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Fonds F2632 - A.A. Dick fonds

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A.A. Dick fonds


  • [ca. 1911-1913] (Creation)

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7 architectural plans

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Albert Adrian "Bert" Dick, [ca. 1880]-1970, was a wealthy real estate man in Calgary, Alberta. He married Vera Gillespie, [ca. 1894]-1973, in Calgary in 1911. They honeymooned the following year in Europe, and booked their return passage on the ill-fated Titanic. Both survived its sinking. On their return they lived in a Tudor manor in Mount Royal, at 2211 - 7th Street SW.


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Gift of Diamond-Clarke and Associates, 1968.

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The fonds consists of architectural plans of the Mount Royal house, designed by Calgary architects, Holman and Gotch.

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The material is in English.

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Thursday, August 30, 2018




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