Peene, Alfred Wavell

PEENE, Alfred Wavell (1869-1940)
(biography in preparation)

A.W. PEENE (Residential works in Hamilton)

WENTWORTH STREET, between Main Street and Ida Street, a 2 storey brick residence for an unnamed client, 1893 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 27 July 1893, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
MAIN STREET EAST, at Walnut Street, 4 detached brick houses for an unnamed client, 1894 ( Evening Times (Hamilton), 22 June 1894, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
CATHARINE STREET SOUTH, at Young Street, three houses for an unnamed client, 1895; demol. ( Evening Times (Hamilton), 8 Oct. 1895, 8; C.R., vi, 17 Oct. 1895, 2; inf. Robert Hamilton)
MAGILL STREET, block of houses for Edward Harris, 1895 (C.R., vi, 17 Oct. 1895, 2)
ABERDEEN AVENUE, at Hilton Street, two houses facing Aberdeen Avenue, and two houses facing Hilton Street, for Mrs. Mary A. Duffield, 1895-96; all four houses still standing in 2022 (Hamilton Evening Times, 4 Nov. 1895, 8; C.R., vi, 7 Nov. 1895, 2; inf. Robert Hamilton)
YOUNG STREET, at John Street South, a row of five houses at No. 53 to No. 61 Young Street, for an unnamed client, 1895-96; still standing in 2022 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 10 Dec. 1895, 8; C.R., vi, 12 Dec. 1895, 2; inf. Robert Hamilton)
MARIA STREET EAST, east of Hughson Street, 1896; residence for John C. Ramsay, 1896; demol. (Evening Times [Hamilton], 23 March 1896, 8; C.R., vii, 26 March 1896, 2, t.c.; inf. Robert Hamilton)
DUKE STREET, at Caroline Street South, three houses at the s.e. corner for an unnamed client, 1896; still standing in 2022 (Hamilton Evening Times, 23 April 1896, 8; C.R., vii, 30 April 1896, 2; inf. Robert Hamilton)
EMERALD STREET SOUTH, residence for J.H. Clappison, 1896 (C.R., vii, 30 July 1896, 2)
MOUNTAIN TOP, residence for W.G. Walton, on Hamilton Mountain, 1897 (C.R., viii, 1 April 1897, 3)
MAIN STREET EAST, at Grant Avenue, residence for Peter D. Carse, 1897; still standing in 2023 (Hamilton Evening Times, 5 April 1897, 8; inf, Robert Hamilton)
WENTWORTH STREET SOUTH, near Main Street East, a large 3 storey residence for Edward McCoy, 1897 (Hamilton Evening Times, 5 May 1897, 8; C.R., viii, 13 May 1897, 2; inf. Robert Hamilton)
WENTWORTH STREET SOUTH, at Stinson Street, alterations and additions to large residence for Andrew Alexander, 1897; demol. (Hamilton Evening Times, 16 Sept. 1897, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
BAY STREET SOUTH, two houses for F.E. Lowther, 1897; still standing in 2023; and likely the houses at 322 and 324 Bay Street South (C.R., viii, 4 Nov. 1897, 2; Hamilton Evening Times, 10 Nov. 1897, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
BAY STREET SOUTH, near Aberdeen Avenue, residence for Thomas E. Leather, 1898; still standing in 2022 (Hamilton Evening Times, 2 Aug. 1898, 8; Spectator [Hamilton], 2 Aug. 1898, 8; C.R., ix, 10 Aug. 1898, 3; inf. Robert Hamilton)
HUGHSON STREET NORTH, near Gore Street, residence for John Hummell, builder, 1900; still standing in 2022 (Hamilton Evening Times, 8 May 1900, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
STINSON STREET, residence for Walter Anderson, 1900; demol. (Evening Times [Hamilton], 11 Aug. 1900, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
WENTWORTH STREET NORTH, near Bristol Street, residence for John Theaker, 1900; still standing in 2023 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 15 Aug. 1900, 8; C.R., xi, 22 Aug. 1900, 2; inf. Robert Hamilton)
JACKSON STREET EAST, near Spring Street, a row of 4 pairs of semi-detached houses at No. 199 to No. 213 Jackson Street East, for Dr. G. Reid Simpson, 1901; still standing in 2022 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 30 March 1901, 8; and 1 March 1902, 12; inf. Robert Hamilton)
