Noffke, Werner Edgar

NOFFKE, Werner Edgar (1878-1964)
(biography in preparation)
An extensive collection of architectural drawings prepared by W.E. Noffke, and by the firms of Northwood & Noffke, and Noffke, Morin & Sylvester can be found in the Noffke Collection held by the National Archives of Canada in Ottawa (Acc.77803/7). Virtually all projects listed below are represented by drawings in this collection.

(works in Ottawa unless noted)

W.E. NOFFKE

(Residential Works)

WESTBORO, ONT., cottage for Charles Ogilvie, 1907 (Const., i, Nov. 1907, 72)
HULL, QUE., residence for George Mathews, 1907 (Const., i, Nov. 1907, 72)
GATINEAU PARK, QUE., cottage at Kingsmere for R.J. Devlin, 1909-10 (C.R., xxiii, 15 Dec. 1909, 22, t.c.)
DALY AVENUE, residence for David V. Ranger, 1909 (Heritage Ottawa, The Architecture of W.E. Noffke, 1976, 12)
LAURIER AVENUE EAST, additions to residence of Prime Minister Sir Wilfrid Laurier, including auto garage, 1909; and verandah, 1913 (Ottawa Journal, 17 April 1909, 1, descrip.; dwgs. at NAC)
WILBROD STREET, near Nelson Street, residence for Achille J. Hamel, 1909 (dwgs. at NAC)
QUEEN ELIZABETH DRIVE, residence for Andrew Haydon, 1910 (Heritage Ottawa, The Architecture of W.E. Noffke, 1976, 12; Andrew Waldron, Exploring the Capital: An Architectural Guide to the Ottawa-Gatineau Region, 2017, 158-9, illus. & descrip.)
GOLF LINKS, country house for George L. Orme, 1910 (C.R., xxiv, 27 July 1910, 25-6, t.c.)
METCALFE STREET, at Nepean Street, residence for William H.A. Fraser, 1911 (C.R., xxv, 2 Aug. 1911, 62)
DALY AVENUE, residence for T. Frank Ahearn, 1912 (C.R., xxvi, 27 March 1912, 68; dwgs. at NAC)
SALISBURY AVENUE, residence for Hon. Francis A. Anglin, 1912 (C.R., xxvi, 27 March 1912, 69)
MARLBOROUGH AVENUE, residence for Charles E. Mortureux, 1912 (dwgs. at NAC)
CLEMOW AVENUE, residence for the architect, 1913 (C.R., xxvii, 12 Nov. 1913, 72)
O'CONNOR STREET, residence for Austin E. Blount, 1913 (C.R., xxvii, 3 Dec. 1913, 67)
CLEMOW AVENUE, residence for William F. Powell, 1913 (Ottawa Journal, 20 Sept. 1913, 17, illus.; C.R., xxvii, 3 Dec. 1913, 67)
ALLEN PLACE, residence for Ernest C. Powell, 1913 (Canadian Builder & Carpenter [Toronto], iv, May 1914, 34-5, illus. & descrip.; Heritage Ottawa, The Architecture of W.E. Noffke, 1976, 13)
LAURIER AVENUE WEST, at Bronson Avenue, residence for H. Adelaide Clemow, 1913 (dwgs. at NAC)
O'CONNOR STREET, at Linden Street, residence for George F. Hodgins, 1914 (C.R., xxviii, 18 Feb. 1914, 80; Andrew Waldron, Exploring the Capital: An Architectural Guide to the Ottawa-Gatineau Region, 2017, 96-7, illus. & descrip.)
CLEMOW AVENUE, residence for Benson C. Beach, 1915 (Heritage Ottawa, The Architecture of W.E. Noffke, 1976, 14)
HOLBROOK APARTMENTS, Elgin Street, for James & Charles Holbrook, 1915 (H. Kalman, Exploring Ottawa, 1983, 51)
VIMY APARTMENTS, Wilbrod Street at Charlotte Street, 1919-20 (Ottawa Journal, 7 May 1920, 7)
CLEMOW AVENUE, residence for Francis X. Plaunt, 1921 (dwgs. at NAC)

(Commercial & Industrial Works)

