Thomas, William Tutin

THOMAS, William Tutin (1828-1892)
(biography in preparation)

MONTREAL

ST. HELEN STREET, opposite Mr. Hutton's Block, warehouse for Jesse Joseph, 1863 (Montreal Herald, 8 Dec. 1863, 2, descrip.)
DUROCHER STREET, residence for A.A. Barber, 1864 (Montreal Herald, 3 Dec. 1864, 2)
SHERBROOKE STREET WEST, at Durocher Street, row of six houses for Edmund Pickup, on the old 'Piatt' property, 1864 (Montreal Herald, 3 Dec. 1864, 2)
TIFFIN'S BLOCK, Great St. James Street at Dollard Street, for Joseph Tiffin, 1867 (Montreal Herald, 22 March 1867, Illustrated Supplement, 4, illus. & descrip.; Montreal, Les Magasins Les Cinemas, 1985, 119-23, illus.)
NOTRE DAME STREET, salon for Mr. Palmer, in the Gibb's Building, 1867 (Montreal Herald, 27 April 1867, 1, descrip.)
NOTRE DAME STREET, three stores for Joseph Tiffin, 1867 (Montreal Herald, 7 Dec. 1867, 2, descrip.)
DORCHESTER STREET WEST, at Phillips Place, residence for George W. Stephens, c. 1867 (Const., xx, June 1927, 189, illus.)
ST. GEORGE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH, Stanley Street at La Gauchetiere Street, 1869-70; Parsonage, 1870 (Gazette [Montreal], 8 Nov. 1867, 1, descrip.; Montreal Herald, 17 May 1869, 2, descrip.; 10 Oct. 1870, 2; 28 Nov. 1870, 1; Montreal, Les Eglises, 1981, 204-13, illus.)
RECOLLET HOUSE, St. Helen Street at Notre Dame Street West, 1869 (inf. from J. Gersovitz, Montreal)
CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL, new residence for Bishop Henden, Union Avenue, 1870 (American Architect & Builder's Monthly, i, April 1870, 23; Montreal Herald, 28 Nov. 1870, 1, descrip.)
SHERBROOKE STREET WEST, at University Street, mansion for Thomas Workman, 1870 ; demol. 1952 (Montreal Herald, 28 Nov. 1870, 1, descrip.; F. Remillard & B. Merrett, Mansions of the Golden Square Mile Montreal 1850-1930, 58-9, illus.)
SHERBROOKE STREET WEST, at Victoria Street, two residences for T.S. Brown and Hon. Charles Wilson, 1870 (Montreal Herald, 28 Nov. 1870, 1)
DUROCHER STREET, new stables and other additions to residence for George Frothingham, 1870 (Montreal Herald, 28 Nov. 1870, 1)
LITTLE ST. JAMES STREET, row of five stores for Alexander Cross, 1870 (Montreal Herald, 28 Nov. 1870, 1)
OTTAWA HOTEL, St. James Street, extensive alterations and improvements, 1870 (Montreal Herald, 28 Nov. 1870, 1, descrip.)
SHERBROOKE STREET WEST, near Peel Street, residence for Mrs. Elizabeth Holland, 1872 (ANQM, Notary R. Beaufield, 19 July 1871, 5916)
EXCHANGE BANK OF CANADA, Notre Dame Street West at St. Francois Xavier Street, 1874-75 (Monetary Times [Toronto], viii, 4 June 1875, 1370, descrip.)
ST. MARTIN'S ANGLICAN CHURCH, St. Urbain Street at Bagg Street, 1874 (Gazette [Montreal], 21 Dec. 1874, 2, descrip.; Canadian Scientific Magazine & Patent Office Record, May 1876, 133, 135, illus. & descrip.)
DORCHESTER STREET WEST, at St. Marc Street, pair of houses for Robert Brown and Duncan McIntyre, later occupied by Lord Shaugnessy, and now part of the Canadian Centre for Architecture, 1874-76; restored 1986-89 (L. Richards, Canadian Centre for Architecture-Buildings and Gardens, 1989, 123-4, illus.; F. Remillard & B. Merrett, Mansions of the Golden Square Mile Montreal 1850-1930, 1987, 92-7, illus.; Montreal, Les Residences, 1987, 102-5, illus.)
EMMANUEL CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Stanley Street at Ste. Catherine Street West, 1876 (Gazette [Montreal], 17 April 1876, 2, descrip.)
McINTYRE, FRENCH & CO. and ROBERT DUNN CO., new warehouses, Victoria Square at Craig Street, 1876 (Canadian Illustrated News, xiii, 3 June 1876, 356, 363, illus. & descrip.)
(with Frank Darling) ST. JOHN THE EVANGELIST CHURCH, St. Urbain Street at Ontario Street, 1877-78 (Gazette [Montreal], 21 June 1877, 4; Montreal, Les Eglises, 1981, 268-75, illus.)
MONTREAL HIGH SCHOOL, Ste. Catherine Street West near Peel Street, 1878 (Gazette [Montreal], 14 March 1878, 4; 22 May 1878, 2, descrip.)
DRUMMOND STREET, mansion for George Stephen, now the Mount Stephen Club, 1882-84 (Toronto World, 12 March 1884, 4, descrip.; C.A.B., xii, March 1899, illus.; Canadian Heritage, Oct. 1981, 37-9, illus.; Montreal, Les Residences, 1987, 674-81, illus.; F. Remillard & B. Merrett, Mansions of the Golden Square Mile Montreal 1850-1930, 1987, 104-09, illus.)
ALBION HOTEL, McGill Street at St. Paul Street, 1881; demol. 1912 (dwgs. at Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montreal, DR 1982 007, items 1 and 2)
GERMAN, ENGLISH & POLISH SYNAGOGUE, McGill College Avenue, 1885 (Gazette [Montreal], 22 Oct. 1885, 2, descrip.)
DRUMMOND STREET, near Pine Avenue, mansion for Duncan McIntyre, 1889; coach house and stable 1891-92; demol. 1930 (C.A.B., ii, March 1889, 32; vi, Sept. 1893, illus.; C.R., ii, 26 Dec. 1891, 2; F. Remillard & B. Merrett, Mansions of the Golden Square Mile Montreal 1850-1930, 1987, 53, illus.)
MONTREAL CITY CLUB, St. James Street, a conversion of the old Post Office building, 1890 (Gazette [Montreal], 18 Feb. 1890, 3, descrip.)
TEMPLE EMANUEL, Stanley Street, 1892 (C.R., iii, 23 April 1892, 2; Gazette [Montreal], 25 May 1892, 3, descrip.)

