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Category:Toronto Street Post Office

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National Historic Site of Canada

English: Built in 1853, the Toronto Street Post Office was the seventh post office built in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It served as a post office until 1873, a government office until 1937, and subsequently an office building. For years, it was well known as the headquarters of Conrad Black's Argus Corporation, and it was at this building that Black was videotaped removing boxes of documents from the office.
Toronto Street Post Office 
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Instance of post office
Location Toronto, Canada
Located at street address
  • 10 Toronto Street
Architectural style
  • Greek Revival architecture
Heritage designation
  • national historic site of Canada (Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada, 3 November 1958)
  • designated heritage property (part IV) (Toronto, 14 February 2006)
Authority control

43° 39′ 00″ N, 79° 22′ 35.04″ W

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Media in category "Toronto Street Post Office"

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