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Bolton Councillor Richard Whitehead points to the underground concrete wall that joins these houses, making them Open in full size

Bolton Councillor Richard Whitehead points to the underground concrete wall that joins these houses, making them "semi-detached" under Caledon bylaws. Humberview Hills Phase Two in northeast Bolton. Bolton, Ontario

Picture, 1975, English

Bolton Councillor Richard Whitehead points to the underground concrete wall that joins these houses, making them "semi-detached" under Caledon bylaws. Humberview Hills Phase Two in northeast Bolton. Bolton, Ontario

Picture, 1975, English

Caption:

An underground wall of concrete joins these houses in Bolton, making them "semi-detached" under Caledon bylaws and so permitted smaller floor areas, lot sizes and sideyards than those required for free-standing houses. They're in Humberview Hills Phase Two in northeast Bolton, where Bolton Councillor Richard Whitehead points to the buried wall. The houses are selling for $50,000 each.

Rights and Licenses

Toronto Star License

Medium

Black and white photograph

Extent

27.8 cm x 35.7 cm

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

TS-1-GO-461b-bolton022