Sharp, George Lister Thornton

SHARP, George Lister Thornton (1880-1974)
(biography in preparation)

G.L.T. SHARP

NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., West End Public School, a commission won in a competition, 1908 (Vancouver Daily World, 16 May 1908, 13)

SHARP & THOMPSON

(works in Vancouver unless noted)

Institutional Works

VANCOUVER CLUB, West Hastings Street, at the foot of Hornby Street, 1912-13 (Vancouver Daily World, 8 April 1912, 12, descrip.; and 11 Sept. 1912, 19, descrip.; Province [Vancouver], 3 Aug. 1912, 25, descrip.; Saturday Sunset [Vancouver], 14 Feb. 1914, 20, detailed descrip.; C.R., xxviii, 17 June 1914, 792, illus. & descrip.)
UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, Point Grey, campus plan, designed 1912-14, but construction delayed until after WW1 in 1924; (Colonist [Victoria], 11 Dec. 1912, illus. & descrip.; Province [Vancouver], 14 Dec. 1912, 36, descrip.; Vancouver Daily World, 14 Dec. 1912, 19, illus. & descrip.; Const., vi, March 1913, 104-05, illus.; Builder [London], civ, 20 June 1913, 702-04, illus & descrip.; Building News [London], civ, 20 June 1913, 848-9, illus. & descrip.; Master Plan with bird's eye perspective, Vancouver Sun, 7 April 1920, 3, illus.; and 11 April 1920, 23, illus. & descrip. of new buildings, "...in the free Tudor style"; H. Kalman, History of Canadian Architecture, 1994, 710-11, illus.; Rhodri Liscombe, "The Imperial American Campus: Designing the University of British Columbia" in Journal of the Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada, xxxv, No. 1, March 2010, 47-56, illus.); and
U.B.C., 6 new "semi-permanent" buildings on the campus, including Agricultural Building, Arts Building, Auditorium, Administration Building, Applied Sciences Building, and Engineering Building, 1924-25; and
U.B.C. Library Building, 1923-24; major additions, 1946-47 (Vancouver Daily World, 3 Oct. 1923, 9, illus. & descrip.; C.R., xxxvii, 17 Oct. 1923, 50, t.c.; Vancouver Sun, 14 March 1924, 1; R.A.I.C. Journal, ii, Sept.-Oct. 1925, 176-79, illus. & descrip.; Architectural Forum [New York], xliv, June 1926, 365, illus.; Const., xxiv, Nov. 1931, 360-2, illus. & descrip.; Chilliwack Progress, 21 Aug. 1946, 14, illus. .& descrip.; dwgs. at Canadian Architectural Archives, Univ. of Calgary), and
U.B.C. Science Building, 1923-24 (C.R., xxxvii, 17 Oct. 1923, 50, t.c.; Vancouver Sun, 14 March 1924, 1; R.A.I.C. Journal, ii, Sept.-Oct. 1925, 171, 175-6, illus.); and..
U.B.C. Central Heating Plant & Powerhouse, 1923-24; addition, 1949 (C.R., xxxvii, 31 Oct. 1923, 48; and lx, Feb. 1947, 149; Vancouver Sun, 14 March 1924, 1; R.A.I.C. Journal, ii, Sept.-Oct. 1925, 179, illus. & descrip.), and
U.B.C. Anglican Theological College, Chancellor Boulevard at Crescent Road, 1927-29 (Const., xx, May 1927, 166); and
U.B.C. Union College, a 4 storey theological school for the United Church of Canada, Iona Drive, 1927; with addition for Library Tower, 1930 (C.R., xli, 19 Jan. 1927, 46, t.c.; Daily Province [Vancouver], 17 Feb. 1927, 2, descrip., and p. 25, t.c.; Const., xxiii, June 1930, 211); and
U.B.C. Outdoor Sports Stadium, 1937 (The Province [Vancouver], 19 Jan. 1937, 10); and
