Perrault, Henri Maurice

PERRAULT, Henri Maurice (1828-1903)
(biography in preparation)

(works in Montreal unless noted)

with John Ostell) OLD COURT HOUSE, Notre Dame Street East, 1850-56; altered 1890-94 (Montreal, Les Edifices Publics, 1981, 296-99, illus.; E. James, John Ostell - Architect, Surveyor, 1985, 72-4, 77-83, illus.)
(with John Ostell) LACHINE CANAL, Toll Collector's Office opposite Basin No. 1, 1851, demol. (La Minerve [Montreal], 30 Sept. 1851, 2, t.c.)
(with John Ostell) NOTRE-DAME-DE-NEIGES CEMETERY, Cote des Neiges, 1854 (La Minerve [Montreal], 10 Oct. 1854, 2, descrip.)
ST. PATRICK'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, Lagauchetiere Street near Beaver Hall, 1857 (dwgs. at ANQM, 310, dated 8 Sept. 1857)
ST. JACQUES ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, St. Denis Street near Ste. Catherine Street East, 1858 (dwgs. at ANQM, 337, dated 22 July 1858)
ST. JEAN, QUE., public building for the Baronie de Longueuil, 1858-59 (dwgs. at ANQM, 116, dated 22 Dec. 1858)
LOTBINIERE, QUE., lighthouse, 1860 (Gazette [Montreal], 16 July 1860, 2, t.c.)
PLACE D'ARMES, commercial block for Rev. Toupin, 1861 (Pilot [Montreal], 1 Feb. 1861, 2, descrip.)
THOMAS WILSON HARDWARE, St. Paul Street East at Jacques Cartier Square, 1862 (Montreal, Les Magasins Les Cinemas, 1985, 146-8, illus.)
LAGAUCHETIERE STREET, houses for C.S. Cherrier, 1862 (ANQM, Greffe Belle, 19960, 20 March 1862)
ST. EUSTACHE, QUE., villa for Charles Globensky, 1862 (Revue Agricole [Montreal], ii, Nov. 1862, 55-64, illus. & descrip.)
POINTE AUX TREMBLES, QUE., lighthouse, 1862 (dwgs. at ANQM, CN/601/135, 18016)
CENTRAL FIRE STATION, Craig Street at Chenneville Street, 1863 (Montreal Herald, 6 Feb. 1863, 2, t.c.; 14 Jan. 1864, 2; Montreal Daily Transcript, 10 Nov. 1863, 2, descrip.)
ISLE AUX RAISINS, Lake St. Peter, Que., high light house, 1863 (dwgs. at ANQM, CN/601/135, 20209)
ST. PAUL STREET, commercial block for Hon. Charles Wilson occupied by Alex Robertson & Co. and by Thomas May, 1863 (Montreal Daily Transcript, 19 Nov. 1863, 2, descrip.)
LACHINE, QUE., boarding school for the Sisters of Ste. Anne, 1864; addition 1875 (inf. from Raymonde Gauthier, Montreal)
SHERBROOKE STREET, residence for Joseph Duhamel, 1864 (Montreal Herald, 3 Dec. 1864, 2)
UPPER PEEL STREET, residence for Francois Leclaire, 1864 (Montreal Herald, 3 Dec. 1864, 2, descrip.)
ST. PAUL STREET, two warehouses for Jean Guy of Longue Point, 1864 (Montreal Herald, 3 Dec. 1864, 2)
NOTRE DAME STREET WEST, two stores for Charles Alexander, 1864 (Montreal Herald, 3 Dec. 1864, 2, descrip.; 22 March 1867, Supplement, 4, illus. & descrip.)
OTTAWA STREET, in Griffintown, a children's school 'for the fathers of the Seminary of Montreal', 1864 (Montreal Herald, 3 Dec. 1864, 2, descrip.)
ACADEMY ST. DENIS, St. Denis Street at Ste. Catherine Street near Viger Avenue, 1865 (Montreal Herald, 19 Dec. 1865, 1, descrip.; Montreal, Les Couvents, 1984, 6-9, illus.)
ST. FAMILLE STREET, residence for James O'Heir, 1865 (Montreal Herald, 19 Dec. 1865, 1)
NOTRE DAME STREET, at Gosford Street, three stores for Come S. Cherrier, and improvements to the old Commercial Building adjacent, 1865 (Montreal Herald, 19 Dec. 1865, 1, descrip.)
JOHN PRATT & CO., St. Paul Street at St. Eloi Street, 1865 (Montreal Herald, 19 Dec. 1865, 1, descrip.)
