File RG 946.02.11.03 - George William Allan mansion

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George William Allan mansion

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RG 946.02.11.03

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  • 1988-04-27 (Creation)

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1 photograph : col. print ; 12 x 17 cm
1 letter and envelope

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File contains a photograph of an architectural rendering of George William Allan's home which would later be the first Wellesley Hospital. Accompanying the photograph is a letter from Wellesley Hospital School of Nursing class of 1932 graduate Beatrice Roberts Warmski who mailed the photograph to the Archives.

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Housed at the Archives of Ontario C 11 J. C. B. & E. C. Horwood Collection. Drawing found in either C 11-85 Cumberland and Storm's architectural drawings of the George W. Allan mansion in Toronto, Ontario or C 11-499 Henry Bowyer Lane project records for George W. Allan house in Toronto.

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