U.B.C. Brock Memorial Student Building, designed 1936; built 1939 (Vancouver Sun, 23 Jan. 1936, 11; The Province [Vancouver], 23 Jan. 1936, 18, descrip., and 1 Feb. 1936, Province Sunday Magazine, p. 1, illus.; C.R., lii, 24 May 1939, 78; R.A.I.C. Journal, xviii, Aug. 1941, 138, illus.)
VANCOUVER GENERAL HOSPITAL, West 10th Avenue at Heather Street, University Building, 1916 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
POINT GREY MEMORIAL COMMUNITY HALL, Dunbar Street near West 28th Avenue, 1920 (C.R., xxxiv, 10 March 1920, 61, t.c.; Vancouver Sun, 5 April 1920, 7, illus. & detailed descrip.)
POINT GREY, Boy Scout's Hall, 1922-23 (Vancouver Daily World, 19 Dec. 1922, 16)
CHILDREN'S AID SOCIETY, Wall Street at Yale Street, Infants Cottage, 1923; Baby's Dormitory, 1923 (Vancouver Daily World, 4 May 1923, 9, descrip.; 9 Oct. 1923, 16, descrip.; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
POINT GREY GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB, major addition, 1923 (Vancouver Daily World, 20 April 1923, 12, descrip.)
WW1 WAR MEMORIAL CENOTAPH, in Memorial Square, on West Hastings Street, 1923 (Vancouver Daily World, 7 Sept. 1923, 1; Vancouver Sun, 9 March 1924, 2, illus. & descrip.)
CHILLIWACK, B.C., WW1 War Memorial Cenotaph, 1922-23 (Chilliwack Progress, 18 Jan. 1923, 1)
ST. LUKE'S NURSING HOME, East Cordova Street near Gore Avenue, 1924-25 (Vancouver Sunday Province, 15 March 1925, 11, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
RED CROSS WORK SHOP, West 15th Avenue, 1924 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
FIRE HALL NO. 21, Carnarvon Street at West 38th Avenue, 1924 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
HASTINGS SCHOOL, Clinton Street at Franklin Street, major addition, 1925 (Const., xviii, May 1925, 171)
TEMPLETON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL, Templeton Drive at East Georgia Street, 1926-27 (Province [Vancouver], 9 Nov. 1927, 32)
C.P.R. GOLF CLUB HOUSE, West 51st Avenue, 1926 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
JAPANESE HALL, Alexander Street near Jackson Street, 1927 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
QUADRA CLUB, West Hastings Street near Burrard Street, 1929 (C.R., xliii, 13 March 1929, 58; H. Kalman, Exploring Vancouver, 1993, 89, illus.; dwgs. at Canadian Architectural Archives, Univ. of Calgary)
CANADIAN INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND, West Broadway at Spruce Street, 1930 (C.R., xliv, 12 Feb. 1930, 53; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
CHILDREN'S AID SOCIETY, Wst 10th Avenue near Pine Street, 1930 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
VANCOUVER ART GALLERY, West Georgia Street near Bute Street, 1931 (R.A.I.C. Journal, ix, Dec. 1932, 268-9, illus.)
BURRARD STREET BRIDGE, over False Creek, 1930-31 (Province [Vancouver], 2 July 1932,16; C.R., xlvi, 14 Dec. 1932, 1371-76, illus. & descrip.; R.A.I.C. Journal, ix, Dec. 1932, 268-9, illus.; Canadian Engineer, lxiv, 18 April 1933, 5-8, 10, illus. & descrip.; Tim Morawetz, Art Deco Architecture Across Canada, 2017, 232-33, illus. & descrip.)

