Whiteway, William Tuff

WHITEWAY, William Tuff (1856-1940)
(biography in preparation)

VANCOUVER, B.C.

VANCOUVER, B.C., commercial block for Gilmore & Clark, Carroll Street, 1886 (Vancouver News, 26 July 1886, 1, t.c.)
VANCOUVER, B.C., Ferguson Block, Powell Street, 1886 (D. Luxton, City of Vancouver: Statements of Significance for Gastown, 2004, 37)
VANCOUVER, B.C., residence for James King, Pender Street, 1887 (Daily News Advertiser [Vancouver], 21 July 1887, 1, t.c.)

PORT TOWNSEND, WASHINGTON

(works by Whiteway & Schroeder)

CAPT. TIBBALS BLOCK, Water Street at Tyler Street, 1889 (A. Denison & W. Huntington, Victorian Architecture in Port Townsend, 1978, 40-2, illus.)
PIONEER BUILDING, Water Street, 1889 (A. Denison & W. Huntington, Victorian Architecture in Port Townsend, 1978, 43-5, illus.)
CLARENDON HOTEL, Water Street at Madison Street, 1889 (A. Denison & W. Huntington, Victorian Architecture in Port Townsend, 1978, 46-8, illus.)
STERMING BLOCK, Water Street, 1889 (A. Denison & W. Huntington, Victorian Architecture in Port Townsend, 1978, 49-50, illus.)
MILLER & BURKETT BLOCK, Taylor Street at Washington Street, 1889 (A. Denison & W. Huntington, Victorian Architecture in Port Townsend, 1978, 51-2, illus.)
MOUNT BAKER BLOCK, Water Street at Tyler Street, 1890 (A. Denison & W. Huntington, Victorian Architecture in Port Townsend, 1978, 53-5, illus.)
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Franklin Street at Polk Street, 1890 (A. Denison & W. Huntington, Victorian Architecture in Port Townsend, 1978, 97-9, illus.)
WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UNION, c. 1890 (list of works in the Evening Telegram [St. John's], 19 Nov. 1892, 4)
ANACORTES, WASH., public school, c. 1890 (list of works in Evening Telegram (St. John's), 19 Nov. 1892, 4)

VICTORIA, B.C.

DUCK BLOCK, Broad Street at Johnson Street, 1892 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 24 Feb. 1892, 5, descrip.; M. Segger & D. Franklin, Exploring Victoria's Architecture, 1996, 42, illus.)

ST. JOHN'S, NFLD.

COURT HOUSE, Water Street, designed 1893-94; built 1901-04 (Evening Telegram [St. John's], 9 Feb. 1893, 4; 12 March 1894, 1, t.c.; 3 Aug. 1894, 3; dwgs. at PANL, St. John's)
WATER STREET, commercial block for A. Delgado, 1893 (Evening Telegram [St. John's], 8 April 1893, 4)
EAST FIRE HALL, 1893 (Evening Telegram [St. John's], 1 July 1893, 1, t.c.)
WEST FIRE HALL,1893 (Evening Telegram [St. John's], 1 July 1893, 1, t.c.)
DUCKWORTH STREET, at Cochrane Street, commercial block for J.J. Kearney, 1893 (Evening Telegram [St. John's], 10 July 1893, 1, t.c.)
J.H. MARTIN & CO., Water Street, commercial block, 1893 (Evening Telegram [St. John's], 7 Aug. 1893, 4, descrip.)
unnamed street, residence for P. Sullivan, 1893 (Evening Telegram [St. John's], 26 Oct. 1893, 1, t.c.)
EVENING TELEGRAM BUILDING, Water Street, 1893-94 (Evening Telegram [St. John's], 11 Jan. 1894, 4, illus. & descrip.)
W.E. BEARNS & CO., Le Marchant Road, 1894 (Evening Telegram [St. John's], 15 Sept. 1894, 1, t.c.)
CENTRAL HOTEL, Duckworth Street, for George C. Crosbie, 1894 (Evening Telegram [St. John's], 14 July 1894, 1, t.c.; Times & Commercial Gazette [St. John's], 4 Aug. 1894, 3)

HALIFAX, N.S.

