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Elizabeth White House 1896
Photos and transcription by contributor Wayne Adam - Posted August, 2016
At 82 Lowther Avenue, on the north side between St. George Street and Huron Street, can be seen this 2016 Heritage Toronto plaque. Here's what it says:
Architect Frederick Henry Herbert built this house for Elizabeth White in the Queen Anne Revival style. Later a women's residence, its restoration won Heritage Toronto's 2010 William Greer Conservation and Craftsmanship Award.
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