1899 – Manitoba Trusts Company, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Manitoba Trusts Company building constructed at Notre Dame Street East, 1898-99.
1908 – Former Bank of Nova Scotia, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Designed by Toronto architects Darling & Pearson, the former Bank of Nova Scotia was the first bank to be erected away from “Banker’s Row” on Main Street.
1904 – Post Office, Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba
Built to replace an earlier post office building near Pacific Station, which was demolished.
1907 – Imperial Bank, Winnipeg, Manitoba
The 1906 Imperial Bank on Main Street is an example of the Classical Revival or Neo-classical style that came to prominence for large public structures in North America after the turn of the century.
1904 – Cottage at Brandon, Manitoba
1901 – Residence in British Columbia
According to architect Jeremy Ashford of Auckland NZ: “To my knowledge no such house was built in Canada.
1899 – Molsons Bank Building, Vancouver, British Columbia
Designed for Quebec-based bank Molsons on West Hastings Street, and demolished in 1973.
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”
1896 – Post Office & Customs, Inland Revenue, Victoria, British Columbia
Demolished in 1955.