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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: JESUIT SEMINARY (Toronto) Striking curved wall of gold mosaic tile will accent attached chapel of Jesuit Fathers' seminary nearing completion at Bayview and Steeles Aves. The $1,850,000 school designed by Peter Dickinosn Associates will be the order's largest in Canada, replacing present seminary on Wellington St. W. Upper floors are residential, first and second floors will accommodate calssrooms library, infirmary, common rooms and offices The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: JESUIT SEMINARY (Toronto) Striking curved wall of gold mosaic tile will accent attached chapel of Jesuit Fathers' seminary nearing completion at Bayview and Steeles Aves. The $1,850,000 school designed by Peter Dickinosn Associates will be the order's largest in Canada, replacing present seminary on Wellington St. W. Upper floors are residential, first and second floors will accommodate calssrooms library, infirmary, common rooms and officesJune 7, 1960,John Boyd transparent
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June 7, 1960
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JESUIT SEMINARY (Toronto) Striking curved wall of gold mosaic tile will accent attached chapel of Jesuit Fathers' seminary nearing completion at Bayview and Steeles Aves. The $1,850,000 school designed by Peter Dickinosn Associates will be the order's largest in Canada, replacing present seminary on Wellington St. W. Upper floors are residential, first and second floors will accommodate calssrooms library, infirmary, common rooms and offices
John Boyd / The Globe and Mail
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