Wickenden, Charles Osborne

WICKENDEN, Charles Osborne (1851-1934)
(biography in preparation)

MARITIMES

(with J.C. Dumaresq) WOLFVILLE, N.S., Acadia College, Central Building, 1878-79 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 12 July 1878, 1, descrip.; R. Longley, Acadia University 1838-1938, 1939, 95; dwgs. at PANS, Dumaresq Coll.)
SAINT JOHN, N.B., St. Luke's Anglican Church, Portland, extensive remodelling with new galleries, ceiling and pews, 1879-80 (Daily Sun [Saint John], 10 Sept. 1879, 3, descrip.; 29 Jan. 1880, 3, descrip.; Daily Telegraph [SaInt John], 28 Aug. 1880, 2, descrip.; L. Stevens, Review of the First Half Century History of St. Luke's Church, 1889, 105-08, illus. & descrip.)
TRURO, N.S., St. John's Anglican Church, Church Street, completion of the interior of church begun in 1873 by William T. Thomas, 1879-80 (J.Kaulbach, History of St. John's Church, Truro Nova Scotia, 1913, 70)
SAINT JOHN, N.B., commercial block for Patrick Morrisey, Prince William Street at Duke Street, 1880 (Daily Sun [Saint John], 21 May 1880, 3, descrip.; 20 Oct. 1880, 1, descript.)

MANITOBA

EMERSON, MAN., bank for Hepburn & Irwin, Main Street 'between the Emerson House Hotel and the McKay Block', 1882; demol. (Emerson International, 30 March 1882, 5)
WINNIPEG, MAN., Provincial Court House, Kennedy Street, 1882-83; burned 1957 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 19 May 1883, 8, descrip.; C. Cameron & J. Wright, Second Empire Style in Canadian Architecture, 1980, 74-5, illus.)
WINNIPEG, MAN., Christ Church (Anglican), Princess Street at Common Street, 1883 (Winnipeg Daily Sun, 31 March 1883, 1, descrip.)
WINNIPEG, MAN., warehouse for Hudson's Bay Company, Main Street, 1883 (Manitoba Free Press, 2 July 1883, 5, t.c.)
NEEPAWA, MAN., Court House, Hamilton Street, 1883-84 (Neepawa Canadian, 12 June 1884, 2, t.c.; M. Carter, Early Canadian Court Houses, 1983, 224, illus.)
BRANDON, MAN., Court House & Gaol, Louise Avenue East, 1883-84 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 20 June 1883, 5; MPA, RG18 A2-879/1885; M. Carter, Early Canadian Court Houses, 1983, 143-5, 223, illus.)
WINNIPEG, MAN., Manitoba Mortgage & Investment Co., Portage Avenue at Fort Street, office block, 1883; burned c. 1955 (Winnipeg Daily Sun, 4 July 1883, 4, t.c.; 13 Sept. 1884, 1, descrip.)
WINNIPEG, MAN., Westminster Apartment Block, Donald Street at Ellice Avenue, 1884 (Winnipeg Times, 22 March 1884, 8, descrip.)
ST. BONIFACE, MAN., Provincial Exhibition Grounds, Central Building 1885; extension, 1886; Grain House, Poultry House, stables, 1886 (Daily Manitoban [Winnipeg], 24 Aug. 1885, 4, descrip.; 8 July 1886, 4, t.c.; 16 Aug. 1886, 4, t.c.; 29 Sept. 1886, 1 and 4, illus.)
WINNIPEG, MAN., commercial block for E.R.T. Rowland, Main Street, 1886 (Daily Manitoban [Winnipeg], 28 May 1886, 4, t.c.)
SELKIRK, MAN., Lunatic Asylum, various works, 1886 (MPA, RG18 A2, Box 3, 1886)
SELKIRK, MAN., Anglican Church, 1886 (Daily Manitoban [Winnipeg], 13 Oct. 1886, 4, t.c.)
WINNIPEG, MAN., St. John's Parish School, Main Street, opposite St. John's College, 1887 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 29 March 1887, 4, t.c.)
BOISSEVAIN, MAN., Hudson's Bay Co. Store, 1887 (Morning Call [Winnipeg], 25 June 1887, 8)
DELORAINE, MAN., Hudson's Bay Co. Store, 1887 (Morning Call [Winnipeg], 25 June 1887, 5, t.c.)
WINNIPEG, MAN., Western Canada Loan Co., Main Street at Portage Avenue, office block, 1887 (Winnipeg Sun, 21 July 1887, 4, descrip.; burned 1894; rebuilt by S.F. Peters)
WINNIPEG, MAN., residence for J.R. Jones, Donald Street at Graham Avenue, 1887 (Winnipeg Sun, 21 July 1887, 4)

