Rolltop desk. Campbell House, Toronto. Photo credits: Mary Lynn Muir, via Flickr.

Rolltop desk. Campbell House, Toronto. Photo credits: Mary Lynn Muir, via Flickr.

Campbell House (1822), Toronto. Photo credits: Philip Edmondson.

This place has the distinction of being one of the oldest buildings that survives from the time when Toronto was orginally called York.

Campbell House (1822), Toronto. Photo credits: Kiril Strax, via Flickr.

Campbell House (1822), Toronto. Photo credits: Kiril Strax, via Flickr.

Campbell House (1822), Toronto. Photo credits: Kiril Strax, via Flickr.

Campbell House (1822), Toronto. Photo credits: Kiril Strax, via Flickr.

Campbell House (1822), Toronto. Photo credits: Overwater Photography, via Flickr.

Campbell House (1822), Toronto. Photo credits: Overwater Photography, via Flickr.

Campbell House (1822), Toronto. Photo credits: Jonathan Kates, via Flickr.

Campbell House (1822), Toronto. Photo credits: Jonathan Kates, via Flickr.

Campbell House (1822), Toronto. Photo credits: Jonathan Kates, via Flickr.

Campbell House (1822), Toronto. Photo credits: Jonathan Kates, via Flickr.

Campbell House (1822), Toronto. Photo credits: Jonathan Kates, via Flickr.

Campbell House (1822), Toronto. Photo credits: Jonathan Kates, via Flickr.

Campbell House (1822), Toronto. Photo credits: Jonathan Kates, via Flickr.

Campbell House (1822), Toronto. Photo credits: Jonathan Kates, via Flickr.

Campbell House (1822), Toronto. Photo credits: Jonathan Kates, via Flickr.

Campbell House (1822), Toronto. Photo credits: Jonathan Kates, via Flickr.

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