Arnoldi, King McCord

ARNOLDI, King McCord (1843-1904)
(biography in preparation)

KING M. ARNOLDI

(works in Ottawa unless otherwise noted)

ST. ALBAN'S ANGLICAN CHURCH, Daly Street at King Street, 1867-68; chancel and vestry completed 1876-77 (Ottawa Citizen, 8 Nov. 1867, 3, descrip.; 17 July 1876, 1, t.c.; Free Press [Ottawa], 9 Feb. 1877, 4, descrip.; A. Davidson, Annals of the Parish of St. Alban the Martyr, Ottawa 1865-1942, 8-9)
PEMBROKE, ONT., block for Herrick & Crombie, 1869 (Ottawa Citizen, 26 June 1869, 3, t.c.)
BELL'S CORNERS, ONT., Anglican Church, 1869 (Ottawa Citizen, 24 Sept. 1869, 2, descrip.)
MARIA STREET, near Elgin Street, residence for Dennis Murphy, 1870 (Ottawa Citizen, 8 April 1870, 2, t.c.)
MERCHANTS BANK BLOCK, built for the Montreal Telegraph Co., Sparks Street at Metcalfe Street, 1870-72 (American Architect & Builders Monthly [New York], i, Nov. 1870, 137; Free Press [Ottawa], 1 April 1872, 2, descrip.)
CHRIST CHURCH ANGLICAN CATHEDRAL, Sparks Street near Bay Street, 1872-73 (Free Press [Ottawa], 5 March 1872, 3, descrip.; Daily Citizen [Ottawa], 24 Oct. 1872, 4, descrip; H.P. Hill, History of Christ Church Cathedral Ottawa 1832-1932, 58, illus.)
KEMPTVILLE, ONT., store and residence for A. Blackburn, 1872 (Free Press [Ottawa], 14 June 1872, 3, t.c.)
ALBERT STREET, building for Henry Chepmell, 1872 (Free Press [Ottawa], 27 July 1872, 2, t.c.)
ST. PATRICK'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, Kent Street, 1874-75, completion of the original design prepared in 1869 by Augustus Laver (Free Press [Ottawa], 20 July 1874, 2, t.c.)
PERTH, ONT., rectory for St. James Anglican Church, 1874-75 (Perth Courier, 24 April 1874, 3; 9 April 1875, 2, descrip.)
ALMONTE, ONT., St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, completion of the building begun in 1869 by Andrew Bell, 1875 (Free Press [Ottawa], 9 Oct. 1875, 3, descrip.)
CALEDONIA SPRINGS, ONT., Caledonia Springs Hotel, 1875 (Free Press [Ottawa], 8 March 1875, 4, descrip.; Ottawa Times, 22 June 1875, 4, descrip.)
METCALFE STREET, at Queen Street, studio and residence for William J. Topley, Photographer (Ottawa Citizen, 6 Dec. 1875, 4, descrip.; Free Press [Ottawa] 19 Jan. 1876, 3, descrip; Canadian Illustrated News, xxiv, 11 Nov. 1876, 277, illus. & descrip.)
METCALFE STREET, at Cobourg Street, residence for James Adamson, 1875 (Ottawa Citizen, 6 Dec. 1875, 4, descrip.)
KING STREET, at Theodore Street, residence for Col. C. Eugene Panet, 1876 (Free Press [Ottawa], 22 Nov. 1876, 4)
AUGUSTA STREET, at Wilbrod Street, residence for Kingsforth Graburn, 1876 (Free Press [Ottawa], 22 Nov. 1876, 4)
MARIA STREET, residence of Francis Clemow, addition of a glass conservatory, 1876 (Free Press [Ottawa], 22 Nov. 1876, 4)
BANK STREET ROAD, residence for Henry J. Morgan, 1876 (Free Press [Ottawa], 22 Nov. 1876, 4)
ARCHIVILLE, ONT., Trinity Anglican Church, 1877 (Free Press [Ottawa], 5 April 1877, 4, descrip.)

