File 100 - House for Dr. J.L. Todd

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House for Dr. J.L. Todd

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CA CAC 1-3-100

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  • September 1911 (Creation)

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4 drawings : pencil on paper

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(1910-1944)

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File consists of development drawings of floor plans of country house (basement, 2 floors, attic, 4 bedrooms; servants' wing, 3 bedrooms; stone; wall bearing).

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See also op. no. 63.

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“In partnership Hyde, Nobbs built the John Lancelot Todd country house (1911-13), at 180 Senneville Road, Senneville, an exurb of Montreal. Built entirely of stone, Todd’s two-story stately mansion, with an impressive arched porte cochere, a large pillared veranda and sleeping porch, has a steep shingled hipped roof, the angle repeated in its polygonal dormer windows.” (Norbert Schoenauer, “Percy Erskine Nobbs: Teacher and Builder of Architecture,” Fontanus: from the Collections of McGill University 7 [1996]: 53.)

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100

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62

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