Darling, Frank

DARLING, Frank (1850-1923)
(biography in preparation)

FRANK DARLING

(works in Toronto unless noted)

ST. MATTHAIS ANGLICAN CHURCH, Bellwoods Avenue at Robinson Street, new Chapel School, 1873 (Mail [Toronto], 1 Sept. 1873, 4, 6 Jan. 1874, 4, descrip.)
ST. THOMAS ANGLICAN CHURCH, Bathurst Street at Wells Street, 1874-75; relocated to Huron Street at Sussex Street, 1882; moved again to Dufferin Street at Eglinton Avenue West, 1892; demol. (Dominion Churchman [Toronto], 7 Feb. 1878, 65; J.R. Robertson, Landmarks of Toronto, 1904, iv, 69-72, illus. & descrip.; Household of God: A Parish History of St. Thomas's Anglican Church, Toronto, 1993, 7-8, 162-4, illus.)
ST. GEORGE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH, John Street, new furniture in nave and choir, 1876; burned 1955 (Dominion Churchman, [Toronto], 16 Nov. 1876, 176)
TRINITY COLLEGE, Queen Street West at Strachan Avenue, new Convocation Hall, 1876; Chapel, 1882-83 by Darling & Curry; West Wing, 1889-90 by Darling & Curry; East Wing, 1894 by Darling, Sproatt & Pearson; Gates and iron fence, 1904 by Darling & Pearson; all demolished in 1956 (Globe [Toronto], 29 July 1876, 7, t.c.; Mail [Toronto] 5 Oct. 1882, 8, descrip.; Evangelical Churchman [Toronto], 7 June 1883, 54, descrip.; Empire [Toronto], 23 Nov. 1889, 9, descrip.; Toronto Daily Mail, 18 June 1894, 5, descrip.; Thomas A. Reed, History of the University of Trinity College 1852-1952, 79, 103; W. Dendy, Lost Toronto, 1978, 122-7, illus. & descrip.)
GLEN STEWART CRESCENT, near Kingston Road, residence for Rev. William S. Darling, c. 1876 (M. Cambell & B. Myrvold, The Beach in Pictures 1793-1932, 1988, 30-31, illus.)
HUNTLEY STREET, near Selby Street, residence for James T. Boyd, 1876 (Globe [Toronto], 4 Dec. 1876, 3)
HUNTLEY STREET, near Isabella Street, residence for Beauford H. Vidal, 1876 (Globe [Toronto], 4 Dec. 1876, 3)
PORT HOPE, ONT., Trinity College School, alterations and improvements to the Chapel, 1877, 1883; Gymnasium, 1891, burned February 1895; rebuilding of Chapel and School, 1895-96, Principal's Residence, 1898, burned 1928 (Dominion Churchman [Toronto], 25 Oct. 1877, 511-12, descrip.; 25 Oct. 1883, 667; Canadian Churchman [Toronto], 16 July 1896, 457, 459-60, descrip.; C.A.B., i, April 1888, illus.; xi, Sept. 1898, illus.; W.A. Craick, Port Hope Historical Sketches, 1901, 96-7, illus.)
BRAMPTON, ONT., High School, 1877 (Globe [Toronto], 5 March 1877, 4, t.c.)
(with William T. Thomas) MONTREAL, QUE., St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church, Ontario Street at St. Urbain Street, 1877-79 (Church of St. John the Evangelist 1878-1928, 45; Montreal, Les Eglises, 1981, 268-75, illus.)
HOME FOR INCURABLES, Dunn Avenue, 1879-80; West Wing 1885; demol. 1979 (Mail [Toronto], 13 Dec. 1880, 8, descrip.; Globe [Toronto], 28 Oct. 1885, 2, t.c.; W. Dendy, Lost Toronto, 1993, 172-3, illus.)
OSHAWA, ONT., St. George's Anglican Church, new Schoolhouse, 1880 (Evangelical Churchman [Toronto], 28 Oct. 1880, 393, descrip.)
ST. LUKE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH, Bay Street at St. Joseph Street, 1881-82; demol. 1930 (Mail [Toronto], 20 Nov. 1880, 2, descrip.; Dominion Churchman [Toronto], 20 April 1882, 186, descrip.; R.A.I.C. Journal, i, April-June 1924, 39, illus.)

