Perrault, Maurice

PERRAULT, Maurice (1857-1909)
(biography in preparation)

PERRAULT & MESNARD

(works in Montreal)

Institutional & Ecclesiastical works

SEIGNEURS STREET POLICE & FIRE STATION, 1881 (Evening Star [Montreal], 20 May 1881, 2; City of Montreal, 1882, Annual Report of the City Treasurer, cash disbursements and payment of fees of $104.80 to Perrault & Mesnard; inf. Yves Guillet, Montreal)
GRAND SEMINAIRE DE MONTREAL, Sherbrooke Street West, chapel for the College de Montreal, 1881-83 (Montreal, Les Couvents, 1984, 147)
ST. JEAN BAPTISTE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, Rachel Street at Henri Julien Avenue, completion of the sacristy, 1882; burned January 1898 (E.J. Auclair, Saint-Jean-Baptiste-de-Montreal, 1924, 51)
ST. PETER'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, Visitation Street, extensive alterations, for the Oblate Fathers, 1883-84 (Gazette [Montreal], 12 July 1883, 5; 2 May 1884, 5)
ROYAL EXCHANGE, St. James Street, an 8 storey block, 1884 (Montreal Daily Star, 25 April 1884, 4, descrip.)
CHABOILLEZ SQUARE, Police Station No. 6 and Fire Station No. 4, 1885 (Montreal Daily Star, 13 June 1885, 4; NAC, list of works; Gazette [Montreal], 12 Jan. 1887, 2)
CHAPELLE NOTRE-DAME-DE-BONSECOURS, St. Paul Street, reconstruction of north facade, 1885; reconstruction of steeple, 1886; reconstruction of south facade, 1892 (Montreal Daily Star, 3 June 1885, 3, descrip.; L. d'Iberville-Moreau, Lost Montreal, 1975, 122-3, illus.; Montreal, Les Eglises, 1981, 106-11, illus.)
STE. THERESE-DE-BLAINVILLE, Roman Catholic Church, St. Louis Street at St. Charles Street, 1885-86 (Montreal Daily Star, 5 Aug. 1885, 4)
ST.-LEONARD-DE-PORT-MAURICE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, Jarry Street East, presbytery, 1886; church 1887-89; burned 1907; rebuilt by H. Bergeron from plans by Perrault & Mesnard (Montreal, Les Eglises, 1981, 312-15, illus.)
SACRE-COEUR-DE-JESUS ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, Ontario Street at Plessis Street, 1886-87, completion of upper portions of church begun in 1876 by Adolphe Levesque; damaged by fire 1922; rebuilt (C.A.B., vii, Sept. 1894, 111, descrip. & plate illus.; Montreal, Les Eglises, 1981, 144-9, illus.)
LAVAL UNIVERSITY BUILDINGS, Sherbrooke Street East at St. Denis Street, a commission won in a competition in October 1886, a large complex of three buildings, 1887, but not built to this design (Montreal Daily Star, 7 Dec. 1887, 3, illus. & extensive architectural descrip., with plans and perspective)
ST. HENRI ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, Convent Street, new facade, 1887 (Gazette [Montreal], 17 Jan. 1888, 2; NAC, list of works)
NOTRE DAME ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL, Place d'Armes, construction of the Sacre Coeur Chapel, 1888-91; new sacristy, 1889 (Montreal Daily Star, 22 June 1889, 3, descrip.; Gazette [Montreal], 24 June 1889, 3, descrip.; Montreal, Les Eglises, 1981, 98)