Ecclesiastical Works

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Thurlow Street at Pendrell Street, 1911 (C.R., xxv, 21 June 1911, 59; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
ST. MARY'S ANGLICAN CHURCH, West 37th Avenue at Larch Street, 1913; major addition, 1923 (50th Anniversary of St. Mary's Church Kerrisdale, 1961, 17; Vancouver Daily World, 17 July 1923, 3; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
ST. JAMES ANGLICAN CHURCH, Gore Street near East Cordova Street, parish hall, 1925; clergy house, 1927; church, 1935-36 with Adrian G. Scott (R.A.I.C. Journal, xiv, June 1937, 106-08, illus.; ; H. Kalman, Exploring Vancouver, 1993, 50, illus.; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
KNOX UNITED CHURCH, Balaclava Street near West 41st Avenue, 1927 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
MARPOLE UNITED CHURCH, West 67th Avenue at Hudson Street, 1928 (Province [Vancouver], 19 March 1928, 7, descrip.; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
KELOWNA, B.C., First United Church, Bernard Avenue at Richter Street, a new Parish Hall with assembly hall, classrooms and library, 1928 (Province [Vancouver], 1 July 1928, Confederation Section, 7, descrip.)
KERRISDALE BAPTIST CHURCH, East Boulevard at West 43rd Avenue, 1929 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
ST. JOHN'S ANGLICAN CHURCH, Nanton Avenue at Granville Street, parish hall, 1931 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
CHOWN MEMORIAL UNITED CHURCH, Cambie Street at West 18th Avenue, 1936-37 (The Province [Vancouver], 4 March 1937, 5; R.A.I.C. Journal, xv, March 1938, 65, illus.; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
REVELSTOKE, B.C., United Church, Mackenzie Avenue at 3rd Street East, 1937 (The Province [Vancouver], 16 June 1937, 3; Revelstoke United Church 50th Anniversary 1925-1975, 9, illus.)
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., Olivet Baptist Church, 7th Street at Queen's Avenue, 1938 (Western Baptist, June 1938, 5, illus.)

Commercial Works

DODSON'S BAKERY, East Hastings Street, 1909 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
RUNKLE BLOCK, Abbott Street, 1910-11 (City of Vancouver b.p. 2 Dec. 1910)
DES BRISAY BLOCK, Water Street, 1911 (City of Vancouver b.p. 19 June 1911; dwgs. Canadian Architectural Archives, Univ. of Calgary)
SATURDAY SUNSET BUILDING, Seymour Street, 1911 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
BUTLER HOTEL, Water Street, 1912-13 (City of Vancouver b.p. 30 May 1912; dwgs. Canadian Architectural Archives, Univ. of Calgary)
GRAY BUILDING, Homer Street at Davie Street, warehouse for George R. Baker, 1913 (C.R., xxvii, 6 Aug. 1913, 67)
FORDSHAW FORD AUTO CO., Georgia Street, 1913 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
SAPPERTON, B.C., factory for Canadian Western Cordage Co., Braid Street, 1919 (British Columbia Record [Vancouver], 3 Nov. 1919, 2)
MOLSON'S BANK, West Hastings Street at Seymour Street, major addition and alterations, 1920 (Vancouver Sun, 18 Jan. 1920, 40, descrip.)
BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA, West Hastings Street at Seymour Street, major addition and alterations, 1921-22 (Vancouver Sun, 18 Feb. 1921, 14, descrip.; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
CEPERLEY, ROUNSFELL & CO., office block, West Hastings Street near Howe Street, designed in 1920; built 1921 (Vancouver Daily World, 22 Jan. 1920, 11, descrip.; Vancouver Sun, 23 Jan. 1920, 14, descrip.; The Province [Vancouver], 24 Feb. 1921, 12; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
SOMMERS LTD., Granville Street near Pender Street, major addition to store, 1923 (C.R., xxxvii, 15 Aug. 1923, 50)
ASTORIA HOTEL, West Hastings Street near Abbott Street, 1925 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
NANAIMO, B.C., Community Hotel, Front Street, 1926 (C.R., xl, 29 Sept. 1926, 918, illus. & descrip.; Nanaimo Free Press, 13 Oct. 1926, 3, t.c.)
KELOWNA, B.C., Community Hotel, 1927 (Const., xx, Oct. 1927, 318)
ROYAL SECURITIES CORP., West Hastings Street, office block for Macaulay, Nicolls & Maitland, 1927 (C.R., xli, 15 June 1927, 54; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
VAN BROTHERS LTD., Vernon Drive at Parker Street, bottling plant, 1928 (dwgs. at Vancover City Archives)
SOMMERS LTD. BUILDING, Granville Street, conversion and alterations of existing building into commercial offices, 1928 (Province [Vancouver], 10 March 1928, 1)
BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA, Granville Street at Davie Street, 1930 (C.R., xliv, 5 Feb. 1930, 57; H. Kalman, Exploring Vancouver, 1993, 104, illus.; dwgs. at Bank of Nova Scotia Archives, Toronto; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
CAPITOL CAFE, Granville Street near Smithe Street, 1935 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
(with Murray Brown) NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., Bank of Nova Scotia, Columbia Street at Begbie Street, 1938 (R.A.I.C. Journal, xvii, May 1940, 79, illus.)
WHITE SPOT DINING ROOM, Granville Street at West 67th Street, 1938 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA, Granville Street at 12th Avenue West, 1939 (dwgs. at Bank of Nova Scotia Archives, Toronto)