JACQUES CARTIER SQUARE, hotel for Amable Prevost, 1865 (Montreal Herald, 19 Dec. 1865, 1, descrip.)
l'ISLET, QUE., Lighthouse, 1865 (dwgs. at the Canadian Centre for Architecture, DR 1981, 039)
PORT ST. FRANCIS, on Lake St. Peter, lighthouse, 1865 (dwgs. at ANQM, CN/601/135, 24703)
ST. DENIS-SUR-RICHELIEU, QUE., convent for the Congregation Notre Dame, 1866 (inf. Raymonde Gauthier, Montreal)
ISLE AUX PRUNES, opposite Vercheres, Que., lighthouse, 1866 (dwgs. at Canadian Centre for Architecture, DR 1981, 039)
ISLE AUX RAISINS, QUE., a movable lighthouse, 1867 (dwgs. at Canadian Centre for Architecture, DR 1981, 041)
JACQUES CARTIER SQUARE, two stores for Serafino Giraldi, facing Notre Dame Street, 1867 (Montreal Herald, 22 March 1867, Supplement, 6)
JACQUES CARTIER SQUARE, at St. Amable Street, commercial block with four shops for Come S. Cherrier, 1867 (Montreal Herald, 22 March 1867, Supplement, 6)
BASTICAN, QUE., low light house for Trinity House, Montreal, 1867 (dwgs. at Canadian Centre for Architecture, 1867, DR 1981, 042)
UNIVERSITY STREET, two houses for Charles Scholes, 1867 (Montreal Herald, 22 March 1867, Supplement, 6, descrip.)
NOTRE DAME STREET WEST, commercial block for John and Thomas Caverhill, 1867 (Montreal Herald, 22 March 1867, Supplement, 6, illus. & descrip.)
VIGER SQUARE, residence for F.F. Sincennes, 1867 (Montreal Herald, 7 Dec. 1867, 2, descrip.)
DORCHESTER STREET WEST, residence for J.B. Auger 'on the Priest's Farm, opposite the residence for Hon. C. Wilson', 1867 (Montreal Herald, 7 Dec. 1867, 2)
POINTE CLAIRE, QUE., Couvent de la Pointe Claire, St. Joachim Street, 1867-68 (Montreal, Les Couvents, 1984, 76-7, illus.)
CENTRAL FIRE STATION, Craig Street, reconstruction after a fire, 1868 (Montreal Herald, 18 Aug. 1868, 3, t.c.)
VILLA MARIA CONVENT, Decarie Boulevard at Brillon Avenue, addition of east wing with chapel, 1868-70; Mother House, 1877 (Gazette [Montreal], 24 Sept. 1877, 4, descrip.; Montreal, Les Couvents, 1984, 370-77, illus.)
GRAND SEMINAIRE DE MONTREAL, Sherbrooke Street West, construction of the east wing for College de Montreal, 1868-71: west wing and addition of mansard roof to existing building, 1875-77 (Montreal Herald, 28 Nov. 1870, 1; Montreal, Les Couvents, 1984, 140-55, illus.)
HENRY BEAUDRY BLOCK, Notre Dame Street West near St. Laurent Boulevard, 1869 (Montreal, Les Magasins Les Cinemas, 1985, 6-8, illus.)
ST. HUBERT, QUE., convent for the Sisters of the Good Shepherd, 1870 (inf. Raymonde Gauthier, Montreal)
LACHINE CANAL, workshop and warehouse for J.B. Auger, opposite the shipyard of A. Cantin, 1870 (Montreal Herald, 28 Nov. 1870, 1)
UNION AVENUE, residence for Paul M. Galarneau, 1870 (Montreal Herald, 28 Nov. 1870, 1)
ST. JAMES STREET, store for James Baylis, 1870 (Montreal Herald, 28 Nov. 1870, 1)
NOTRE DAME STREET WEST, near St. John Street, reconstruction of stores for John Carlisle and others after the fire of August 1870 (Montreal Herald, 28 Nov. 1870, 1)
ST. FRANCOIS XAVIER STREET, commercial block of four buildings erected by the Seminary of Montreal 'suitable for insurance offices and banking houses', 1870 (Montreal Herald, 28 Nov. 1870, 1, descrip.)
CHAMP DE MARS STREET, at Gosford Street, four stores for Come S. Cherrier, 1870 (Montreal Herald, 28 Nov. 1870, 1)
DUBORD STREET, residence for the architect, facing Viger Square, 1870 (Montreal Herald, 28 Nov. 1870, 1, descrip.)