ST. JACQUES LE MINEUR ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, Ste. Catherine Street East at St. Denis Street, addition of south transept and construction of new nave, 1888; burned March 1933; later demol.1975 except for tower and south facade (La Minerve [Monteal], 2 March 1888, 1, descrip.; Gazette [Montreal], 27 March 1933, 11; Montreal, Les Eglises, 1981, 226-31, illus.)
ST. CHARLES ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, Centre Street, construction of basement and ground floor, 1889-91; completed 1899-1905 by Albert Mesnard; burned 1913; rebuilt by MacDuff & Lemieux (Montreal, Les Eglises, 1981, 164-7, illus.)
ST. VINCENT-DE-PAUL ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, Ste. Catherine Street East at Fullum Street, completion of the tower and interior decoration, 1889 (La Minerve [Montreal], 27 April 1889, 1)
FABRIQUE NOTRE DAME, St. Sulpice Street, chapel, vestry and offices, 1889 (Gazette [Montreal], 17 Jan. 1889, 2)
MONTREAL COURT HOUSE, Notre Dame Street East, addition of a new floor above the existing building, with a large central dome, 1889-91 (Montreal Daily Star, 27 Sept. 1889, 4, illus. & descrip.; and 19 Aug. 1891, 4, descrip.; C.R., i, 7 June 1890, 3, t.c.; Montreal, Les Edifices Publics, 1981, 297-9, illus.)
COUVENT-DES-SOEURS-GRISES, Dorchester Boulevard West at Guy Street, steeple and belfry over central wing, 1890; five storey addition, 1891 (C.R., ii, 29 Aug. 1891, 2; Montreal, Les Couvents, 1984, 94-101, illus.)
FRENCH CANADIAN ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, St. Andrew's Street at Island Street, in Point St. Charles, 1891 (Montreal Daily Star, 17 Jan. 1891, 1)
IRISH CATHOLIC CHURCH, Centre Street, in Point St. Charles, 1891 (Montreal Daily Star, 17 Jan. 1891, 1)
ST. GABRIEL ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, Centre Street at Laprairie Street, 1891-95 (C.R., 6 Dec. 1890, 2, t.c.; v, 5 July 1894, 2; Gazette [Montreal], 25 April 1895, 2, extensive descrip.; Montreal, Les Eglises, 1981, 202-03, illus.)
SEMINAIRE DE PHILOSOPHIE, Cote des Neiges Road near de Ramezay Avenue, 1891-94; begun by Perrault & Mesnard; completed by Perrault, Mesnard & Venne (C.R., ii, 13 June 1891, 2; Montreal Star, 3 Nov. 1894, 8, descrip.; Gazette [Montreal], 10 Oct. 1894, 5, descrip.; Montreal, Les Couvents, 1984, 358-63, illus.)
EGLISE-DE-LA-NATIVITE, Ontario Street, interior decoration, 1891-92 (Le Prix Courant [Montreal], xi, 7 Oct. 1892, 12; dwgs. at the Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal DR 1982-010)
ECOLE PLESSIS, Plessis Street, major addition, 1891-92 (Montreal, Les Edifices Scolaires, 1980, 180-3, illus.)
MONUMENT NATIONAL, St. Laurent Boulevard, a five storey block, 1891-93 (Montreal Daily Star, 17 Oct. 1891, 8, illus. & descrip.; C.R., iii, 16 April 1892, 2; Le Prix Courant [Montreal], xiii, 8 Sept. 1893, 54; Montreal, Les Edifices Publics, 1981, 174-7, illus.)
LOUIS MASSON BUILDING, Notre Dame Street West near St. Laurent Boulevard, 1892 (Montreal, Les Magasins Les Cinemas, 1985, 58-60, illus.)

