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- Tolchinsky and Goodz
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Hyman Tolchinsky (born 1929) and Murray Goodz (born 1941) are Montreal architects who both studied architecture at McGill University. They currently practice in Montreal where, during the past decade, they have designed a number of major commercial buildings such as the Industrial Life Tower (1986), Place Canada Trust Tower (1989) and the Maison Ultra
mar Building (1989).
Hyman Tolchinsky (né en 1929) et Murray Goodz (né en 1941) sont des architectes montréalais qui ont tous deux étudié l'architecture à l'Université McGill. Ils exercent actuellement l'architecture à Montréal où, au cours des dix dernières années, ils ont dessiné plusieurs grands immeubles commerciaux comme la tour Industrial Life (1986), la tour Place Canada Trust (1989) et la Maison Ultramar (1989).
The material was given to the CAC by Eugene Riesman.
Les documents furent remis à la CAC par Eugene Riesman.
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Fonds includes plans, perspectives and details of the Maison Ultramar Building on Avenue McGill College in Montreal are found in the archive. It also includes 7 photographs documenting the Maison Ultramar Building is also documented by photographs.
Le fonds comprend des plans, des perspectives et des détails de la Maison Ultramar sur l'avenue McGill College à Montréal, ainsi que 7 photographs de la Maison Ultramar.
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