Lamb, Thomas White

LAMB, Thomas White (1871-1942)
(biography in preparation)

(with S. Makepeace) TORONTO, ONT., Lowe's Wintergarden Theatre, Yonge Street near Queen Street East, 1913-14; restored 1987-89 (Toronto b.p. 2903, 5 April 1913; C.R., xxviii, 21 Jan. 1914, 89, descrip.; Const., viii, April 1915, 132-43, illus. & descrip.; Builder [London], cix, 15 Oct. 1915, 275-77, 280, illus. & descrip.)
TORONTO, ONT., Regent Theatre, Adelaide Street West near Yonge Street, a conversion of the old Majestic Theatre, 1915-16; demol. (Toronto Region Architectural Conservancy, Terra Cotta: Artful Deceivers, 1990, 108, illus.)
MONTREAL, QUE., Lowe's Theatre, Ste. Catherine Street West near Mansfield Street, 1916-17 (C.R., xx, 18 Oct. 1916, 42, t.c.; C.R., xxxi, 22 Aug. 1917, 713-14, illus. & descrip.; Const., xi, Feb. 1918, 45-52, illus. & descrip.; Montreal, Les Magasins Les Cinemas, 1985, 366-73, illus.; D. Lanken, Montreal Movie Palaces, 1994, 74-9, illus.)
HAMILTON, ONT., Loew's Theatre, King Street East, 1917 (Const., x, April 1917, 142; xi, Feb. 1918, 53-8, illus. & descrip.)
BRANTFORD, ONT., Temple Theatre, Dalhousie Street at Darling Street, 1919; restored 1990 (C.R., xxxiii, 12 March 1919, 46; Brantford Expositor, 22 Dec. 1919, descrip.)
TORONTO, ONT., Pantages Theatre, Yonge Street near Dundas Street East, 1919-20; restored 1988-89 (Toronto b.p. 25374, 19 Aug. 1919; C.R., xxxiv, 11 Feb. 1920, 122-4, illus. & descrip.; Const., xiii, Nov. 1920, 338-49, illus. & descrip.; H. Kalman, History of Canadian Architecture, 1994, 742-4, illus. & descrip.)
TORONTO, ONT., Lowe's Uptown Theatre, Yonge Street near Bloor Street West, 1919-20; altered 1970; demol. 2003 (Toronto b.p. 25495, 23 Aug. 1919; Const., xiii, Nov. 1920, 338-49, illus. & descrip.)
OTTAWA, ONT., Lowe's Theatre, Bank Street at Queen Street, 1919-20; demol. 1970 (Ottawa Journal, 16 Oct. 1920, 1, descrip.; H. Russell, 'All That Glitters: A Memorial to Ottawa's Capitol Theatre and Its Predecessors, in Canadian Historic Sites, xiii, 1975, 9-125, illus.; dwgs. at NAC, National Map Coll, 71-7077, Dwgs. 1 to 14)
TORONTO, ONT., Strand Theatre, Yonge Street near King Street East, 1919 (C.R., xxxiii, 3 Sept. 1919, 49)
MONTREAL, QUE., Lowe's Metropolitan Theatre, a reconstruction of the old Francais Theatre, Ste. Catherine Street East at St. Dominique Street, 1919-20; burned 1931 and then rebuilt by D.J. Crighton (Montreal Daily Star, 30 Jan. 1920, 24, descrip.; C.R., xxxiii, 19 Nov. 1919, 49, t.c.; D. Lanken, Montreal Movies Palaces, 1994, 32-3, illus.)
WINNIPEG, MAN., Paramount Theatre, Donald Street, 1919-21 (C.R., xxxiii, 24 Dec. 1919, 49; Winnipeg Tribune, 3 July 1920, 2, descrip.; Winnipeg, 1990-The Year Past, 33-8, illus.)
VANCOUVER, B.C., Regal Theatre, Seymour Street, between Robson Street and Smythe Street, for Regal Films Ltd., 1920 (Vancouver Daily World, 3 Dec. 1919, 2; C.R., xxxiv, 14 Jan. 1920, 51, t.c.; Vancouver Sun, 16 May 1920, 4, descrip.)
VANCOUVER, B.C., Paramount Movie Theatre, Seymour Street, for R.N. Nathanson, 1920 (Province [Vancouver], 26 May 1920, 19, descrip.)
VANCOUVER, B.C., Capitol Theatre, with entrances on Granville Street and Seymour Street, for Canadian Paramount Ltd., 1920-21; demol. 1974 (C.R., xxxiv, 17 March 1920, 60, t.c.; Vancouver Daily World, 6 Nov. 1920, 9, descrip.; Province [Vancouver], 14 March 1921, 19, extensive descrip.; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
VICTORIA, B.C., Capitol Theatre, Yates Street, for Famous Players Canadian Corp., 1920-21; demol. 1980 (D. Luxton, Building the West: The Early Architects of British Columbia, 2003, 268)
HAMILTON, ONT., Pantages Theatre, 1920 (C.R., xxxiv, 25 Feb. 1920, 47, t.c.)
REGINA, SASK., Capitol Theatre, Scarth Street at 12th Avenue, 1920 (C.R., xxxiv, 1 Sept. 1920, 53; dwgs. at SAB, Storey & Van Egmond Coll. RP 9.56)
WINNIPEG, MAN., Lowe's Theatre, a large theatre seating 3,400 patrons, for Marcus Lowe of New York City, 1921 (Winnipeg Tribune, 7 June 1921, 11)
SASKATOON, SASK., theatre for Famous Players Canadian Corp., 1920-21 (C.R., xxxiv, 8 Dec. 1920, 54)
CALGARY, ALTA., Capitol Theatre, 8th Avenue West, 1921 (inf. from Hilary Russell, Ottawa)
MONTREAL, QUE., Capitol Theatre, Ste. Catherine Street West at McGill College Avenue, 1921; demol. 1973 (D. Lanken, Montreal Movie Palaces, 1994, 86-94, illus.)
WINDSOR, ONT., Capitol Theatre, London Street West, 1923 (inf. from Hilary Russell, Ottawa)
LONDON, ONT., Capitol Theatre, Dundas Street, 1924 (inf. from Hilary Russell, Ottawa)
QUEBEC CITY, QUE., major addition to the Auditorium Theatre, St. John Street, 1927 (C.R., xli, 16 March 1927, 50; Canadian Motion Picture Digest, 12 Feb. 1927, 16, descrip.)
OTTAWA, ONT., Famous Players Theatre, Sparks Street, through to Queen Street at the rear, 1928 (C.R., xlii, 2 May 1928, 56; Ottawa Journal, 19 June 1928, 2)
QUEBEC CITY, QUE., Famous Players Theatre, St. John Street at Angele Street, 1929 (C.R., xliii, 20 March 1929, 68)
MONTREAL, QUE., Famous Players Theatre, Ste. Catherine Street West at Cathcart Street, 1929 (C.R., xliii, 20 March 1929, 68)