The Dejeuner at Upper Canada College
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When King’s College was completed, the university continued to hold classes in the vacant Parliament buildings. Young’s structured housed a studendt residence for three years before the government appropriated it for an overflow lunatic asylum. This 1886 photo shows King’s College on the eve of its demolition to accommodate construction of the current Provincial Legislature buildings in Queen’s Park.