Fonds 11.04 - Bolton, Chadwick, Ellwood and Aimers

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Bolton, Chadwick, Ellwood and Aimers

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CA CAC 11.04

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After the retirement of Alexander Tilloch Galt Durnford (1898-1973) in 1964, the Montreal architectural firm of Durnford, Bolton, Chadwick and Ellwood became the firm of Bolton (b.1907), Chadwick (b. 1916), Ellwood (b. 1925) and Aimers (b. 1916). The firm was comprised of the architects Richard E. Bolton, R. V. Chadwick, Michael Ellwood and Jeffrey J.-F. Aimers.

Après qu'Alexander Tilloch Galt Durnford (1898-1973) eut pris sa retraite en 1964, le cabinet d'architectes montréalais Durnford, Bolton, Chadwick et Ellwood devint Bolton, Chadwick, Ellwood et Aimers. S'y retrouvaient les architectes Richard E. Bolton (né en 1907, voir CAC 11.02), R. V. Chadwick (né en 1916, voir CAC 11.02), Michael G.C. Ellwood (né en 1925, voir CAC 11.03) et Jeffrey J.-F. Aimers.

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Michael Ellwood gave the materials to the CAC.

Le matériel a été remis à la CAC par Michael Ellwood.

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"Architectural Drawings, 1964-7, 19 drawings." Drawings for alterations to the Canadian Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals building on Rue Jean Talon in Montreal and to the Ross house on St. Sulpice Road in Westmount, as well as drawings of the design of the Manoir Comeau in Baie Comeau, PQ, are found in the archive.
"Papers, 1964, 5 cm." The collection includes correspondence and invoices relating to the design and construction of alterations to the house of J. K. M. Ross on St. Sulpice Street in Westmount.

"Dessins architecturaux, 1964-1967, 19 dessins." Dessins d'un projet de modifications à l'immeuble de la SPCA rue Jean-Talon à Montréal et à la maison Ross, chemin Saint-Sulpice, à Westmount ainsi que des dessins du Manoir Comeau de Baie-Comeau (Québec).
"Documents, 1964, 5 cm." La correspondance et les factures rattachées au projet de modifications à la maison de J. K. M. Ross, chemin Saint-Sulpice à Westmount.

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