Miller, George Martel

MILLER, George Martel (1854-1933)
(biography in preparation)

(Residential Works)

(works in Toronto unless noted)

DUNN AVENUE, for James Hunter, 1890 (inf. from Toronto Historical Board)
BEATY AVENUE, for William Clarke, 1891 (inf. from Toronto Historical Board)
BLOOR STREET WEST, at St. George Street, for William H. Pratt, 1892 (Toronto b.p. 992, 20 Sept. 1892)
BEDFORD ROAD, at Bernard Avenue, three houses for F.F. Pickering, 1892 (Toronto b.p. 1130, 22 Oct. 1892)
CHARLES STREET EAST, near Yonge Street, row of four houses for William Roberts, 1892 (Toronto b.p. 1131, 22 October 1892)
LANGLEY AVENUE, near Broadview Avenue, pair of houses for William C. Jones, 1892 (Toronto b.p. 1172, 28 Nov. 1892)
GUELPH, ONT., for the Manager of the Bank of Montreal, 1892 (Guelph Daily Mercury, 3 Nov. 1892, 2)
CHURCH STREET, north of Alexander Street, row of five houses for Mrs. Bland, 1893 (Toronto b.p. 1238, 28 March 1893)
GALT, ONT., additions and alterations for Robert MacGregor, McKenzie Street, 1893 (C.R., iv, 27 April 1893, 2)
ST. GEORGE STREET, near Bernard Avenue, for Henry A. Watson, 1893 (Toronto b.p. 1337, 29 May 1893)
GLEN ROAD, near South Drive, two houses for Bruce Pickering, 1893 (Toronto b.p. 1467, 3 Nov. 1893)
CRAWFORD STREET, near Defoe Street, for Andrew Jones, 1894 (Toronto b.p. 1583, 9 April 1894)
TYNDALL AVENUE, pair of houses for John W. Langmuir, 1894 (Toronto b.p. 1620, 14 April 1894)
SPADINA ROAD, north of Bloor Street West, for Thomas Kinnear, 1894 (Toronto b.p. 1667, 31 May 1894)
SOUTH DRIVE, for Jacob Moerschfelder, 1894 (Toronto b.p. 1687, 26 June 1894)
DUNN AVENUE, near King Street West, two houses for William Scott, 1894; 1895 (Toronto b.p. 1736, 28 Aug. 1894; 2147, 30 Sept. 1895)
GUELPH, ONT., for G.B. Ryan, London Road at Park Avenue, 1894 (Guelph Daily Mercury, 18 Oct. 1894, 4, descrip.)
BELLEVILLE, ONT., additions and alterations for L.W. Yeoman, Bridge Street at John Street, 1895 (C.R., vi, 20 June 1895, 1)
BELLEVILLE, ONT., for L.W. Grossman, 1895 (dwgs. in Miller Coll.)
ST. GEORGE STREET, at Prince Arthur Avenue, for Lyman M. Jones, 1895 (Toronto b.p. 2131, 14 Sept. 1895)
DENTONIA PARK FARM, for Chester D. Massey and Walter E.H. Massey, near Victoria Park Avenue and Danforth Avenue, with residence, barns, worker's houses, poultry and brooding houses and water tower, 1897-98 (C.R., viii, 25 March 1897, 3; dwgs. in Miller Coll.)
ST. GE0RGE STREET, at Lowther Avenue, for Edward Y. Eaton, 1898 (Toronto b.p. 196, 31 Jan. 1898)
ELM STREET, near Bay Street, residence, stable & vaults to John Labatt Bottling Works, 1898 (Toronto b.p. 172, 26 May 1898)
BEDFORD ROAD, near Tranby Avenue, for William Booth, 1898 (Toronto b.p. 171, 26 May 1898)
ISABELLA STREET, at Huntley Street, coach house for William R. Johnston, Jarvis Street, 1898 (Toronto b.p. 170, 26 May 1898)
COLLEGE STREET, near Elizabeth Street, pair of houses for Dr. G. Sterling Ryerson, 1898; demol. (Toronto b.p. 38, 9 Sept. 1898)