SPRING STREET, at Jackson Street East, nine houses for Dr. G. Reid Simpson, 1901; and later reduced to 3 pairs of semi-detached houses and a single detached house, 1902; all houses still standing in 2022 (C.R., xii, 3 April 1901, 3; Evening Times [Hamilton], 1 March 1902, 12; Spectator [Hamilton], 1 March 1902, 1; inf. Robert Hamilton)
ST. MATTHEW'S AVENUE, a group of 5 pairs of semi-detached houses, at 14 to 32 St. Matthews Avenue, north of Barton Street East, for John M. Peregrine, 1901; all still standing in 2023 (C.R., xii, 1 May 1901, 2; Evening Times [Hamilton], 10 May 1901, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
EMERALD STREET NORTH, at Birge Street, two pairs of semi-detached houses at 332 to 338 Emerald Street North, for the Mummery family, 1901; still standing in 2022 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 16 March 1901, 8; and 3 Aug. 1901, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
HANNAH STREET WEST, four houses for William Morris, 1902 (C.R., xiii, 5 March 1902, 2)
KING WILLIAM STREET, between Steven Street and Ashley Street, residence for Peter D. Carse, 1902-03 (Evening Times (Hamilton), 3 Dec. 1902, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
ABERDEEN AVENUE, at Queen Street South, residence for Edward V. Wright, 1904; still standing in 2023 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 21 May 1904, 8; Spectator [Hamilton], 21 May 1904, 20; inf. Robert Hamilton)
BARTON STREET EAST, at Birch Avenue, a large 4 storey apartment house for Strathpeffer Co., designed in 1905, but not built (Evening Times [Hamilton], 11 March 1905, 16, illus. & descrip in advert. and a prospectus; C.R., xv, 15 March 1905, 4; inf. Robert Hamilton)
MINTO AVENUE, near Huron Street, residence for Edward Golden, 1905 (Evening Times (Hamilton), 11 April 1905, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
INGLEWOOD AVENUE, near Bay Street South, residence for W.G.E. Boyd, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 28 June 1905, 4)
MOUNTAIN AVENUE, near Glenfern Avenue, residence for George Ward, 1905; still standing in 2023 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 22 July 1905, 12; inf. Robert Hamilton)
IDA STREET (now Delaware Avenue, near Gladstone Avenue, residence for Orlando T. Davies, 1905; still standing in 2023 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 22 July 1905, 12; inf. Robert Hamilton)
LOCKE STREET SOUTH, near Homewood Avenue, residence for William Magill, 1905; still standing in 2023 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 31 July 1905, 1; inf. Robert Hamilton)
SLATER STREET (renamed St. Clair Avenue), near Dunsmure Road, residence for George E. Peene, 1906; still standing in 2022 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 18 Aug. 1906, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
BOLD STREET, at Caroline Street South, residence for Charles Judd, 1905; still standing in 2023 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 31 Aug. 1905, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
WENTWORTH STREET SOUTH, near Aikman Avenue, residence for William Milne, 1905; still standing in 2023 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 8 Sept. 1905, 1; inf. Robert Hamilton)
DELAWARE AVENUE, residence for Alex Brodie, 1905; still standing in 2023 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 17 Oct. 1905, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
WEST AVENUE NORTH, near Cannon Street East, four houses at 171-177 West Avenue North, for Charles A. Johnson, 1905; all still standing in 2023 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 17 Oct. 1905, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
