1898 – Canadian Pacific Railway Station, Vancouver, British Columbia
The second CPR station in Vancouver, and unlike the current classical-styled Waterfront Station was built in “railway gothic”
1899 – Molsons Bank Building, Vancouver, British Columbia
Designed for Quebec-based bank Molsons on West Hastings Street, and demolished in 1973.
1909 – Hotel Europe, Vancouver, British Columbia
Angelo Calori commissioned this building as an hotel, his name and commissioning date is inscribed above the main doorway.
1910 – Former Post Office Building, West Hastings Street, Vancouver
An Edwardian Baroque style building, combining English and French architectural influences. Construction began in 1905, was completed by 1910,
1911 – First Baptist Church, Nelson St., Vancouver
On April 2, 1910, John Morton laid the cornerstone for the new church, and shortly over a year later,
1912 – The Sylvia Hotel, Vancouver, British Columbia
Originally built as an apartment block, the Sylvia Court, it was converted to an hotel during the Depression of the 1930’s.
1912 – Vancouver Block, Vancouver, British Columbia
Designed by the architectural firm of Parr and Fee – a partnership of John Parr (1856-1923),
1914 – Canadian Pacific Station, Vancouver, British Columbia
Now known as Waterfront station, this was originally the Pacific terminus for the CPR’s transcontinental passenger trains to Montreal and Toronto.
1915 – Canadian Bank of Commerce, Vancouver
Now a branch of Birks. Listed on the Registry of Historical Places of Canada. Darling &