Fonds 42 - Cardwell Ross Anderson

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Cardwell Ross Anderson

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CA CAC 42

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  • 1963-1968 (Creation)
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    Anderson, Cardwell Ross

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(1927-)

Biographical history

Cardwell Ross Anderson was born in Toronto in 1927. He received his undergraduate and graduate degrees in architecture from the University of Toronto in 1952 and 1956. From 1956 to 1963 he practiced architecture in Toronto and the United States. From 1958 to 1961 he taught at the University of Kansas. From 1963 to 1972 he taught at the School of Architecture, Laval University. He was very interested in the preservation of architecture and thus was involved as Coordinating Restoration Architect from 1971-74 at the Acadian Village and in 1971 at King's Landing, both in New Brunswick. From 1975-91 he was Senior Restoration Architect for Canada Parcs Services, Environment Canada.

Cardwell Ross Anderson est né à Toronto en 1927. En 1952, il obtient son B.Sc. (Arch.) de l'Université de Toronto et en 1956, sa maîtrise en architecture de la même université. De 1956 à 1963, il exerce sa profession d'architecte à Toronto et aux États-Unis. De 1958 à 1961, il enseigne à l'Université du Kansas. De 1963 à 1972, il a enseigné à l'Ecole d'architecture de l'Université Laval. Il s'est beaucoup intéressé à la conservation du patrimoine architectural. C'est ainsi que, de 1971 à 1974, il travailla au Village acadien et à King's Landing au Nouveau-Brunswick en tant qu'architecte-coordonnateur de restauration. De 1975 à 1991, il fut architecte principal de restauration aux Services des parcs canadiens, Environnement Canada.

Custodial history

Anderson gave copies of measured drawings made by his students at the Université Laval and copies of his sketches for windmill machinery to the CAC.

Anderson a remis à la CAC des copies des relevés réalisés par ses étudiants de l'école d'architecture de l'Université Laval ainsi que des copies de ses esquisses de machinerie de moulin à vent.

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"Architectural Drawings, 1963-8, 237 drawings." Measured drawings of historic architecture by students of Anderson are found in the archive. Also included are drawings of windmill machinery. The drawings have been accessioned but they have not been described.
"Photographs, 1964-7, 46 photographs." Included are photographs of windmills and miscellaneous negatives of measured drawings of historic architecture by Laval students. (see Anderson & Students 42.01) The photographs have been accessioned but they have not been described.

"Dessins architecturaux, 1963-1968, 237 dessins." Relevés d'architecture historique réalisés par les étudiants d'Anderson. Le fonds comprend également des dessins de machinerie de moulin à vent. Les dessins ont été dépouillés mais n'ont pas encore été décrits.
"Photographies, 1964-1967, 46 photos." Notamment des photos de moulins à vent et des négatifs divers de relevés d'architecture historique faits par des étudiants de l'Université Laval. Les photos ont été dépouillées mais n'ont pas encore été décrites.

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57

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