Schofield, John

SCHOFIELD, John (1883-1971)
(biography in preparation)

(Railway Stations)

ESTEVAN, SASK., Canadian Northern Railway Station, 1915 (E. Martin, Railway Stations in Western Canada, 1980, 61)
FORT WILLIAM, ONT., Canadian Northern Railway Station, 1917-18 (Winnipeg Tribune, 16 Feb. 1918, 4)
HOPE, B.C., Canadian Northern Railway Station, 1915 (E. Martin, Railway Stations in Western Canada, 1980, 61)
CHILLIWACK, B.C., Canadian Northern Railway Station, 1915 (E. Martin, Railway Stations in Western Canada, 1980, 61)
MOOSE JAW, SASK., Canadian National Railway Co., passenger station and Union Depot, 1919 (Winnipeg Tribune, 15 March 1919, 2, t.c.; City of Moose Jaw b.p., 21 May 1919)
ST. CATHARINES, ONT., Niagara, St. Catharines & Toronto Railway Co. Terminal, Geneva Street, 1924 (Canadian Railway & Marine World, xxvii, Jan. 1924, 33-4, illus. & descrip.; Dec. 1924, 625, illus. & descrip.)
EDMONTON, ALTA., C.N.R. Station, 100th Street at 104th Avenue, 1927-28 (Canadian Railway & Marine World, xxxi, April 1928, 188-90, illus. & descrip.; H. Kalman, History of Canadian Architecture, 1994, 735-6, illus.)
NIAGARA FALLS, ONT., Niagara, St. Catharines & Toronto Railway Co. Terminal, 1927 (Canadian Railway & Marine World, xxx, Aug. 1927, 478-9, illus. & descrip.; Canadian Hotel Review, vi, Aug. 1928, 18-20, 59, 62, illus.)
(with John S. Archibald) HALIFAX, N.S. C.N.R. Railway Station, Barrington Street at South Street, 1928 (Evening Mail [Halifax], 12 July 1928, 7, detailed architectural descrip.)
JASPER, ALTA., C.N.R. Station, 1929 (Architectural Forum [New York], liii, Dec. 1930, 696, illus.)
HAMILTON, ONT., C.N.R. Station, Murray Street at James Street North, 1929-30 (Canadian Railway & Marine World, xxxii, April 1929, 221, illus. & descrip.; xxxiv, April 1931, 197-8, illus. & descrip.; Const., xxiv, July 1931, 231-5, illus. & descrip.; Railway Age [New York], xciii, 20 Aug. 1932, 246-50, illus. & descrip.; Parks Canada, Directory of Federal Heritage Designations, list of Designated Buildings, 15 Nov. 2000)
GANANOQUE, ONT., C.N.R. Station, 1929 (C.R., xliii, 5 June 1929, 60)
SAINT JOHN, N.B., Union Station, Pond Street, 1931-32; demol. c. 1974 (Canadian Railway & Marine World, xxxiv, Oct. 1931, 621-3, illus. & descrip.; xxxvi, April 1933, 157-8, illus. & descrip.)
LONDON, ONT., C.N.R. Station, York Street, 1934-36 (Canadian Railway & Marine World, xxxvii, Sept. 1934, 377-9, illus. & descrip.; xxxix, Nov. 1936, 491-4, illus. & descrip.)
SASKATOON, SASK., C.N.R. Station, 1st Avenue, 1938 (Canadian Transportation, xli, Sept. 1938, 439, illus. & descrip.)
MONTREAL, QUE., C.N.R. Central Station, Dorchester Street West, 1942-43 (Gazette [Montreal], 26 May 1943, 11 & 17, detailed architectural descrip.; C.R., lvi, 23 June 1943, 30-43, 56, illus. & descrip.; R.A.I.C. Journal, xx, Nov. 1943, 185-97, illus. & descrip.; Tim Morawetz, Art Deco Architecture Across Canada, 2017, 217-21, illus. & descrip.; inf. Scott Edwards)
MIDLAND, ONT., C.N.R. Railway Station, 1944 (Blairmore Enterprise [Blairmore, Alta.], 18 Aug. 1944, 6, illus. & descrip.; Georgetown Herald [Georgetown, Ont.], 20 Sept. 1944, 5, illus. & descrip.)

