Fonds 4.03 - Archibald and Illsley

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Archibald and Illsley

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CA CAC 4.03

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  • 1941 (Creation)
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    Archibald & Illsley

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(1937-)

Administrative history

After the death of John Smith Archibald (1872-1934), the practice was continued by his eldest son, Ian Thurston Archibald (1903-71), Hugh P. Illsley (1896-1992) and John A. Currie. In 1937 the firm's name was changed to Archibald & Illsley.

For further information, see the CAC's publication, John S. Archibald and His Associates: A Guide to the Archive =John S. Archibald et ses associés: Guide du fonds. Montreal: Canadian Architecture Collection, Blackader-Lauterman Library of Architecture and Art, McGill University, 1990. Also see Irene Puchalski. An Analysis of Four Building Types by John S. Archibald, Architect (1872-1934). M.A. Thesis. Montreal: Concordia University, 1991.

Après le décès de John Smith Archibald (1872-1934), son fils aîné lan Thurston Archibald (1903-1971) s'est associé à Hugh Percival Illsley (1896-1992) afin de poursuivre la pratique avec Hugh Percival Illsley (né en 1896) et John A. Currie. En 1937, le cabinet d'architectes prit le nom de Archibald & Illsley.

Pour plus de renseignements, veuillez consulter la publication de la CAC intitulée John S. Archibald and His Associates: A Guide to the Archive = John S. Archibald et ses associés: Guide du fonds, Montréal : Collection d'architecture canadienne, Bibliothèque Blackader-Lauterman d'architecture et d'art, Université McGill, 1990. Voir aussi Irene Puchalski. An Analysis of Four Building Types by John S. Archibald, Architect (1872-1934). Thèse de maîtrise. Montréal: Université Concordia, 1991

Custodial history

Hugh Percival Illsley gave the archive to the CAC circa 1976.

Le matériel a été remis à la CAC par Hugh Percival Illsley en 1976.

Scope and content

"Architectural Drawing, 1941, 1 drawing." This drawing contains a detail of a plan and an elevation for alterations and additions to the Windsor Hotel in Montreal.

"Dessin architectural, 1941, 1 dessin." Ce dessin représente le détail d'un plan et d'une élévation d'un projet de modifications et d'annexe à l'hôtel Windsor de Montréal.

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42

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