IDA STREET (now Delaware Avenue), at Burris Street, large residence for David S. Gillies, 1906; still standing in 2022 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 18 Aug. 1906, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
MARKLAND STREET, near Park Street South, large residence for Mrs. E. Strachan, 1907; still standing in 2023 (Evening Times (Hamilton), 13 April 1907, 1; inf. Robert Hamilton)
WENTWORTH STREET SOUTH, near Delaware Avenue, residence for Robert L. Smith, 1908; still standing in 2022 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 28 March 1908, 5; inf. Robert Hamilton)
THE ALPHEUS BLOCK, a 3 storey block of stores and apartments, King Street East near Wentworth Street North, 1908; still standing in 2023 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 5 May 1908, 10; inf. Robert Hamilton)
TURNER AVENUE, near Aberdeen Avenue, residence for W.G. E Boyd, 1909; still standing in 2022 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 30 June 1909, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)

A.W. PEENE (Institutional & Ecclesiastical works in Hamilton)

WENTWORTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Barton Street East at Smith Avenue, addition of a new Sunday School, 1893 (Evening Times (Hamilton), 29 July 1893, 8, t.c.; inf. Robert Hamilton)
STINSON STREET PUBLIC SCHOOL, Stinson Street at Grant Avenue, 1894; addition. 1913-14; altered 2012 and converted to residential use (Evening Times (Hamilton), 7 July 1894, 8, t.c.; and 17 July 1894, 8; and 21 Sept. 1894, 5, illus. and descrip.; C.A.B., viii, June 1895, 77; C.R., xxvii, 5 Nov. 1913, 68; inf. Robert Hamilton)
OPERA HOUSE, King Street East, for O.E. Konkle, 1894 (Globe [Toronto], 22 June 1894, 10; C.R., v, 28 June 1894, 2)
CITY JAIL, Barton Street East at Ferguson Avenue North, 1895 (C.R., vi, 14 Feb. 1895, 2; Hamilton Spectator, 20 Feb. 1895, 3; and 27 March 1895, 8, descrip.)
VICTORIA YACHT CLUB, at the foot of Wellington Street North, a new clubhouse, 1895; demol. (Hamilton Spectator, 29 Jan. 1895, 8, descrip.; Evening Times [Hamilton], 9 Feb. 1895, 8; and 22 Feb. 1895, 8; C.R., vi, 14 Feb. 1895, 2; C.A.B., x, April 1897, plate illus.; inf. Robert Hamilton)
ST. PAUL'S GERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH, Gore Street at Hughson Street, additions and alterations, 1896 (Hamilton Spectator, 4 April 1896, 8; C.R., vii, 9 April 1896, 3, t.c.)
EMERALD STREET METHODIST CHURCH, and Sunday School and Parsonage, Emerald Street North at Wilson Street, 1896; still standing in 2023 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 1 April 1896, 7, detailed descrip.; and 25 April 1896, 8, t.c.; and 11 May 1896, 3; Christian Guardian [Toronto], 30 Dec. 1896, 843, descrip.; C.A.B., x, April 1897, plate illus.; inf. Robert Hamilton)
HAMILTON CLUB, Main Street East at James Street, additions and alterations, 1896-97 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 19 May 1896, 8; C.R., viii, 1 April 1897, 3; inf. Robert Hamilton)
HAMILTON CEMETERY, a monument for the St. George's Society, at their burial plot, 1896 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 11 June 1896, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
JOHN STREET MARKET, addition to the Market Weigh House, John Street North, 1898 (C.R., ix, 22 June 1898, 3; Evening Times [Hamilton], 27 July 1898, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
ST. GEORGE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH, Tom Street at Strathcona Avenue North, addition to the church, 1902; still standing in 2022 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 14 July 1902, 8; Spectator [Hamilton], 6 Nov. 1902, 5, illus. & descrip.; inf. Robert Hamilton)