ELSEWHERE

KENORA, ONT., Hudson's Bay Co. Store, 1886 (inf. from R. Rostecki, Winnipeg)
CALGARY, ALTA., residence for William Pearce, Reinach Avenue, 1888 (Glenbow Museum, Archives A P359c, Specifications)
VERNON, B.C., Kalemalka Hotel, for W.J. Meakin, a hotel for the Okanagan Land & Development Co., 1891-92 (Vancouver Daily World, 12 Feb. 1891, 2, t.c.; Vernon News, 16 June 1892, 5)

VANCOUVER

PENDER STREET, store and residence for J.P. Tompkins, 1889 (Vancouver Daily World, 9 Jan. 1889, 4; 20 Feb. 1889, 4)
INNES-THOMPSON BLOCK, Hastings Street, "adjoining the present A.G. Ferguson Block", 1889 (Vancouver Daily World, 2 April 1889, 4; 4 June 1889, 1, descrip.; H. Kalman, Exploring Vancouver, 1978, 90, illus.)
TOWN & ROBINSON BLOCK, Carrall Street, 1889 (Vancouver Daily World, 4 June 1889, 1)
TATLOW BLOCK, Hastings Street, 1889 (Vancouver Daily News Advertiser, 18 June 1889, 7, descrip.)
VANCOUVER DAILY NEWS ADVERTISER CO., Cambie Street, office block, 1889; demol. (Vancouver Daily World, 31 Dec. 1889, 5)
TURNER BLOCK, Cordova Street, commercial block for George Turner, 1889 (Vancouver Daily World, 18 June 1889, 4, descrip.; 31 Dec. 1889, 5)
CHRIST CHURCH (Anglican), Georgia Street at Burrard Street, begun 1889-90; completed 1894 (Vancouver Daily World, 15 March 1889, 1, descrip.; 31 Dec. 1889, 5); with cornerstone laying ceremony and completion in 1894 (Vancouver Daily World, 4 Aug. 1894, 7; H. Kalman, Exploring Vancouver, 1978, 106, illus.)
LEFEVRE BLOCK, Hastings Street at Seymour Street, for Dr. J.M. Lefevre, 1890 (Vancouver Daily World, 11 April 1890, 4, descrip.; H. Kalman, Exploring Vancouver, 1978, 88, illus.)
TEMPLETON BLOCK, Hastings Street at Carrall Street, commercial block for William Templeton, 1891 (Vancouver Daily World, 28 May 1891, 4)
BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA, Hastings Street at Richards Street, 1891-92; addition 1908 (Vancouver Daily World, 16 Oct. 1891, 8, descrip.; 31 Dec. 1892, 6, descrip.; 29 July 1893, 1, descrip.; C.R., ii, 21 Nov. 1891, 2, t.c.; xix, 25 March 1908, 22)
HUDSON'S BAY CO., Georgia Street at Granville Street, department store, 1892; demol. 1912 (Vancouver Daily World, 20 May 1891, 2, descrip.; 1 April 1892, 2, descrip.; C.A.B., viii, Jan. 1895, 11, with correction Feb. 1895, 20)
CORDOVA STREET, commercial block for George I. Wilson, 1892 (Vancouver Daily World, 15 March 1892, 8)
HASTINGS STREET, store for Abray & Gray, 1892 (Vancouver Daily World, 5 Aug. 1892, 5, t.c.)
HASTINGS STREET, block for W.E. Thomson, 1893 (Vancouver Daily World, 22 July 1893, 2, t.c.)
VANCOUVER CLUB, Hastings Street, 1892-93; demol. 1930 (Vancouver Daily World, 18 Aug. 1894, 3, illus. & descrip.; P. Bissley, History of the Vancouver Club, 1971, 13-19)
THE ARCADE, West Hastings Street near Cambie Street, for Harvey Haddon, 1894 (Vancouver Daily World, 19 May 1894, 8; C.R., v, 21 June 1894, 2)
HUDSON'S BAY CO. WAREHOUSE, Water Street, 1894; burned 1972; rebuilt (Vancouver Daily World, 30 Aug. 1894, 3, descrip.; D. Luxton, City of Vancouver: Statements of Significance for Gastown, 2004, 74)
TATLOW BLOCK, Hastings Street 'adjoining the Bank of British North America', 1894 (Vancouver Daily World, 18 Sept. 1894, 8)
BRACKMAN & KERR MILLING CO., West Hastings Street, warehouse, 1898 (C.R., ix, 9 March 1898, 2, t.c.)
WATER STREET, warehouse for the Estate of Hon. Theo Davies 'near the W.H. Malkin & Co. warehouse', 1898 (Province [Vancouver], 6 August 1898, 2, descrip.)
NORTH VANCOUVER MUNICIPAL HALL, 1st Street at Lonsdale Avenue, 1904 (North Vancouver, Minutes of Municipal Council, 6 July 1904)