Fonds 5000 - Frederick G. Todd

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Frederick G. Todd

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CA CAC 5000

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  • 1900-1912 (Creation)
    Todd, Frederick G., 1876-1948

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Frederick G. Todd was born March 11, 1876, in Concord, New Hampshire. He moved to Montreal in 1900, and established practice as a landscape architect. He died February 15, 1948.

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  • English

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F. G. Todd worked with the Maxwells on several projects in Quebec. In many cases, Todd's drawings are included in the Maxwell fonds, including.

[327] Mount Royal Park Lookout, Design (1906)
Montreal, QC, Canada

[74.0] E. S. Clouston House, Additions and Alterations Bois-Briant [Senneville], Canada

"[277.0] J. K. L. Ross House (5/1908-6/1910)
3647 Peel Street, Montreal, QC, Canada":

"[275.2] Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co. Hotel (Manoir Richelieu Hotel)(1/1900-7/1900)
La Malbaie [Murray Bay], QC, Canada": & Ontario Navigation Co&cn=All&pr=All&ct=All&str=&mj=All&mn=All&sta=All

"[570] Saskatchewan Legislative Building([1907-12])
Regina, SK, Canada":

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