SPADINA ROAD, near Bloor Street West, for William G. Mitchell, 1898 (Toronto b.p. 37, 9 Sept. 1898)
ST. GEORGE STREET, at Hoskin Avenue, addition of ballroom for Wilmot D. Matthews, 1898 (C.A.B., xii, Dec. 1899, 245, illus.; Charles C. Hill, edit., Artists, Architects & Artisans - Canadian Art 1890-1918, 2013, 154, illus. & descrip.)
ARTHUR STREET, near Bellwoods Avenue, row of three houses, 1899 (Toronto b.p. 110, 3 June 1899)
SEATON STREET, near Dundas Street East, for George McWilliams, 1899 (Toronto b.p. 170, 14 July 1899)
JAMESON AVENUE, near King Street West, for Matthew P. Clemes, 1899 (Toronto b.p. 168, 14 July 1899)
JARVIS STREET, near Wellesley Street East, additions to 'Euclid Hall', for Mrs. Lilian Massey, 1900-01 (dwgs. at NAC, Hart Massey Coll., 756/23090; dwgs. in Miller Coll.)
MARKHAM STREET, near Harbord Street, pair of houses for Caleb Evans, 1900 (Toronto b.p. 180, 26 March 1900)
MARKHAM STREET, near Robinson Street, four houses for James Phillips, 1900 (Toronto b.p. 105, 30 July 1900)
CRAWFORD STREET, near Arthur Street, pair of houses for William Kinnear, 1900 (Toronto b.p. 104, 30 July 1900)
SPADINA ROAD, near Bernard Avenue, pair of houses for Alderman. James Crane, 1900 (Toronto b.p. 17, 28 Nov. 1900)
SPADINA ROAD, near Prince Arthur Avenue, for Caleb Evans, 1901 (Toronto b.p. 91 & 92, 5 March 1901)
CLAREMONT STREET, at Mansfield Street, row of three attached houses for Mr. Nokes, 1901 (Toronto b.p. 119, 19 March 1901) ALBANY AVENUE, near Bloor Street West, pair of houses for Joseph Hoops, 1901 (Toronto b.p. 52, 14 June 1901)
BRUNSWICK AVENUE, near Lowther Avenue, for Robert Smith, 1901 (Toronto b.p. 140, 16 Dec. 1901)
SHERBOURNE STREET, near Wellesley Street East, alterations for Hon. George A. Cox, 1902; glass porch later relocated to residence at 93 Elm Avenue (C.A.B., xvi, Jan. 1903, 13, illus.)
LINDSAY, ONT., alterations to residence for Joseph W. Flavelle, 1902 (C.R., xiii, 23 April 1902, 1, t.c.; dwgs. in Miller Coll.)
BLOOR STREET EAST, at Park Road, for Dr. John E. Reeve, 1904 (Toronto b.p. 513, 21 May 1904)
ELM AVENUE, near Nanton Crescent, for Wilmot L. Matthews, 1905 (Toronto b.p. 2080, 22 Sept. 1905)
PALMERSTON AVENUE, at College Street, for Dr. Charles E. Treble, 1906 (Toronto b.p. 3078, 12 March 1906)
LAMPORT AVENUE, residence for the architect, c. 1906 (dwgs. in Miller Coll.)
BEAUMONT ROAD, for Andrew Wilson, billiard room, garage and verandah additions, 1907-08 (dwgs. in Miller Coll.)
HOMEWOOD AVENUE, pair of houses for Mrs. Massey Treble, 1908 (Toronto b.p. 10218, 24 March 1908)
BINSCARTH ROAD, near Glen Road, for Sir William R. Meredith, 1908 (Toronto b.p. 10968, 12 May 1908)
FOREST HILL ROAD, near St. Clair Avenue West, for Stephen H. Chapman, 1908 (Toronto b.p. 12738, 30 Sept. 1908)
ST. GEORGE STREET, near Bernard Avenue, for Sen. Melville Jones, 1909-10 (Toronto b.p. 18685, 21 Dec. 1909)
BRUNSWICK AVENUE, near Bloor Street West, for Dr. Frederick Gallanough, 1912 (Toronto b.p. 33848, 11 May 1912)

