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1931 – Bowker Building, Edmonton, Alberta

Architect: Fred H. MacDonald



Exterior view of the Government Offices and grounds in Edmonton, Alberta. The Administration Building was Edmonton’s most significant Beaux-Arts structure since the Legislature had been constructed more than 20 years earlier and, as it turned out, the last office building constructed in the city of its type. Finished in moulded and polished limestone.

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