ELSEWHERE

TORONTO, ONT., Rice Lewis Hardware Co., King Street, addition, 1861 (Globe [Toronto], 14 Aug. 1861, 3, t.c.)
TORONTO, ONT., St. Michael's Roman Catholic College, St. Joseph Street, extension to the East Wing, 1862 (Globe [Toronto], 20 June 1862, 3, t.c.)
TORONTO GAOL, Gerrard Street East at Broadview Avenue, reconstruction and completion of the central portion of the gaol after the fire, 1862-64; gatehouse 1863 (Globe [Toronto], 21 May 1863, 3, t.c.; 28 Oct. 1863, 3, t.c.)
TORONTO, ONT., mansion for John Worthington, Queen's Park Crescent near College Street, 1863; demol. (Globe [Toronto], 5 Feb. 1863, 2)
TORONTO, ONT., St. Michael's Roman Catholic Cathedral, Bond Street at Shuter Street, new spire, 1864 (dwgs. at Metropolitan Toronto Reference Library, Baldwin Room, Langley Coll., 96-7)
ORMSTOWN, QUE., St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, 1867-68 (Montreal Herald, 10 Sept. 1867, 1, descrip.)
QUEBEC CITY, QUE., St. Matthew's Anglican Church, St. Jean Street, addition of Choir, 1870; nave & transepts, 1875; tower 1882 (H. Bergevin, Eglises Protestants, 1981, 73, illus.; L. Noppen et al., Quebec-trois siecles d'architecture, 1979, 173, illus. & descrip.)
TROIS RIVIERES, QUE., St. James Anglican Church, interior alterations and repairs, with new Memorial Window, 1871 (A. Legge, The Anglican Church in Three Rivers, Que. 1768-1956, 83)
TRURO, N.S., St. John's Anglican Church, 1873; plans modified and construction completed by W.R. Mulholland, 1881 (C. Dunphy, The Construction of St. John's Church, Truro, 1973, 11-12, 17)
BARRIE, ONT., Public School, Collier Street at Owen Street, designed 1862 and constructed in 1871 under the supervision of Sherman G. Bird of Barrie (Mail [Toronto], 2 May 1872, 1, descrip.)
OTTAWA, ONT., St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Wellington Street at Kent Street, 1872-74 (Free Press [Ottawa], 15 June 1872, 3; 21 July 1874, 4, descrip.; Ottawa: A Guide to Heritage Structures, 2000, 56-7, illus.)
PRESCOTT, ONT., Town Hall & Market, 1874; demol. (Globe [Toronto], 7 Feb. 1874, 4; t.c.; Canadian Illustrated News, xvii, 4 May 1878, 278, 280, illus. & descrip.)
OTTAWA, ONT., Ottawa Collegiate Institute, Lisgar Street, 1874-75; burned 1893, rebuilt by James Mather (Free Press [Ottawa], 4 June 1874, 2, descrip.; 8 Nov. 1875, 4, descrip.; Journal of Education for the Province of Ontario, xxvii, Aug. 1874, 126-7, descrip.)
SHAWVILLE, QUE., St. Paul's Anglican Church, 1874-77 (Free Press [Ottawa], 21 July 1874, 4, descrip.; Pembroke Observer, 1 Feb. 1878, 3, descrip.)
LYN, ONT., Presbyterian Church, 1875-76 (inf. from United Church Archives, Toronto)
QUEBEC CITY, QUE., Quebec Skating Club Rink, Grande Allée, 1877 (L. Noppen et al, Quebec-trois siecles d'architecture, 1979, 377, 379, illus.)
KEMPTVILLE, ONT., St. James Memorial Church, 1878 (Canadian Illustrated News, xviii, 13 July 1878, 22, 25, illus.)
SAINT JOHN, N.B., Trinity Anglican Church and Sunday School, Germain Street, 1879-80 (Daily Sun [Saint John], 20 May 1879, 3, descrip.; 12 Nov. 1879, 3, descrip. of the Sunday School on Charlotte Street; Evangelical Churchman [Toronto], 16 Dec. 1880, 505-06, descrip.; Saint John Globe, 9 Dec. 1880, 1, descrip.; C.A.B., xi, Jan. 1898, 3 and illus.; G. Hughes, Music of the Eye, 1991, 81-5, illus.; dwgs. at New Brunswick Museum, Saint John, Bin C, 7a-d)
HUNTINGDON, QUE., Anglican Church, 1882 (Evangelical Churchman [Toronto], 27 April 1882, 728; Dominion Churchman [Toronto], 29 March 1883, 199, descrip.)
ARNPRIOR, ONT., St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, John Street North at Ottawa Street, 1890 (C.R., i, 24 May 1890, 3, t.c.; Evening Journal [Ottawa], 31 May 1890, 2, t.c.; H. Lang-Runtz, Grace-St. Andrew's United Church Arnprior, 1991, 24, 38, illus.)