Commercial and Industrial works

ST. PAUL STREET, near Commissioners Street, two stores for Simeon Delorme, 1883 (Gazette [Montreal], 12 July 1883, 5)
ST. PAUL STREET, a store for Hon. Mr. Archambault, 1883 (Gazette [Montreal], 12 July 1883, 5)
RADEGONDE STREET, at Jurors Street, facing Victoria Square, a large store for Duncan McDonald, occupied by James O'Brien & Co., 1883-84 (Gazette [Montreal], 12 July 1883, 5; 2 May 1884, 5, descrip.)
CHABOILLEZ SQUARE, at Inspector Street, store and dwelling for A. Brennan, 1883-84 (Gazette [Montreal], 12 July 1883, 5; 2 May 1884, 5)
GOULET BROTHERS LTD., German Street, factory, 1884 (Gazette [Montreal], 2 May 1884, 5)
UNION ABATTOIR CO., hotel, stores and offices, 1886 (Montreal Daily Star, 16 March 1886, 2, t.c.)
DOMINION OILCLOTH CO., Parthenais Street, major addition and reconstruction of wing destroyed by fire, 1886 (Gazette [Montreal], 12 Jan. 1887, 2)
STE. CATHERINE STREET WEST, at Drummond Street, six stores and houses for the John Pratt Estate, 1886 (Gazette [Montreal], 12 Jan. 1887, 2)
COMMISSIONERS STREET, three stores for E.A. Genereux, 1886 (Gazette [Montreal], 12 Jan. 1887, 2)
CANADIAN RUBBER CO., Notre Dame Street East at Monarque Street, major addition to factory, 1887 (Gazette [Montreal], 17 Jan. 1888, 2)
STE. CATHERINE STREET WEST, at Drummond Street, six stores and dwellings for the Estate of John Pratt, 1887 (Gazette [Montreal], 17 Jan. 1888, 2)
STE. THERESE STREET, warehouse for Casimir F. Papineau, 1889 (Gazette [Montreal], 17 Jan. 1889, 2)
JACQUES CARTIER SQUARE, two warehouses for the Estate of James Skelly, 1889 (Gazette [Montreal], 17 Jan. 1889, 2)
NOTRE DAME STREET EAST, stores and dwellings for Dr. L.O. Thayer and for W.W. Halpin & Co., 1892 (C.R., iii, 27 Feb. 1892, 2)

Residential works

SHERBROOKE STREET WEST, at Stanley Street, residence for Louis J. Forget, 1883 (Gazette [Montreal], 12 July 1883, 5)
MOUNTAIN STREET, between Dorchester Street West and Ste. Catherine Street West, residence for Louis J. Forget, 1883-84 (Gazette [Montreal], 12 July 1883, 5; 2 May 1884, 5)
MOUNTAIN STREET, residence for E.E. Shelton, 1884 (Gazette [Montreal], 2 May 1884, 5)
CADIEUX STREET, three houses for Alfred Rambeau, 1886 (Gazette [Montreal], 12 Jan. 1887, 2)
MANSFIELD STREET, at Dorchester Street West, three houses for Joseph O. Gravel, Edwin Hurtibise and for the architect Maurice Perrault, 1886 (Gazette [Montreal], 12 Jan. 1887, 2)
MANSFIELD STREET, three houses for Edwin Hurtubise, J. Ovide Gravel, and Maurice Perrault, Architect, 1887 (Gazette [Montreal], 17 Jan. 1888, 2)
ST. DENIS STREET, at Dorchester Street East, residence and two houses for Dr. H. Jeannotte, 1889 (Gazette [Montreal], 17 Jan. 1889, 2) DORCHESTER STREET EAST, at Berri Street, block of flats for S. Lesage, 1889 (Gazette [Montreal], 17 Jan. 1889, 2)
SHERBROOKE STREET EAST, large residence for A. Gerardin, of the E. Chauteloupe Estate, 1891 (C.R., ii, 20 June 1891, 2, t.c.)
SHERBROOKE STREET EAST, residence for Dr. Joseph H. Brossard, 1892 (C.R., iii, 27 Feb. 1892, 2)
NOTRE DAME STREET EAST, stores and dwellings for Dr. L.O. Thayer and for W.W. Halpin & Co., 1892 (C.R., iii, 27 Feb. 1892, 2)

(works elsewhere)

