The July 26 1930 edition of the Toronto Daily Star contained this photo of a man who had just moved to Toronto to take over the Christie-Brown Company:
Mr. Bordley’s address was not included, unlike those of the two women whose photos also appeared in this page (see the two previous posts in this blog for details). However, the Toronto city directories soon ferreted that out: Mr. Bordley does not appear in the 1930 directory, but he does appear in the 1931 through 1933 directories, and is listed as living in an apartment at 1 Clarendon Avenue. He didn’t stay in Toronto all that long, though – he’s not in the 1934 directory. Perhaps he had done what he had come to do.