Shepard, Ralph K.

SHEPARD, Ralph K. (1874-1933)
(biography in preparation)

SHEPARD & CALVIN

(works in Toronto)

UNIVERSITY CLUB OF TORONTO, King Street West near York Street, major alterations, 1912-13; demol. (Toronto b.p. 1503, 21 Dec. 1912)
BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA, Queen Street East at Beech Avenue, 1917 (Toronto b.p. 11311, 7 April 1917; C.R., xxxi, 18 April 1917, 44; Const., xi, April 1918, 107, illus. & descrip.)
AUTOMOBILE & SUPPLY CO. LTD., parking garage and service depot, University Avenue near Pearl Street, 1917; demol. (Const., x, Feb. 1917, 45-52, illus. & descrip.)
CANADIAN CO-OPERATIVE WOOL GROWERS LTD., Jane Street near Weston Road, warehouse, 1920; rebuilding of the warehouse, 1930 (Const., xii Jan. 1920, 19-20, illus. & descrip.; C.R., xliv, 22 Oct. 1930, 64; Toronto Star, 24 Oct. 1930, 35)
BANK OF MONTREAL, St. Clair Avenue West at Keele Street, 1920 (Toronto b.p. 28642, 20 Feb. 1920)
BRYCE AVENUE, at Oriole Gardens, residence for Mrs. Eleanor Calvin, and for the architect Delano D. Calvin, 1920 (Toronto b.p. 28798, 4 March 1920; Const., xv, July 1922, 214-15, illus.)
CANADIAN CO-OPERATIVE WOOL GROWERS LTD., Bay Street at Wellington Street, 1921; demol. C. 1964 (C.R., xxxv, 20 April 1921, 385-6, illus.)
CLUNY DRIVE, at Cluny Avenue, residence for Arthur H. Britton, 1921 (Toronto b.p. 40876, 20 June 1921)
TEMPLE BUILDING, Richmond Street West at Bay Street, alterations, 1922; demol. 1970 (Const., xv, Jan. 1922, 12-16, illus. & descrip.)
TORONTO CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, College Street at University Avenue, major addition and heating plant, 1922-23; demol. 1968 and fragments moved to the Guild Inn, Scarborough (C.R., xxxvi, 29 March 1922, 56; Toronto b.p. 47884, 30 March 1922; Const., xvi, Jan. 1923, 12-17, illus. & descrip.)
TEDDINGTON PARK AVENUE, at Riverview Avenue, residence for Dr. Clarence L. Starr, 1922 (Toronto b.p. 54168, 8 Sept. 1922; C.R., xxxvi, 20 Sept. 1922, 58) GLENROSE AVENUE, near Welland Avenue, residence for Charles E. Moyle, 1922 (Toronto b.p. 55218, 6 Oct. 1922)
OSSINGTON AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH, Ossington Avenue at Bloor Street West, addition of a Sunday School, 1923 (Toronto b.p. 65916, 15 Oct. 1923; Canadian Baptist [Toronto], 13 Dec. 1923, 2, illus. & descrip.)
GERRARD BRANCH PUBLIC LIBRARY, Gerrard Street East at Ashdale Avenue, 1923 (Toronto b.p. 61560, 1 June 1923; Const., xvii, July 1924, 224-6, illus. & descrip.; R.A.I.C. Journal, iii, May/June 1926, 93, 95, illus.; M. Penman, Century of Service: Toronto Public Library 1883-1983, 1983, 27, illus.)
ST. JAMES COURT APARTMENTS, St. Clair Avenue West near Yonge Street, 1925 (Toronto b.p. 77388, 11 Feb. 1925; Const., xviii, Oct. 1925, 322-3, illus. & descrip.; R.A.I.C. Journal, ii, Sept./Oct. 1925, xvii, illus. in advert.)
BANK OF MONTREAL, Lakeshore Road, Mimico, 1925 (Const., xviii, July 1925, 241, illus.)
ANCROFT PLACE HOUSING, Sherbourne Street North at Ancroft Place, a group of 21 houses and garages, with heating plant, 1926 (Toronto b.p. 91752, 4 Aug. 1926; C.R., xl, 6 Oct. 1926, 55; xlii, 25 Jan. 1928, 91, illus. & descrip.; Const., xxi, July 1928, 222-28, illus. & descrip.)
BROCK BUILDING, Bay Street at Wellington Street West, major alterations for Playfair Patterson & Co. for Muirhead's Restaurant, 1927-28 (C.R., xli, 21 Dec. 1927, 46; Canadian Hotel Review, I, Sept. 1928, 7-11, illus.)
(with J. Foster Warner, Rochester, N.Y.) FORD HOTEL, Dundas Street West at Bay Street, 1927-28; with 'Skyscraper Bungalow' on the roof, 1927-28; demol. c. 1970 (C.R., xli, 1 June 1927, 50; Const., xxi, Aug. 1928, 273-4, 291-2, illus. & descrip.; C.H.G.,vi, Jan. 1929, 30-1, illus.)
OKE BUILDING, Bay Street near Adelaide Street West, for F.G. Oke Stock Brokerage, 1928-29 (Const., xxii, June 1929, 179-80, 201, illus. & descrip.)
PATONS & BALDWINS LTD., Roselawn Avenue at Times Road, woolen mill, 1931; converted to residential condominium lofts c. 2003 (C.R., xlv, 20 May 1931, 55; xlvi, 11 May 1932, 53, illus. in advert.)

