Fonds 11.05 - Bolton, Ellwood and Aimers

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Bolton, Ellwood and Aimers

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CA CAC 11.05

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(1964-1969)

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After the departure of R.V. Chadwick (b. 1916) in 1964, the firm of Bolton, Chadwick, Ellwood and Aimers became Bolton, Ellwood and Aimers and continued as such until 1969 when Bolton retired. The firm consisted of Richard E. Bolton (b.1907), Michael Ellwood (b.1925) and Jeffrey J.F. Aimers (b. 1916). During those years the firm continued some of the projects which were initiated by the firm of Bolton, Chadwick, Ellwood and Aimers (CAC 11.04).

Après le départ en 1964 de R.V. Chadwick (né en 1916), le cabinet d'architectes Bolton, Chadwick, Ellwood et Aimers continua sous le nom de Bolton, Ellwood et Aimers jusqu'au départ de Bolton en 1969. Il était formé des architectes Richard E. Bolton (né en 1909), Michael Ellwood (né en 1925) et Jeffrey J.-F. Aimers (né en 1916). Ces derniers ont mené à terme certains des projets qui avaient été amorcés par le cabinet de Bolton, Chadwick, Ellwood et Aimers (CAC 11.04).

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Michael Ellwood gave the materials to the CAC.

Les documents ont été remis à la CAC par Michael Ellwood.

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"Professional Papers, 1964-7, 3 cm." Correspondence, specifications, notes and clippings relating to the design of the Manoir Comeau in Baie Comeau, PQ (1966-7) and alterations to the Canadian Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in Montreal (1964-5), comprise the archive's holdings of this architectural firm.

"Documents professionnels, 1964-1967, 3 cm." De la correspondance, des cahiers des charges, des notes et des coupures de presse se rapportant aux projets du Manoir Comeau à Baie-Comeau (Québec) (1966-1967) et des modifications à l'immeuble de la SPCA à Montréal (1964-1965).

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8

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