Verniers Ginger Ale painted on wall over a tobacco ad, then by 1972 painted with a Coca Cola ad.Some discussion of the intersection of Dundas and Chestnut in the 80s thread.
I remembered the gas station on one corner, but couldn't find a photo for it in that decade.
So.....here's what I did find.
Dundas-Chestnut, south-east corner in May 1938:
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Source Wikimedia: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:South_east_corner_of_Dundas_and_Chestnut_Streets.jpg
Originates w/Toronto Archives: Series 372, Subseries 33, Item 368.
Now, the same site, still with a gas station, in 1972:
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Source: Toronto Archives: Fonds 2032, Series 841, File 1, Item 10
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Vernor's still exists, but isn't exactly common in these parts. Apparently decent market presence in Michigan (the company was founded in Detroit, and currently bottles/cans for the U.S. in Holland, Mich.)Verniers Ginger Ale painted on wall over a tobacco ad, then by 1972 painted with a Coca Cola ad.