http://countercultures.net/design/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/countercultureslogopart3-300x106.png 0 0 Ramsey Badrieh http://countercultures.net/design/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/countercultureslogopart3-300x106.png Ramsey Badrieh2014-04-14 17:33:282014-04-14 21:45:14The Chinese in Early 20th Century Toronto: 225 Church Street
The Chinese in Early 20th Century Toronto: 225 Church Street
Around the turn of the century, 225 Church Street around Church and Wilton (Dundas was formerly known as Wilton) was a laundry owned by a man named Long Fung. The laundry was made of wood and and existed on the east side of the street. Today, 225 Church Street is the Sabai Sabai Kitchen and Bar, a Thai restaurant.
Fonds 200, Series 372, Subseries 58, Item 28