Fonds 11.01 - Fetherstonhaugh and Durnford

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Fetherstonhaugh and Durnford

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CA CAC 11.01

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  • 1934-1940 (Creation)
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    Fetherstonhaugh and Durnford

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(1934-)

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The materials were given to the CAC by Lucy Durnford Lewis.

Le matériel a été remis à la CAC par Lucy Durnford Lewis.

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"Architectural Drawings, 1934-40, 109 drawings." The thirteen projects documented by drawings include a house for T. Ross in Montreal, the Penguin Ski Club in St. Sauveur, PQ, a White Circle Market store on Decarie Blvd. in Montreal and a barn for A. D. Durnford in Nantel, PQ.
"Photographs, 1934-8, 18 photographs." Photographs of finished interiors and exteriors for ten projects, including the Ross house in Montreal, the Sir Arthur Currie Memorial Cross in Mount Royal Cemetery and Douglas Hall men's residence at McGill University, are found in the archive.
"Professional Papers, 1934-7, 8 cm." Correspondence, notes, specifications, clippings and contracts relating to the Penguin Ski Club, the Ross house, the Sir Arthur Currie Memorial Cross and three other projects are included in the archive.

"Dessins architecturaux, 1934-1940, 190 dessins." Les treize projets documentés par des dessins comprennent notamment la maison de T. Ross à Montréal, le Club de ski Penguin de Saint-Sauveur (Québec), un marché White Circle sur le boulevard Décarie à Montréal et une étable pour A. D. Durnford à Nantel (Québec).
"Photographies, 1934-1938, 18 photos." Photographies des finitions intérieure et extérieure de dix projets, notamment la maison Ross à Montréal, le monument à la mémoire de Sir Arthur Currie au cimetière du Mont-Royal et la résidence Douglas des étudiants de l'Université McGill.
"Documents professionnels, 1934-1937, 8 cm." De la correspondance, des notes, des cahiers des charges, des coupures de presse et des contrats se rapportant aux projets du Club de ski Penguin, à la maison Ross, au monument de Sir Arthur Currie et à trois autres projets.

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  • English

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Associated materials

Alexander Tilloch Galt Durnford, CAC 11;
Fetherstonhaugh, Durnford, Bolton and Chadwick, CAC 11.02;
Durnford, Bolton, Chadwick and Ellwood, CAC 11.03;
Bolton, Chadwick, Ellwood and Aimers, CAC 11.04;
Bolton, Ellwood and Aimers, CAC 11.05;
Harold Lea Fetherstonhaugh, CAC 17

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General note

In 1934 Alexander Tilloch Galt Durnford (1898-1973) merged his architectural practice with that of Harold Lea Fetherstonhaugh (1889-1973). For a biography of Durnford see CAC I I and for a biography of Fetherstonhaugh see CAC 17.

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En 1934, Alexander Tilloch Galt Durnford (1898-1973) a fusionné son cabinet avec celui de Harold Lea Fetherstonhaugh (1889-1973). Pour une biographie de Durnford, voir CAC 11 et pour une biographie de Fetherstonhaugh, voir CAC 17.

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5

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