End of the road: Relatives help Jose Gomes move his belongings from his house on Argyle St., built in 1975 without a permit, before the city sends in a demolition crew to tear it down. At right, Gomes leads his weeping wife from the Courthouse after losing a legal battle to save his home. It's the first action of its kind ever taken by the City of Toronto. The home is worth about $140,000. Open in full size

End of the road: Relatives help Jose Gomes move his belongings from his house on Argyle St., built in 1975 without a permit, before the city sends in a demolition crew to tear it down. At right, Gomes leads his weeping wife from the Courthouse after losing a legal battle to save his home. It's the first action of its kind ever taken by the City of Toronto. The home is worth about $140,000.

Picture, 1981, English

End of the road: Relatives help Jose Gomes move his belongings from his house on Argyle St., built in 1975 without a permit, before the city sends in a demolition crew to tear it down. At right, Gomes leads his weeping wife from the Courthouse after losing a legal battle to save his home. It's the first action of its kind ever taken by the City of Toronto. The home is worth about $140,000.

Picture, 1981, English

Rights and Licenses

Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Gomes; Jose

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0050689f