Saturday, May 27, 1882
The Toronto Evening Telegram, May 27, 1882
The Toronto Mail, May 28, 1882
Among others, both newspapers reported Wilde's lecture, his appearance, and his activities.
Quoted in Oscar Wilde Discovers America (1882), Lewis & Smith, 1936
The Toronto Globe, May 26, 1882
Announced after Wilde's first lecture in Toronto that he would speak again next Saturday afternoon... and:
"if it is as well packed as was the Grand Opera House last night it will assuredly be a house beautiful..."
Between Carlton and Gerrard Streets, Toronto, ON (now Allan Gardens Conservatory, 19 Horticultural Ave.)
NE corner of Front and York Streets, Toronto, ON (now 100 Front Street West)
The Horticultural Pavilion in the 1880s