Woodbine Gardens Neighbourhood
The Woodbine Gardens neighbourhood is located on the former site of the Woodbine Golf and Country Club which operated at this location during the 1930s. The Woodbine clubhouse was situated where Glenwood Crescent is today.
In 1932 the Woodbine Bridge was built across the Don Valley Ravine at a cost of two hundred and seventy-five thousand dollars. This bridge paved the way for the future development of Woodbine Gardens. The first house built in this neighbourhood was the Mary Pickford Bungalow situated at 90 Glenwood Crescent. This house was built in 1943 to raise money for the Canadian war effort. A raffle was held for the Pickford bungalow with tickets selling for only $1.00 a share. Mary Pickford, the Toronto-born Hollywood screen star, donated her time and money to this patriotic cause.
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