File 239 - Addition to House of Dr. W.L. McDougald

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Addition to House of Dr. W.L. McDougald

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CA CAC 1-3-239

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  • June 1922-October 1922 (Creation)

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28 drawings: 5 ink on linen; 21 pencil on paper; 2 blueprints
5 photographs

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(1910-1944)

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Urban house (addition: service connection between house and garage); stone.
9 working drawings: floor plans, roof plan, elevations, section
19 detail drawings: stonework (including arch, figure brackets), windows, doors, frames, sun dial, staircase, woodwork (including balusters, cornice), eaves, porch
5 photographs: 5 finished exteriors

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“Towers have played a traditional part in entrances throughout the ages. This connecting bridge and tower effect, linking the garage to the residence as shown in a Westmount, Quebec, home, reflects that rational historic atmosphere. The treatment appeals to the layman’s sense of the appropriate, which is perhaps one of the first assets of domestic architecture.” --“An Unique Link Between House and Garage, ” Canadian Homes and Gardens 4 --(January 1927) : 41. --

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240

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238

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