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363-365 Adelaide St. East 1842
Photo and transcription by contributor Wayne Adam - Posted January, 2012
Photo from Google Street View ©2013 Google - Posted October, 2013
Photo by contributor Wayne Adam - Posted January, 2012
Attached to this building on the southeast corner of Adelaide Street East and Sherbourne Street is this 2011 Heritage Toronto plaque. Here's what it says:
These two attached houses are rare examples of Georgian-style residences that used to be common in Toronto. They were built for Paul Bishop, a blacksmith and landlord whose shop stood across the street.
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