Windsor

Mandarin Gardens

1928 newspaper ad for the Mandarin Gardens on Ouellette Ave.

The Mandarin was located on Ouellette across the street from the Palace.

Another view, this one from higher up, looking north on Ouellette, the top of the Mandarin Gardens sign is visible here.

I have no listing for them in the 1923 directory, so it must have been later in the 1920’s when it came along. There is no listing in the directory for a Joseph Gan either.

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