Nicholson, Arthur Edwin

NICHOLSON, Arthur Edwin (1881-1945)
(biography in preparation)

A.E. NICHOLSON

(works in St. Catharines unless noted)

POLICE STATION, Park Street at Market Square, alterations and improvements, 1906 (C.R., xvi, 31 Jan. 1906, 2)
QUEEN STREET BAPTIST CHURCH, Queen Street at Church Street, alterations, 1907 (C.R., xvii, 27 Feb. 1907, 4)
CENTRAL SCHOOL, Church Street at William Street, alterations, 1907 (C.R., xviii, 12 June 1907, 6, t.c.)
ISOLATION HOSPITAL, Lincoln Avenue, 1907 (C.R., xviii, 17 July 1907, 2; Daily Standard [St. Catharines], 10 Jan. 1908, 3)
ST. PAUL'S WARD SCHOOL, 1908 (C.R., xxii, 15 July 1908, 26, t.c.)
WHITMAN & BARNES MFR. CO., Thorold Road, 1908 (C.R., xxii, 30 Sept. 1908, 24)
unnamed street, residence for Miss F. Richardson, 1908-09 (C.R., xxii, 2 Dec. 1908, 28)
IMPERIAL BANK, St. Paul Street at Ontario Street, alterations, 1908 (Const., ii, Dec. 1908, 64)
WELLAND AVENUE, residence for an unidentified client, 1909 (Const., ii, June 1909, 91, 94, 96, illus. & descrip.)
ONTARIO STREET, at Lake Street, pair of houses for an unidentified client, 1909 (Const., ii, June 1909, 92-3, 96, illus. & descrip.)
ST. THOMAS ANGLICAN CHURCH, Ontario Street, a rectory for the church, 1909; Parish Hall by Nicholson & MacBeth, 1925 (Const., ii, June 1909, 92-3, 96, illus. & descrip.; Canadian Churchman [Toronto], 6 Aug. 1925, 506,, descrip.)
NIAGARA TOWNSHIP, school for Section No. 3, near Niagara-on-the-Lake, 1910 (C.R., xxiv, 16 Feb. 1910, 24, t.c.)
FONTHILL, ONT., public school, 1910 (C.R., xxiv, 9 March 1910, 26, t.c.)
PORT DALHOUSIE, ONT., Roman Catholic School, 1910 (C.R., xxiv, 4 May 1910, 23, t.c.)
THOROLD, ONT., Carnegie Public Library, Ormond Street, 1911 (C.R., xxv, 5 April 1911, 56)
NIAGARA FALLS, ONT., additions to Barker Street Public School, 1911 (C.R., xxv, 24 May 1911, 60, t.c.)
WELLAND, ONT., First Street School, 1911 (People's Press [Welland], 16 May 1911, 1, descrip.; C.R., xxv, 31 May 1911, 53)
GRIMSBY, ONT., Carnegie Public Library, 1911-12 (Grimsby Historical Society, Once Upon a Little Town: Grimsby 1876-1976, 136, 139, illus.)
WELLAND, ONT., Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Division Street, 1912 (C.R., xxvi, 14 Feb. 1912, 63, t.c.)
WELLAND, ONT., Goodwillie & Son Canning Co., Burgar Street, 1912 (C.R., xxvi, 6 March 1912, 69, t.c.)
NIAGARA FALLS, ONT., residence for Mrs. Sizer, Main Street, 1912 (C.R., xxvi, 14 Feb. 1912, 65, t.c.)
ST. PAUL STREET, at Mary Street, store for Thomas Nihan, 1912 (C.R., xxvi, 13 March 1912, 74)
FORT ERIE, ONT., Central Avenue Methodist Church, 1913-14; Sunday School, 1930 by Nicholson & MacBeth (History of Central Avenue United Church, 1964, 13, 15)
PORT DALHOUSIE, ONT., major addition and alterations to public school, 1913 (C.R., xxvii, 29 Jan. 1913, 70)
WELLAND, ONT., major addition to Welland County Registry Office, Cross Street, 1913-14 (Welland Tribune, 9 Dec. 1913, 6, descrip.)
WELLAND, ONT., Ward Five Public School, 1914 (Welland Tribune, 22 Jan. 1914, 1)
MERRITTON, ONT., Carnegie Public Library, designed 1916; built 1924 (M. Beckman, The Best Gift, 1984, 185; E. Julian et al, St. Catharines: Our Built Heritage, 2005, 147, illus.)
DAVIS APARTMENTS, for Dr. R.C. Davis, 1920 (St. Catharines b.p. 5130, 1920)
MEMORIAL PUBLIC SCHOOL, Welland Avenue at York Street, Queen Street, 1920 (Diamond Jubilee of Memorial School, 1920-1980, unpag., illus.; dwgs. at the St. Catherines Museum)

