301 Byron Street South, February 1962

Brian Winter, Photographer
Media Type:
Item Type:
A black and white photograph of 301 Byron Street South.
This house on the south-east corner of Dunlop and Byron Streets was built in 1874 for Nelson Gilbert Reynolds when he sold Trafalgar Castle to the Methodist Church to become the Ontario Ladies' College. After his death in 1881 it was the house of Reverend Matthew Gold. From 1904 to 1969 it was the home Frederick Hatch, owner of the Buckle Factory, and his descendants. In the 1980s and 1990s it was a restaurant called the Hatch House, and then Sheriff's Manor. It later became a Montessori School. The brick work was covered with stucco in 1973.
Date of Original:
February 1962
Width: 8 in
Height: 10 in
Personal Name(s):
Brian Winter ; Nelson Gilbert Reynolds ; Matthew Gold ; Frederick Hatch
Corporate Name(s):
The Hatch House ; Sheriff's Manor ; Trafalgar Castle ; Ontario Ladies' College
Local identifier:
Whitby Online Historic Photographs
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.8773107532907 Longitude: -78.9422040873718
Copyright Statement:
This item is protected by the Canadian Copyright Act and is intended for one-time use only. Uses other than research or private study require the permission of the rightsholder(s). It is your responsibility for obtaining these permissions.
Copyright Date:
Copyright Holder:
Brian Winter
Recommended Citation:
301 Byron Street South, February 1962, Brian Winter. Whitby Archives 17-097-002.
Reproduction Notes:
Scanned from original photograph
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301 Byron Street South, February 1962

A black and white photograph of 301 Byron Street South.