http://countercultures.net/design/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/countercultureslogopart3-300x106.png 0 0 Eman Ventolero http://countercultures.net/design/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/countercultureslogopart3-300x106.png Eman Ventolero2014-04-14 18:16:462014-04-14 21:39:31The Chinese in Early 20th Century Toronto: 352 Spadina Avenue
The Chinese in Early 20th Century Toronto: 352 Spadina Avenue
In 1913, 352 Spadina Avenue was part of a string of houses owned by Mary Leadly and Percival Leadly (they owned units 350 to 358)
Two tenants were listed at this address. The first was Louis Wong age 26, who lived on the bottom section of the unit. It was a laundry business in this bottom section, like most real-estates nearby. The number of residents living here including Wong is two. The second tenant was a Frank Tilley age 39, lived on the higher level of the 352 Spadina Ave establishment. The business title given to the tenant is a Collector. The number of residents living on the top section is 6 including Frank. Currently, this location is a Jewellery shop called Minh Chau Jewellery & Watches.