(Institutional Works)

PARKDALE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE, Jameson Avenue, 1888 (C.A.B., i, Nov. 1888, 6, descrip. & illus.)
QUEEN VICTORIA SCHOOL, Close Avenue, 1889 (Annual Report of the Inspector for the Public Schools of Toronto, 1890, Appendix, 15)
WEST TORONTO JUNCTION, two public schools, 1889 (Telegram [Toronto], 23 March 1889, 2, t.c.)
(with Sidney R. Badgley) MASSEY MUSIC HALL, Shuter Street at Victoria Street, 1893-94 (C.R., iv, 27 April 1893, 2; Globe [Toronto], 15 June 1894, 2)
BELLEVILLE, ONT., Albert College, College Street, 1895; burned 1917 (Weekly Intelligencer [Belleville], 6 June 1895, 8, descrip.)
WHITBY, ONT., Ontario Ladies College, extension, 1895 (C.R., vi, 6 June 1895, 2, t.c.)
GRAVENHURST, ONT., National Sanitarium for Consumptives, 1896-97 (C.R., vii, 26 March 1896, 1, t.c.; L. Maitland, Queen Anne Revival Style in Canadian Architecture, 1990, 221, illus.)
HAVERGAL LADIES COLLEGE, Jarvis Street near Carlton Street, 1898; additions 1902; 1906 (Toronto b.p. 195, 31 Jan. 1898; 61, 4 April 1902, 3041, 6 March 1906)
ORONO, ONT., Town Hall, 1898 (C.R., ix, 7 Dec. 1898, 3, t.c.)
ST. CATHARINES, ONT., Ridley College Lower School, Ridley Road West, 1899; Upper School, 1904 (K. Beattie, Ridley:The Story of a School, 1963, 173; Daily Standard [St. Catharines], 2 July 1904, 6)
SHEA'S THEATRE, Yonge Street, new interiors, 1899 (C.A.B., xii, Sept. 1899, 189, illus.)
WHITBY, ONT., park pavilion at Hayden Shore Park for the Whitby Street Railway Co., 1900 (C.R., xi, 5 Dec. 1900, 2, t.c.)
WHITBY, ONT., House of Refuge, 1900 (C.R., xi, 6 June 1900, 3)
GUELPH, ONT., Ontario Agricultural College (now Guelph University), Massey Hall and Library, 1901-03; MacDonald Institute, 1903-04 (Guelph Daily Mercury, 15 Aug. 1901, 1, 2, descrip.; 30 Oct. 1903, 1, descrip.; dwgs. in Miller Coll.)
ANNESLEY HALL, VICTORIA COLLEGE, Queen's Park Crescent at Charles Street West, 1901-02 (Toronto b.p. 101, 25 Nov. 1901; L. Maitland, Queen Anne Revival Style in Canadian Architecture, 1990, 213, illus.; dwgs. at OA, Sproatt & Rolph Coll.)
WYCLIFFE COLLEGE, University of Toronto, Hoskin Avenue, Convocation Hall, 1902 (Toronto b.p. 159, 7 May 1902)
SALVATION ARMY TRAINING COLLEGE, Sherbourne Street near Queen Street East, 1902 (Toronto b.p. 312, 29 Aug. 1902)
LINDSAY, ONT., Carnegie Library, 1903 (C.R., xiv, 2 Sept. 1903, 8)
BELLEVILLE, ONT., addtions to St. Agnes School, Bridge Street East at Ann Street, 1903; demol. 1973 (dwgs. in Miller Coll.)
YONGE STREET MISSION, Yonge Street near Gerrard Street East, 1904, additions 1910 (Toronto b.p. 1256, 24 Sept. 1904)
BELLEVILLE, ONT., Hastings County House of Refuge, Dundas Street East, 1906; demol. (C.R., xvi, 31 Jan. 1906, 5)
HAVEN & PRISON GATE MISSION, Seaton Street near Carlton Street, 1906 (Toronto b.p. 3737, 5 May 1906)
GUELPH, ONT., Homewood Sanitarium, 1906-07; additions 1911 (C.R., xxv, 5 April 1911, 54)
HANOVER, ONT., Town Hall, 1907 (C.R., xviii, 24 April 1907, 2)
BRACEBRIDGE, ONT., Carnegie Library, 1907 (dwgs. in Miller Coll.)
LINDSAY, ONT., Registry Office, additions and improvements, 1909 (dwgs. at Lindsay Public Library)
DEACONESS' HOME, St. Clair Avenue West at Avenue Road, 1908-09; demol. (C.R., xxii, 9 Dec. 1908, 22, illus.; Toronto Society of Architects Exhibition Catalogue, 1912, 113, illus.; dwgs. at City of Toronto Archives PT 95M)
YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, McGill Street near Yonge Street, new Gymnasium and Swimming Pool, 1908 (Toronto b.p. 12026, 30 July 1908)
HOUSEHOLD SCIENCE BUILDING, University of Toronto, for Lillian Massey, Bloor Street West at Queen's Park Crescent, 1908-12 (Toronto Society of Architects Exhibit Catalogue, 1909, 81, illus.; Const., vi, July 1913, 311-12, illus.)
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, Euclid Avenue at College Street, 1911 (C.R., xxv, 13 Sept. 1911, 59, t.c.)
CANNINGTON, ONT., Public School, 1911 (C.R., xxv, 7 June 1911, 60, t.c.)
EDMONTON, ALTA., Wayward Girls Home, 94th Street at 115th Avenue, 1916 (dwgs. in Miller Coll.)
FINNISH CLUB, Broadview Avenue near Fulton Avenue, 1921 (dwgs. in Miller Coll.)
UKRAINIAN LABOUR TEMPLE, Bathurst Street near Dundas Street West, 1926 (Toronto b.p. 93411, 2 Oct. 1926)

