MASSEY COLLEGE, 4 DEVONSHIRE PLACE, IS ONE OF THE CITY’S MOST BEAUTIFUL BUILDINGS

MASSEY COLLEGE, 4 Devonshire Place, is a well-connected and financially endowed institution in downtown TORONTO.  Designed by Canadian architect, RON THOM, and opened in 1963 by Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, the College was conceived by VINCENT MASSEY, 18th Governor-General of Canada, as a “place of dignity, grace, beauty and warmth”. <PHOTOS 1 & 2 by SchwerinG/wikipedia>

The Founding Master (from 1963-1981) was Canadian journalist and author, ROBERTSON DAVIES.

Massey College is a “place of dignity, grace, beauty and warmth”

MASSEY1MASSEY COLLEGE, 4 Devonshire Place, is a well-connected and financially endowed institution in downtown TORONTO.  Designed by Canadian architect, RON THOM, and opened in 1963 by Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, this is one of the University of Toronto’s most beautiful buildings.  <PHOTOS 1 & 2 by SchwerinG/wikipedia>

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Massey College was conceived by VINCENT MASSEY, 18th Governor-General of Canada, as a “place of dignity, grace, beauty and warmth”.

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