Cox, Alfred Arthur

COX, Alfred Arthur (1873-1944)
(biography in preparation)

COX & AMOS

(works in Montreal unless noted)

ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST CHURCH, St. Urbain Street at Ontario Street, rood screen, 1893; new baptistry, 1894 (Gazette [ Montreal], 25 Dec. 1893, 3; Canadian Churchman [Toronto], 13 Sept. 1894, 535; Montreal, Les Eglises, 1981, 270)
MONTREAL HUNT CLUB HOUSE, Ste. Catherine Road, c. 1895 (C.A.B., xi, April 1898, 64; dwg. at NAC, Picture Coll., C 34209)
STE. CATHERINE STREET WEST, near Mansfield Street, commercial block for an unidentified client, 1895 (C.A.B., ix, Jan. 1896, 2-3, illus.)
STE. ANNE DE BELLEVUE, QUE., residence, stables and sheds for F.D. Shallow, 1896 (C.R., vii, 1 Oct. 1896, 3)
WESTMOUNT, residence for Robert J. Inglis, Claremont Avenue, 1896 (C.A.B., ix, Oct. 1896, 159)
WESTMOUNT, Church of the Advent, Wood Avenue, extensive alterations and improvements, 1896-97 (C.R., vii, 17 Dec. 1896, 2, descrip.; Montreal, Les Eglises, 1981, 2-3, illus.)
DORCHESTER STREET EAST, at Montcalm Street, new facade and alterations to residence for Hon. C.A. Geoffrion, 1897 (C.R., vii, 28 Jan. 1897, 3)
GRANBY, QUE., Victoria Memorial Hall, 1897 (C.R., viii, 10 June 1897, 2)
WATERLOO, QUE., new tower and spire for St. Luke's Anglican Church, 1898 (C.A.B., xi, April 1898, 64)
ST. JAMES THE APOSTLE ANGLICAN CHURCH, Ste. Catherine Street West at Bishop Street, extension at north end of church for bell chapel and sanctuary, 1899 (Montreal, Les Eglises, 1981, 246-9, illus.)
WESTMOUNT, St. Mathias Anglican Church, Cote St. Antoine Road at Church Hill Avenue, 1899; burned 1911 (C.R., x, 26 July 1899, 3)
QUEBEC CITY, QUE., St. Matthew's Anglican Church, St. Jean Street, extension and reconstruction of the chancel, 1899 (Canadian Churchman [Toronto], 26 Oct. 1899, 648, descrip.; L. Noppen et al, Quebec - trois siecles d'architecture, 1979, 173, illus.)
LENNOXVILLE, QUE., Bishop's College & School, new Dining Halls, Kitchen, addition to the Library, new lecture rooms, 1899 (Gazette [Montreal], 27 May 1899, 9, descrip.)
CANADIAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, Dorchester Street West, major alterations and improvements to office and club, 1899 (C.S.C.E. Report of Annual Meeting, 1901, xv, 42-7, illus. & descrip.)
SHERBROOKE, QUE., Stanstead & Sherbrooke Fire Insurance Co., Dufferin Street, c. 1899 (list of works in R.I.B.A. Application Form 20 Feb. 1900)
COTEAU, QUE., Soulanges Canal Electric Power House, 1899-1900 (Canadian Electrical News [Toronto], xii, June 1902, 93-4, illus. & descrip.; list of works in R.I.B.A. Application Form 20 Feb. 1900)
ST. HYACINTHE, QUE., Eastern Townships Bank, Girouard Street, c. 1899 (list of works in R.I.B.A. Application Form 20 Feb. 1900)
DUNHAM, QUE., restoration and additions to Dunham Ladies College, c. 1899 (list of works in R.I.B.A. Application Form 20 Feb. 1900)
GRANBY, QUE., Eastern Townships Bank, 1900 (C.R., xi, 21 March 1900, 3)
SHERBROOKE, QUE., St. Peter's Anglican Church, Dufferin Street at Terrill Street, 1900 (C.R., xi, 2 May 1900, 2; Canadian Churchman [Toronto], 4 Oct. 1900, 600-01; dwgs. in Canadian Architecture Coll., McGill Univ.)
SHERBROOKE, QUE., Opera House for Mr. Clement, 1900 (C.R., xi, 8 Aug. 1900, 2)
QUEBEC CITY, QUE., residence for John Hamilton, des Carrieres Street, 1902 (dwgs. at ANQ, Staveley Coll., 306)
OTTAWA, ONT., Christ Church Anglican Cathedral, Sparks Street near Bay Street, new Sunday School and Parish Hall, 1902-03 (R. Hubbard, A Short History of Christ Church Ottawa, 1972, 51, 53, illus.)
EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK, St. James Street at McGill Street, 1903 (C.R., xiv, 13 May 1903, 3)
RICHMOND, QUE., Eastern Townships Bank, 1903 (C.R., xiv, 12 Aug. 1903, 3-4)
HUNTINGDON, QUE., Eastern Townships Bank, 1903 (C.R., xiv, 12 Aug. 1903, 3-4)
FARNHAM, QUE., Eastern Townships Bank, 1904 (inf. from Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Archives, Toronto)
QUEBEC CITY, QUE., Jeffrey Hale Hospital, addition of the Mackenzie Memorial Pavillion, St. Cyrille Boulevard, 1904 (L. Noppen et al, Québec-trois siécles d'architecture, 1979, 369, illus.)
CRESCENT STREET, residence for R. A. Ross, 1904 (Le Prix Courant [Montreal], No. 21, 1904, 40)
CHAMPLAIN ROMAN CATHOLIC SCHOOL, Fullum Street near Logan Street, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 6 Sept. 1905, 2)
QUEBEC BANK, Ste. Catherine Street East at Amherst Street, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 27 Sept. 1905, 2)
ORMSTOWN, QUE., Eastern Townships Bank, 1905 (inf. from Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Archives, Toronto)
BRANDON, MAN., Bank of British North America, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 11 Oct. 1905, 1)
W.R. BROCK CO., Notre Dame Street West at St. Helen Street, extensive alterations to warehouse, 1906 (C.A.B., xix, Aug. 1906, 122)
QUEBEC CITY, QUE., Bank of Montreal, St. Peter Street at St. James Street, 1906 (L. Noppen et al, Québec Monumental 1890-1990, 80, illus.)
CREDIT FONCIER BUILDING, St. James Street at St. Lambert Hill, 1907 (C.A.B., xx, March 1907, 39; Builder [London], ci, 4 Aug. 1911, plate illus.)
MOUNTAIN STREET, residence for Louisa A. Boyer Amos, 1907 (Le Prix Courant, [Montreal] No. 37, 1907, 42; Montreal, Les Résidences, 1987, 81, illus.)
GRANBY, QUE., St. George's Anglican Church, Main Street, 1907-08 (Canadian Churchman [Toronto], 20 June 1907, 417; 29 Oct. 1908, 699-700, descrip.)
UNION BREWERY, Cadieux Street at Ontario Street, 1907 (C.R., xviii, 3 April 1907, 6)
EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK, St. James Street at McGill Street, 1909-10; altered 1960 (C.R., xxv, 20 Sept. 1911, 45, illus.; Builder [London], ci, 4 Aug. 1911, 123, illus.; Montreal, Les Banques, 1980, 98-101, illus.)
QUEBEC BANK, Notre Dame Street West at Atwater Street, 1909 (C.R., xxiii, 10 Feb. 1909, 22)
SHERBROOKE STREET WEST, near St. Mark Street, residence for Hon. Charles Archer, 1909 (Le Prix Courant [Montreal], No. 16, 1909, 44)
TRAFALGAR AVENUE, near Cote des Neiges Road, residence for John J. Murphy, 1909 (C.R., xxiii, 20 Oct. 1909, 22)

