1909 Township of York Directory

Title Page Township of York Directory 1909 — before Midway was annexed to Toronto
Norway encompassed the Upper Beaches and the Greenwood Coxwell area as well as the old village of Norway at Kingston Road and Woodbine.

Some of the streets included Applegrove Avenue (now part of Dundas St E), Ashdale, Bellefair, Berkley Ave., Birch Avenue (now Silverbirch Avenue), Burgess, Cassells, Coxwell Ave., DuVernet, Erie Terrace (now Craven Road), Fern Ave., Gerrard Street, Gibson Ave., Hambly Ave, Hiawatha Rd., Hubert, Kenilworth Cres., Kingston Road, Lee Ave., Oak Ave. Reid (now Rhodes Ave.), Waverley  Rd., Wheeler, Woodbine Avenue, etc.

More streets: Alga Ave., Balmy, Elmer, Heyworth Crescent, Maple Ave., Morley Avenue (now Woodfield Rd.), Small (now Eastwood), and the Orchard Park Hotel.
More streets: Herbert, Lawlor Ave., Maclean Ave., Norway Ave., and Victoria Park Ave.
More streets: Lincoln, Wineva
More streets: Amroth, Danforth, Queen, caption
Some of the occupations: carp = carpenter, comp = newspaper compositor; cond = railway conductor, lab = labourer,  trav = traveller, watchmn = watchman
More occupations: pntr= painter, steno = stenographer, trainer = trainer of horses, wks fcy gds = works in a fancy goods store, 


The Kin Wong ad is rather unusual.


Published by Leslieville Historical Society

Welcome to the Leslieville Historical Society's website. Please feel free to join us, to ask questions, to attend walking tours and other events, and to celebrate Leslieville's past while creating our future. Guy Anderson, President, Leslieville Historical Society and Joanne Doucette, local historian and webmaster.

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