Colwill, William Frye

COLWILL, William Frye (1871-1928)
(biography in preparation)

W.F. COLWILL

(works in Guelph unless noted)

WOOLWICH STREET, residence for Dr. J.R. Dryden, 1899 (C.R., x, 8 March 1899, 2)
WYNDHAM STREET, alterations and repairs to commercial block for Col. H. Higinbotham, 1899 (C.R., x, 10 May 1899, 3)
GLASGOW STREET, residence for J.J. Kelso, 1899 (C.R., x, 10 May 1899, 3)
ARTHUR STREET, major addition to residence for David Allan, 1899 (C.R., x, 17 May 1899, 2)
LONDON STREET, residence for J.F. Dutton, 1899 (C.R., x, 30 Nov. 1899, 2)
GUELPH HERALD CO., Quebec Street, major alterations to offices for the Herald newspaper, 1900 (C.R., xi, 31 Jan. 1900, 3, t.c.)
WOOLWICH STREET, addition and alterations to residence for Hugo Reed, 1900 (C.R., xi, 21 March 1900, 2, t.c.)
unnamed street, residence for Joseph Paquegnat, 190 (C.R., xi, 2 May 1900, 2, t.c.)
FERGUS, ONT., residence for J.J. Craig, 1901 (C.R., xii, 20 March 1901, 2, t.c.)
KOSUTH, ONT., residence for James Meyer, 1902 (C.R., xiii, 19 Feb. 1902, 2, t.c.)
CHESLEY, ONT., residence for James Halliday, M.P., 1902 (inf. Mr. F. Colwill Calvert, Guelph)
ERAMOSA ROAD, at Queen Street, residence for Dr. Edward W. Wells, 1902 (Weekly Mercury [Guleph], 20 Nov. 1902, 9)
GUELPH WORSTED & SPINNING CO., Huskisson Street, factory, 1902 (C.R., xiii, 23 July 1902, 2, t.c.; Weekly Mercury [Guelph], 20 Nov. 1902, 9)
CARNEGIE LIBRARY, Norfolk Street at Paisley Street, 1902-03; demol. 1965 (C.R., xiii, 30 April 1902, 2; Evening Mercury [Guelph], 24 April 1903, 1; 30 Oct. 1903, 1, 27 Sept. 1905, descrip.; C.A.B., xvii, Jan. 1904, 20, illus.; Const., i, Jan. 1908, 47, illus. & descrip.; M. Beckman, The Best Gift, 1984, 33-5, illus.)
PALMERSTON, ONT., Carnegie Library, 1903 (M. Beckman, The Best Gift, 1984, 48, illus.)
HOMEWOOD SANATORIUM, Delhi Street, Nurse's Home and a residence for Dr. A.T. Hobbs, 1903 (Evening Mercury [Guelph], 30 Oct. 1903, 4)
GUELPH WATERPROOF CLOTHING CO., Surrey Street at Huskisson Street, addition of a second floor to the factory, 1903 (Evening Mercury [Guelph], 30 Oct. 1903, 4)
GUELPH CARPET MILLS CO., Neeve Street, factory, 1903 (Evening Mercury [Guelph], 30 Oct. 1903, 4)
QUEEN STREET, residence for Miss Thompson, 1906 (Weekly Mercury [Guelph], 11 Oct. 1906, 6)
MUSKOKA, summer home for Henry Gummer, Lake Muskoka opposite Muskadasa Island, 1906; burned 1908 (Bracebridge Gazette, 10 May 1906, 1)
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Norfolk Street, additions and alterations to Sunday School, 1907, but commission later awarded to W.A. Mahoney (C.R., xviii, 19 June 1907, 2, t.c.)
KING STREET, at Spring Street, residence for W.H. Holliday, 1909 (inf. Gordon Couling, Guelph)
ST. JAMES WARD SCHOOL (now Torrance School), Waterloo Avenue, 1910 (Daily Mercury [Guelph], 10 Sept. 1910)
DOUGLAS STREET, stores and offices for Walter E. Buckingham, 1911 (C.R., xxv, 2 Aug. 1911, 63, t.c.)
PERTH, ONT., factory for Perth Carpet Mills Co., 1911 (C.R., xxv, 31 May 1911, 61)

COLWILL, BOOTH & CO.

ROYAL HOTEL, extensive altertions and improvements, 1915 (Evening Mercury [Guelph], 11 March 1915)