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Bloor Brewery (Toronto, 1865). Open in full size

Bloor Brewery (Toronto, 1865).

Bloor Brewery (Toronto, 1865).

Notes

After Richard Baigent's watercolour (Acc. JRR 807). Drawn to make the line photomechanical print in The Evening Telegram, Toronto, 25 July 1908, p. 22, and in Landmarks of Toronto, vol. 5, p. 535. The brewery was n. of Bloor St., between Mount Pleasant Rd. and Sherbourne St.
Inscribed in pen and black ink, album page below drawing: Bloor Street Brewery and Blockhouse. / Vol. V. L. of T. P. 535 Blindstamp, l.l. (trimmed): [STRATHMORE / DR]AWING BOAR[D / (in circle surrounding thistle) / TRADE MARK]

Rights and Licenses

Public Domain

Medium

Pen and black ink over moderate blue pencil with border on wove paper. Laid down on album page.

Extent

224 x 341 mm.

Contributor

BAIGENT, RICHARD (Canadian, 1830-1890), copy after

Call Number / Accession Number

C 1-47a