- Jun 17, 2009
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It would have to be after 1887-88, the year that the arched-window Army Navy store had its facade modified by Langley & Burke.I think this might be 1861 when the closed and open horse cars began running in Toronto. The street directory for 1861 shows J.H. Rogers hatter and furrier on the corner and McCrossen hatter and furrier next door at 111. But 1861 is the year my great-great-grandfather moved his business from 111 King E to 86 Yonge St. (Frederick Clarke, boots, shoes and trunks).