elizabeth St in the Discovery District of Toronto.

Built in 1889/91, architects Darling & Curry designed the former hospital in the Richardsonian Romanesque style. It was built with funds provided by J Ross Robertson, founder of the Toronto Telegram. The hospital opened in 1892 and moved out of the building in 1951 when the present-day SickKids Hospital was completed. The building at 67 College St received heritage designation from the city in 1973.

August 17, 1947/2022 – Canadian Blood Services, originally the Victoria Hospital For Sick Children, is located at the southeast corner of College St and Elizabeth St in the Discovery District of Toronto. Built in 1889/91, architects Darling & Curry designed the former hospital in the Richardsonian Romanesque style. It was built with funds provided by J Ross Robertson, founder of the Toronto Telegram. The hospital opened in 1892 and moved out of the building in 1951 when the present-day SickKids Hospital was completed. The building at 67 College St received heritage designation from the city in 1973
August 17, 1947/2022 – Canadian Blood Services, originally the Victoria Hospital For Sick Children, is located at the southeast corner of College St and Elizabeth St in the Discovery District (Toronto Public Library TSPA_0113248F)
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