(Railway Office Buildings, and Storage, Freight & Industrial Buildings)

SASKATOON, SASK., Canadian Northern Railway Co., stockyards and related buildings, 1916-17 (Saskatoon Daily Star, 26 Dec. 1916, 3, descrip.)
BRANDON, MAN., Canadian Northern Railway Co., 9th Street, offices, storage buildings and sheds, 1918 (Brandon b.p. 2511, 13 Aug. 1918)
WINNIPEG, MAN., Canadian National Railway yards, addition to Freight Car Shops, and addition to Power House, 1919 (Edmonton Bulletin, 6 May 1919, 13, t.c.)
SASKATOON, SASK., Canadian National Railway Co., First Avenue, a large 2 storey Freight Office building, and extension to the Freight Shed, 1919 (Saskatoon Phoenix, 16 Aug. 1919, 23, t.c.; Saskatoon Daily Star, 17 Sept. 1919, 3, illus. & descrip.)
CALGARY, ALTA., Canadian National Railway yards, Stores Building No. 4, 1919 (Edmonton Bulletin, 6 May 1919, 13, t.c.)
BIG VALLEY, ALTA., Canadian National Railway yards, Stores Building No. 4, 1919 (Edmonton Bulletin, 6 May 1919, 13, t.c.)
(with Hugh G. Jones) TORONTO, ONT., C.N.R. Express and C.N.R. Offices, York Street south of Front Street West, 1928 (Canadian Railway & Marine World, xxxi, Oct. 1928, 599-600, illus. & descrip.)
MONTREAL, QUE., Terminal Warehouse & Cartage Co., Grey Nuns Street, major addition to warehouse, 1930 (C.R., xliv, 18 June 1930, 87; Montreal, Architecture Industrielle, 1982, 188-9, illus.)
WINNIPEG, MAN., C.N.R. Office Building, Portage Avenue at Main Street, 1940 (Canadian Transportation, xliii, Nov. 1940, 571-2, illus. & descrip.; C.R., liii, 25 Dec. 1940, 42, 47, illus. & descrip.; lv, 26 Aug. 1942, 10-12, illus. & descrip.)

(Railway Roundhouses & Car Barns)

PORT ARTHUR, ONT., Canadian National Railway Roundhouse, addition of five stalls for locomotives, 1919 (Edmonton Bulletin, 6 May 1919, 13, t.c.)
EDMONTON, ALTA., Canadian National Railway Roundhouse, addition of five stalls for locomotives, 1919 (Edmonton Bulletin, 6 May 1919, 3, and 13, t.c.)
HANNA, ALTA., Canadian National Railway Roundhouse, addition of five stalls for locomotives, 1919 (Edmonton Bulletin, 6 May 1919, 13, t.c.)
HUMBOLDT, SASK., Canadian National Railway Roundhouse, addition of ten stalls for locomotives, and machine shop, 1919 (Edmonton Bulletin, 6 May 1919, 13, t.c.)
NORTH BATTLEFORD, SASK., Canadian National Railway Engine House, addition of 15 stalls for locomotives, and new Machine Shop, 1919 (Edmonton Bulletin, 6 May 1919, 3, and 13, t.c.)
KAMSACK, SASK., Canadian National Railway Roundhouse, Stores Building No. 4, 1919 (Edmonton Bulletin, 6 May 1919, 13, t.c.)
PRINCE ALBERT, SASK., Canadian National Railway Roundhouse, addition of ten stalls for locomotives, 1919, and Stores Building No. 4, 1919 (Edmonton Bulletin, 6 May 1919, 13, t.c.)
OSHAWA, ONT., car barns for the Oshawa Electric Railway, 1928 (C.R., xlii, 18 July 1928, 49, t.c.)

(Railway Hotels)

GRAND BEACH, MAN., large summer hotel on Lake Winnipeg for Canadian Northern Railway employees, 1920 (Winnipeg Tribune, 23 June 1920, 15)
JASPER, ALTA., Jasper Park Lodge, a group of nearly 30 buildings in a rustic architectural style, including guest bungalows, recreational buildings, staff dormitories, dining hall, laundry building, power plant, and service buildings, 1924 to 1931 (Parks Canada, Heritage Report, Jasper Park Lodge: Built Heritage Resource Description and Analysis, April 1992, pp. 6-7, descrip.; inf. Robert Hamilton, Hamilton, Ont.)
JASPER, ALTA., Jasper Park Lodge Golf Club House, 1926-27 (Glengarry News [Glengarry, Ont.], 16 March 1928, 6, illus. & detailed descrip.; inf. Robert Hamilton, Hamilton, Ont.)
JASPER, ALTA., Jasper Park Outlook Cabin, a 6-room lodge and residence, 1931; burned 9 Nov. 2000, and later rebuilt (Gazette [Montreal], 14 Jan. 2001, 5, illus. & descrip.)
(with G.F. Drummond) CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I., C.N.R. Hotel, Kent Street, 1930-31 (C.R., xlv, 14 Jan. 1931, 59, illus. in advert.; Halifax Mail, 17 April 1931, 15, illus. & detailed architectural descrip.; Canadian Railway & Marine World, xxxiv, May 1931, 273-4, illus. & descrip.)
(with John S. Archibald) VANCOUVER, B.C., C.N.R. Hotel (Hotel Vancouver), West Georgia Street at Burard Street, begun 1929 by J.S. Archibald; completed 1934-39 by John Scholfield (R.A.I.C. Journal, viii, Aug. 1931, 309, illus.; xv, Dec. 1938, 278; Canadian Hotel Review, xvii, May 1939, 13-27, illus. & descrip.)
(with John S. Archibald) SASKATOON, SASK., C.N.R. Hotel (Hotel Bessborough), 21st Avenue at Spadina Crescent, begun 1929 by J.S. Archibald; completed 1934-35 by John Scholfield (Canadian Hotel Review, vii, Jan. 1929, 25; C.R., xliii, 13 Nov. 1929, 61)
OAK POINT, N.B., summer hotel for the C.N.R., 1930 (Canadian Hotel Review, viii, Aug. 1930, 33)