(Ecclesiastical Works)

TWEED, ONT., Methodist Church, 1891 (C. Porritt, A History of St. John's United Church, Tweed, Ontario 1857-1967, 15, illus.)
CANNINGTON, ONT., Methodist Church, 1895 (C.R., vi, 25 April 1895, 2, t.c.)
HUNTSVILLE, ONT., Methodist Church, 1897; burned 1948; rebuilt (C.R., viii, 11 March 1897, 2)
ZION METHODIST CHURCH, St. Clair Avenue West at Rushton Road, new Sunday School, c. 1900 (Univ. of Toronto, Rare Book Librry, Miller Coll., Specifications for the church)
CRAWFORD STREET METHODIST CHURCH, reconstruction, 1901; Sunday School, 1906 (C.R., xii, 3 July 1901, 4; xvii, 28 March 1906, 1, t.c.)
EUCLID AVENUE METHODIST CHURCH, Queen Street West, new facade and towers, 1904 (Toronto b.p. 910, 20 July 1904)
COLLEGE STREET METHODIST CHURCH, College Street at Sheridan Avenue, Sunday School, 1905; Church 1908 (Toronto b.p. 1909, 22 Aug. 1905; 10660, 24 April 1908)
CENTRAL METHODIST CHURCH, Bloor Street East at Park Road, alterations, 1906 (C.A.B., xix, June 1906, 89, illus.)
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, University Avenue at Edward Street, 1907; demol. (J.R. Robertson, Landmarks of Toronto, v, 1908, 563-4, illus. & descrip.)
BARRIE, ONT., enlargement and alterations to Collier Street Methodist Church, 1907 (C.R., xviii, 13 March 1907, 2)
WESTMORELAND METHODIST CHURCH, Westmoreland Avenue at Hallam Street, 1908 (Toronto b.p. 11224, 29 May 1908)
NORTH PARKDALE METHODIST CHURCH, Galley Avenue at Sorauren Avenue, 1908 (Toronto b.p. 11522, 17 June 1908)
NEWMARKET, ONT., Methodist Church, additions and remodelling, 1911 (L.G. Jackson, One Hundred Years of Methodism in Newmarket 1824-1924, 36, 45, illus.)
PERTH AVENUE METHODIST CHURCH, Perth Avenue at Wallace Street, 1913 (Toronto Star, 30 March 2013, H1 and H8, illus.)
WOODVILLE, ONT., rebuilding of the Presbyterian Church after a fire, 1920-22 (Woodville Community Presbyterian Church - Celebrating 150 Years 1849-1999, 5-6)
ST. PAUL'S ANGLICAN CHURCH, Willard Avenue at Evans Avenue, 1923-24 (St. Paul's Church, Runnymede - The First Sixty-Two Years 1909-1971, 15)
DANFORTH AVENUE METHODIST CHURCH, Danforth Avenue at Jackson Avenue, 1923-24 (inf. from United Church Archives, Toronto)
CENTENNIAL UNITED CHURCH, Dovercourt Road at Hepbourne Street, new Sunday School, 1927 (Toronto b.p. 96037, 18 Feb. 1927)

