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Letter, 2 September

  • 0062
  • Item
  • 2 September

Letter from Wilson family to Margaret Mercer Dawson.

Miscellaneous

  • A5
  • Subseries
  • 1975, 2008

This sub series contains a wedding transcript (1975) and 1 DVD (My Messy Life, 2008).

Others

  • C3
  • Subseries
  • 1996, 2007-2009

This subseries documents public addresses outside of the World Religions after September 11 Conference and contains Invading the Sacred: 2007 book launch (2 DVDs); an interview filmed during India Independence day in Ottawa (1996, 1 DVD); and a Samboth Society 2009 Inaugural Address video (2 DVDs).

Percy Erskine Nobbs Fonds

  • CA CAC 1
  • Fonds
  • 1893-1960

The Nobbs fonds consists of the work of Percy Erskine Nobbs, George Taylor Hyde, Nobbs and Hyde, Nobbs and Valentine, and Nobbs and Nobbs. 526 projects are documented in the Percy Erskine Nobbs Fonds. Architectural drawings form the core of the fonds, providing a comprehensive listing of the drawings by Percy Nobbs and his associates. Arranged chronologically, the inventory reflects respectively the development of the partnerships Nobbs and Hyde (1910-1944), Nobbs and Valentine (1945-1950), and Nobbs and Nobbs (1950-1960). Hugh A. I. Valentine worked only briefly with Nobbs, spending the bulk of his career with the Bell Telephone Company of Canada. His commissioned drawings and student notebooks cannot be directly related to his work with Nobbs, but are nonetheless described in subfonds 8. Subfonds 6 and 7 describe Percy Nobbs's personal papers and three-dimensional objects designed by him which are in the Canadian Architecture Collection.

Nobbs, Percy E. (Percy Erskine), 1875-1964

David Robertson Brown and Hugh Vallance

  • CA CAC 10
  • Fonds
  • 1918

"Architectural Drawings, 1918, 21 drawings." Drawings of plans, elevations, and sections document the design of the Y.W.C.A. Building on Dorchester Blvd. (now Boul. René-Lévesque) and Stanley St. in Montreal.

"Dessins architecturaux, 1918, 21 dessins." Des dessins, des plans, des élévations et des coupes témoignent du projet de construction de l'immeuble du YWCA, boulevard Dorchester (maintenant boulevard René-Lévesque) à l'angle de la rue Stanley, à Montréal.

Brown, David Robertson, 1869-1946

Hugh Vallance, Barott and Blackader

  • CA CAC 10.01
  • Fonds
  • 1925

The fonds contains one drawing for an addition and alteration to the Beaconsfield Golf Club, Pointe Claire, Quebec.

Le fonds contient un dessin d'une annexe et de modifications au Club de golf de Beaconsfield, Pointe-Claire (Québec).

Hugh Vallance, Barott and Blackader

Brown, MacVicar and Heriot

  • CA CAC 10.02
  • Fonds
  • 1896

"Architectural Drawings, 1896, 11 drawings." Plans, elevations and sections document the design for a house for William Robb on Mountain Street in Montreal.
"Dessins architecturaux, 1896, 11 dessins." Des plans, des élévations et des coupes témoignent du projet de construction d'une maison pour William Robb, rue de la Montagne à Montréal.

Brown, MacVicar and Heriot

Alexander Tilloch Galt Durnford

  • CA CAC 11
  • Fonds
  • 1916-1972

Ninety-four projects are documented by 2206 architectural drawings. Projects range in date from Durnford's student drawings to alterations to the St. George Parish House in Richmond Square, Montreal in the early 1970s. The majority of the projects are for urban and rural domestic architecture in Montreal, primarily in Westmount and the surrounding regions. The Zeta Psi Fraternity Chapter House on University Street in Montreal is one of the few public commissions that is documented in the archive in great detail. Fonds also includes 102 photographs (1926-1969), primarily designs, additions, and alterations to houses in Westmount and Montreal, as well as country houses in Grand Metis, Ste. Agathe and other Quebec sites are documented in photographs. Twenty-seven of Durnford's projects are documented by photographs. Correspondence, specifications, notes and clippings relating to seventy-four of Durnford's projects are also found in the fonds. The majority of the papers (1922-1972) concern additions and alterations to residential dwellings in Westmount and Montreal and country houses in the surrounding regions.

"Dessins architecturaux, 1916-1972, 2206 dessins." Quatre-vingt-quatorze projets sont documentés par des dessins architecturaux, allant des dessins d'étudiant de Durnford aux modifications apportées à l'église paroissiale St. Georges de Richmond Square, à Montréal, au début des années 70. La plupart des projets sont des résidences urbaines ou rurales construites à Montréal, surtout à Westmount et dans les régions environnantes. La maison de la Fraternité Zeta Psi, rue University, à Montréal, fait partie des rares immeubles publics représentés en détail dans le fonds.
"Photographies, 1926-1969, 102 photos." Il s'agit surtout de plans, d'annexes et de modifications à des maisons de Westmount et de Montréal de même quà des résidences d'été à Grand-Métis, Sainte-Agathe et ailleurs au Québec. Vingt-sept des projets de Durnford sont documentés par des photos.
"Documents, 1922-1972, 78 cm." De la correspondance, des cahiers des charges, des notes et des coupures de presse se rapportant à soixante-quatorze des projets de Durnford. La plupart de ces documents ont trait à des annexes et modifications à des résidences de Westmount et de Montréal ainsi qu'à des résidences d'été dans les régions environnantes.

Durnford, Alexander Tilloch Galt, 1898-1973

Fetherstonhaugh and Durnford

  • CA CAC 11.01
  • Fonds
  • 1934-1940

"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.

Fetherstonhaugh and Durnford

Fetherstonhaugh, Durnford, Bolton and Chadwick

  • CA CAC 11.02
  • Fonds
  • 1945-1955

"Architectural Drawings, 1945-55, 80 drawings." The majority of the architectural drawings documenting the projects of this firm relate to the design of a house for P. A. Cumyn in Senneville, PQ (1953-5). The other four projects with drawings include the addition of a parish hall for St. George's Church on Windsor Street in Montreal (1946) and alterations to the house of D. H. Starkey on Piquet Road in Montreal (1946).
"Photograph, n.d., 1 photograph." The archive contains a photograph of a finished exterior of an unidentified house.

"Dessins architecturaux, 1945-1955, 80 dessins." La plupart des dessins architecturaux qui témoignent des projets de ce cabinet se rapportent aux plans d'une maison réalisée pour P. A. Cumyn à Senneville (Québec) (1953-1955). Les autres dessins ont trait à l'ajout d'une salle paroissiale à l'église St. George, rue Windsor à Montréal (1956), ainsi qu'à des modifications apportées à la maison de D. H. Starkey, chemin Piquet à Montréal (1946).
"Photographie, s.d., 1 photo." Le fonds contient une photo de la finition extérieure d'une maison non identifiée.

Fetherstonhaugh, Durnford, Bolton and Chadwick

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