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From the mailbox of the best Minister's place of work for your bookshelf, a listing of greater than a hundred books that each Canadian should still learn. This mostly one-sided correspondence from the "loneliest publication membership within the world" is a compendium for bibliophiles and people who keep on with the Canadian political scene. clever, subversive, signed, sealed, and now to be had to you...even in the event that your deal with isn't really eighty Wellington road.
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East/West A Guide to Where People Live in Downtown Toronto Edited by Nancy Byrtus, Mark Fram, and Michael McClelland Published and distributed by Coach House Books, for the Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada, June 2000 First edition This collection copyright ©2000 by Coach House Books Individual attributed entries copyright © in the names of their authors All rights reserved No part of this book may be reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, or by any information storage and retrieval system, without written permission from the publisher.
Between 1884 and 1904 development was slow and scattered. 1890) are good examples. The great boom in South Rosedale, which accounts for much of its present architectural character, didn’t occur until 1904–14, when a couple of hundred dwellings were built. Streets like Chestnut Park were filled up then with big, brick houses, many in an Arts-and-Crafts style, by architects like Burke, Horwood and White (No. E. Boultbee (No. H. Townsend (No. J. Lennox (No. 48, 1903). What was for many years the area’s only apartment house was erected at 75 Crescent Road in 1912.
1914 “Sanitary conveniences, adequate bedroom accommodation and domestic privacy are the primary requirements for proper housing,” proclaimed the Toronto Housing Company’s 1915 publication, Cottage Flats, where this photograph by William James first appeared. 00, depending on size and location. This photograph shows the living room in one of the larger cottage flats at Spruce Court, furnished as a model suite. The layout and the furnishings reflect the aspirations of the Housing Company to house lower-income wage earners well.