May 30, 2012

SS25 Dundas St, London

229 Dundas Street, the London Mechanics Institute Building, a four storey white, brick library building was constructed in 1876. [] This impressive landmark in the downtown area was constructed in 1876 under a design prepared by Thomas Tracy of the London architecture firm of Robinson, Tracy and Fairbairne. Despite this worthwhile goal, the objectives of the London Mechanics Institute were not realized and it eventually faded out of existence and its educational functions were taken on by the public library system. Image size is 4" x 3".

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