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Eaton's Art Deco Ninth Floor Restaurant, Montreal Quebec Montreal, Montreal Ville, Quebec City, Rue Sainte Catherine, Good Old Times, Canada, Art Deco Era, Commercial Interiors, Retro Design

Le Magnifique Restaurant du 9e à Montréal

Blogue dédié aux découvertes, aux regards, aux réflexions, aux observations, aux voyages, à l'actualité artistique, etc.

lost toronto: Eaton's College Store/The Carlu Eaton College, College Store, Yonge Street, Interior Columns, New York Architecture, Parks Canada, Art Deco Buildings, Department Store

Ellis Wiley's Toronto photographs

Chances are you've seen an Ellis Wiley photograph before. In numerous historical posts about Toronto in the second half of the 20th century on this...

The Carlu Deco Interiors, Art Deco Posters, Art Deco Era, Geometric Shapes, Art Work, College, Ceiling Lights, Adventure, Architecture

Adventures in YYZ: The Carlu

The 10th annual Doors Open Toronto ran this past weekend, but I was only able to go out on Sunday. I missed the TTC-related sites, but was a...

Historical Designs / Utopias / Monuments - Never built - SkyscraperCity Eatons - College Park, TORONTO New Classical Architecture, Architecture Memes, Renaissance Architecture, Classic Architecture, Architecture Drawings, Historical Architecture, Architecture Design, Concept Architecture, Art Deco Buildings

Eaton's College St. - originally designed to be 36-storeys but was scaled back due to the effects of the Great Depression to 7 floors. #Carlu

Eaton Auditorium opened Mar 26, 1931 with a recital by soprano Florence Austral and flutist John Amadio, with Ernest MacMillan on organ. Other performances throughout the years by leading artists of the day -  Duke Ellington, Billie Holiday, Frank Sinatra - to name a few.  Also home to many early productions of the Canadian Opera Company and National Ballet of Canada and most notably, famed Canadian pianist Glen Gould made his recital debut on Dec 12, 1945 for the Casavant Society Organ… Eaton College, Glen Gould, Duke Ellington, Billie Holiday, Auditorium, Concert Hall, Recital, Florence, Opera

Eaton Auditorium opened Mar 26, 1931 with a recital by soprano Florence Austral and flutist John Amadio, with Ernest MacMillan on organ. Other performances throughout the years by leading artists of the day - Duke Ellington, Billie Holiday, Frank Sinatra - to name a few. Also home to many early productions of the Canadian Opera Company and National Ballet of Canada and most notably, famed Canadian pianist Glen Gould made his recital debut on Dec 12, 1945 for the Casavant Society Organ…