Subseries /B1945-1955 - Chapel Addition

Floor plan West elevation Block plan showing relation of Chapel to Hoskin Avenue Junction of Chapel with existing building Proposed Chapel: plan, side elevation, end elevation, longitudinal section, cross section (149-1) Proposed Chapel: plan, side elevation, longitudinal section, cross section (149-1b) Proposed Chapel: long elevation (east) showing porch, end elevation, cross section thro' tra... Proposed Chapel: long elevation (east) showing porch, end elevation, cross section thro' tra... Proposed Chapel: detail of apse buttresses (149-3) New Chapel: cross section, plan of apse & normal bay; normal bay external elevation, internal... New Chapel: details of arch between Chapel & transept; plan of transept (149-5) New Chapel: details of normal vaultings (149-6) New Chapel: details of vaulting piers to apse (149-7) New Chapel: details of cross-arches to side Chapel and arch between transept and side Chapel (149-8) New Chapel: details of windows to normal bays and apse (149-9) New Chapel: section showing arches to transepts & side Chapel; section through transept (149-10) New Chapel: section through chancel & side Chapel, showing apse; section through transept sho... New Chapel: details of narthex (149-12) Interior Elevation of North End; section through narthex looking east (two copies) (149-12a) New Chapel: details of interior stone work. - full scale. - August 1951. - (Received 27 February ... New Chapel: details of bases to normal vaulting piers. - full scale - August 1951. - (Received 27... New Chapel: details of staircase turret. -scale 1/2" = 1'-0" and full scale. - Sep... New Chapel: details of parapet & buttress tops. - full scale. - September 1951. - (Received 2... New Chapel: doorway to porch, plan, section, elevation, external elevation, internal elevation. -... New Chapel: details of arch to porch, doorway to porch & main external plinth to Chapel. - fu... New Chapel: details of doorway from narthex to existing corridor. - scale 1/2" = 1'-0&q... New Chapel: details of carving over doorway from narthex to existing corridor. - full scale. - Ju... New Chapel: north elevation of vestry. - scale 1/2" = 1'-0". - undated [1952] (149... New Chapel: revised details of porch. - scale 1/2" = 1'-0". - July 1952 (149-22) New Chapel: details of outer doorway to Chapel. - full scale. - July 1952 (149-23) New Chapel: elevations of apse buttresses; details of apse buttresses (149-24) New Chapel: elevation of wall across apse and reredos (149-25a) New Chapel: main reredos, rev. showing altar. - 18 August 1953 (149-25c) New Chapel: details of wall & doorways adjoining main reredos (149-26) New Chapel: details of main reredos (149-27) New Chapel: details of main reredos (149-28) New Chapel: details of main reredos (149-29) New Chapel: details of main reredos (149-30) New Chapel: details of main reredos (149-31) New Chapel: design for piscina (149-32) New Chapel: design for bronze screen in transept (two copies) (149-33) New Chapel: details of bronze screen in transept (149-35) New Chapel: details of bronze screen (cresting) in transept (149-36) New Chapel: design for organ case (two copies) (149-37) New Chapel: ceiling plan of side Chapel (149-38) New Chapel: details of organ case (also marked G&M, Dwg No. 225, 21 December 1954) (149-40) New Chapel: details of organ case (149-41) New Chapel: details of organ case (149-42) Details of don's stalls (149-43) Details of don's stalls (149-44)
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Chapel Addition

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Chapel addition, Trinity College, Toronto, / Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, Architect, London, England ; George & Moorhouse, Architects, Toronto. - Job No. 387

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CA ON00335 F1029-/B-/B1945-1955

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  • 1945-1955 (Creation)

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253 items : 217 architectural drawings and other materials

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This sub-series consists of 253 drawings outlining the design and construction of the Trinity College Chapel. Many full scale architectural details are included, as are original ink-on-linen architectural drawings. Plans for the Chapel Addition to Trinity College, Toronto by Sir Giles Scott & Son, Architects, London, England and Associate Architects George & Moorhouse, Toronto, Job No. 387, range in date from 1947 when the preliminary drawings were first made by Sir Giles Scott, to 1955 when the final stages of construction were completed by George & Moorhouse. Many drawings bear no date. The plans are found on several formats and materials. The drawings sent from England by Sir Giles Scott & Son are white�prints. The drawings done by Associate Architects George & Moorhouse, Toronto, are linen, tissue, with additional blueprints and photoprints. In many cases, only the blueprint copy has survived at this location. In order to assemble a complete set, in sequence, it has been necessary to include both original drawings and blueprint copies. Preliminary plans for the Proposed Chapel, Trinity College, have been annotated, "Anthonys", possibly W.E. Anthony. George & Moorhouse's stamp for Men's Residence & Dining Hall has been used for Dwg No. U of T 12-115.

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All records within this sub-series, save those below, have been digitized and are available to researchers upon request, pending other restrictions. The following records, or sets of records, were unable to be digitized due to their condition, size, location, or media:
/B1945-1955 (03) 02 /B1945-1955 (03) 05
/B1945-1955 (03) 31
/B1945-1955 (15) 04
/B1945-1955 (15) 08
/B1945-1955 (15) 29
/B1945-1955 (15) 37
/B1945-1955 (20)

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All of the architectural drawings in this accession are open to researchers with the exception of records deemed too fragile or in otherwise poor condition. If limits exist on a record, they will be outlined where appropriate.

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1988-0059
1986-0098
1986-0072

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Items /B1945-1955 (20) 01-04 must be handled with care and be kept away from static surfaces.

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Sub-series includes 18 blueprint architectural drawings, 70 whiteprint architectural drawings, 9 ink on linen architectural drawings, 4 ink on mylar architectural drawings, 112 pencil/ink on tissue architectural drawings, 4 charcoal on canson paper architectural drawings, 8 pencil on tissue/paper engineering drawings, 21 blueprint engineering drawings, 1 whiteprint engineering drawing, 2 pencil on tissue technical drawings, and 4 whiteprint technical drawings.

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