LONGUEUIL, QUE., Chambly County Registry Office, Chambly Road, 1882 (Gazette [Montreal], 17 July 1882, 3; dwgs. at ANQM, CAR 40/4, P 147, 329-35)
VALLEYFIELD, QUE., Ste. Cecile Roman Catholic Cathedral, 1881-84; presbytery, 1886 (La Minerve [Montreal], 24 March 1882, 2, t.c.; Gazette [Montreal], 17 July 1882, 3; and 4 Oct. 1884, 3, descrip.; and 12 Jan. 1887, 2; Montreal Daily Star, 3 Oct. 1884, 4, descrip.)
VALLEYFIELD, QUE, City Hall, 1882 (Gazette [Montreal], 17 July 1882, 3)
TROIS RIVIERES, QUE., Roman Catholic Convent, for the Ursuline Sisters, 1882 (Gazette [Montreal], 17 July 1882, 3)
ST. ANNE'S BOUT DE L'ILE, QUE., cottage for an unnamed client, 1882 (Gazette [Montreal], 17 July 1882, 3)
ST.-STANISLAS-DE-KOTSKA, QUE., Roman Catholic Church & Presbytery, 1882-84 (Gazette [Montreal], 17 July 1882, 3; 12 July 1883, 5; 12 Jan. 1885, 2)
GLEN NEVIS, ONT., St. Margaret's Roman Catholic Church & Presbytery, 1882-83 (Gazette [Montreal], 17 July 1882, 3; 12 July 1883, 5; NAC, list of works)
JOLIETTE, QUE., St. Charles Roman Catholic Cathedral, St. Charles Borromee Street North, 1882-84 (Gazette [Montreal], 17 July 1882, 3; 2 May 1884, 5; 12 Jan. 1885, 2)
JOLIETTE, QUE., School of Industry, 1883-84 (Gazette [Montreal], 12 July 1883, 5; 2 May 1884, 5)
VALLEYFIELD, QUE., Police & Fire Station, 1883 (Gazette [Montreal], 12 July 1883, 5)
LACHENAIE, QUE., St. Charles Roman Catholic Church, 1883; Presbytery 1888 (NAC, list of works)
ST.-JEAN-DE-MATHA, QUE., Roman Catholic Church & Presbytery, 1883-84 (Gazette [Montreal], 12 July 1883, 5; 2 May 1884, 5; 12 Jan. 1885, 2)
ST. LIN, QUE., Roman Catholic Church, 1883-84 (Gazette [Montreal], 12 July 1883, 5; 2 May 1884, 5)
ST. BASILE, QUE., a presbytery for the Roman Catholic Church, 1883 (Gazette [Montreal], 12 July 1883, 5)
ST. LOUIS DE GONZAGUE, QUE., Roman Catholic Academy, 1884 (Gazette [Montreal], 2 May 1884, 5)
VARENNES, QUE., Ste. Anne's Roman Catholic Church, 1883-87 (Gazette [Montreal], 19 July 1883, 3, descrip; 2 May 1884, 5; l'Opinion Publique [Montreal], 26 July 1883, 359; Montreal Daily Star, 11 Nov. 1887, 3, descrip.)
ST. CUTHBERT, QUE., completion of the Roman Catholic Church, 1884 (Gazette [Montreal], 2 May 1884, 5; 12 Jan. 1885, 2)
ST. ANNE'S BOUT DE L'ILE, QUE., extensive alterations and improvements to Roman Catholic Church, 1884 (Gazette [Montreal], 2 May 1884, 5)
OTTAWA, ONT., major addition to the Roman Catholic College for the Oblate Fathers, 1884 (Gazette [Montreal], 2 May 1884, 5; 12 Jan. 1885, 2)