HALIFAX, N.S., Gordon & Keith Co., retail store and warehouse, Barrington Street through to Granville Street, 1896 (Halifax Herald, 27 April 1896, 3, descrip.; C.A.B., x, March 1897, illus.; April 1897, 73, descrip.; E. Pacey, Historic Halifax, l988, 96-7, illus.)
HALIFAX, N.S., residence for William E. Taylor, Spring Garden Road, 1896 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 27 May 1896, 6; C.R., vii, 4 June 1896, 2)
(with William T. Horton) HALIFAX, N.S., residence for Alfred Whitman, Young Avenue, 1898-1900 (L. Maitland, Queen Anne Revival Style in Canadian Architecture, 1990, 143, illus.)

VANCOUVER, B.C.

ROBSON STREET, residence for H.B. Gilmour, 1899 (Province [Vancouver], 30 March 1899, 1, t.c.)
LOVELL BLOCK, for J.B. Lovell, 1900 (C.R., xi, 21 Feb. 1900, 3; t.c.; C.A.B., xiii, April 1900, 82; Greater Vancouver Illustrated, c. 1905, 212)
MOUNTAIN VIEW CEMETERY, Chinese Altar and Crematory, Fraser Street near 37th Avenue, 1902; demol. (Province (Vancouver), 25 Aug. 1902, 1, descrip.; inf. Donald Luxton, Maurice Guibord, Vancouver)
FIRE HALL NO. 2, Seymour Street, 1902-03 (C.R., xiii, 26 Nov. 1902, 2)
WOODWARD'S DEPARTMENT STORE, West Hastings Street at Abbott Street, 1902-03; additions, 1923; 1925; 1929; parking garage, 1930 (Vancouver Daily World, 12 Sept. 1902, 4, t.c.; 17 Jan. 1923, 3, descrip.; C.R., xxxvii, 3 Jan. 1923, 45, t.c.; xxxix, 21 Jan. 1925, 48, t.c.; xliii, 16 Jan. 1929, 49; xliv, 28 May 1930, 211)
PENDER HALL, West Pender Street near Hornby Street, 1903 (dwgs. at the Vancouver City Archives)
SAM KEE & CO., Carrall Street, commercial block, 1903 (C.R., xiv, 1 July 1903, 6)
ROYAL THEATRE, West Hastings Street near Columbia Street, 1903 (C.R., xiv, 29 July 1903, 2)
ORANGE HALL, Gore Avenue near East Hastings Street, 1903; constructed 1906 (C.R., xiv, 12 Aug. 1903, 2; xvii, 9 May 1906, 5, t.c.)
B.C. PERMANENT LOAN & SAVINGS CO., West Hastings Street at Abbott Street, 1903 (C.R., xiv, 7 Oct. 1903, 1, t.c.)
KING EDWARD HIGH SCHOOL, West 12th Avenue at Oak Street, 1904 (D. Franklin, Early School Architecture in British Columbia, 1980, 120-1, illus.)
GRANVILLE STREET, block for Philip White, 1905 (C.R., xv, 1 Feb. 1905, 5)
GRANDVIEW SCHOOL, Park Drive at 1st Avenue East, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 5 April 1905, 6)
KELLY-DOUGLAS & CO., Water Street at Richards Street, warehouse, 1905; with later addition of one storey, 1906 (C.R., xvi, 12 April 1905, 6; xvii, 9 May 1906, 5; Vancouver Daily World, 29 Aug. 1905, 1, descrip.; H. Kalman, History of Canadian Architecture, 1994, 575, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at the Vancouver City Archives)
FIRE HALL NO. 1, East Cordova Street at Gore Avenue, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 26 July 1905, 5)
COMOX STREET, at Jervis Street, residence for Robert G. MacPherson, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 4 Oct. 1905, 7)
BUTE STREET, at Seaton Street, residence for Col. L. Edwin Dudley, 1906 (C.R., xvii, 14 March 1906, 4)
ROBSON STREET, near Jervis Street, residence for Archibald C. Stirrett, 1906 (C.R., xvii, 14 March 1906, 4)
WOOD'S HOTEL, Carrall Street at West Hastings Street, for J.S. Wood, 1906 (C.R., xvii, 14 March 1906, 4; L. Maitland, Queen Anne Revival Style in Canadian Architecture, 1990, 191, illus.; dwgs. at the Vancouver City Archives)
