Fonds 47 - Harry Mayerovitch

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Harry Mayerovitch

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The drawing was formerly used as a teaching aid at the School of Architecture of McGill University.

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

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"Architectural Drawing, n.d., 3 drawings." The archive contains an ink on paper drawing of architectural details.

"Dessin architectural, s.d., 1 dessin." Le fonds contient un dessin au trait de détails architecturaux.

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  • English

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A native of Montreal, Harry Mayerovitch (b. 19 10) graduated with a degree in art from McGill University in 1929 and with a degree in architecture in 1933. He has practiced architecture in Montreal as a partner in the firm of Mayerovitch and Bernstein since 1935. In addition to his architectural practice and artistic pursuits, Mayerovitch has also taught at the Université Laval and the School of Architecture of McGill University.

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Né à Montréal en 1910, Harry Mayerovitch a obtenu un diplôme d'art de l'Université McGill en 1929 et un diplôme d'architecture en 1933. Il exerça l'architecture à Montréal en tant qu'associé dans le cabinet Mayerovitch et Bernstein à partir de 1935. Outre sa pratique architecturale et ses intérêts artistiques, Mayerovitch a aussi enseigné à l'Université Laval ainsi qu'à l'École d'architecture de l'Université McGill.

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