Bank of Toronto
Original site of the Bank of Toronto
|Photos||Four dollar bill of the Bank of Toronto with James G. Worts' and William Gooderham's portraits and letter of praise for their service.|
The complaint reads (as best as I can make out): "May 9th this is the first Bill I received bearing the portraits of my worthy old bosses. in keeping with a pair of worthy businessmen who have stood the brunt of over forty years mercantile and other business with integrity and to the great benefit of the community..."
|Bank of Toronto that was at 58 Wellington St in Toronto (now torn down)|
|the Bank of Toronto|
Located at 58 Wellington St E. (or 68 or 70 Church St. depending on the date) at the N.W. corner of Church St, and Wellington and Front St. Sadly, torn down and replaced with a Pizza Pizza.
|Ten dollar bill from Bank of Toronto 1923|
|Bank of Toronto S.W. corner of King and Bay St completed in 1913|
|Bank of Toronto branch in Rossland BC|
|Bank of Upper Canada|
The Bank of Upper Canada was established in 1821 under a Charter granted by the legislature of Upper Canada in 1819 to a group of Kingston merchants. This charter was appropriated by the more influential Executive Councillors to the Lt. Governor, the Rev. John Strachan and William Allan and moved to Toronto.
|Documents||History of the Bank of Toronto building (58 Wellington)|
Article describing the history of the Bank of Toronto building designed by William Kauffman.
|Note Focuses on Toronto's History by John G. Humphris|
Article discussing the bank notes of the Bank of Toronto.
|Gooderham and Wort's director of the Bank of Toronto|
List of names and dates of Gooderhams and Worts who were directors of the Bank of Toronto
|Coat of Arms of the Bank of Toronto|
The Bank of Toronto headquarters that was built at Bay and King had the Coat of Arms of the city of Toronto in the pediment.
|Family Stories||1864 A Run on the Bank of Toronto|
A Story by J.W. L. Forster, a painter who painted William Gooderham Sr and Jr and William George Gooderham. The story is based on a tale told by William Sr as he sat for the portrait.
|1923 William George Gooderham’s Unreadable Signature|
Stories during William George Gooderham's days as President of Bank of Toronto and Canada Permanent Mortgage Corporation
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