Works by L.A. AMOS (of COX & AMOS)

EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK, Ste. Catherine Street West at Crescent Street, 1910 (Montreal, Les Banques, 1980, 102-3, illus.)
COOKSHIRE, QUE., Eastern Townships Bank, 1911 (dwgs. at Bank of Montreal Head Office, Real Estate Div.)
MASSON STREET, at 5th Avenue, store and residence for H.J. Hague, 1912 (C.R., xxvi, 21 Feb. 1912, 67)
OUTREMONT, residence for Jules A. Duchastel, Dunlop Avenue, 1912 (Outremont b.p. 681, 10 Aug. 1912)
FIRE STATION NO. 25, Drummond Street, 1913 (C.R., xxvii, 27 Aug. 1913, 70; Montreal, Les Edifices Publics, 1981, 218-19, illus.)
SHERBROOKE, QUE., commercial office block for the Quebec Central Railway, Wellington Street, 1913 (C.R., xxvii, 19 Feb. 1913, 74)
OUTREMONT, residence for Charles H. Branchand, Dunlop Avenue, 1913 (Outremont b.p. 782, 7 May 1913)
POSTAL STATION H, Ste. Catherine Street West at Bishop Street, 1913-14 (Canada, Sessional Papers, 1915, No. 19, Report of the Chief Architect, 18; Montreal, Les Edifices Publics, 1981, 50-1, illus.)
WESTMOUNT, residence for R.C. Patton, Aberdeen Avenue, 1913 (C.R., xxvii, 9 July 1913, 71)
TROIS RIVIERES, QUE., Quebec Bank, Des Forges Street, 1917 (dwgs. at Royal Bank Head Office, Premises Div., Montreal)
THETFORD MINES, QUE., Quebec Bank, 1917 (dwgs. at Royal Bank Head Office, Premises Div., Montreal)

