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Berczy Park (present location), Front St. E., 1919 (thanks to thecharioteer for sourcing this early image from the City of Toronto Archives)
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The Moose Lodge is certainly an interesting building.
Is it still in existence ?
Do you have a "now" image of that site?
 

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All new and shiny for Pellat
Sorry for the late reply was researching this building - after Pellat moved up to Casa Loma it was also known as the Moose Club

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Since this is a Then and Now thread, here is the "Now". 345 Sherbourne! According to the 1902 Mights Directory Pellatt lived next to the (Methodist) church, then No. 349.

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Dome for the David Dunlap Observatory 1932, UofT Archives
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The dome was constructed in Darlington, England, by the Cleveland Bridge & Engineering Co. Ltd. It was then taken apart, shipped to Canada, and reassembled on its site in Richmond Hill.The dome was constructed in Darlington, England, by the Cleveland Bridge & Engineering Co. Ltd. It was then taken apart, shipped to Canada, and reassembled on its site in Richmond Hill.

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