Category:Bonner Worth Mill Administration Building

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English: Situated on the north side of McDonnel Street to the northwest of Peterborough’s downtown core, the Bonner Worth Mill Administration building is two-storey brick structure with Classical details. It is flanked on the east and west by the original factory buildings. The Bonner Worth Mill Administration Building has been recognized for its heritage value by the City of Peterborough, By-law # 05-195. The Bonner Worth Mill properties were the site of one of the Peterborough strike of 1937, which resulted in an inquest into wages and working conditions, leading to minimum wages for men and women in the textile industries.