(Commercial Works)

GLADSTONE HOTEL, Queen Street West at Gladstone Avenue, 1889 (Telegram [Toronto], 10 Aug. 1889, 2, t.c.)
PIONEER HOTEL, Bloor Street West at Bathurst Street, for J.A. Devaney, 1891 (C.R., ii, 18 July 18991, 3)
LAND SECURITY CO., Victoria Street at Adelaide Street East, office building, 1893 (C.R., iv, 10 Aug. 1893, 2; Toronto b.p. 1415, 11 Aug. 1893)
QUEEN STREET WEST, at Bellwoods Avenue, hotel for John Bromwell, 1893 (C.R., iv, 30 March 1893, 2)
QUEEN STREET WEST, at Peter Street, hotel for Mrs. L.J. Hewitt, 1893 (Toronto b.p. 1368, 15 June 1893)
QUEEN STREET WEST, near Brock Avenue, commercial block for J. Hunter, 1894 (Toronto b.p. 1513, 8 Feb. 1894)
OSGOODBY BUILDING, Melinda Street, for James Wood, 1895; demol. (Toronto b.p. 1824, 16 Feb. 1895; Globe [Toronto], 5 July 1895, 4)
LENNOX HOTEL, Yonge Street near Severn Avenue, 1895 (Toronto b.p. 1828, 22 Feb. 1895; Globe [Toronto], 5 July 1895, 4)
BLOOR STREET WEST, near Dovercourt Road, store for William Emery, 1896 (Toronto b.p. 3128, 31 March 1896)
JOHN LABATT BOTTLING WORKS, Elm Street near Bay Street, 1898 (inf. from Toronto Historical Board)
CITY DAIRY BUILDING, Spadina Crescent at Russell Street, 1900; addition 1910 (Toronto b.p. 178, 18 Sept. 1900; 19448, 24 March 1910)
GRAND UNION HOTEL, Front Street West at Simcoe Street, addition of new floor on top of the existing hotel, 1901 (Toronto b.p. 118, 18 March 1901)
SORAUREN AVENUE, at Garden Avenue, store for Henry Sneath, 1905 (Toronto b.p. 955, 26 May 1905)
DALY HOUSE HOTEL, Simcoe Street at Front Street West, addition, 1906; demol. (Toronto b.p. 3295, 3 April 1906)
QUEEN STREET WEST, at Close Avenue, block for A.L. Gregory including the Sterling Bank, 1906 (Toronto b.p. 4237, 13 June 1906)
VOKES HARDWARE CO., Queen Street East at Bond Street, store and warehouse, 1908; demol. (Toronto b.p. 13625, 22 Dec. 1908)
TORONTO GENERAL TRUSTS CO., Bay Street at Melinda Street, 1909-11; addition 1925; demol. 1966 (Const., v, July 1912, 71-6, illus. & descrip.)
IMPERIAL LIFE INSURANCE BUILDING, 1911 (C.R., xxiv, 21 Sept. 1910, 27; Toronto Society of Architects Exhibition Catalogue, 1912, 83, illus.)
KITCHENER, ONT., Walper House Hotel, King Street, addition, 1913 (C.R., xxvii, 12 March 1913, 71)
LINDSAY, ONT., additions to the Benson House Hotel, c. 1917 (Const., x, Oct. 1917, 364)
PETERBOROUGH, ONT., reconstruction of business block for Bradburns Ltd., Simcoe Street at Charlotte Street, 1918 (C.R., xxxii, 15 May 1918, 61)
LINDSAY, ONT., new facade for Victory Loan Building, 1922 (dwgs. in Miller Coll.)
STAINTON & EVIS CO., Adelaide Street West near Yonge Street, office building, 1930 (Telegram [Toronto], 19 Aug. 1930, 11, illus.; C.R., xlv, 16 Sept. 1931, 55, illus. in advert.)

