The Wrigley Factory: Carlaw Avenue

Palmolive site with Wrigley Bldg & Rolph Clark Stone background. Aug. 2, 1917. Library and Archives Canada.
North Wrigley Building, Dec. 5, 1916. Library and Archives Canada.
South Wrigley Building. No date. Probably spring, 1916. Library and Archives Canada.
Goad’s Atlas, 1923. Dundas Street was not built through the East End until the mid-1950s.

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2 thoughts on “The Wrigley Factory: Carlaw Avenue

  1. Hi Joanne, Is this the property one of my Russell ancestors loss to the city of Toronto for not paying his taxes?

    Steve

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