27 Archival description results for Architects
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- CA ACU CAA F0046
This fonds consists of photographs and slides of architectural drawings, architectural models, and completed buildings. The material dates from 1954-1987, with the majority of projects being built in Calgary.
Notable projects include the Alberta Government Telephones building, Calgary; Atkins architectural offices, Calgary; Atkins Residence, Calgary; Melchin Summer Homes, Lake Windemere, British Columbia; Centennial Planetarium, Calgary; Eighth Avenue Mall, Calgary; Indian Friendship Centre, Calgary; Leavitt Residence, Calgary; Medicine Hat Provincial Building, Medicine Hat; Shouldice Park, Calgary; Southern Alberta Institute of Technology, Calgary; and the Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg.
- CA ACU CAA C0011
- CA ACU CAA C0008
- CA ACU CAA C0009
Whiddington, H. M.
- CA ACU CAA F0053
Fonds contains materials relating to the architectural work of Jeffrey Lindsay, primarily focused on geodesic domes. It covers the majority of his career including early work, work with the Fuller Research Foundation, Jeffrey Lindsay and Associates, and teaching. Fonds is arranged into series by material type, with subseries arranged by progressive stages in his career.
- CA ACU CAA C0012
The John Flanders Photography collection contains approximately 2,000 slides and 2,700 negatives from the 1990s to the early 2000s in the Toronto, Ontario area. Photographed buildings include residences, office buildings, Confederation Square (Toronto), hotels, Massey College, Scarborough Metro Zoo, Pearson College of the Pacific, Plywood Research Building, Queen's University, Shaw Festival Theatre, and Trent University.
- CA ACU CAA F0050
- CA ACU CAA C0006
Collection includes original drawings and textual records relating to the Lancaster Building located at 8 Avenue and 2 Street SW, Calgary, Alberta.
Teague, James C.
- CA ACU SPC F0164
Fonds consists of correspondence; scrapbook, notebooks, journals, sketchbooks and travel diary; manuscripts of poetry, short stories, articles and a play; photographs, including many of M. Bates's paintings; exhibition catalogues; architectural drawings; watercolours of St. Mary's Cathedral (Calgary); newsclippings of articles about M. Bates; and miscellaneous material. MsC 299 consists of a bronze wall plaque from M. Bates' architectural office in Calgary. Accession 786/05.7 consists of over 200 letters and postcards written by M. Bates, primarily to his parents, while he was a prisoner of war in Germany (May 1940-May 1945).
- CA ACU CAA F0045
The fonds consists of records from Mike McMordie’s educational and professional career. Included are notes and research material from his BArch and PhD, teaching materials and records from committees, activities, and professional organizations he was involved with. There is material from interviews and publications he produced, professional and personal correspondence, exhibits and projects, and audio-visual and photographic material including a slide collection used for teaching and publications. The fonds is arranged into six Series: (1) Architectural training and professional practice; (2) Professional service and activities; (3) Teaching; (4) Personal records; (5) Research subject files; (6) Loose Audiovisual; (7) Audiovisual; and (8) Objects.