FOREGROUND – A CONDOMINIUM GOING UP . . . . BACKGROUND – YORKVILLE’S PUBLIC LIBRARY.

The Yorkville Public Library Branch, a classical building with pediment on the right in the Background, opened in 1907 as a philanthropic venture of Andrew Carnegie and is one of the hundreds of Carnegie libraries built across North America in the early part of the century. The Yorkville branch is the oldest library in Toronto and an official Heritage Site. <PHOTO BY ROSS WINTER>

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