Fonds 37 - Harold Robert Little

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Harold Robert Little

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  • 1919 (Creation)
    Little, Harold Robert, 1887-1948

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This material was formerly used as a teaching aid at the McGill University School of Architecture.

Le matériel servait antérieurement d'outil pédagogique à l'École d'architecture de l'Université McGill.

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"Architectural Drawing, 1919, 1 drawing." Included is a watercolour drawing of a stone figure from Mont St. Michel in France.

"Dessin architectural, 1919, 1 dessin." Aquarelle d'une sculpture de pierre située au Mont-Saint-Michel (France).

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Born in London, ON, Harold Robert Little (1887-1948) was educated at the McGill University School of Architecture where he received a degree in architectural engineering in 1910. As an architect he supervised large-scale construction work in Calgary and later worked for the Merchants Bank of Canada. In Montreal he practiced privately and in partnership with Harold Lawson (1885-1969). Lawson and Little designed a number of branches of the Bank of Montreal. Little also taught in the School of Architecture at McGill University.

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Né à London (Ontario), Harold Robert Little (1887-1948) a reçu sa formation à l'École d'architecture de l'Université McGill où il a obtenu un diplôme de génie architectural en 1910. À titre d'architecte, il a supervisé d'importants travaux de construction à Calgary puis a travaillé pour la Merchants Bank of Canada. À Montréal, il a exercé l'architecture de façon indépendante et en association avec Harold Lawson (1885-1969). Lawson et Little ont dessiné plusieurs des succursales de la Banque de Montréal. Little a aussi enseigné à l'École d'architecture de l'Université McGill.

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