NAPIERVILLE, QUE., restoration of St. Cyprien Roman Catholic Church, 1884; burned 1887; and later rebuilt (Gazette [Montreal], 2 May 1884, 5; La Minerve [Montreal], 5 Aug. 1884, 2, t.c.)
STE. THERESE-DE-BLAINVILLE, QUE., Roman Catholic Church, 1885 (La Minerve [Montreal], 22 July 1885, 2, t.c.)
TURNER'S FALLS, MASS., U.S.A., completion of St. Anne's Roman Catholic Church, J Street, 1885 (NAC, list of works)
LONGUEUIL, QUE., St. Antoine Roman Catholic Church, St. Charles Street, 1884-86 (Gazette [Montreal], 2 May 1884, 5; 12 Jan. 1885, 2; Montreal Daily Star, 27 Jan. 1887, 4, detailed descrip.; C.A.B., iii, Sept. 1890, 102, descrip. & plate illus.; L. Voyer, Eglises Disparues, 1981, 83-4, illus.)
WEST TROY, N.Y., U.S.A., St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, 19th Street, 1886 (Gazette [Montreal], 12 Jan. 1887, 2)
ST. ANICET, QUE., Roman Catholic Church, 1886 (Montreal Daily Star, 9 Oct. 1886, 5, t.c.; NAC, list of works)
ST. LIN-DES-LAURENTIDES, QUE., Roman Catholic Church and Presbytery, 1886-87 (Gazette [Montreal], 18 Dec. 1886, 3)
ADAMS, MASS., U.S.A., Notre Dame Roman Catholic Church, Columbia Street, 1887 (NAC, list of works; Adams Historical Society Newsletter, xv, Dec. 1988, illus.)
SOUTHBRIDGE, MASS., U.S.A., Notre Dame Roman Catholic Church, 1887 (Montreal Daily Star, 28 June 1887, 4)
ARTHABASKA, QUE., interior decoration of St. Christophe Roman Catholic Church, and a Presbytery, 1887 (NAC, list of works; Continuite [Quebec City], No. 43, Spring 1989, 63)
STE. MARTINE, QUE., Court House and Registry Office, 1887-88 (Gazette [Montreal], 6 Jan. 1887, 3; M. Carter, Early Canadian Court Houses, 1983, 96, 214, illus.)
ST. PHILLIPE, QUE., Roman Catholic Church, 1887; interiors 1891 (C. Thomas, History of the Counties of Argenteuil, Que. and Prescott, Ont., 1894, 319-20)
ST. HUBERT, QUE., rebuilding of the Roman Catholic Church, with new facade, 1888 (Gazette [Montreal], 17 Jan. 1888, 2)
LACHINE, QUE., Couvent des Soeurs Ste. Anne, consisting of demolition of the Manoir Simpson and construction of Ste. Anne's Sanctuary, St. Joseph Boulevard, begun 1888-90; completed 1894-95 (Montreal Star, 3 Nov. 1894, 8; Montreal, Les Couvents, 1984, 66-75, illus.)
SEATTLE, WASH, U.S.A., Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church, Sixth Street at Bell Street, 1890-91; demol. (J.K. Ochsner & D.A. Andersen, Distant Corner: Seattle Architects and the Legacy of H.H. Richardson, 2003, 239-41)
VICTORIA, B.C., St. Andrew's Roman Catholic Cathedral, Blanshard Street at View Street, 1890-92 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 20 Dec. 1889, 4, descrip.; M. Segger & D. Franklin, Victoria, 1979, 224-5, illus.)