ALFRED A. COX

(works in Vancouver unless noted)

CARTER-COTTON BLOCK, Hastings Street West at Cambie Street, 1908-09 (C.R., xxii, 7 Oct. 1908, 26, t.c.; Vancouver Heritage Inventory Summary Report, 1986, 12, illus.)
(with Dalton & Eveleigh) GRAND ARCHWAY, Marian Street at Third Avenue, 1909 (Province [Vancouver], 6 July 1909, 1, illus. & descrip.)
DAILY PROVINCE BUILDING, Hastings Street West, near Abbott Street, 1910 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
CANADA LIFE BUILDING, Hastings Street West at Granville Street, 1910 (C.R., xxiv, 30 March 1910, 27)
FAIRMONT TELEPHONE EXCHANGE, for B.C. Telephone Co., 10th Avenue East at Prince Edward Street, 1910 (C.R., xxiv, 3 Aug. 1910, 25; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
VICTORIA, B.C., Union Bank, Government Street at Trounce Alley, 1912-13 (Vancouver & Victoria Architecturally, 1911, illus.; Daily Colonist [Victoria], 12 Jan. 1913, 3, descrip.; M. Segger & D. Franklin, Exploring Victoria's Architecture, 1996, 69, illus.)
EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK (later the Canadian Bank of Commerce), Kitsilano Branch, Fourth Avenue at Yew Street, 1911-12 (Province [Vancouver], 7 Oct. 1911, 45; 11 May 1912, 28, illus. & descrip.)
GIRL'S INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL, Cassiar Street at Barnard Street, Hastings Townsite, 1912 (Province [Vancouver], 27 July 1912, 22, illus. & descrip.; 24 Aug. 1912, 24, descrip.; Vancouver Heritage Inventory Summary Report, 1986, 53, illus.; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
SHAUGHNESSY HEIGHTS, mansion for William F. Salsbury, Angus Avenue, 1912 (Province [Vancouver], 31 Aug. 1912, 23, illus. & descrip.; Vancouver Heritage Inventory Summary Report, 1986, 65, illus.)
BURNABY PRISON FARM, Royal Oak Road, on the shore of Deer Lake, 1912 (Province [Vancouver], 21 Sept. 1912, 28, illus. & descrip.)
VANCOUVER GENERAL HOSPITAL, West 12th Avenue at Heather Street, Power House and Laundry, 1912; Central Wing, 1913; Morgue, 1914; Nurses Home, 1914 ; Isolation Hospital, 1914 (Vancouver General Hospital Annual Report, 1913, 21, illus.; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
VICTORIA, B.C., British American Trust Co., Fort Street, 1912 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 18 Oct. 1912, 7, descrip.; M. Segger & D. Franklin, Exploring Victoria's Architecture, 1996, 68-9, illus.)
VICTORIA, B.C., mansion for Hon. H.W. Bowser, Rockland Avenue, 1912 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 9 Nov. 1912, 5)
VICTORIA, B.C., Bank of Montreal, Government Street at Bastion Street, addition, 1913 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 13 March 1913, 7)
VICTORIA, B.C., Weiler Brothers Block, Douglas Street at Kane Street, 1913 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 5 Feb. 1913, 1; 16 March 1913, 7, illus.)
VICTORIA, B.C., Bank of Nova Scotia, Douglas Street at Yates Street, 1923 (C.R., xxxvii, 11 July 1923, 60; M. Segger & D. Franklin, Exploring Victoria's Architecture, 1996, 73, illus.)
GREAT WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION, Seymour Street, 1926 (C.R., xl, 26 May 1926, 174)
VANCOUVER WOMEN'S BUILDING, Thurlow Street, 1926; demol. (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
PRINCE RUPERT, B.C., Capitol Theatre, 3rd Avenue, 1927-28 (C.R., xli, 24 Aug. 1927, 79)
PRINCE RUPERT, B.C., Masonic Temple, 6th Avenue at McBride Street, 1931 (C.R., xlv, 14 Jan. 1931, 54)