1911 – Walter Scott building, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan

Architect: Storey & Van Egmond


Constructed by the Moose Jaw Times Herald the building was the largest commercial office building in the province at the time of its completion in 1912. In keeping with the Chicago style, the building displays a tripartite exterior organization with a stone-faced base along the street fa├žade, a brick-faced shaft, and the top floor offset by masonry panels, belt course and projecting cornice with neo-classical dentils.

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