DARLING & CURRY

TORONTO ISLAND, Club House for the Royal Canadian Yacht Club, 1880-81 (Globe [Toronto], 10 Sept. 1880, 3, t.c.; W. Dendy. Lost Toronto, 1993, 44, illus.)
COLLEGE STREET, near Yonge Street, residence for Lucius O'Brien, 1881; demol. 1984 (inf. Toronto Historical Board)
SIMCOE, ONT., Trinity Anglican Church, 1882-83 (Free Press [London], 28 Oct. 1882, 3, descrip.)
PETLEY & PETLEY STORE, King Street East near Jarvis Street, 1882-83 (Telegram [Toronto], 23 Dec. 1882, 5, t.c.)
PERTH, ONT., St. James Anglican Church, new spire, facade and alterations, 1883 (Perth Courier, 22 June 1883, 2, descrip.; Dominion Churchman [Toronto], 31 May 1883, 343; 13 Aug. 1885, 518, descrip.)
CHURCH OF THE ASCENSION, Richmond Street West near York Street, extensive interior alterations, 1884 ; demol. (J.R. Robertson, Landmarks of Toronto, 1904, iv, 61-2, illus. & descrip.)
BANK OF MONTREAL, Yonge Street at Front Street West, 1885-86 (Globe [Toronto], 21 May 1886, 2, illus. & descrip.; Mail [Toronto], 31 May 1887, 6, descrip.; W. Dendy & W. Kilbourn, Toronto Observed, 1986, 112-14, illus. & descrip.; Money Matters-A Critical Look at Bank Architecture, 1990, 62-3, 128-9, illus.)
ANGLICAN SEE HOUSE, Howland Avenue, adjacent to St. Alban the Martyr Anglican Church [and now Royal St. George's Anglican College], 1885-86 (Telegram [Toronto], 13 May 1885, 4, t.c.; The Globe [Toronto], 15 May 1885, 5, t.c.; inf. Jonathan Lofft, Toronto)
HOLY TRINITY ANGLICAN CHURCH, Trinity Square, new Schoolhouse, 1887 (Toronto World, 6 Feb. 1888, 1, descrip.)
HAMILTON, ONT., Church of the Ascension, John Street South, reconstruction after the fire in January 1887, 1887-88 (M. Farmer, Church of the Ascension-A Short History, 1950, 11)
COLLEGE STREET, at McCaul Street, residence for Nathaniel Pearson, 1887 (Telegram [Toronto], 25 Feb. 1887, 3, t.c.)
PARK SCHOOL, St. David's Street near Sackville Street, 1887; demol. (Annual Report of the Inspector of Public Schools in Toronto, 1887, Appendix, 18)
BLOOR STREET WEST, near Yonge Street, residence for John Foy, 1887 (G.M. Adam, Toronto Old And New, 1891, 146, illus.)
ST. JOHN'S HOSPITAL, Major Street near College Street, 1888; addition for a chapel, 1892; hospital demol. 1998; chapel restored 2012 and now called Kensington Hospice (Dominion Churchman [Toronto], 29 March 1888, 199; Toronto World, 2 June 1888, 3, descrip.; C.R., iii, 6 Aug. 1892, 1, t.c.; R. Longley, "Kensington Hospice", in ACORN [Toronto], xxxix, No. 1, Spring 2014, 11-12, illus. & descrip.)
ALMONTE, ONT., St. Paul's Anglican Church, enlargement and alterations, 1887 (Dominion Churchman [Toronto], 16 Feb. 1888, 103; C.A.B., i, Aug. 1888, illus.)
NEW HAMBURG, ONT., Anglican Church, 1888 (Free Press [London], 8 Dec. 1887, 8; Dominion Churchman [Toronto], 31 May 1888, 343-4)
TORONTO CLUB, Wellington Street West at York Street, 1888-89; addition 1912 (Globe [Toronto], 18 April 1888, 5, t.c.; Toronto World, 26 June 1889, 1, descrip.; W. Dendy & W. Kilbourn, Toronto Observed, 1986, 126-8, illus. & descrip.)
ST. JAMES ANGLICAN CATHEDRAL, King Street East at Church Street, removal of galleries over side aisles, new lectern and alterations, 1888 (Dominion Churchman [Toronto], 7 June 1888, 359; 6 March 1890, 152)
ROBERT McCAUSLAND & CO., King Street West near Bay Street, new store, 1888; demol. (C.A.B., i, Aug. 1888, illus.)
COBOURG, ONT., St. Peter's Anglican Church, new Sunday School and alterations to church, 1888 (inf. Local Architectural Conservation Advisory Committee, Cobourg)
PERTH, ONT., residence for John A. McLaren, 1889 (C.A.B., ii, Dec. 1889, 143)
KINGSTON, ONT., St. George's Anglican Cathedral, Wellington Street, Parish Hall and alterations to church, 1889-91 (A. Anderson, The Anglican Churches of Kingston, 1963, 31; Historic Kingston, xxiv, March 1976, 41)
HOSPITAL FOR SICK CHILDREN, College Street at Elizabeth Street, 1889-91 (Telegram [Toronto], 22 April 1889, 1, t.c.; Toronto World, 26 Dec. 1890, 2, illus. & descrip.; Globe [Toronto], 2 May 1891, illus. & descrip.; C.A.B., v, April 1892, illus.; Annmarie Adams, Medicine by Design: The Architect and the Modern Hospital 1893-1943, 2008, 55-7, illus. & descrip.)
WEST TORONTO JUNCTION, factory for Barnum Wire & Iron Co., 1890-91 (C.R., i, 29 Nov. 1890, 2)
DOMINION BANK, College Street at Spadina Avenue, 1890-91; addition 1902; demol. (C.R., i, 29 Nov. 1890, 2, descrip.)
SMITHS FALLS, ONT., St. John's Anglican Church, 1893-94 (Rideau Record [Smiths Falls], 1 May 1890, 4; 17 May 1894, 1, descrip.; C.A.B., iii, April 1890, illus.)
ROSEDALE, in Toronto, residence for an unidentified client, 1890 (C.A.B., iii, July 1890, illus.)
NORTH STREET, residence for the architect Samuel G. Curry, 1890 (C.A.B., iii, Dec. 1890, illus.)

DARLING CURRY SPROATT & PEARSON

TORONTO ISLAND, Lakeside Home for Sick Children, major addition and alterations, 1891 (Globe [Toronto], 9 May 1891, 2, illus. & descrip.; Mail [Toronto], 16 Jan. 1892, Supplement, 1, illus. & descrip.; W. Dendy, Lost Toronto, 1978, 28-9, illus.)
PRINCE ARTHUR AVENUE, near Huron Street, residence for William Ince, 1891-92 (C.R., ii, 7 Nov. 1891, 2)
BRANDON, MAN., Imperial Bank, 1891-92 (Brandon Mail, 7 Jan. 1892, 1, descrip.)
ST. MARY MAGDALENE ANGLICAN CHURCH, Ulster Street at Manning Avenue, designed 1892; completed by Darling & Pearson 1907-08 (C.A.B., v, Oct. 1892, illus.; Daily Mail & Empire [Toronto], 19 Dec. 1896, Section Two, 6, illus. & descrip.; Canadian Churchman [Toronto], 21 May 1908, 349-50, illus. & descrip.)
LINDSAY, ONT., Dominion Bank, 1892 (C.R., iii, 16 April 1892, 2)
CARLETON STREET, at Church Street, residence for Mrs. Catherine Cameron, c. 1893 (C.A.B., vi, May 1893, illus.)

DARLING SPROATT & PEARSON

KEMPENFELT BAY, ONT., 'Ladywood', a mansion for Herbert E.H. Vernon, 20th Sideroad north of the 13th Concession, facing Lake Simcoe (J.A.H. Vernon, Ladywood 1892-1992, 1992, 14-17, plates 27-39, illus.)
IMPERIAL BANK, Wellington Street East at Leader Lane, new addition and alterations to existing building, 1893-94; demol. c. 1940 (C.R., iv, 8 June 1893, 1, t.c.; C.A.B., viii, Jan. 1895, 8-11, illus.)
BELLEVILLE, ONT., St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Church Street, reconstruction after the fire and new addition, 1895 (C.A.B., viii, Jan. 1895, illus.; Belleville Weekly Intelligencer, 21 Nov. 1895, 3, illus. & descrip.)
ELMSLEY PLACE, near St. Joseph Street, residence for Andrew D. Patterson, 1895; demol. (C.A.B., viii, April 1895, illus.; x, Feb. 1897, illus.)
YARKER, ONT., St. Anthony Anglican Church, Camden Parish, 1895-96 (Canadian Churchman [Toronto], 30 Jan. 1896, 72, descrip.)
LISTOWEL, ONT., Christ Church (Anglican), 1897-97 (Listowel Banner, 6 Aug. 1896, 4, descrip.; Canadian Churchman [Toronto], 3 June 1897, 344-5, descrip.)
MADISON AVENUE, near Lowther Avenue, residence for George Ross, 1896 (Toronto b.p. 3238, 17 July 1896)

DARLING & PEARSON

(Banks in Toronto)

