Fonds 10.02 - Brown, MacVicar and Heriot

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Brown, MacVicar and Heriot

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CA CAC 10.02

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  • 1896 (Creation)
    Brown, MacVicar and Heriot

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Donald Norman MacVicar (1869-1929) and John Charles Allison Heriot (1862-1921) practised architecture together in Montreal. Heriot was born in Montreal and studied at Cornell University. Initially he practised in the state of New York, returning to Montreal in 1893, at which time he formed a partnership with Alexander F. Dunlop. Later he became the partner of MacVicar.

Donald Norman MacVicar (1869-1929) et John Charles Allison Heriot (1862-1921) ont exercé l'architecture ensemble à Montréal. Heriot est né à Montréal et a étudié à l'Université Cornell. Il a d'abord pratiqué dans l'État de New York puis est revenu à Montréal en 1893 et s'est alors associé à Alexander F. Dunlop. Plus tard, il est devenu l'associé de MacVicar.

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The drawings were given to the CAC by Marjorie Stewart.

Marjorie Stewart a remis les dessins à la CAC.

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"Architectural Drawings, 1896, 11 drawings." Plans, elevations and sections document the design for a house for William Robb on Mountain Street in Montreal.
"Dessins architecturaux, 1896, 11 dessins." Des plans, des élévations et des coupes témoignent du projet de construction d'une maison pour William Robb, rue de la Montagne à Montréal.

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  • English

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