HAMILTON CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC, James Street South near Bold Street, 1904-05; still standing as of 2019, and now called The Hamilton Conservatory for the Arts (Spectator [Hamilton], 25 May 1940, 7, list of works in obituary article; Dictionary of Hamilton Biography, Vol. 3, 1992, list of works in biography; inf. Harold Sikkema, Toronto)
ST. PHILLIP'S ANGLICAN CHURCH, Earl Street, between Barton Street East and Princess Street, 1905; still standing in 2022 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 14 Aug. 1905, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
CITY HOSPITAL, addition of new 3 storey wing, 1905; and addition of the Queen Alexandra Wing for Incurables, 1907 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 7 March 1905, 8, descrip.; Hamilton Spectator, 29 June 1907, 1; inf. Robert Hamilton)
VICTORIA CURLING CLUB, King Street East, west of Grant Avenue, 1906; still standing in 2022 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 18 Aug. 1906, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
ST. THOMAS ANGLICAN CHURCH, West Avenue South at Main Street East, major addition, 1907; still standing in 2022 (Evening Times (Hamilton), 12 Aug. 1907, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
HAMILTON BOWLING & ATHLETIC CLUB, King Street East at Jarvis Street, 1908; still standing in 2022 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 14 March 1908, 3; inf. Robert Hamilton)
HAMILTON TECHNICAL SCHOOL, Stinson Street at West Avenue, 1908 (C.R., xxii, 1 July 1908, 24, t.c., Spectator [Hamilton], 6 March 1909, 1)
TWEEDSMUIR PUBLIC SCHOOL, Victoria Avenue North at King William Street, addition to and rebuilding of the former Victoria Avenue School, 1909-10; addition, 1912 (C.R., xxiii, 14 July 1909, 20; xxvi, 17 Jan. 1912, 72)
CARNEGIE LIBRARY, Main Street West at MacNab Street, a commission won in a competition, 1911-13; converted to Court Rooms, 1986; still standing in 2022 (C.R., xxv, 8 March 1911, 137, t.c.; Spectator [Hamilton], 6 May 1913, 16, illus. & descrip.; Const., viii, May 1915, 184-7, illus. & descrip.)
ADELAIDE HOODLESS PUBLIC SCHOOL, Maplewood Avenue at Springer Avenue, 1911-12 (C.R., xxv, 21 June 1911, 58)
GORE PARK, underground public lavatories, King Street at Hughson Street, 1912 (C.R., xxvi, 17 Jan. 1912, 72, t.c.)
QUEEN MARY PUBLIC SCHOOL, Cannon Street East at Province Street North, 1913 (C.R., xxvii, 18 June 1913, 69)
ROBERT LAND PUBLIC SCHOOL, Wentworth Street North near Barton Street East, 1914-15 (C.R., xxviii, 24 June 1914, 77)

A.W. PEENE (Commercial & Industrial works in Hamilton)

HAMILTON ENGINE PACKING CO., Alanson Street, large addition to factory, 1894; and major addition to factory, 1898; addition, 1900; and alterations, 1902; still standing in 2022, and converted to residential use (Evening Times (Hamilton), 20 Nov. 1894, 8; C.R., ix, 13 July 1898, 2; and 2 Aug. 1900, 8; and 29 July 1902, 1; inf. Robert Hamilton)
HAMILTON & TORONTO SEWER PIPE CO., Terra Cotta Avenue, factory, 1897 (Evening Times (Hamilton), 20 Sept. 1897, 8; C.R., viii, 23 Sept. 1897, 2, t.c.; inf. Robert Hamilton)
KING WILLIAM STREET, factory for Arthur S. James, 1898 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 27 May 1898, 8: C.R., ix, 1 June 1898, 2, inf. Robert Hamilton)
L. & S. ROSEMARY LTD., reconstruction of building at 26 King Street West for a fresh produce exchange, 1899 (C.R., x, 19 April 1899, 4)
WESTINGHOUSE MFR. CO., Princess Street at Sanford Avenue North, large addition to factory, 1899 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 19 June 1899, 1; inf. Robert Hamilton)