BANK OF COMMERCE, Yonge Street at Bloor Street West, 1898-99; demol. 1972 (C.A.B., xiv, May 1901, illus.; E. Arthur, Toronto No Mean City, 1964, 218, illus.)
BANK OF COMMERCE, Queen Street West at Bathurst Street, 1901 (C.A.B., xiv, Dec. 1901, illus.)
BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA, King Street West near Jordan Street, 1902; addition 1907, demol. 1969 (C.A.B., xv, Dec. 1902, illus.; W. Dendy, Lost Toronto, 1978, 96-7, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at Bank of Nova Scotia Archives, Toronto)
(with Robert J. Edwards) CANADA PERMANENT & MORTGAGE CORP., Toronto Street, offices, 1903 (C.A.B., xvi, June 1903, 96, illus. & descrip.)
METROPOLITAN BANK, Dundas Street West at Ossington Avenue, 1903 (C.R., xiv, 25 March 1903, 1, t.c.)
DOMINION BANK, Yonge Street at Cottingham Street, 1904 (Toronto b.p. 763, 25 June 1904)
BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA, Dundas Street West at Brock Avenue, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 10 May 1905, 2; dwgs. at Bank of Nova Scotia Archives, Toronto)
BANK OF COMMERCE, Parliament Street at Carlton Street, 1905 (C.R., xv, 22 Feb. 1905, 1, t.c.)
BANK OF COMMERCE, Dundas Street West near Keele Street, Toronto Junction, 1905 (C.R., xv, 22 Feb. 1905, 1, t.c.)
BANK OF COMMERCE, Queen Street West near Dunn Avenue, 1905 (C.A.B., xix, Feb. 1906, 30, illus.; C.R., xxv, 8 March 1911, 148, illus. in advert.)
BANK OF COMMERCE, College Street at Spadina Avenue, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 12 April 1905, 2, t.c.; C.R., xxv, 8 March 1911, 148, illus. in advert.)
IMPERIAL BANK, Yonge Street at Bloor Street East, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 31 May 1905, 1, t.c.)
BANK OF COMMERCE, Yonge Street near Queen Street, 1905 (C.A.B., xix, Feb. 1906, illus.)
BANK OF COMMERCE, Queen Street East at Grant Street, 1905 (Toronto b.p. 2292, 18 Oct. 1905)
IMPERIAL BANK, King Street West near Spadina Avenue, 1906 (Toronto b.p. 3058, 8 March 1906)
DOMINION BANK, Queen Street East at Broadview Avenue, 1906; demol. (Toronto b.p. 4649, 18 July 1906)
BANK OF COMMERCE, King Street East at Jarvis Street, 1907 (C.R., xviii, 24 April 1907, 8)
IMPERIAL BANK, King Street East at Sherbourne Street, 1907 (C.R., xviii, 9 Oct. 1907, 4)
METROPOLITAN BANK, Queen Street East at Lee Avenue, 1908 (Toronto b.p. 11015, 13 May 1908)
BANK OF MONTREAL, Yonge Street at Queen Street East, 1909-10; addition 1920; interiors altered 2001-02 (C.R., xxiii, 10 March 1909, 26; Const., iii, Aug. 1910, 49-51, illus.)
BANK OF COMMERCE, College Street at Dovercourt Road, 1909 (Toronto b.p.15124, 7 May 1909)
METROPOLITAN BANK, Broadview Avenue at Danforth Ave., 1909; demol. (C.R., xxiii, 2 June 1909, 22, t.c.)
BANK OF COMMERCE, Gerrard Street at Pape Avenue, 1909 (Toronto b.p. 16398, 15 July 1909)
METROPLITAN BANK, Queen Street West at Lansdowne Avenue, 1909 (C.R., xxiii, 11 Aug. 1909, 23, t.c.)
STANDARD BANK, King Street West at Jordan Street, 1909-10; demol. (Const., iv, Oct. 1911, 48-52, illus. & descrip.; Builder [London], civ, 24 Jan. 1913, 104, illus.)
UNION BANK, King Street West at Bay Street, 1910; demol. (Const., iv, March 1911, 46, illus.; v, Jan. 1912, 62, illus.; C.R., xxv, 30 Aug. 1911, 46-7, illus. & descrip.; Builder [London], ciii, 2 Aug. 1912, 139-40, illus. & descrip.; Building News [London], cix, 22 Sept. 1915, 320 and plate illus.)
BANK OF MONTREAL, Queen Street East at Broadview Avenue, c. 1910 (dwgs. at Bank of Montreal, Premises Dept., Toronto)
BANK OF COMMERCE, Bloor Street West at Dufferin Street, 1910 (C.R., xxiv, 19 Jan. 1910, 24, t.c.)
IMPERIAL BANK, Queen Street West at Roncesvalles Avenue, 1910 (C.R., xxiv, 27 July 1910, 27, t.c.)
IMPERIAL BANK, Bloor Street West at Dundas Street West, 1910 (Toronto b.p. 22922, 26 Aug. 1910)
UNION BANK, Queen Street West near Roncesvalles Avenue, 1912 (Toronto b.p. 33883, 13 May 1912)
METROPOLITAN BANK, College Street at Bathurst Street, 1913; altered 1978 (Toronto b.p. 1672, 9 Jan. 1913; dwgs. at Bank of Nova Scotia Archives)
DOMINION BANK, King Street West at Yonge Street, 1913-14 (Const., vii, Dec. 1914, 424-55, illus. & descrip.; Builder [London], cvi, 17 April 1914, 476, illus. & descrip.; Architecture [New York], xxxii, Nov. 1915, 280, with plate illus.; W. Dendy & W. Kilbourn, Toronto Observed, 1986, 170-1, illus. & descrip.; Globe [Toronto], 14 Nov. 1914, 16, descrip.)
IMPERIAL BANK, Queen Street East at Yonge Street, 1914 (C.R., xxviii, 25 Feb. 1914, 78; dwgs. at Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce Archives, Toronto)
DOMINION BANK, Yonge Street at St. Clair Avenue East, 1917; demol. (Toronto b.p. 12666, 14 June 1917)
DOMINION BANK, Yonge Street at Hayden Street, 1919; demol. (Const., xiv, Dec. 1921, 374, illus.)
MERCHANTS BANK, King Street West at Yonge Street, 1919-20; demol. (Const., xiv, Sept. 1921, 256-59, illus. & descrip.)
DOMINION BANK, Bay Street at Queen Street West, 1919; demol. (Const., xiv, Dec. 1921, 373, illus.)
BANK OF MONTREAL, Cherry Street at Villiers Street, 1920 (Const., xiv, Dec. 1921, 371-2, illus.)

(Bank outside Toronto)