(Airplane Hangars)

ST. JAMES, MAN., airplane hangar for Trans-Canada Airways, at Stevenson's Airport, 1937-38 (C.R., li, 26 Jan. 1938, 39)
TORONTO, ONT., a large airplane hangar at Malton Airport for Trans-Canada Airlines, 1938-39 (Globe & Mail [Toronto], 16 Sept. 1938, 15, descrip.; 17 Sept. 1938, 2, illus.)
WINNIPEG, MAN., major addition to airplane hanger for Trans-Canada Airways, 1939 (Georgetown Herald, 28 June 1939, 6)
MONCTON, N.B., airplane hangar for Trans-Canada Airways, 1939-40 (Gazette [Montreal], 27 Sept. 1939, 21, descrip.; 25 Nov. 1939, 19, descrip.; Georgetown Herald, 3 Jan. 1940, 2; inf. Scott Edwards)
ST HUBERT, QUE., airplane hangar for Trans-Canada Airlines, 1939 (Gazette [Montreal], 27 Sep. 1939, 21, descrip.; 25 Nov. 1939, 19, descrip.; inf. Scott Edwards)
DORVAL, QUE., a large airplane hangar and administration building for Trans-Canada Airlines, 1940-41; additional buildings, 1946 (Gazette [Montreal], 12 Oct. 1940, 21, descrip.; C.R., liv, 6 Aug. 1941, 31; lix, Nov. 1946, 100)

(Other Railway works)

OTTAWA, ONT., The Royal Train, for the visit of the King George VI & The Queen to Canada in 1939, including the complete interior design of the last two passenger cars on the Royal Train, with sleeping car and Reception car, 1939 (Ottawa Journal, 13 May 1939, "Salute to Royalty" Section, page 6A, descrip.)
LYTTON, B.C., C.N.R. Telegraph Repeater Station, 1944-45 (Nanaimo Free Press, 6 Nov. 1945, 7, descrip.)
150 MILE HOUSE, B.C., C.N.R. Telegraph Repeater Station, 1944-45 (Nanaimo Free Press, 6 Nov. 1945, 7, descrip.)
PRINCE GEORGE, B.C., C.N.R. Telegraph Repeater Station, 1944-45 (Nanaimo Free Press, 6 Nov. 1945, 7, descrip.)
BURNS LAKE, B.C., C.N.R. Telegraph Repeater Station, 1944-45 (Nanaimo Free Press, 6 Nov. 1945, 7, descrip.)
WOODCOCK, B.C., C.N.R. Telegraph Repeater Station, 1944-45 (Nanaimo Free Press, 6 Nov. 1945, 7, descrip.)
KLEENA KLEENE, B.C., C.N.R. Telegraph Repeater Station, 1944-45 (Nanaimo Free Press, 6 Nov. 1945, 7, descrip.)
BELLA COOLA, B.C., C.N.R. Telegraph Repeater Station, 1944-45 (Nanaimo Free Press, 6 Nov. 1945, 7, descrip.)
PORT HARDY, VANCOUVER ISLAND, B.C., C.N.R. Telegraph Repeater Station, 1944-45 (Nanaimo Free Press, 6 Nov. 1945, 7, descrip.)
TOFINO, VANCOUVER ISLAND, B.C., C.N.R. Telegraph Repeater Station, 1944-45 (Nanaimo Free Press, 6 Nov. 1945, 7, descrip.)
COURTENAY, VANCOUVER ISLAND, B.C., C.N.R. Telegraph Repeater Station, 1944-45 (Nanaimo Free Press, 6 Nov. 1945, 7, descrip.)