(works elsewhere)

SIMCOE, ONT., Carnegie Library, 1911 (C.R., xxv, 8 March 1911, 137; M. Beckman, The Best Gift, 1984, 185)
(with E.L. Tilton, New York) KINGSTON, ONT., Douglas Library, Queen's University, University Street at Union Street, designed 1916; built 1923-24 (Const., ix, March 1916, 98; xviii, Dec. 1925, 362-73, illus. & descrip.; xxiv, Nov. 1931, 358-60, illus. & descrip.; R.A.I.C. Journal, ii, Nov./Dec. 1925, 207, 220-21, illus.; dwgs. Queen's University Archives, Kingston)
WATFORD, ONT., Merchants Bank of Canada, 1917 (Const., x, Dec. 1917, 432; xi, May 1918, 165)
OAKVILLE, ONT., Appleby College, Lakeshore Road, a student residence, 1918-19; Memorial Chapel, 1920 (Const. xi, May, 1918, 165; xii, July 1919, 194-7, illus.)
NIAGARA FALLS, ONT., Merchants Bank of Canada, Queen Street at Ontario Street, 1918 (Const., xii, Dec. 1919, 386-7, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. Bank of Montreal, Premises Dept., Toronto)
GEORGETOWN, ONT., Merchants Bank of Canada, 1919 (Const., xii, Dec. 1919, 384-5, illus. & descrip.)
HAMILTON, ONT., Dominion Bank, King Street East at Wentworth Street, 1921 (dwgs. Toronto Dominion Bank, Premises Dept. S.W. Region)
HAILEYBURY, ONT., Bank of Nova Scotia, 1923 (C.R., xxxvii, 31 Oct. 1923, 50)
KINGSTON, ONT., Ban Righ Hall, a Women's Residence for Queen's University, Queen's Crescent at University Street, 1924-25 (C.R., xxxviii, 27 Feb. 1924, 52; R.A.I.C. Journal, ii, Nov./Dec. 1925, 213, 219-21, illus.; Const., xviii, Dec. 1925, 368-73, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. NAC, Power Coll. NMC 81203/19) KINGSTON, ONT., residence for Dr. Francis King, St. Lawrence Avenue at King Street West, 1925 (Const., xviii, Dec. 1925, 377-8, illus. & descrip.)
NORTH BAY, ONT., Bank of Nova Scotia, Main Street West, 1926 (dwgs. Bank of Nova Scotia Archives, Toronto)
NORTH BAY, ONT., Presbyterian Church, First Avenue West at Commercial Street, 1926 (C.R., xl, 13 Oct. 1926, 53)
LANCASTER, N.B., Bank of Nova Scotia, 1930 (dwgs. Bank of Nova Scotia Archives, Toronto)
BEECHY, SASK., Bank of Nova Scotia, 1930 (dwgs. Bank of Nova Scotia Archives, Toronto)
DIXIE, ONT., cold storage and packing plant for Fred J. Watson, 1933 (C.R., xlvii, 10 May 1933, 38)