WINNIPEG, MAN., Bank of Commerce, Main Street near Lombard Avenue, 1899-1900; facade dismantled 1913 and reassembled on Scarth Street in Regina, Sask. by Victor Horsburgh (C.A.B., xii, March 1899, illus.; xiv, Nov. 1901, illus.; Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 25 Oct. 1900, 7, illus. & descrip.; C.R., xxvii, 17 Dec. 1913, 56-7, illus. descrip.; Winnipeg, Monuments to Finance, i, 1980, 31-3, illus. & descrip.)
WINNIPEG, MAN., Dominion Bank, Main Street at McDermot Avenue, 1899-1900; demol. 1968 (C.A.B., xiv, Oct. 1901, illus.)
PARIS, ONT., Bank of Commerce, 1901 (C.R., xii, 20 March 1901, 2)
HAMILTON, ONT., Trader's Bank, King Street West near James Street North, 1901; demol. (C.R., xii, 20 March 1901, 3)
WIARTON, ONT., Bank of Commerce, 1902 (C.R., xiii, 16 July 1902, 1, t.c.)
COLLINGWOOD, ONT., Bank of Commerce, Hurontario Street, 1902 (Collingwood Bulletin, 7 Aug. 1902, 8, descrip.; C.R., xiii, 27 Aug. 1902, 2)
HALIFAX, N.S., Bank of Nova Scotia, Hollis Street, 1903 (dwgs. at Bank of Nova Scotia Archives, Toronto)
SYDNEY, N.S., Bank of Commerce, 1903 (C.R., xiv, 6 May 1903, 6)
WINNIPEG, MAN., Union Bank, Main Street at William Street, 1903-04 (C.A.B., xvii, Sept. 1904, illus.; Nov. 1904, 189, descrip.; Western Architect [Minneapolis], xi, May 1908, illus.; Winnipeg, Monuments to Finance, ii, 1982, 33-40, 114, illus. & descrip.; Winnipeg, 1992-1993 The Year Past, 1995, 53-58, illus. & descrip.)
ORANGEVILLE, ONT., Bank of Commerce, 1904 (C.R., xiv, 30 Dec. 1903, 1, t.c.)
MEDICINE HAT, ALTA., Bank of Commerce, 1904 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 11 Feb. 1904, 2, t.c.)
PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, MAN., Bank of Commerce, 1904 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 11 Feb., 1904, 2, t.c.)
MIDDLETON, N.S., Bank of Commerce, 1904 (dwgs. at Bank of Nova Scotia Archives, Toronto)
AYR, ONT., Bank of Commerce, 1904 (Free Press [London], 14 July 1904, 5, t.c.)
FORT WILLIAM, ONT., Bank of Commerce, 1905 (C.R., xv, 25 Jan. 1905, 4)
PORT ARTHUR, ONT., Bank of Commerce, Arthur Street at Cumberland Street, 1905 (C.R., xv, 1 March 1905, 4)
NIAGARA FALLS, ONT., Bank of Commerce, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 19 April 1905, 1, t.c.)
PRINCE ALBERT, SASK., Bank of Commerce, King Street at River Street, 1905 (dwgs. at C.I.B.C. Archives, Toronto)
SWAN RIVER, MAN., Bank of Commerce, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 19 April 1905, 6, t.c.)
INDIAN HEAD, MAN., Union Bank, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 31 May 1905, 5, t.c.)
LONDON, ONT., Bank of Commerce, Dundas Street at Richmond Street, 1905 (Free Press [London], 12 April 1905, 1, descrip.; 14 April 1905, 6, illus.; C.A.B., xix, March 1906, iv, illus. in advert.)
EDMONTON, ALTA., Bank of Commerce, Jasper Avenue East, 1905 (C.A.B., xviii, Oct. 1905, 133, descrip., and illus.)
ESSEX, ONT., Imperial Bank, 1906 (C.R., xvi, 13 Dec. 1905, 1, t.c.)
BRANDON, MAN., Bank of Commerce, Rosser Avenue at Tenth Street, 1905 (Brandon b.p. 336, 28 June 1905)
PICTON, ONT., Metropolitan Bank, 1905 (dwgs. at NAC, Power Coll., 81203/19)
VANCOUVER, B.C., Bank of Commerce, West Hastings Street at Granville Street, 1906-08 (Province [Vancouver], 19 Dec. 1908, 11, descrip.; Vancouver & Victoria Architecturally, 1911, illus.; Builder [London], ciii, 6 Sept. 1912, 281, illus.; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
WINNIPEG, MAN., Imperial Bank, Main Street at Bannatyne Avenue, 1906-07 (C.A.B., xx, Jan. 1907, illus.; Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 28 July 1906, 17, illus. & descrip.; 6 Dec. 1906, 26, illus. & descrip.; 6 June 1908, 6, descrip.; Western Architect [Minneapolis], xi, May 1908, illus.; Builder [London], cv, 5 Dec. 1913, 615, illus.; Winnipeg, Monuments to Finance, ii, 1982, 41-5, 115, illus. & descrip.)
CHATHAM, ONT., Dominion Bank, 1906 (inf. Toronto Dominion Bank, Premises Division, South West Region)
DRESDEN, ONT., Bank of Commerce, 1906 (dwgs. at C.I.B.C. Archives, Toronto)
WINNIPEG, MAN., Bank of Commerce, Nairn Avenue, Elmwood, 1906 (Winnipeg, Monuments to Finance, ii, 1982, 73-4, illus.)
WINNIPEG, MAN., Bank of Commerce, Logan Avenue at Blake Street, 1906 (Winnipeg, Monuments to Finance, ii, 1982, 78-9, illus.)
TREHERNE, MAN., Bank of Commerce, 1906 (C.R., xvii, 14 March 1906, 4)
MOOSE JAW, SASK., Bank of Commerce, Main Street North, 1906 (C.R., xvii, 16 May 1906, 4; Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 1 Sept. 1906, 13, illus. & descrip.; Moose Jaw Times Semi-Weekly, 6 Sept. 1907, 6, illus. & descrip.)
SAINT JOHN, N.B., Bank of Commerce, King Street, 1906 (dwgs. at NBA, Mott Coll., 164/427)
YORKTON, SASK., Union Bank, 1906 (C.R., xvii, 6 June 1906, 2; dwgs. at Royal Bank Archives, Montreal)
DELORAINE, MAN., Dominion Bank, 1906 (C.R., xvii, 22 Aug. 1906, 4, t.c.)
CARMAN, MAN., Bank of Commerce, 1906 (C.R., xvii, 19 Sept. 1906, 2, t.c.)
SASKATOON, SASK., Bank of Commerce, 2nd Avenue at 21st Street, 1906-07 (C.R., xvii, 24 Oct. 1906, 2)
TRURO, N.S., Bank of Nova Scotia, 1907 (dwgs. at Bank of Nova Scotia Archives, Toronto)
AMHERST, N.S., Bank of Nova Scotia, 1907 (inf. and dwgs. at Bank of Nova Scotia Archives, Toronto)
MONTREAL, QUE., Bank of Commerce, St. James Street, 1907-08 (Const., ii, Nov. 1908, 79, illus.; Builder [London], ci, 4 Aug. 1911, illus.; R.A.I.C. Journal, iv, Feb. 1927, 55, illus.; Montreal, Les Banques, 1980, 14-7, illus.)
WETASKIWIN, ALTA., DAUPHIN, MAN., and WEYBURN,SASK., branches for the Bank of Commerce, 1907 (C.R., xvii, 9 Jan. 1907, 2, t.c.)
INNISFREE, ALTA., Bank of Commerce, 1907 (Money Matters-A Critical Look at Bank Architecture, 1990, 84, 156, illus.)
DELORAINE, MAN., bank building, 1907 (C.R., xvii, 30 Jan. 1907, 5, t.c.)
KENTVILLE, N.S., Bank of Nova Scotia, 1907 (dwgs. at PANS, Halifax)
BOLTON, ONT., Imperial Bank, 1908 (C.R., xxii, 23 Sept. 1908, 28, t.c.)
WINNIPEG, MAN., Bank of Nova Scotia, Portage Avenue at Garry Street, 1908-10 (C.A.B., xxi, April 1908, 10-11, descrip. & illus.; Western Architect [Minneapolis], xi, May 1908, illus.; Const., iv, June 1911, 66-9, illus.; Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 14 Nov. 1908, 25, illus. & descrip.; Winnipeg, Monuments to Finance, i, 1980, 19-27, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at Bank of Nova Scotia Archives, Toronto)
WINNIPEG, MAN., Bank of Commerce, Osborne Street at Stradbrooke Place, Fort Rouge, 1909 (C.R., xxiii, 17 Feb. 1909, 23)
TRURO, N.S., Bank of Commerce, Prince Street, 1909 (dwgs. at C.I.B.C. Archives, Toronto)
CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I., Bank of Commerce, Grafton Street at Queen Street, 1909 (dwgs. at C.I.B.C. Archives, Toronto)
CRANBROOK, B.C., Imperial Bank, 1909 (dwgs. at C.I.B.C. Archives, Toronto)
KINGSTON, JAMAICA, Bank of Nova Scotia, 1909 (Canadian Engineer, xvi, 16 April 1909, 523-26, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at Bank of Nova Scotia Archives, Toronto)
LETHBRIDGE, ALTA., Bank of Commerce, 5th Street South, 1909 (C.R., xxiii, 5 May 1909, 23)
NORTH BATTLEFORD, SASK., Bank of Commerce, 1909 (dwgs. at C.I.B.C. Archives, Toronto)
KENORA, ONT., Imperial Bank, 1910 (Kenora Miner, 12 Feb. 1910, 1; 5 Nov. 1910, 1, descrip.)
REVELSTOKE, B.C., Bank of Commerce, 1910 (dwgs. at C.I.B.C. Archives, Toronto)
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., Bank of Commerce, Columbia Avenue, 1910 (C.R., xxiv, 4 May 1910, 24)
BASSANO, ALTA., Bank of Commerce, 1910 (Bassano News, 1 July 1910, 1, descrip.)
WINNIPEG, MAN., Bank of Commerce, Main Street near Lombard Avenue, 1910-12 (C.R., xxv, 22 Feb. 1911, 41, illus. & descrip.; Const., iv, April 1911, 64, illus.; Winnipeg, Monuments to Finance, i, 1980, 32-40, illus.; H. Kalman, History of Canadian Architecture, 1994, 581-2, illus. & descrip.; dwg at NAC, 82303/15)
VICTORIA, B.C., Bank of Commerce, Douglas Street at Bay Street, 1910 (M. Segger & D. Franklin, Victoria, 1979, 76-7, illus.)
STRATHROY, ONT., Bank of Commerce, 1910-11 (C.R., xxv, 8 March 1911, 148, illus. in advert.)
KINGSTON, ONT., Bank of Commerce, King Street at Brock Street, 1911 (C.R., xxv, 26 April 1911, 55)
REGINA, SASK., Imperial Bank, Scarth Street at Eleventh Avenue, 1911 (Morning Leader [Regina], 30 Nov. 1911, Building Number supplement, illus. & descrip.)
ST. JOHN'S, NFLD., Bank of Nova Scotia, Water Street, 1915 (dwgs. at Bank of Nova Scotia Archives, Toronto)
WINDSOR, ONT., Dominion Bank, Riverside Drive at Ouelette Avenue, addition, 1920 (inf. Toronto Dominion Bank Archives, Toronto)
NAPANEE, ONT., Dominion Bank, 1919 (C.R., xxxiii, 22 Oct. 1919, 45)
SUDBURY, ONT., Canadian Bank of Commerce, Elm Street, 1919 (C.R., xxxiii, 12 Feb. 1919, 48)
OTTAWA, ONT., Bank of Commerce, 1922-23 (Const., xvii, July 1924, 215-17, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at C.I.B.C. Archives, Toronto)