PERRAULT, MESNARD & VENNE

(works in Montreal unless noted)

BANQUE DU PEUPLE, St. James Street near Place d'Armes Hill, with offices for the architects, 1893-94 (Gazette [Montreal], 15 March 1893, 5, descrip.; Montreal Star, 25 March 1893, 3, descrip.; C.A.B., viii, June 1895, illus.). Perrault, Mesnard & Venne exhibited their architectural drawings for this project at the Montreal Art Association Autumn Exhibition in 1894 (Montreal Daily Star, 5 Oct. 1894, 6, list of exhibitors)
BANQUE JACQUES CARTIER, Place d'Armes, addition of three new floors above the existing building, 1893 (Gazette [Montreal], 15 March 1893, 5)
LAVAL UNIVERSITY, St. Denis Street at Ste. Catherine Street, 1893-94 (Le Prix Courant, xii, 25 Aug. 1893, 11; Gazette [Montreal], 18 July 1894, 5, descrip.; Montreal Daily Star, 13 Jan. 1894, 8, illus. & detailed descrip;; and 3 Nov. 1894, 8, descrip.; C.A.B., viii, Jan. 1895, 9; Gazette [Montreal], 7 Oct. 1895, 2, descrip.). The firm of Perrault, Mesnard & Venne exhibited their architectural drawings for this project at the Montreal Art Association Autumn Exhibition in 1894 (Montreal Daily Star, 5 Oct. 1894, 6, list of exhibitors)
COUVENT-DU-SACRE-COEUR, St. Alexander Street, 1893; Chapel 1894 (Le Prix Courant, xii, 12 May 1893, 11; xiv, 13 April 1894, 200; C.A.B., viii, Jan. 1895, 9)
(with Eric Mann) ST. ANTOINE MARKET, Mountain Street, reconstruction after a fire, 1894 (C.R., v, 10 May 1894, 2; C.A.B., viii, Jan. 1895, 8)
(with Eric Mann) MONTREAL, two isolation hospitals for contagious disease patients, for Catholic and Protestant groups, 1894-95 (Gazette [Montreal], 12 June 1894, 6, descrip. and 13 Sept. 1894, 5, descrip.; C.R., v, 24 May 1894, 2; C.A.B., viii, Nov. 1895, 131)
SACRE-COEUR ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, Ontario Street at Alexandre-de-Seve Street, a presbytery, 1894 (C.R., v, 24 May 1894, 2; C.A.B., vii, Sept. 1894, 111 and plate illus.)
DRUMMOND STREET, residence for Louis Rodier, 1894 (C.R., v, 24 May 1894, 2; Montreal Star, 3 Nov. 1894, 8)
STE. CATHERINE STREET EAST, at St. Dominique Street, a new theatre on the site of the Theatre d'Opera Francais, 1894 (Gazette [Montreal], 25 April 1894, 6; C.R., v, 3 May 1894)
HALIFAX, N.S., convent at Mount St. Vincent, Bedford Highway, 1894 (C.R., v, 21 June 1894, 2; Le Prix Courant, xiv, 15 June 1894, 466)
PAWTUCKET, RHODE ISLAND, U.S.A., Roman Catholic Church, 1894 (C.R., v, 21 June 1894, 2; Le Prix Courant, xv, 16 Nov. 1894, 364)
NOTRE DAME STREET WEST, at Versailles Street, two stores and dwellings for the C.S. Rodier Estate, 1894 (C.R., v, 5 July 1894, 2; C.A.B., viii, Jan. 1895, 8)
STE. CATHERINE STREET EAST, at St. Hubert Street, four stores and apartments for Mrs. P.D. Leman, 1894 (Montreal Star, 3 Nov. 1894, 8)
ST. MARY'S COLLEGE, Bleury Street, major additions, 1894 (Montreal Star, 3 Nov. 1894, 8)
PRINCE ARTHUR STREET, five houses for the estate of Hon. J. Masson, including a residence for former Lieutenant-Governor Rodrigue Masson, at Prince Arthur Street and Hutchison Street, 1894 (Montreal Star, 3 Nov. 1894, 8)
ST. CUNEGONDE, House of Refuge for the Soeurs Grises, 1895 (Le Prix Courant, xvi, 2 May 1895; C.R., vi, 9 May 1895, 3)

MAURICE PERRAULT

(works in Montreal unless noted)

