Historic photos from around Dovercourt Park, Toronto

There are a wonderful set of Toronto historic photos available online, here are all the photos that I could find from around the Dovercourt Park area in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

List of all areas in Toronto or take a look at the historic photos by date. A subset of the photos have also been arranged by subject.

1895 Historic photo from 1895 - Salvation Army Barracks with tower and peaked window in Dovercourt ParkSalvation Army Barracks with tower and peaked window
122 years ago - 1895 - Dovercourt Park at 48 Northumberland Street (approx.) between Dovercourt Road and Delaware Ave.
Link to archive record - Map location (From the Toronto Public Library)
1920 Historic photo from 1920 - A Field and Company furniture store - returned veterans from Vimy Ridge in Dovercourt ParkA Field and Company furniture store - returned veterans from Vimy Ridge
97 years ago - 1920 - Dovercourt Park at 953 Dovercourt Road between Shanly street and Hallam Street
Link to archive record - Map location (From the Toronto Public Library)
1926 Historic photo from Monday, December 13, 1926 - Little bungalow with backyard gate, next to two story row house in Dovercourt ParkLittle bungalow with backyard gate, next to two story row house
91 years ago - Monday, December 13, 1926 - Dovercourt Park at 87 Westmoreland Ave. between Northumberland Street and Shanly Street
Max temp: 6.1°C - Min temp: 1.7°C (weather details)
Link to archive record - Map location (From the Toronto Public Library)
1953 Historic photo from 1953 - Pete's Meat Market - with horse head between windows (currently the Black Horse Restaurant and Bar) in Dovercourt ParkPete's Meat Market - with horse head between windows (currently the Black Horse Restaurant and Bar)
64 years ago - 1953 - Dovercourt Park at 928 Bloor Street West north side between Concord Ave. and Delaware Ave.
Link to archive record - Map location (From the Toronto Public Library)
1954 Historic photo from Sunday, August 15, 1954 - Fire Hall on the west side Ossington just north of Bloor - torn down for the TTC subway entrance in Dovercourt ParkFire Hall on the west side Ossington just north of Bloor - torn down for the TTC subway entrance
63 years ago - Sunday, August 15, 1954 - Dovercourt Park at 746 Ossington Ave north of Bloor Street West
Link to archive record - Map location (From the Toronto Public Library)