(Institutional & Educational Works in Toronto)

TORONTO HUNT CLUB, Kingston Road, Scarborough Heights, 1897; new Clubhouse, 1911 (C.A.B., xi, May 1898, illus.; Toronto Society of Architects Exhibit Catalogue, 1912, 63, 65, illus.; Building News [London], cv, 24 Oct. 1913, illus.)
PARKDALE CURLING CLUB, Cowan Avenue near Queen Street West, 1897-98 (Toronto World, 17 Dec. 1897, 3, descrip.)
VICTORIA SQUARE, Portland Street, monument for the Imperial Regiments, 1901 (C.A.B., xiv, April 1901, 86)
(with Francis Heakes) MINING BUILDING, College Street opposite McCaul Street, 1902-03 (C.A.B., xv, Nov. 1902, illus.)
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO MEDICAL SCIENCES BUILDING, 1902-03; demol. 1967 (C.R., xiii, 12 March 1902, 3; A.B. Macallum, The New Medical Buildings of the University of Toronto, 1903, 2)
ST. JAMES CEMETERY, Parliament Street, Gate Lodge, fence and gates, 1905 (C.R., xv, 11 Jan. 1905, 1, t.c.)
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE WOMEN'S RESIDENCE, Queen's Park Crescent near Grosvenor Street, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 10 May 1905, 2, t.c.)
CONVOCATION HALL, University of Toronto, King's College Circle, 1905 (C.A.B., xviii, May 1905, 66; xxi, Feb. 1908, 53-7, illus.; Builder [London], cv, 5 Dec. 1913, illus.; cvii, 16 Oct. 1914, 362 ff., plate illus.)
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO PHYSICS LABORATORY, King's College Road, 1906-07 (C.A.B., xx, July 1907, 120-1, illus., plates in Architects Edition only)
FACULTY OF EDUCATION, Bloor Street West at Spadina Avenue, 1908-09; addition 1924, 1931 (C.R., xxii, 19 Aug. 1908, 21, illus. & descrip.; Const., xvii, Aug. 1924, 245-7, illus. & descrip.; C.R., xlv, 7 Oct. 1931, 1223-4, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at Univ. of Toronto Archives)
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO LIBRARY, Bookstack Building, facing Queen's Park Crescent, 1909; altered 2002 (C.R., xxiii, 10 Nov. 1909, 33, illus. & descrip.)
ROYAL ONTARIO MUSEUM, Queen's Park Crescent at Bloor Street West, West Wing facing Philosopher's Walk, 1910-11 (Const., iii, Sept. 1910, 59, illus.; dwgs. at Univ. of Toronto Archives)
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO, Central Light, Heat & Power Plant., 1910, demol. (C.R., xxiv, 18 May 1910, 27)
TORONTO GENERAL HOSPITAL, College Street at University Avenue, 1910-12; Nurses Home, 1911; Power House & Laundry, 1911; Private Patients Building, 1911; Obstetrics Building, 1911 (Const., iii, May 1910, 64-9, illus. & descrip.; vi, Nov. 1913, 410, 412-32, illus. & descrip.; C.R., xxv, 17 May 1911, 36-7, illus. & descrip.)
YORK CLUB, Bloor Street West at St. George Street, addition of verandah and dining room, 1911 (W. Dendy & W. Kilbourn, Toronto Observed, 1986, 132)
NORTH TORONTO RAILWAY STATION, Yonge Street at Summerhill Avenue, for the Canadian Pacific Railway and Canadian Northern Railway, 1915-16 (C.R., xxix, 15 Sept. 1915, 964, illus. & descrip.; xxx, 12 July 1916, 680-1, illus. & descrip.; Const., x, April 1917, 120-4, illus. & descrip.; Canadian Railway & Marine World, xviii, Aug. 1915, 298-99, illus. & descrip.; xix, July 1916, 287-89, illus. & descrip.; W. Dendy & W. Kilbourn, Toronto Observed, 1986, 192-3, illus. & descrip.)
ART GALLERY OF TORONTO, Dundas Street West at Beverley Street, 1916-18; Walker Court with East and West Wings, 1924-25; additions 1935 (Const., xi, May 1918, 136-41, 152, illus. & descrip.; xix, April 1926, 104-12, illus. & descrip.; R.A.I.C. Journal, iii, March/April 1926, 63, 66-7, illus.; dwgs. at Art Gallery of Ontario Archives)
MOUNT PLEASANT CEMETERY, Mausoleum, 1917-18 (Const., xiv, Sept. 1921, 264-8, illus. & descrip.)
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO ANATOMY BUILDING, Queen's Park Crescent, 1919-21 (C.R., xxxvi, 27 Dec. 1922, 1231-2, illus. & descrip.; Const., xvii, Aug. 1924, 249-52, illus. & descrip.; R.A.I.C. Journal, ii, Jan.-Feb. 1925, 13, illus.)
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO ELECTRICAL BUILDING, Taddle Creek Road, 1920 (Toronto b.p. 28945, 11 March 1920)
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO TRINITY COLLEGE, Hoskin Avenue, designed 1914; constructed in 1923-25 (Const., xv, March 1922, 78, illus.; xviii, Nov. 1925, 332-41, illus. & descrip.; R.A.I.C. Journal, ii, Nov.-Dec. 1925, 195-203, illus. & descrip.; G. Owen, 'Projects for Trinity College, Toronto', in Journal of Canadian Art History, iv, Spring 1977, 61-72, illus. & descrip.; dwgs at Trinity College Archives, Toronto)
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO, Women's Union Building, St George Street, addition, 1922 (University of Toronto Monthly, xxii, June 1922, 404; C.R., xxxvi, 26 July 1922, 78)
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO, SIMCOE HALL, King's College Circle, 1922-23 (Const., xvii, Aug. 1924, 240-4, illus. & descrip.; R.A.I.C. Journal, ii, Jan.-Feb. 1925, 10-11, 23, illus.)

