Talk:Pearson and Darling

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Darling and Pearson[edit]

Reference sources suggest the firm was named Darling and Pearson rather than Pearson and Darling. A photo in the Photographs of Canadian Art collection in the Special Collections of the Art Gallery of Ontario Library and Archives is stamped "Darling & Pearson, Toronto, Nov. 6, 1931." —Torontonian1 (talk) 22:18, 30 April 2013 (UTC)