HOTEL WINTERS, Abbott Street at Water Street, 1906 (C.R., xvii, 17 Oct. 1906, 2; dwgs. at the Vancouver City Archives)
CITY MARKET, Westminster Avenue at The Bridge, in Mount Pleasant, 1906 (C.R., xvii, 21 March 1906, 6)
LORD ROBERTS PUBLIC SCHOOL, Comox Street at Cardero Street, 1907-08 (Vancouver Daily World, 15 April 1907, 8, t.c.; Vancouver Board of School Trustees, Annual Report, 1907; H. Kalman, Exploring Vancouver, 1993, 123, illus.)
ADMIRAL SEYMOUR PUBLIC SCHOOL, Keefer Street at Karl Avenue, 1907 (Vancouver Daily World, 15 April 1907, 8, t.c.; D. Franklin, Early School Architecture in British Columbia, 1980, 123-4, illus.)
LORD SELKIRK PUBLIC SCHOOL, East 22nd Avenue at Gartley Road, 1908 (D. Franklin, Early School Architecture in British Columbia, 1980, 135, illus.)
SIR GUY CARLETON PUBLIC SCHOOL, The Kingsway at Joyce Street, c. 1908 (D. Franklin, Early School Architecture in British Columbia, 1980, 135)
HOLDEN BLOCK, East Hastings Street near Carrall Street, 1910 (C.R., xxiv, 30 March 1910, 27; dwgs. at the Vancouver City Archives)
VANCOUVER MILLING & GRAIN CO., Smythe Street at Cambie Street, 1910 (dwgs. at the Vancouver City Archives)
VANCOUVER WORLD TOWER, West Pender Street at Beatty Street, 1910-11 (C.R., xxiv, 10 Aug. 1910, 26; Vancouver & Victoria Architecturally, 1911, illus.)
BENWELL, PEART & CO., Water Street, warehouse, 1910 (C.R., xxiv, 14 Sept. 1910, 27)
MacDONALD PUBLIC SCHOOL, East Hastings Street at Victoria Drive, c. 1910 (list of works in Greater Vancouver Illustrated, 212)
CEDAR COVE PUBLIC SCHOOL, c. 1910 (list of works in Greater Vancouver Illustrated, 212)
ALEXANDER STREET, stores and apartments for Grier Starratt, 1911 (C.R., xxv, 23 Aug. 1911, 6)
STOREY & CAMPBELL LTD., Beatty Street, store and warehouse, 1911-12 (C.R., xxv, 27 Dec. 1911, 65)
PINE STREET, at Matthews Avenue, mansion for Norman McLean, 1912 (Province [Vancouver], 8 June 1912, 28, descrip.)
SEYMOUR STREET, at Dunsmuir Street, hotel for Leon Melekov, 1912 (Province [Vancouver], 10 Aug. 1912, 22, illus. & descrip.)
SPENCER'S GARAGE, Hornby Street near Davie Street, for Harry Hemlow, 1912 (C.R., xxvi, 28 Feb. 1912, 67; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
PALMER ROOMS HOTEL, for Storey & Campbell Ltd., West Pender Street, 1913 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
ST. MARGARET APARTMENTS, Haro Street at Thurlow Street, 1928 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
PASADENA APARTMENTS, West 11th Avenue near Hemlock Street, 1931 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)

ELSEWHERE

KAMLOOPS, B.C., Public School, St. Paul Street, 1906 (C.R., xvii, 1 Aug. 1906, 2, t.c.; D. Franklin, Early School Architecture in British Columbia, 1980, 41, illus.)
KAMLOOPS, B.C., Hotel Leland, for Robert Dowswell, 1907 (C.R., xviii, 27 March 1907, 4)
HOPE, B.C., Commercial Hotel, 1910-11 (inf. from Architectural Inst. of British Columbia, membership file for W.T. Whiteway)
DUNCAN, B.C., Public School, Nagle Street, 1913 (Cowichan Leader [Duncan], 13 March 1913, 1; J. Fleming, 'W.T. Whiteway's Design for the Duncan School' in West Coast Review, xv, Spring 1981, 42-8, illus. & descrip.)