(Institutional & Educational Works outside Toronto)

WINNIPEG, MAN., Nurses Home for the General Hospital, Bannatyne Avenue at Olivia Street, 1906 (C.R., xvii, 18 April 1906, 5, t.c.)
REGINA, SASK., Land Titles Office, Victoria Avenue at Cornwall Street, 1906-07 (Morning Leader [Regina], 27 April 1907, 11, descrip.; Saskatchewan, Annual Report of the Dept. of Public Works of Saskatchewan 1907-08, 152)
REGINA, SASK., Metropolitan Methodist Church, Victoria Park, 1907 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 9 Nov. 1907, 17, descrip.)
YORKTON, SASK., Land Titles Office, 1907 (C.R., xviii, 10 July 1907, 4-6, t.c.; Saskatchewan, Annual Report of the Dept. of Public Works of Saskatchewan 1907-08, 152-3)
MOOSOMIN, SASK., Provincial Jail, 1908 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 18 Feb/ 1908, 12, descrip.; C.R., xix, 19 Feb. 1908, 17, t.c.; Saskatchewan, Annual Report of the Dept. of Public Works of Saskatchewan 1907-08, 154)
BATTLEFORD, SASK., Land Titles Building, 23rd Street West, 1907-08 (Saskatchewan, Annual Report of the Dept. of Public Works of Saskatchewan 1907-08, 152; Sask. Association of Architects, Historic Architecture of Saskatchewan, 1986, 76, illus.)
MOOSE JAW, SASK., Court House, Ominica Street West, 1908-09 (C.R., xix, 18 March 1908, 20, t.c.; Saskatchewan, Annual Report of the Dept. of Public Works of Saskatchewan 1907-08, 153)
OTTAWA, ONT., Ottawa Country Club, new clubhouse, 1908 (C.R., xix, 26 Feb. 1908, 17, t.c.)
REGINA, SASK., Assiniboia Club House, Victoria Avenue near Rose Street, 1911 (C.R., xxv, 2 Aug. 1911, 60)
REGINA, SASK., new buildings for the General Hospital, 14th Avenue, 1912 (C.R., xxv, 13 Dec. 1911, 118)
(with Andrew R. Cobb) HALIFAX, N.S., Dalhousie University Campus, new Science Building, 1913-15; McDonald Memorial Library, Dalhousie University, 1914-15; Shirreff Hall Women's Residence, 1920 (C.R., xxxiv, 28 July 1920, 51; R.A.I.C. Journal, iii, Jan.-Feb. 1926, 15, 19-27, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at PANS)

Ecclesiastical (works in Toronto unless noted)

CAMDEN EAST, ONT., St. Luke's Anglican Church, 1897 (Canadian Churchman [Toronto], 13 Jan. 1898, 24-5, descrip.)
PARKDALE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Dunn Avenue, new Sunday School, 1899 (Toronto b.p. 31, 3 May 1899)
ST. JAMES ANGLICAN CATHEDRAL, new Rectory, Adelaide Street East at Church Street, 1903; Parish Hall, 1909; interior alterations 1913 (C.R., xiv, 4 March 1903, 1, t.c.; xxiii, 31 March 1909, 20, t.c.; xxvii, 28 May 1913, 68; Canadian Churchman [Toronto], 10 Dec. 1908, 820, illus.; Toronto World, 17 Aug. 1910, 2, descrip.)
WINNIPEG, MAN., new rectory for Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Graham Avenue at Donald Street, 1905 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 6 May 1905, 10, illus. & descrip.; 30 Oct. 1905, 30, illus.; C.A.B., xix, July 1906, 101, descrip. & illus.)
(with Saxe & Archibald) MONTREAL, QUE., Emmanuel Congregational Church, Drummond Street, 1906-07 (Montreal, Les Eglises, 1981, 22-5, illus.)
REGINA, SASK., Metropolitan Methodist Church, Lorne Street at Victoria Avenue, 1906-07; damaged by tornado in 1912; rebuilt to original plans 1912-13 (Morning Leader [Regina], 10 Sept. 1906, 1 & 2, illus. & descrip.; 27 April 1907, 3, 26, illus. & descrip.; 21 Sept. 1907, 2, descrip.)
WINNIPEG, MAN., Broadway Baptist Church, Broadway at Walnut Street, 1906 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 6 Dec. 1906, 53, illus. & descrip.)

Commercial & Industrial (works in Toronto unless noted)