Residential Works

BALFOUR AVENUE, for Herbert D. Burns, 1910 (dwgs. at Canadian Architectural Archives, Univ.of Calgary)
SHAUGHNESSY HEIGHTS, for Albert DesBrisay, Angus Avenue at King Edward Boulevard, 1910 (Saturday Sunset [Vancouver], 10 Oct. 1914, 6, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at Canadian Architectural Archives, Univ.of Calgary)
GILFORD COURT APARTMENTS, Pendrell Street, 1911 (dwgs. at Canadian Architectural Archives, Univ.of Calgary)
WEST 41st AVENUE, near McDonald Street, in Kerrisdale, residence for Angus M. Stewart, 1911 (Saturday Sunset [Vancouver], 7 Oct. 1911, 1, photo No. 1, illus.)
BALFOUR AVENUE, at Cartier Avenue, residence for Col. J. Duff Stuart, c. 1912 (dwgs. at Canadian Architectural Archives, Univ. of Calgary)
MATTHEWS AVENUE, near Augus Drive, for Robert S. Lennie, 1912 (L. Maitland, The Queen Anne Revival Style in Canadian Architecture, 1990, l52, illus.)
WEST 37th AVENUE, near Larch Street, for F.E. Buck, 1912 (VancouverHeritage Inventory - Summary Report, 1986, 60, illus.)
WEST 37th AVENUE, near Larch Street, for the architect George L.T. Sharp, 1912 (VancouverHeritage Inventory - Summary Report, 1986, 60, illus.)
DENHAM COURT APARTMENTS, Jervis Street at Alberni Street, 1912 (dwgs. at Canadian Architectural Archives, Univ.of Calgary)
PENDRELL STREET, for Ernest A. Greenwood, c. 1912 (dwgs. at Canadian Architectural Archives, Univ.of Calgary)
SAVARY ISLAND, B.C., for H.O. Wootten, 1918 (dwgs. at Canadian Architectural Archives, Univ.of Calgary)
DRUMMOND DRIVE, for J.P. Nicolls, 1919 (dwgs. at Canadian Architectural Archives, Univ.of Calgary)
WEST 37th AVENUE, for James C. Irons, 1921 (dwgs. at Canadian Architectural Archives, Univ.of Calgary)
MATTHEWS AVENUE, near Hosmer Avenue, for Christopher Cator, 1921 (dwgs. at Canadian Architectural Archives, Univ.of Calgary)
PARK ROAD, at Pendrill Street, large residence for J.P. Hodgson, facing Stanley Park, 1923 (Vancouver Daily World, 20 Jan. 1923, 1, descrip.)
PONTACAMBIA APARTMENTS, Cambie Street at West Broadway, 1926 (Vancouver Sun, 22 Feb. 1926, 2, descrip.; dwgs. at City of Vancouver Archives)
MINTO CRESCENT, near Granville Street, for W.J. Van Dusen, 1927 (dwgs. at Canadian Architectural Archives, Univ.of Calgary)
McGILL STREET, near the College Highroad, for Mrs. Jennie B. Wyman, 1928 (R.A.I.C. Journal, v, Nov. 1928, 409, illus.)
WESBROOK CRESCENT, University Hill, for Robie L. Reid, 1928 (R.A.I.C. Journal, v, Nov. 1928, 409, illus.)
PARK MANOR APARTMENTS, Cornwall Street near Vine Street, for Mrs. Lillian Dichmont, 1929 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives; dwgs. at Canadian Architectural Archives, Univ. of Calgary)
ANGUS AVENUE, near The Crescent, for Oscar B. Allan, 1930 (dwgs. at Canadian Architectural Archives, Univ.of Calgary)
MARINE DRIVE, near West 51st Street, major additions and alterations to an existing house for the architect George L.T. Sharp, c. 1930 (C.H.G., viii, Aug. 1931, 18-19, illus.)
BELMONT AVENUE, at Fannin Avenue, 'Glen Lodge', for Reginald S. Chaplin, c. 1932 (C.H.G., x, Feb. 1933, 20-1, 62, illus.)
WEST 33rd AVENUE, at Granville Street, residence for Mrs. R. Crosby, 1937 (The Province [Vancouver], 29 May 1937, 25)
VERNON MANOR APARTMENTS, Nelson Street at Stanley Park, 1938 (Vancouver Sun, 26 March 1938, 1, t.c.)

