95 Bellevue
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95 Bellevue was home to Dr. Henry Thomas Machell, a leading obstetrician and one of the founders of the Hospital for Sick Children. Between 1920-1940, the Salvation Army ran this building as a rehabilitation house for women. Since WWII, it has been a childcare centre, now run by the City of Toronto. It has the distinction of being the first public day nursery.