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1905

23 January 2012

1905 – Metropolitan Convalescent Institution, Bexhill, Sussex

Architect: Rowland Plumbe & Harvey Opened 1881 as a convalescent home for men. Demolished 1988. Published in The Building News, July 28th 1905.

05 January 2012

1905 – Public School 62, Hestor St., New York

Architect: C.B.J. Snyder Designed by C.B.J. Snyder for the New York City Board of Education, the building was demolished in the 1930s. Snyder was the Superintendent of School Buildings for the New York...

06 August 2011

1905 – Federal Building, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

Architect: David Ewart A Federal Building containing the Post Office, the Land Titles Office, Registry offie, and Court House.

02 August 2011

1905 – Empire Block, Edmonton, Alberta

The Empire Block was constructed in 1905 by McDougall and Secord, Ltd. as an office and retail building. The upper floors were designed as offices, with the ground floor reserved for retail and...

09 December 2010

1905 – Carnegie Library, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, Scotland

Architect: Alex Cullen Front perspective view including ground & 1st. floor plans published in The Building News, March 6th 1903. Chosen by competition, construction was financed by money donated by the Scottish-American entrepreneur...

09 December 2010

1905 – Putney Wharf, London

Architect: Herbert Hulton View from across river published in The Building News, March 31, 1905.

08 November 2010

1905 – Market Building & Auditorium, Seattle, Washington

Drawing of a market building and auditorium planned for Seattle, Washington c. 1905. Never executed, but Union Station.

04 October 2010

1905 – Redesign of Kings Cross Station, London

Architect: A.C. Dickie A 1905 scheme for the treatment of Kings Cross Station facade as a decorative design in marble. Published in The Builder, January 7th 1905.

13 August 2010

1905 – Northern Bank, Winnipeg

Architect: George W. Northwood Established as Winnipeg’s Northern Bank in 1905 and merging with the exclusively Ontario-based Crown Bank of Canada in 1908 to form the Northern Crown Bank. Winnipeg remained the new...