(Industrial Works)

MERCHANTS DYEING & FINISHING CO., Liberty Street, factory, 1893 (C.R., iv, 27 April 1893, 1, t.c.)
MASSEY HARRIS CO. LTD., Strachan Avenue at Wellington Street West, factory, machine shop and warehouse, 1898 (Toronto b.p. 289, 12 Aug. 1898; 39, 9 Sept. 1898)
BRANTFORD, ONT., Verity Plough Co. Ltd., factory and assembly plant, 1898 (C.R., ix, 20 April 1898, 4)
GALE MANUFACTURING CO., Mincing Lane near Wellington Street West, factory, 1898; demol. (Toronto b.p. 78, 3 Oct. 1898)
HAMILTON, ONT., Sawyer-Massey Co., Wellington Street North, addition to factory, 1899 (C.R., x, 25 Oct. 1899, 2)
A.R. CLARKE & CO., Eastern Avenue near Caroline Avenue, factory, 1900 (Toronto b.p. 177, 18 Sept. 1900)
PETERBOROUGH, ONT., Canadian General Electric Co., Park Street at Albert Street, factory, 1900; warehouse & shipping building, 1912 (C.R., xi, 21 March 1900, 1; xxiii, 20 Jan. 1909, 36, illus.; xxvi, 20 March 1912, 72, t.c.)
ONTARIO WIND ENGINE & PUMP CO., Jefferson Avenue at Pacific Avenue, factory and galvanizing shop, 1901; with three storey factory on west side of Atlantic Avenue at Liberty Avenue, 1901; additions, 1906 (Toronto b.p. 74, 14 Feb. 1901; b.p. 115, 14 March 1901; b.p. 2797, 11 Jan. 1906)
ADAMS BROTHERS, King Street East at Frederick Street, warehouse, 1901 (Toronto b.p. 159, 10 April 1901)
WILLIAM & J.G. GREEY, Church Street at The Esplanade, machine shops, 1902; additions 1919 (C.R., xiii, 19 March 1902, 1; Toronto b.p. 21516, 9 April 1919)
MERCHANTS UNION CO., Wellington Street West near York Street, factory, 1904; demol. (Toronto b.p. 1004, 9 Aug. 1904)
ONTARIO PAPER BOX CO., Sherbourne Street at Britain Street, 1907 (Toronto b.p. 7372, 6 May 1907)
OTTO HIGEL CO., King Street West at Bathurst Street, additions to factory, 1907; 1910; 1911; demol. (Toronto b.p. 7172, 26 April 1907; 22831, 17 Aug. 1910; 26175, 5 April 1911)
WILLIAM GRAHAM CO., George Street near King Street East, warehouse, 1910 (Toronto b.p. 18973, 10 Feb. 1910)
WINNIPEG, MAN., Ontario Wind Engine & Pump Co., Logan Avenue, warehouse, 1910 (Winnipeg b.p. 873, 1911; dwgs. at Winnipeg City Archives)
LANGMUIR MFR. CO., King Street West at Niagara Street, factory, 1912 (Toronto b.p. 36750, 21 Aug. 1912)
ROBERT CREAN HAT CO., Balmuto Street near Charles Street, factory, 1913; demol. (Toronto b.p. 7363, 9 Oct. 1913)
LINDSAY, ONT., cold storage plant for J. Flavelle's Ltd., Kent Street, 1916 (Const., x, Feb. 1917, 73; dwgs. in Miller Coll.)