NICHOLSON & MACBETH

WELLAND, ONT., residence for T.J. Dillon, Aqueduct Street, 1921 (C.R., xxxv, 13 April 1921, 22, illus. in advert.)
I.O.O.F. LODGE NO. 16, stores, offices and lodge rooms, Queen Street, 1922 (C.R., xxxvi, 21 June 1922, 60)
WALLACEBURG, ONT., public school, 1922 (C.R., xxxvi, 19 July 1922, 51, t.c.)
LINCOLN COUNTY REGISTRY OFFICE, Ontario Street at King Street, 1923 (St. Catherines b.p. 4008, 1923)
ST. CATHARINES COLD STORAGE CO., Davidson Street, warehouse, 1923 (St. Catharines b.p. 1044.2, 1923)
THOROLD, ONT., public school, Queen Street, 1923 (C.R., xxxvii, 3 Oct. 1923, 53)
BEAMSVILLE, ONT., high school and vocational school, 1924 (C.R., xxxviii, 12 March 1924, 49)
GENERAL & MARINE HOSPITAL, Queenston Street at Vine Street, nurse's home and addition to the hospital, 1924; major addition to hospital, 1926 (C.R., xxxviii, 25 June 1924, 60; xl, 24 Feb. 1926, 101)
ONTARIO STREET, residence for Miss C. Dawson, 1925 (St. Catherines b.p. 5040, 1925)
GLENRIDGE AVENUE, residence for Capt. Kirkwood, 1925 (St. Catherines b.p. 5017, 1925)
GARDEN CITY LAUNDRY, for John E. Feasby, St. Paul Street West, 1925 (St. Catherines b.p. 1015, 1925)
QUEEN STREET, residence for J.W. McKinnon, 1926 (St. Catherines b.p. 5049, 1926)
WELLAND AVENUE UNITED CHURCH, Sunday School Auditorium, 1927 (St. Catharines b.p. 2015)
YOUNG MEN'S & YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, Queen Street, 1928 (C.R., xlii, 12 Sept. 1928, 52; dwgs. at St. Catherines Museum; E. Julian et al, St. Catharines: Our Built Heritage, 2005, 70, illus.)
YATES STREET, residence for Cecil G. Horton, 1928 (dwgs. at St. Catherines Museum)
YATES STREET, residence for Arthur W. Bate, 1928 (R. Taylor, Discovering St. Catherines Heritage: The Old Town, n.d., 50)
GLENRIDGE AVENUE, three houses for unidentified clients, 1928 (Const., xxi, July 1928, 239-40, illus.)
YATES STREET, residence for Henry Taylor, 1928 (Const., xxi, July 1928, 241-2, 253-4, illus. & descrip.)
GLENRIDGE AVENUE, residence for Leroy Peart, 1928 (Const., xxi, July 1928, 249-50, illus. & descrip.)
GLENRIDGE AVENUE, residence for Archibald E. Mix, 1928 (Const., xxi, July 1928, 251-2, illus & descrip.)
GLENRIDGE PUBLIC SCHOOL, Ontario Street South, 1928 (C.R., xlii, 5 Sept. 1928, 66, t.c.; E. Julian et al, St. Catharines: Our Built Heritage, 2005, 131, illus.)
FONTHILL, ONT., clubhouse for the Lookout Point Golf & County Club, 1928 (C.R., xlii, 1 Aug. 1928, 51)
LEONARD HOTEL, St. Paul Street, a hotel for the St. Catharines Hotel Ltd., 1929 (C.R., xliii, 2 Jan. 1929, 46, t.c.)
HILLCREST AVENUE, residence for Fred M. Hara, 1929 (St. Catherines b.p. 5025, 1929)
HILLCREST AVENUE, house for Ellis Jones, 1929 (St. Catherines b.p. 5026, 1929)
TORONTO, ONT., Baptist Church, Danforth Avenue at Bowden Avenue, 1930-31; later converted into a Parish Hall and Sunday School upon completion of the new church immediately to the north, designed by J.W. Siddall in 1931 (Toronto Star, 4 July 1930, 29, descrip.; 28 Nov. 1930, 37)
ONTARIO STREET SOUTH, store and residence for Alfred G. Hacker, 1932 (St. Catherines b.p. 1126, 1932)

A.E. NICHOLSON

QUEENSTON, ONT., major alterations to 'Willowbank', a residence for William B. Bright, Princess Street, 1933 (C.R., xlvii, 19 July 1933, 35)
McKINNON INDUSTRIES LTD., Ontario Street near Carlton Street, forge building, 1936; major addition, 1941 (C.R., l, 8 July 1936, 37, t.c.; liv, 5 Feb. 1941, 35)
STANDARD PRINTING CO., Queen Street, for the St. Catharines Standard newspaper, 1937 (St. Catharines b.p. 1095, 1937)
QUEENSTON, ONT., restoration of the historic residence of William Lyon Mackenzie, c. 1938 (R.A.I.C. Journal, xx, Dec. 1943, 210, 216, illus. & descrip.)
GRACE ANGLICAN CHURCH, Geneva Street at Carlton Street, 1939 (inf. from St. Catharines Public Library)
QUEEN STREET, building for William W. Park, 1941 (St. Catharines b.p. 5101, 1941)
McDONALD STREET, building for Henry W. Colton, 1942 (St. Catherines b.p. 5088, 1942)
NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE, ONT., residence for A.Henry Ackerman, Niagara Boulevard, 1943 (C.H.G., xxi, May 1944, 34, illus.)