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Architecture of Ontario

24 January 2012

1890 – Library, Hamilton, Ontario

Architect: In 1913 the first Hamilton Public Library vacated their building, built on Main Street West near James in 1890, and moved across the street into the new Carnegie Library. The City finally...

10 December 2009

1890 – Notre Dame Du Portage Church, Kenora, Ontario

Architect: Senecal & Papineau Founded in 1890, on Christmas Eve 1914 fire totally destroyed the interior, leaving only the granite walls standing. Within the space of a year the parishioners had the church...

01 October 2009

1891 – Aged Womans Home, Toronto, Ontario

Architect: B.R. Gregg

24 January 2011

1891 – Royal Hamilton Yacht Club, Ontario

Architect: William Stewart Short-lived and eccentric building, opened in 1891 and destroyed by fire in 1915.

01 October 2009

1891 – St. Paul’s Church, Wingham, Ontario

Architect: Strickland & Symonds

01 October 2009

1891 – YMCA Building, Kingston, Ontario

Architect: Reid & Ellis

11 December 2009

1892 – Gooderham Building, Toronto, Ontario

Architect: David Roberts Jr. The building was commissioned by George Gooderham to house the head offices of his Gooderham & Worts distilling company. Wedged into the confluence of Wellington and Front Street East,...

11 December 2009

1892 – Ontario Legislature, Toronto, Ontario

Architects: Richard A. Waite In the mid-1880s a fashion for American architecture brought the style of Boston architect Henry Hobson Richardson north. Known as Richardsonian Romanesque, the style featured massive blocks of rough-hewn...

29 August 2013

1892 – Toronto Board of Trade Building. Yonge St., Toronto

Architect: James & James Designed by the American architectural firm of James & James of New York City, and closely resembled the appearance of the Board of Trade Building in Boston, Mass., which...