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Yonge and St. Clair/Then and Now

The S/W corner. Built in 1862 and originally known as O’Halloran’s Hotel with 12 rooms available. Sold in 1866 to Donald Sellers it then became the Sellars Hotel.

pictures-r-2051 s0372_ss0003_it0006Seen below during street widening in 1923 the southern section of the old hotel has been removed and the entrance as been reconfigured as a  corner store.

YongeandStClair001Below, a view from Yonge looking west. 1911. Note the water pump in front.

f1231_it1118Screen Shot 2013-11-25 at 9.37.06 AMSeen here on this map from 1910 it’s now labelled the Deer Park Hotel.

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