Today I have more from the Algerian embassy. The carriage house on the property suits the place well; J.R. Booth obviously went all out on building this place for his daughter back in the day. Timber on the inside would have come from his timber stands in Algonquin Park. You can view images from Booth's home here.
Inside the Carriage House were displays of art, table settings, and books and information about Algeria, along with one of the embassy staff, who I chatted with while slides of the country were being projected onto a nearby screen.
This is the view of the back of the main house.
On my way out, this window set in that wood frame really caught my eye.