ARNOLDI & CALDERON

CARLETON PLACE, ONT., Bank of Ottawa, 1889 (C.A.B., ii, March 1889, 32)
CLIFF STREET, residence for R.J. Devlin, 1890 (Ottawa Free Press, 27 Jan. 1890, 4, t.c.)
METCALFE STREET, near Queen Street, block for Dr. Alexander Martin, 1890 (Ottawa Free Press, 1 Feb. 1890, 5)
CARLETON CHAMBERS, Sparks Street, for R.J. Devlin, 1890-91 (Ottawa Free Press, 1 Feb. 1890, 5, descrip.; 17 Feb 1891, 4, descrip.; Daily Citizen [Ottawa], 26 March 1891, 1, descrip.)
LADY STANLEY TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES, Rideau Street at Wurtemburg Street, 1890-91 (Ottawa Free Press, 9 Sept. 1890, 1, descrip.; 22 Jan. 1891, 1, descrip.;Daily Citizen [Ottawa], 29 Jan. 1891, 4, descrip.)
CARLETON COUNTY GAOL, Daly Avenue at Nicholas Street, addition and alterations, 1890-92 (Daily Citizen [Ottawa], 7 Oct. 1889, 4, descrip.; Ottawa Free Press, 26 July 1892, 8, descrip.)
ST. GEORGE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH, Gloucester Street at Metcalfe Street, major additions and alterations, 1891 (Ottawa Free Press, 14 Jan. 1891, 4; 17 March 1891, 4)
MERCHANTS BANK, Metcalfe Street, extensive alterations, 1891 (Ottawa Free Press, 28 Aug. 1891, 1, descrip.)
PIERCE'S CORNERS, ONT., in North Gower Township, a church for the English Protestants, 1891 (Ottawa Free Press, 19 Oct. 1891, 4)
BELL TELEPHONE BUILDING, Queen Street, 1892 (Daily Citizen [Ottawa], 3 March 1892, 4, descrip.)
ELGIN STREET, at MacLaren Street, private school for Miss Harmon, 1892 (Daily Citizen [Ottawa], 15 March 1892, 1)
VANKLEEK HILL, ONT., School, 1892 (C.A.B., v, April 1892, 39)
ELGIN STREET, at Lisgar Street, residence for John W. McRae, 1893 (C.R., iv, 16 March 1893, 2)
YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, Metcalfe Street at Maria Street, 1893 (Ottawa Free Press, 30 March 1893, 7, descrip.; C.R., iv, 6 April 1893, 2)
CHAUDIERE ELECTRIC LIGHT & POWER CO., power house, 1893 (C.R., iv, 17 Aug. 1893, 2)
MATERNITY HOSPITAL, Rideau Street, 1894 (C.R., iv, 11 Jan 1894, 1)
OTTAWA CANOE CLUB HOUSE, at Governor's Bay, overlooking the Ottawa River, near Sussex Drive and Mackay Street, 1894 (Ottawa Journal, 14 April 1894, 1; inf. Leslie Maitland, Ottawa; inf. Alan McCullough, Ottawa)
ICE PALACE, Nepean Point, 1895 (F. Anderes & A. Agranoff, Ice Palaces, 1983, 74-5, illus. & descrip.)

ARNOLDI & EWART

PROTESTANT GENERAL HOSPITAL, Rideau Street at Charlotte Street, two new wings, 1895-96 (C.R., vi, 28 Nov. 1895, 2; 30 Jan 1896, 2)
ORME & SON MUSIC STORE, Sparks Street, with a similar building adjacent for A.J. Stevens, 1896 (C.R., vii, 13 Feb. 1896, 3)
AMERICAN BANK NOTE COMPANY, Wellington Street, office building, 1897; addition 1901 (C.R., viii, 11 March 1897, 2; xii, 18 Sept. 1901, 4)
BUTTERWORTH BUILDING, Sparks Street, 1897 (C.R., viii, 15 April 1897, 2)
FORT WILLIAM, ONT., block of stores for an unidentified client, 1897 (C.A.B., x, May 1897, 104)
CHURCH OF OUR FATHER, Elgin Street at Lewis Street, 1900 (H. Kalman, Exploring Ottawa, 1983, 50, illus.)
CONTAGIOUS DISEASES HOSPITAL, for the Ottawa Board of Health, Cobourg Street, 1901; kitchen and laundry plant, 1902 (C.R., xii, 13 Feb. 1901, 3, t.c.; xiii, 6 Aug. 1902, 2, t.c.)
SURVEYOR GENERAL'S DEPARTMENTAL OFFICE BUILDING, Wellington Street, 1901 (C.R., xii, 27 March 1901, 3)
ST. PATRICK'S ROMAN CATHOLIC HALL, Maria Street, 1901 (dwgs. at NAC)
QUEEN STREET, warehouse for F.J. Castle Co., 1903 (C.R., xiv, 25 Feb. 1903, 4)