LAWLOR BUILDING, King Street West at Yonge Street, 1897; demol. (C.R., viii, 25 March 1897, 3; 8 July 1897, 3)
TORONTO RAILWAY COMPANY OFFICE, King Street East at Church Street, 1897-98; demol. (C.R., viii, 15 July 1897, 3; C.A.B., xi, Feb. 1898, 27)
GEORGE N. MORANG PUB. CO., Wellington Street West near York Street, 1898-99; demol. c. 1970 (Vancouver Daily World, 13 Feb. 1899, 3)
NIAGARA FALLS, ONT., reconstruction of the Clifton House Hotel, 1899 (C.R., ix, 11 Jan. 1899, 2)
ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF ARCHITECTS, remodelling of offices, King Street West, 1900 (C.A.B., xiii, Nov. 1900, 210, descrip.; xiv, March 1901, 52-3, illus.)
WINNIPEG, MAN., Canada Life Assurance Co., Portage Avenue at Main Street, addition of two storeys and new facade, 1902 (C.R., xiii, 2 April 1902, 3)
JOHN INGLIS CO., office building, Strachan Avenue, 1904 (Toronto b.p. 553, 27 May 1904)
McCLARY MANUFACTURING CO., warehouse, King Street West near York Street, 1904; demol. (Toronto b.p. 694, 17 June 1904; dwgs. in Univ. of Western Ontario, Moore Coll.)
WINNIPEG, MAN., Osler Hammond & Nanton Building, Portage Avenue at Main Street, 1906-07 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 6 Dec. 1906, 26, 32, descrip.; Western Architect [Minneapolis], xi, May 1908, illus.; Winnipeg, 1981 The Year Past, 1982, 47-8, illus. & descrip.)
WINNIPEG, MAN., Winnipeg Grain Exchange Building, Lombard Avenue at Rorie Street, 1906-07 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 2 June 1906, 17, illus. & descrip.; 6 Dec. 1906, 41, illus. & descrip.; 21 Nov. 1907, 21, illus. & descrip.; 29 Aug. 1908, 13, illus. & descrip.; 14 Nov. 1908, 25, descrip.; Western Architect [Minneapolis], xi, May 1908, illus.; Winnipeg, 1992-1993 The Year Past, 1995, 47-50, illus. & descrip.)
WINNIPEG, MAN., North West Commercial Traveller's Building, Bannatyne Avenue at King Street, 1906 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 21 July 1906, 1, illus. & descrip.; Winnipeg Telegram, 21 July 1906, 10; Commercial Traveller, iv, Sept. 1906, 21, illus.; v, Dec. 1907, 16-7, descrip.; Winnipeg, 1979 The Year Past, 13-4, illus. & descrip.)
PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, MAN., Ideal Furniture Company Block, 1906 (C.A.B., xx, Jan. 1907, illus.)
REGINA, SASK., Nichols & Shepard Co., warehouse, 1907 (Morning Leader [Regina], 27 April 1907, 11, descrip.)
REGINA, SASK., Darke Block, for F.N. Darke, Eleventh Avenue near Scarth Street, 1907 (Morning Leader [Regina], 27 April 1907, 3, 9, illus. & descrip.)
REGINA, SASK., Mackenzie & Brown Block, Scarth Street, 1907 (C.R., xviii, 10 July 1907, 4)
CANADIAN GENERAL ELECTRIC CO., office building, King Street West at Simcoe Street, 1907-08 (C.A.B., xx, Aug. 1907, 136, illus.; Const., ii, Dec. 1908, 56-9, illus. & descrip.)
FORT WILLIAM, ONT., office block for E.H. Cuthbertson, Victoria Avenue, 1908 (C.R., xxii, 16 Sept. 1908, 29; dwgs. at Bank of Nova Scotia Archives, Toronto)
PORT ARTHUR, ONT., office block for R.A. Ruttan, 1909 (C.R., xxiii, 31 March 1909, 21)
WATERLOO, ONT., Mutual Life Assurance Company, King Street at Union Street, 1910-12; addition 1927 (Const., vii, April 1914, 122, 125-35, illus. & descrip.; Building News [London], cix, 15 Sept. 1915, 290 & plate illus.; C.R., xli, 1 June 1927, 50; inf. Ms. N. Maitland, Archives, Mutual Life Assurance Co.)
VANCOUVER, B.C., Canada Life Assurance Co., West Hastings Street, 1909-10 (C.R., xxiii, 6 Oct. 1909, 25, t.c.; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY BUILDING, Yonge Street at King Street East, 1911-12 (Toronto Society of Architects Exhibit Catalogue, 1912, 139, illus.; Const., vi, Aug. 1913, 290, 293-300, illus. & descrip.)
MONTREAL, QUE., Sun Life Assurance Company, Dominion Square, 1914-18; addition on Mansfield Street, 1923-5; addition with tower, 1929-31 (La Presse [Montreal], 28 Dec. 1912, 25, illus. & descrip.; Const., xi, Dec. 1918, 370-92, illus. & descrip.; xix, March 1926, 72-82, 88, illus. & descrip.; Canadian Engineer, lxiii, 27 Sept. 1932, 5-10, illus. & descrip.; Architectural Review [London], xlvi, Sept. 1919, 52-5, illus. & descrip.; Montreal, Les Hotels Les Immeubles de Bureaux, 1983, 215-20, illus.; H. Kalman, History of Canadian Architecture, 1994, 738-9, illus. & descrip.)

Residences (works in Toronto unless noted)

BLOOR STREET WEST, near Avenue Road, for Henry C. Scadding, 1898; demol. (Toronto b.p. 8, 24 Aug. 1898)
GALT, ONT., for Alexander R. Goldie, Brant Road, 1898 (C.R., ix, 24 Aug. 1898, 1)
HOMEWOOD AVENUE, near Wellesley Street East, for Daniel R. Wilkie, 1899 (Toronto b.p. 138, 20 June 1899)
BEAUMONT ROAD, for Walter S. Andrews, c. 1899 (C.A.B., xiii, March 1900, illus.)
QUEEN'S PARK CRESCENT, near Hoskin Avenue, for Sir Joseph W. Flavelle, 1901-02 (C.R., xii, 13 March 1901, 6; W. Dendy & W. Kilbourn, Toronto Observed, 1986, 172-4, illus.; Charles C. Hill, edit., Artists, Architects & Artisans - Canadian Art 1890-1918, 2013, 68-9, illus. & descrip.)
ST. GEORGE STREET, addition to residence for B. Edmund Walker, 1902; demol. 1969 (W. Dendy, Lost Toronto, 1978, 167-71, illus.)
ST. GEORGE STREET, near Russell Street, for William H. Brouse, 1902 (Toronto b.p. 389, 17 Sept. 1902)
(with Huot & Asselin) STE. PETRONILLE, I'LE D'ORLEANS, QUE., large residence for Charles E.L. Porteous, 1902-03 (Charles C. Hill, edit., Artists, Architects & Artisans - Canadian Art 1890-1918, 2013, 148-51, illus. & descrip., with footnote No. 77, p. 208)
LOWTHER AVENUE, at Huron Street, for James W.B. Walsh, 1904 (Toronto b.p. 1047, 15 Aug. 1904)
STONY LAKE, ONT., summer residence and estate on Davis Island for Alfred Davis and Emma Cox, 1904-07 (Toronto Life Magazine, Aug. 1993, 60-4, illus.; National Post [Toronto], 27 July 2013, PH10, illus.)
MAYNARD AVENUE, near King Street West, for the architect John A. Pearson, 1905 (Toronto b.p. 1002, 2 June 1905)
WINNIPEG, MAN., Prince Rupert Apartment Block, Ellice Avenue at Edmonton Street, 1906; demol. (Winnipeg b.p. #1293, 1906)
WINNIPEG, MAN., 'The Deanery', for the Anglican Archbishop S.P. Matheson, adjacent to St. John's Anglican Cathedral, 1906 (C.R., xvii, 4 April 1906, 5, t.c.)
WINNIPEG, MAN., for Frank W. Adams, Roslyn Place, 1906 (C.R., xvii, 25 April 1906, 4)
FOREST HILL ROAD, near St. Clair Avenue West, for Vere C. Brown, 1907 (Toronto b.p. 6616, 14 March 1907)
PARK ROAD, near Crescent Road, for Alfred Johnston, 1908 (Toronto b.p. 11041, 14 May 1908)
FOREST HILL ROAD, near St. Clair Avenue West, for Frederick L. M. Grassett, 1908 (Toronto b.p. 12866, 12 Oct. 1908)
ADMIRAL ROAD, near Bernard Avenue, for Misses M. & E. Currie, 1909 (Toronto b.p. 15168, 10 May 1909)
KINGSTON, ONT., residence for David B. Murray, Alice Street, 1910; demol. (dwgs. at NAC, Power Coll. 81203/19)
QUEEN'S PARK CRESCENT, at Wellesley Street West, substantial additions and alterations to residence for Robert J. Christie, 1910 (Toronto b.p. 22825, 17 Aug. 1910; Builder [London], cvii, 16 Oct. 1914, plate illus.)
WALMER ROAD, near Davenport Road, for Douglas G. Ross, 1910 (Toronto b.p. 21901, 7 July 1910)
DUNVEGAN ROAD, near Lonsdale Road, for J.L. Ross, 1912 (Toronto b.p. 35492, 26 June 1912)
AVENUE ROAD, at Edmund Avenue, additions to 'Benvenuto', for Sir William MacKenzie, 1914 (Toronto b.p. 9083, 5 Feb. 1914)
OSHAWA, ONT., 'Parkwood', for Robert S. McLaughlin, Simcoe Street North, 1916-17 (C.R., xxxi, 24 Jan. 1917, 81-2, illus. & descrip.; Const., xii, June 1919, 164-71, illus. & descrip.)
GALT, ONT., extensive alterations to 'Rothie Norman', a residence for R.O. McCulloch, Blenheim Road, c. 1920 (C.H.G., iv, Feb. 1927, 48, illus.)
PORT CREDIT, ONT., 'Alannah', for Mrs. A.C. McMaster, Dixie Road, c. 1920 (C.H.G., xviii, Sept. 1941, 22-3, illus.)

