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Looking north, Dempsey store, McKenzie residence, Stong residence Open in full size

Looking north, Dempsey store, McKenzie residence, Stong residence

Picture, 1911,

Looking north, Dempsey store, McKenzie residence, Stong residence

Picture, 1911,

Notes

Lot 16, Con. 1 West. Sheppard Ave. and Yonge St. Yonge Street at Sheppard Avenue approximately 1911 looking north. High, dark building on east side of Yonge was the residence of William Mckenzie. Next building to the south was the Milton Stong residence. Property sold to Bowden Lumber in 1922. White house to the south of Stong home was the residence of Arthur Coleman, tinsmith. At one time an ice cream parlour was operated in this house. Note milk stand just in front of radial car which picked up the milk and took it to Toronto. Children in picture from left to right: Milton T. Stong, Elma Stong and Dorothy Brown.

Rights and Licenses

Public Domain

Medium

Negative

Extent

61 x 75 mm

Provenance

Toronto Public Library. North York Central Library. Canadiana Department. Gift of North York Historical Society.

Call Number / Accession Number

NYHS00031