FOGARTY BROTHERS, St. Laurent Boulevard at Ste. Catherine Street, commercial block, 1870 (Montreal Herald, 28 Nov. 1870, 1)
ST. FAMILLE STREET, residence for James O'Heir, 1870 (Montreal Herald, 28 Nov. 1870, 1)
STE. CATHERINE STREET WEST, at St. Philip Street, residence for Dr. Louis G. Turgeon, 1870 (Montreal Herald, 28 Nov. 1870, 1)
STE. CATHERINE STREET WEST, residence for Thomas Leeming, 1870 (Montreal Herald, 28 Nov. 1870, 1, descrip.)
ST. ANTOINE STREET, residence for the Pare Estate, 1870 (Montreal Herald, 28 Nov. 1870, 1, descrip.)
TERREBONNE, QUE., major addition to Masson College, 1871 (Le Journal de Quebec [Montreal], 10 April 1871, 3)
NICOLET, QUE., St. Jean Baptiste Roman Catholic Cathedral, 1871-73 (Le Journal de Quebec [Montreal], 6 Feb. 1871, 2)
CHRISTIAN BROTHERS SCHOOL, Cotte Street at Lagauchetiere Street, major addition, 1872 (inf. Raymonde Gauthier, Montreal)
JACQUES CARTIER BANK, St. James Street facing Place d'Armes, 1872-73 (La Minerve [Montreal], 5 Oct. 1872, 2; Canadian Illustrated News, vii, 7 June 1873, 354, 357, illus.)
VICTOR HUDON COTTON MILL CO., Mill Street at Hochelaga Street, 1872-74 (Gazette [Montreal], 16 Feb. 1874, 1, descrip.; Canadian Illustrated News, ix, 28 Feb. 1874, 132, 139, illus. & descrip.)
BANQUE DU PEUPLE, St. James Street near Place d'Armes, 1873 (Montreal, Les Banques, 1980, 78-9, illus.)
CANADIAN RUBBER CO., Ste. Marie Street near Cote St. Paul Road, factory, 1873 (dwgs. at ANQM, No. 1897, 30 Sept. 1873)
ST. DIZIER STREET, at des Bresoles Street, 'Block No. 4', a commercial block of shops and warehouses for the Religieuses Hospitalieres de St. Joseph, 1873-74 (Montreal, Les Magasins Les Cinémas, 1985, 109-10, illus.)
TROIS RIVIERES, QUE., Post Office & Custom House, Notre Dame Street, 1873; burned 1908 (Canada, Sessional Papers, 1875, No. 7, Appendix 19, 126, descrip.; R. Gauthier, Trois Rivieres disparue, 1978, 58-61, illus.)
MONTREAL POST OFFICE, St. James Street at St. Francois Xavier Street, 1873-74; demol. (Montreal Herald, 14 July 1873, 2; Canadian Illustrated News, viii, 26 July 1873, 53, 55, illus. & descrip.; Canada, Sessional Papers, 1873, No. 2, Appendix 18, 127-28, descrip.; Gazette [Montreal], 9 Oct. 1876, 4, descrip.; L. d'Iberville-Moreau, Lost Montreal, 1975, 116-17, illus.)
(with Alexander C. Hutchison) MONTREAL CITY HALL, Notre Dame Street East, 1874-78; burned 1922, rebuilt 1922-26 (Canadian Patent Office Record & Mechanics Magazine, i, Dec. 1873, 271, illus.; Gazette [Montreal], 15 Jan. 1877, 4, descrip.; Canadian Illustrated News, xvii, 19 Jan. 1878, 40, illus.; Montreal, Les Edifices Publics, 1981, 110-15, illus.; H. Kalman, History of Canadian Architecture, 1994, 562-3, illus. & descrip.)
MATTHEW STREET, on the Priest's Farm, row of six houses, 1875 (Gazette [Montreal], 20 Feb. 1875, 2, t.c.)
LACHINE, QUE., Christian Brothers School, 1875 (inf. Raymonde Gauthier, Montreal)
POLICE STATION, Kempt Street, 1875 (Gazette [Montreal], 10 Nov. 1875, 3, descrip.)
STE. ANNE-DE-BELLEVUE, QUE., Roman Catholic Church, Ste. Anne Street, completion of the interior, 1875 (Montreal, Les Eglises, 1981, 408-09, illus.)
POLICE STATION, Ontario Street at Beaudry Street, 1876 (Gazette [Montreal], 4 Feb. 1876, 3, t.c.)
POLICE STATION, Grand Trunk Street at Seigneurs Street, 1876 (Gazette [Montreal], 5 May 1876, 3, t.c.)
OKA, QUE., Roman Catholic Church, 1879 (inf. Raymonde Gauthier, Montreal)
TERREBONNE, QUE., the Masson Bridge, 1885 (dwgs. at ANQM, 1388, dated 12 Aug. 1885)