DARLING, PEARSON & OVER

(works in Winnipeg unless noted)

ADAMS BROTHERS LTD., Market Street East, warehouse, 1904 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 3 Oct. 1904, 9, illus. & descrip.)
THE HOUSE FURNISHINGS CO., for William Grundy, Portage Avenue at Hargrave Street, 1904 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 3 Dec. 1904, 9, illus. & descrip.)
ALASKA FEATHER & DOWN CO. (later Ideal Bedding Co.), warehouse, Princess Street near Logan Avenue, 1904 (C.A.B., xvii, Oct. 1904, 173; Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 24 November 1904, 18; 4 Feb. 1905, 19, illus. & descrip.)
POST OFFICE, Portage Avenue, 1904-06 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 22 Oct.. 1904, 15, illus. & descrip.; C.A.B., xvii, Nov. 1904, 181, descrip. & plate illus.; Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 30 Oct. 1905, 18, illus. & descrip.; 6 Dec. 1906, 41, illus. & descrip.; 5 Sept. 1908, 25, illus. & descrip.)
ST. CHARLES COUNTRY CLUB, 1905 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 8 July 1905, 8, illus. & descrip.; C.A.B., xviii, Nov. 1905, 149, descrip. & plate illus.)
MANITOBA MEDICAL COLLEGE, Bannatyne Avenue at Emily Street, 1905 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 21 March 1905, 6, illus. & descrip.; C.R., xvi, 22 March 1905, 6, t.c.)
PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, MAN., addition to the General Hospital, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 26 April 1905, 6)
WINNIPEG LODGING & COFFEE HOUSE, Logan Avenue at Martha Street, 1905 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 6 May 1905, 10, descrip.; 3 June 1905, 6; Manitoba, Missions & Settlement Houses in Manitoba 1880-1930, by L. Murphy, 1986, 27, illus.; Winnipeg, 1991-The Year Past, 1993, 34-5, illus.)
ST. PHILIP'S ANGLICAN CHURCH, Norwood, 1904 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 23 May 1904, 7, illus. & descrip.)
DONALD STREET, residence for Hunt W.A. Chambre, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 29 March 1905, 6)
SPENCE STREET, residence for A. Matheson, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 3 May 1905, 6)
BROADWAY, near Smith Street, residence for Dr. Robert J. Blanchard, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 26 July 1905, 5)
ASSINIBOINE AVENUE, at Hargrave Street, residence for John C. Gordon, 1905 (C.A.B., xix, Aug. 1906, 117, descrip. and plate illus.)

COMPETITIONS

TORONTO, ONT., Provincial Parliament Buildings, Queen's Park, 1880-81. Sixteen entries were received during the First Stage of this important competition in October 1880. The scheme by Darling & Curry, designed in a thirteenth century Gothic style and signed 'October' , was judged to be the best of the non-premiated designs (Mail [Toronto], 4 Dec. 1880, 2, descrip.). It was 'a very artistic design, displaying a novelty of conception in plans and much picturesqueness in elevation, but it's authors careless disregard for limit of cost is an unfortunate circumstance' (OA, RG15, Box E1, Vol. 17, Envelope 1, Report of the Jury). In March of 1881 they were asked to revise their plans and resubmit their scheme along with five other competitors, but the provincial government later rejected all of the schemes. Darling's drawings survive and can be found at the National Archives in Ottawa (NAC, National Map Coll., 82303/34, Dwgs. 1 to 3). It was not until 1887 that Darling was offered compensation by the provincial government for his drawings (Free Press [London], 1 April 1887, 6)
Design for a House of Moderate Cost, 1889, by Darling & Curry (C.A.B., ii, June 1889, illus. plate)
TORONTO, ONT., Board of Trade Building, Yonge Street at Front Street, 1889. Under the pseudonym of 'Utility', Darling & Curry submitted a restrained Romanesque Revival design (C.A.B., ii, March 1889, 28, descrip.; April 1889, plate illus.). Their scheme placed among the four finalists but the commission was eventually awarded to James & James of New York City.
MONTREAL, QUE., Metropolitan Bank, 1904. Darling & Pearson exhibited a 'competition sketch' for this building at the Ontario Association of Architects Exhibit (C.A.B., xvii, Jan. 1904, 16)
OTTAWA, ONT., Departmental & Justice Buildings, 1907. From the thirty entries submitted Darling & Pearson scored high and received Second Prize. Their scheme was 'a vigourous and scholarly design, irregular in plan, and conspicuous for the qualities which the first prize design lacks' (C.A.B., xx, Sept. 1907, 184). The Montreal firm of E. & W.S. Maxwell received First Premium, but the project was never built.
REGINA, SASK., Provincial Legislative Buildings, 1907-08. Seven competitors from the United States and Canada were invited to submit drawings for this project. Darling & Pearson proposed a refined and carefully proportioned Beaux-Arts complex but their design was set aside and again, as in the previous competition in Ottawa, the Montreal firm of E. & W.S. Maxwell was awarded First Prize (Const., i, Oct. 1907, 39; Saskatchewan, Sessional Papers, Annual Report of the Dept. of Public Works, 1907-08, 155-66, descrip.). The drawings by Darling & Pearson survive (Saskatchewan Archives Board, Regina, Drawings Coll.)