Fonds 34 - James O'Donnell

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James O'Donnell

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    O'Donnell, James, 1774-1830

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"Architectural Drawing, n.d., 1 drawing". Included is a drawing in the archive of the façade of the American Presbyterian Church on St. James Street in Montreal. This drawing has not been described

"Dessin architectural, s.d., 1 dessin." Notamment un dessin de la façade de l'église American Presbyterian, sur la rue Saint-Jacques à Montréal. Ce dessin n'a pas encore été décrit.

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Best known as the architect of the Gothic Revival Basilica of Notre Dame in Montreal (1823-1929), James O'Donnell (1774-1830) was born in Ireland. He practiced architecture in Ireland prior to his emigration to the United States around 1812. In New York O'Donnell designed houses, churches and public buildings such as Columbia College (1817-20).

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Surtout connu pour avoir dessiné la basilique Notre-Dame de Montréal en style néo-gothique (1823-1929), James O'Donnell (1774-1830) est né en Irlande. Il a exercé l'architecture en Irlande avant d'émigrer aux Etats-Unis vers l'année 1812. A New York, O'Donnell a dessiné des maisons, des églises et des immeubles pu
blics, dont l'Université Columbia (1817-1820).

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