LONGUEUIL, QUE. an outdoor summer stage for musical performances, on the residential property of Maurice Perrault, architect, overlooking the St. Lawrence River, 1895 (Gazette [Montreal], 8 May 1895, 3)
(with George F. Hammond, Cleveland, Ohio) ST. LAWRENCE HALL HOTEL, St. James Street, consisting of two buildings, one for a hotel and another for offices and stores, 1896 (C.R., vii, 8 Oct. 1896, 2)
CRESCENT STREET, two tenements for Emma E. Duperreault, 1898 (Le Prix Courant, xxii, No. 38, Nov. 1898)
(with Eric Mann) MONTREAL GENERAL HOSPITAL, Dorchester Street East at St. Dominique Street, 1899 (Montreal Daily Star, 28 Feb. 1899, 8; and 3 March 1899, 10; and 15 April 1899, 22; and 22 April 1899, 7, descrip.; C.R., x, 19 April 1899, 4)
VIAU & SON CO., Notre Dame Street East near Wolfe Street, factory for Charles T. Viau, 1900 (Le Prix Courant, xxvii, 26 Jan. 1900, 317)
LONGUEUIL, QUE., Chocolaterie Herelle, 1900 (dwgs. at ANQM, CAR 40/3/1)
CANADIAN RUBBER CO., Notre Dame Street East at Papineau Avenue, factory, 1900 (Le Prix Courant, xxviii, 22 June 1900, 991)
HALIFAX, N.S., Mother House for the Sisters of Charity, on the campus of Mount St. Vincent Academy, 1900; burned 1951 (Le Prix Courant, xxix, 14 Sept. 1900, 866)
LONGUEUIL, QUE., Hospice St. Antoine, addition of chapel for the Soeurs Grises, 1900 (Le Prix Courant, xxix, 14 Sept. 1900, 865)
FEMALE PRISON, Fullum Street at Parthenais Street, major addition, 1900 (Le Prix Courant, xxix, 14 Sept. 1900, 865)
STE. SCHOLASTIQUE, QUE., residence for J. Grignon, 1900 (Le Prix Courant, xxix, 14 Sept. 1900, 866)
VAUDREUIL, QUE., residence for Dr. Harwood, 1900 (Le Prix Courant, xxix, 14 Sept. 1900, 866)
MONTREAL LIGHT, HEAT & POWER CO., electric sub-station for Royal Electric Co., Queen Street at Wellington Street, 1901 (C.R., xii, 24 July 1901, 5, t.c.)
ST. DENIS STREET, two tenements for Narcisse T. Gagnon, 1902 (Le Prix Courant, xxxiii, 30 May 1902, 41)
HALIFAX, N.S., major addition to Mount St. Vincent Academy, Bedford Highway, Rockingham, annex and chapel, 1902; Chapel, 1904; all destroyed by fire 1951 (Montreal Daily Star, 1 Aug.1902, 5, t.c.; C.R., xiii, 6 Aug. 1902, 1, t.c.; Evening Mail [Halifax], 27 June 1904, 10; Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 28 June 1904)
LONGUEUIL, hotel for Hector Joncas, St. Charles Street, 1902 (Le Prix Courant, xxxiv, 29 Aug. 1902, 41)
MONTREAL SOUTH, Roman Catholic School, Victoria Avenue at Ste. Helene Boulevard, 1903 (La Presse [Montreal], 10 Jan. 1903, 5, illus.)
ECOLE ST. EUSEBE, Fullum Street, 1906 (C.R., xvi, 1 Nov. 1905, 2; Montreal, Les Edifices Scolaires, 1980, 224-5, illus.)
CENTRAL PNEUMATIC POSTAL STATION, opposite the Grand Trunk Railway Station, 1905-06 (La Presse [Montreal], 31 Aug. 1905, 1, 9, illus.)
POSTAL STATION B, Ste. Catherine Street West at University Street, 1904-06 (Montreal Daily Star, 28 Nov. 1904, 4, descrip.; and 31 Aug. 1905, 6, illus., 15, descrip.; 1 Sept. 1905, 10, illus.; 10 March 1906, 18, illus.; C.R., xvii, 23 May 1906, 13; C.A.B., xx, Nov. 1907, 22, descrip.)
MONTREAL LIGHT, HEAT & POWER CO., electric sub-station, Prince Street, 1907-08 (Montreal Daily Star, 1 Feb. 1908, 18)
ST. HYACINTHE, QUE., new facade and restoration of the Roman Catholic Cathedral, Girouard Street West, 1907-09, originally designed in 1902 by Albert Mesnard but destroyed by fire in May 1903 (La Presse [Montreal], 11 March 1910, 1, illus. & descrip.)
LONGUEUIL, QUE., rebuilding Town Hall and Market, St. Charles Street West, 1908 (Montreal Daily Star, 12 March 1908, 12, t.c.; Canada, Town Halls of Canada, 1987, 235-6, illus.)
LONGUEUIL, QUE., College de Freres des Ecoles Chretiennes, Chambly Road, 1908-10 (Societe Historique et Culturelle du Marigot, "Walking Tour of Old Longueuil", website, 2014)
ST. HYACINTHE, QUE., Roman Catholic Seminary, 1909 (C.R., xxiii, 3 Feb. 1909, 21)

COMPETITIONS

MONTREAL, QUE., Liverpool, London & Globe Insurance Co., Place d'Armes at St. James Street, 1901. Perrault was one of six architects invited to submit designs for this large office building (Gazette [Montreal], 7 Aug. 1901, 5; C.R., xii, 14 Aug. 1901, 3). The firm of Hutchison & Wood was later declared as the winner.