SHARP, THOMPSON, BERWICK & PRATT

(works in Vancouver)

UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA, Point Grey, several buildings including:
Armoury Building, 1941 (C.R., liv, 18 June 1941, 28, t.c. and descrip.), and
Physics Building, 1946 (C.R., lix, April 1946, 144), and
Biological Science & Pharmacy Building, 1948-49 (C.R., lxi, Nov. 1948, 140-2), and
Home Economics Building, 1949 (C.R., lxii, May 1949, 164), and
Memorial Gymnasium, 1949-50 (C.R., lxii, Nov. 1949, 125), and
Medical Building, 1949-50 (C.R., lxii, Dec. 1949, 90), and
Women's Residence, 1950 (C.R., lxiii, April 1950, 128), and
Law Faculty, 1950-51 (C.R., lxiii, Nov. 1950, 118)
ALLIANCE WARE LTD., Powell Street, factory, 1946; addition, 1950 (R.A.I.C. Journal, xxiii, Feb. 1946, 38, illus.; C.R., lxiii, Jan. 1950, 154)
DOMINION RUSTPROOFING CO., factory, 1946 (R.A.I.C. Journal, xxxii, Feb. 1946, 38, illus.)
SOUTH HILL BRANCH LIBRARY, Fraser Street, 1947 (R.A.I.C. Journal, xxiv, Feb. 1947, 47, illus.; xxvii, Sept. 1950, 295, illus.)
CAPILANO HIGHLANDS, residence for J. Eric Allen, 1946 (R.A.I.C. Journal, xxiv, June 1947, 190-1, illus.)
MENNONITE CHURCH, Prince Edward Street at East 43rd Avenue, 1947 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
WEST VANCOUVER, residence for Edgar D. Armstrong, Mathers Avenue, 1947 (R.A.I.C. Journal, xxiv, June 1947, 198)
WEST VANCOUVER, residence for Carl Miller, Overstone Drive at Summit Avenue, 1947 (R.A.I.C. Journal, xxiv, June 1947, 194-5, illus.)
WEST VANCOUVER, residence for William S. Brooks, Oxley Street South near Marine Drive, 1947-48 (Architectural Forum [New York], lxxxix, Oct. 1948, 96-100, illus. & descrip.)
TURNER'S DAIRY, Main Street near East 18th Avenue, 1947 (C.R., lx, May 1947, 128)
VANCOUVER VOCATIONAL INSTITUTE, West Pender Street at Cambie Street, 1948-49 (C.R., lxi, April 1948, 146; R.A.I.C. Journal, xxvii, Sept. 1950, 291, illus.; H. Kalman, History of Canadian Architecture, 1994, 790, illus.; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
ST. JOHN'S ANGLICAN CHURCH, Nanton Avenue at Granville Street, 1948 (H. Kalman, Exploring Vancouver, 1993, 155; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
WEST VANCOUVER, shopping centre, Marine Drive near 14th Street, 1948 (R.A.I.C. Journal, xxv, Aug. 1948, 264, illus.)
EAST BOULEVARD, near 44th Avenue, residence for Clarence Saba, c. 1948 (C.H.G., xxvi, Jan. 1949, 16-19, illus.)
WEST VANCOUVER, Ridgeview Public School, 1949 (R.A.I.C. Journal, xxvii, Sept. 1950, 289, illus.)
WEST VANCOUVER, West Vancouver Secondary School, Industrial Arts Annex, Inglewood Avenue, 1949 (C.R., lxii, June 1949, 116)
BANK OF MONTREAL, Granville Street at West 10th Avenue, 1949-50 (R.A.I.C. Journal, xxvii, Oct. 1950, 347, illus.; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
PACIFIC NATIONAL EXHIBITION, Coliseum, 1949-50 (C.R., lxii, July 1949, 135)
WEST VANCOUVER, residence for Jack C. Millar, Mathers Avenue, 1949 (C.H.G., xxvi, Dec. 1949, 22-4, 68, illus.)
WEST VANCOUVER, residence for Clarence W. Copp, Fairmile Road, 1949 (C.H.G., xxvi, Dec. 1949, 34-5, illus.)
CHIROPODY-DENTAL BUILDING, West Broadway, for Dr. Stan J. Gillis, 1950 (C.R., xliii, March 1950, 140)
WESTERN CRESCENT, University Hill, residence for Dr. Thomas M.C. Taylor, 1950 (C.H.G., xxvii, March 1950, 21-5, illus.)
NORTH VANCOUVER, Bank of Montreal, Lonsdale Avenue, 1950 (C.R., lxiii, Sept. 1950, 132)
TILDEN CAR RENTALS, Burrard Street, 1950 (R.A.I.C. Journal, xxvii, Sept. 1950, 303, illus.)
BOURNE & WEIR LTD., West 2nd Avenue at Manitoba Street, factory, 1950 ( dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)

