Subseries /C1925-1941 - Residences, St. Hilda's College, 99-113 St. George Street, Toronto

Survey Drawing Survey plan showing part of University Grounds Masonry Plans Miscellaneous Drawing Architectural Plans of 99 St George St, Toronto Floor Plans of 101 St George St, Toronto Floor Plans of 113 St George St, Toronto Floor Plans of 113 St George St, Toronto

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Residences, St. Hilda's College, 99-113 St. George Street, Toronto

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George & Moorhouse, Architects, Toronto. ; Darling & Pearson, Architects, Toronto.

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CA ON00335 F1029-/C-/C1925-1941

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  • 1925-1941 (Creation)

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8 items : 5 architectural drawings and other materials

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This sub-series consists of 9 items. This set includes floor plans for 99 and 101 and 113 St George Street, and miscellaneous plans which may belong to one of the St George Street houses. Although the architect(s) and dates are not stated, the plans were likely drawn by either Darling & Pearson, or George, Moorhouse & King Architects, Toronto. Gerald Larkin used the architectural firm of George, Moorhouse & King for the design of the home of Mrs P. C. Larkin, May Square, Toronto in 1930.

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Records have been arranged chronologically according to building-specific projects.

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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:
/C1925-1941 (07)
/C1925-1941 (08)

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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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Sub-series includes 3 blueprint survey drawings, 1 blueprint architectural drawing, 1 ink on paper architectural drawing, and 2 whiteprint architectural drawings.

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