File 518 - Alteration to St. George's Church

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Alteration to St. George's Church

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CA CAC 1-4-518

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  • 1947 (Creation)
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    Nobbs and Valentine

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(1944-1950)

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Nobbs, and Valentine formed a partnership in 1944 after the death of Nobbs' long-time partner, George Taylor Hyde (1879-1944). The partnership lasted until 1950 when Valentine rejoined the Bell Telephone Company as chief architect. For a biography of Nobbs see the entry for CAC 1, for a biography of Valentine see the entry for CAC 5.

For further information see the CAC's publication, Percy Erskine Nobbs and His Associates: A Guide to the Archive =Percy Erskine Nobbs et ses associés: Guide du fonds. Montreal: Canadian Architecture Collection, Blackader-Lauterman Library of Architecture and Art, McGill University, 1986. Also see Susan Wagg. Percy Erskine Nobbs : Architecte, Artiste, Artisan = Percy Erskine Nobbs: Architect, Artist, Craftsman. Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1982.

Nobbs et Valentine se sont associés en 1944 après le décès de George Taylor Hyde (1879-1944), associé de longue date de Nobbs. Cette association s'est maintenue jusqu'en 1950, année où Valentine est retourné au service de la société Bell à titre de premier architecte. Pour une biographie de Nobbs, voir l'article CAC 1 et pour une biographie de Valentine, voir l'article CAC 5.
Pour plus de renseignements, voir la publication de la CAC intitulée Percy Erskine Nobbs and Ris Associates: A Guide to the Archive = Percy Erskine Nobbs et ses associés: Guide du fonds, Montréal : Collection d'architecture canadienne, Bibliothèque Blackader-Lauterman d'architecture et d'art, Université McGill, 1986. Voir aussi Susan Wagg. Percy Erskine Nobbs : Architecte, Artiste, Artisan = Percy Erskine Nobbs: Architect, Artist, Craftsman. Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1982.

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File consists of folder of correspondence regarding church.

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Tentative operation number was written in pencil on one letter.

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In April 1947, Nobbs and Valentine, as requested by Reverend N.D. Pilcher, Rector of St. George’s Church, submitted plans and sections showing the existing fabric, and remarks on the state of the fabric, required operations, alterations and costs. In a letter dated May of the same year the rector replied that the church was overcome by the magnitude of the work suggested and that nothing very much was likely to be done at the time (N.D. Pilcher, Drummondville, to Percy Nobbs, Montreal, 27 May 1947, John Bland Canadian Architecture Collection, McGill University, Montreal).

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519

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[718]

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