(works outside Vancouver)

NEW WESTMINSTER,B.C., Bank of Montreal, Columbia Street at Church Street, 1947 (C.R., lx, Feb. 1947, 149; R.A.I.C. Journal, xxvii, Oct. 1950, 345, illus.)
LANGLEY, B.C., Junior-Senior High School, for District 35, designed 1946; built 1948 (Langley Advance, 16 May 1946, 1, descrip.; 23 May 1946, 7, illus. & descrip.; C.R., lxi, Feb. 1948, 168)
LANGLEY, B.C., County Line Elementary School, Johnstone Townline at Roberts Road, 1947-48 (Chilliwack Progress, 4 Feb. 1948, 3, illus. & descrip.)
TRAIL, B.C., elementary school for District 11, 1947 (C.R., lxI, May 1948, 175, t.c.)
GRAND FORKS, B.C., high school for District 12, 1947-48 (Gazette [Grand Forks], 27 Nov. 1947, 1, descrip.; C.R., lxi, July 1948, 130)
CHILLIWACK, B.C., Chilliwack High School, Yale Road, for District 33, 1948-49 (Chilliwack Progress, 21 April 1948, 15; 19 Oct. 1949, 13, descrip.; C.R., lxii, April 1949, 155)
CHILLIWACK, B.C., East Chilliwack Public School, Gibson Road at Chilliwack Central Road, 1948-49 (Chilliwack Progress, 19 May 1948, 11; 23 Feb. 1949, 1, illus.; and p. 12, descrip.)
CHILLIWACK, B.C., Vedder Public School, at Vedder Crossing, Promontory Road, 1948-49 (Chilliwack Progress, 18 Aug. 1948, 15; 23 Feb. 1949, 1 & 12, descrip.)
CHILLIWACK, B.C., Chilliwack School Board Administration Office, Yale Road, 1949 (Chilliwack Progress, 13 April 1949, 5)
CASTLEYAR, B.C., high school, 1949 (C.R., lxii, Feb. 1949, 148)
PRINCE RUPERT, B.C., school, 1949 (C.R., lxii, Feb. 1949, 151)
POWELL RIVER, B.C., high school, 1949 (C.R., lxii, Feb. 1949, 152)
POWELL RIVER, B.C., Westview Elementary School, 1949 (C.R., lxii, Feb. 1949, 152)
TRAIL, B.C., school for District 1, 1949; addition, 1950 (C.R., lxii, March 1949, 139)
CAMPBELL RIVER, B.C., school, 1949 (C.R., lxii, April 1949, 155)
SQUIRREL COVE, B.C., elementary school for District 72, 1949 (C.R., lxii, April 1949, 156)
CRANBROOK, B.C., school, 1949 (C.R., lxii, Aug. 1949, 220)
ROSSLAND, B.C., school for District 11, 1949 (C.R., lxii, Sept. 1949, 161)
ABBOTSFORD, B.C., school for District 34, 1949 (C.R., lxii, Oct. 1949, 139)
SAANICH, B.C., school, 1949-50 (C.R., lxii, Nov. 1949, 122)