MERIDEN BRITANNIA CO., Wellington Street North, major addition to factory, 1899 (C.R., x, 21 June 1899, 3; Evening Times [Hamilton], 6 July 1899, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
CHARLES JAMES CO., Mary Street, north of King Street East, factory, 1899; demol. (Evening Times [Hamilton], 26 Aug. 1899, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
HAMILTON IRON & STEEL CO., Queen Street North at Stuart Street, new office building, 1900 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 27 Jan. 1900, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
T.S. MORRIS & CO., grocery, flour & feed stores, with dwelling and stables, 1900 (C.R., xi, 12 Sept. 1900, 3)
F.W. FEARMAN CO., Ferguson Avenue North at Rebecca Street, major addition to factory, 1901-02 (Evening Times (Hamilton), 19 April 1901, 8; and 7 Oct. 1901, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
PURE GOLD MILK CO., John Street North near Robert Street, large dairy complex, and stables, 1901-02; demol. (Evening Times (Hamilton), 10 Dec. 1901, 8; C.R., xii, 18 Dec. 1901, 2; inf. Robert Hamilton)
McGREGOR & PARKE LTD., Barton Street East, major alterations and additions, 1902 (C.R., xiii, 5 March 1902, 2)
HOWELL LITHOGRAPHING CO., Vine Street near MacNab Street North, a 4 storey factory, 1902; demol. (Hamilton Spectator, 24 March 1902, 8; Evening Times (Hamilton), 8 May 1902, 8; C.R., xiii, 14 May 1902, 3; inf. Robert Hamilton)
ARMSTRONG CARTAGE CO., Ferguson Avenue South, stables, 1902 (C.R., xiii, 3 Sept. 1902, 2)
PARISIAN LAUNDRY CO., King Street East at Walnut Street, factory, 1902 (Hamilton Spectator, 22 Nov. 1902, 1, descrip.; C.R., xiii, 26 Nov. 1902, 2)
JOHN DUFF & SON, Brant Street at Hillyard Street, meat packing plant, 1905; demol. (Evening Times (Hamilton), 3 Oct. 1905, 8, t.c; inf. Robert Hamilton)
KING STREET EAST, opposite Arthur Avenue North, residence and commercial stables for George T. Attridge, 1905; still standing in 2023 (Evening Times (Hamilton), 18 Nov. 1905, 8; C.R., xvi, 22 Nov. 1905, 2; inf. Robert Hamilton)
BAYNES CARRIAGE CO., Sherman Avenue North, factory, 1905-06; demol. 2021 (Evening Times (Hamilton), 16 Dec. 1905, 1; C.R., xvi, 20 Dec. 1905, 2; inf. Robert Hamilton)
JAMES STREET NORTH, near Rebecca Street, a 3 storey commercial block for A.W. Metcalfe, 1906; still standing in 2023 (Evening Times [Hamilton]. 5 May 1906, 1; inf. Robert Hamilton)
HAMILTON STEEL & IRON CO., [a.k.a. Stelco Ltd.], Stuart Street at Hess Street North, a concrete industrial building, 1906 (Evening Times [Hamilton]. 12 May 1906, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
COPPLEY, NOYES & RANDALL CO., York Boulevard, west of Park Street North, major 4 storey addition at the rear of the existing warehouse which faces MacNab Street, 1906; still standing in 2022 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 19 May 1906, 8; C.A.B., xix, June 1906, 94; inf. Robert Hamilton)
BUNTIN, GILLIES & CO. LTD., John Street South at Jackson Street East, a 4 storey warehouse, 1906; restored and still standing in 2022 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 23 June 1906, 1 & 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
ALPHEUS BLOCK, King Street East near Wentworth Street North, a 3 storey block with stores and apartments, 1908; still standing in 2022 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 5 May 1908, 10; inf. Robert Hamilton)
HAMILTON STEEL & IRON CO., [a.k.a. Stelco Ltd), foot of Harvey Lane, office building, 1908 (C.R., xxii, 26 Aug. 1908, 27)
W.A. FREEMAN CO., Terra Cotta Avenue at Wentworth Street North, office and warehouse, 1909 (C.R., xxiii, 13 Oct. 1909, 22, t.c.)
