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Old landmark at Bloor and Yonge Sts. will disappear under the wrecker's hammer in January to make way for a 34-storey office-commercial-apartment complex. Scheduled for demolition are two Bank of Commerce branches and a tavern sandwiched between the two banks. Building at the corner was built in 1899. Top three floors were occupied by the Toronto Ladies' Club from 1935 until 1970. Open in full size

Old landmark at Bloor and Yonge Sts. will disappear under the wrecker's hammer in January to make way for a 34-storey office-commercial-apartment complex. Scheduled for demolition are two Bank of Commerce branches and a tavern sandwiched between the two banks. Building at the corner was built in 1899. Top three floors were occupied by the Toronto Ladies' Club from 1935 until 1970.

Picture, 1971, English

Old landmark at Bloor and Yonge Sts. will disappear under the wrecker's hammer in January to make way for a 34-storey office-commercial-apartment complex. Scheduled for demolition are two Bank of Commerce branches and a tavern sandwiched between the two banks. Building at the corner was built in 1899. Top three floors were occupied by the Toronto Ladies' Club from 1935 until 1970.

Picture, 1971, English

Rights and Licenses

Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Canada - Ontario - Toronto - Streets and Intersections - Bloor St

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0115184f