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Carnavon Street, parish hall, 1950-51 (Memoirs of a Cathedral, 1959, 57)
CRANBROOK, B.C., movie theatre for Cranbrook Theatres Ltd., Norbury Avenue, 1950 (Lethbridge Herald, 16 Feb. 1950, 5, descrip.)
CRESTON, B.C., school for District 5, 1950 (C.R., lxiii, March 1950, 130)
CRESTON , B.C., hospital, 1950 (C.R., lxiii, March 1950, 130)
LUND, B.C., school for District 47, 1950 (C.R., lxiii, April 1950, 120)
TRAIL, B.C., high school for District 11, 1950 (C.R., lxiii, June 1950, 126)
CASTLEYAR, B.C., junior high school, 1950 (C.R., lxiii, April 1950, 127)
PRINCE RUPERT, B.C., school for District 42, 1950 (C.R., lxiii, May 1950, 140)
PRINCE RUPERT, B.C., two schools for District 52, 1950 (C.R., lxiii, Sept. 1950, 128)
SQUAMISH, B.C., high school for District 48, 1950 (C.R., lxiii, July 1950, 120)
HAZELTON, B.C., school, 1950 (C.R., lxiii, Sept. 1950, 126)
CRESTON, B.C., school, major addition to high school, 1950 (C.R., lxiii, Oct. 1950, 153)
McBRIDE, B.C., school, 1950 (C.R., lxiii, Dec. 1950, 106)

COMPETITIONS

VANCOUVER, B.C., Simon Fraser Public School, West 16th Avenue, 1908. G.L.T. Sharp was one of 19 architects who submitted a design for this large project, but he was not among the three finalists. The winner was Pearce & Hope of Vancouver (Vancouver Daily World, 9 April 1908, 10; 12 May 1908,10)
VANCOUVER, B.C., Stanley Park improvements, including laying out the grounds adjacent to the lake, a band stand, refreshment pavilion, children's playground, and animal Zoo, 1911. The Vancouver office of Sharp & Thompson was one of nearly a dozen firms who submitted plans in this open competition (Vancouver Daily World, 18 Jan. 1911, 3). It is unclear who won this commission.
LONDON, ENGLAND, The London Daily Mail Ideal Home Competition, 1921. The office of Sharp & Thompson was one of nine Vancouver architects who submitted designs in this international competition open to all architects from Canada and the British Commonwealth (Vancouver Daily World, 7 Dec. 1921, 19, descrip. of the competition). They sent in two different entries. The first prize was $1,500 and a free trip to London. It is unclear who won the competition for this annual event which was first staged in 1908.