GRANT'S SPRING BREWERY, Bay Street North, 1920-21 (C.R., xxxv, 14 Sept. 1921, 59, illus. in advert.)

A.W. PEENE (works elsewhere in Ontario and Manitoba)

CAISTORVILLE, ONT., Methodist Church (now United Church), York Street near South Chippewa Road, West Lincoln Township, 1895; still standing in 2022 (Evening Times (Hamilton), 1 May 1895, 8, t.c., Hamilton Spectator, 13 April 1895, 8; inf. Robert Hamilton)
HAGERSVILLE, ONT., large residence for John H. Hager, King Street West near Main Street South, 1897-98, still standing in 2023 (C.R., viii, 1 April 1897, 3; Hamilton Spectator, 9 May 1898, 8)
CARLUKE, ONT., St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, Carluke Road West near Shaver Road, 1898; still standing in 2022 (Evening Times (Hamilton), 28 May 1898, 8, t.c.; inf. Robert Hamilton; C.R., ix, 1 June 1898, 2)
BEAMSVILLE, ONT., St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Queen Street near Albert Street, 1898-99; still standing in 2022 (Hamilton Spectator, 9 May 1898, 8; C.R., ix, 18 May 1898, 2, t.c.)
GRIMSBY, ONT., residence for L.L. Hagar, 1901 (C.R., xii, 28 Aug. 1901, 3)
CLANBRASSIL, ONT., Presbyterian Church, 1901; now called Oneida United Church, 2nd Line near Haldimand Road 9; still standing in 2023 (C.R., xii, 28 Aug. 1901, 3)
BURLINGTON, ONT., Appleby Methodist Church, Middle Road at Appleby Line, 1906-07; demol. c. 1957 (inf. Robert Hamilton)
TORONTO, ONT., three pairs of houses for J.H. Bowman, Hamburg Avenue near Bloor Street West, 1907 (Toronto b.p. 6850, 5 April 1907)
COPETOWN, ONT., Methodist Church (now Copetown United Church), Governor's Road near Station Street, 1908; still standing in 2022 (Evening Times [Hamilton], 5 May 1908, 10; C.R., xix, 13 May 1908, 28, t.c.; inf. Robert Hamilton)
WINNIPEG, MAN., Burrow, Stewart & Milne Co., James Avenue, opposite Amy Street, a three storey industrial warehouse, 1910; still standing as of 2019 (City of Winnipeg b.p. 3193, 1910; inf. Robert Hamilton)
MILTON, ONT., Masonic Hall Block, Main Street, "... next door, west of the Post Office", including extensive remodelling of existing block, and major addition on the west side, 1911 (Canadian Champion [Milton], 16 Feb. 1911, 3, descrip.; inf. Robert Hamilton, Hamilton, Ont.)
SELKIRK, ONT. Union Public School for S.S. No. 3, Main Street near Nagle Road, 1916-18 (C.R., xxx, 12 July 1916, 43, t.c.; 16 Aug. 1916, 65, re-tendered; Parks Canada, Canada's Historic Places, designated 17 May 1983, online, but lacking attribution to architect; inf. Scott Edwards)
MILTON, ONT., major addition to the Sunday School building at Knox Presbyterian Church, Main Street East near James Street, 1922; still standing in 2022 (Canadian Champion [Milton], 18 May 1922, 2; inf. Robert Hamilton)