(with J.O. Turgeon) UNION ST. JOSEPH BLOCK, for the Union St. Joseph du Canada, Dalhousie Street at York Street, 1907; demol. (C.R., xvii, 30 Jan. 1907, 6; dwgs. at NAC)
GATINEAU PARK, QUE., the Chateau Gatineau Hotel, for Walter B. Walby, 1908 (C.R., xxii, 30 Sept. 1908, 24)
GENERAL SUPPLY CO., Sparks Street near Bay Street, 1909 (dwgs. at NAC)
JAMES HOPE & SONS, Sparks Street, office building, 1910 (C.R., xxiv, 11 May 1910, 27; xxv, 20 Sept. 1911, 44, illus. & descrip.; Const., vi, June 1913, 236-7, illus. & descrip.; J. Weir, Lost Craft of Ornamented Architecture, 1983, 76, illus.; dwgs. at NAC)
RIDEAU STREET, four stores for Jacob Freedman, 1910 (C.R., xxiv, 27 July 1910, 26)
GEORGE MATTHEWS CO., Rideau Street at Mosgrove Street, commercial block, 1910 (Evening Journal [Ottawa], 29 Sept. 1910, 1, descrip.; C.R., xxiv, 5 Oct. 1910, 28)
OTTAWA EAST, a row of five brick stores for Barrett Brothers, Main Street at Wildwood Avenue, 1910-11 (Evening Journal [Ottawa], 25 Oct. 1910, 12, descrip.; C.R., xxiv, 2 Nov. 1910, 27, t.c.)
UNION BANK (also called the Blackburn Building), Sparks Street at Metcalfe Street, 1909-13 (C.R., xxv, 26 July 1911, 43; xxvi, 28 Aug. 1912, 52, illus. & descrip.; Const., xii, Aug. 1919, 229-32, illus. & descrip.; J. Weir, Lost Craft of Ornamented Architecture, 1983, 77, illus.; Andrew Waldron, Exploring the Capital: An Architectural Guide to the Ottawa-Gatineau Region, 2017, 22-23, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at NAC)
YORK STREET, at Market Square, commercial block for Kabil Farrah, 1911 (C.R., xxv, 19 April 1911, 58; dwgs. at NAC)
BRONSON STREET, at Somerset Street, commercial building for F.W. Burns, 1911 (C.R., xxv, 3 May 1911, 56; dwgs. at NAC)
WELLINGTON STREET, stores for Donald H. MacLean, 1911 (C.R., xxv, 30 Aug. 1911, 63; dwgs. at NAC)
ROBERTSON BROS., Queen Street, warehouse, 1911 (C.R., xxv, 4 Oct. 1911, 61, t.c.)
OTTAWA WINE VAULT CO., George Street, bottling factory, 1911 (C.R., xxv, 1 Nov. 1911, 62)
TORONTO, ONT., O'Brien's Store, for William E. McAuliffe, King Street West near Simcoe Street, 1912; demol. 1932 (Toronto b.p. 32171, 26 Dec. 1911; Toronto Region Architectural Conservancy, Terra Cotta-Artful Deceivers, 1990, 64-5, illus.)
RENFREW, ONT., The Pedlow Block, a commercial block for I.E. Pedlow, 1912 (Evening Journal [Ottawa], 24 July 1912, 2)
RENFREW, ONT., Hotel Renfrew, Main Street at Renfrew Street, 1912-14 (Ottawa Journal, 24 July 1912, 2; 18 April 1914, Saturday Magazine, 15, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at NAC)
PLAZA BUILDING, Rideau Street at Sussex Street, stores and office for the Blackburn Bros., 1913 (C.R., xxvii, 23 July 1913, 74; dwgs. at NAC)
CHARLES OGILVY LTD., Rideau Street at Nicholas Street, major addition to department store, 1913-14; major addition facing Besserer Street, 1917 (C.R., xxvii, 3 Dec. 1913, 65; Evening Journal [Ottawa], 25 July 1914, 9, illus. & descrip.; 10 May 1917, 5, illus.; dwgs. at NAC)
LOUIS N. POULIN LTD., Sparks Street, store, 1914 (C.R., xxviii, 1 April 1914, 80)
SLATER STREET, addition to warehouse and office block for Bate Realty Co., 1915 (C.R., xxix, 25 Aug. 1915, 49)
NICHOLAS STREET, warehouse for L.H. Major & J. Soubliere, 1915 (Evening Journal [Ottawa], 21 Oct. 1915, 5; 29 Oct. 1915, 11)
BANK OF OTTAWA, Somerset Street at Bronson Avenue, major alterations, 1917 (inf. from Bank of Nova Scotia Archives, Toronto; dwgs. at NAC)
OTTAWA CAR GARAGE CO., Albert Street at Kent Street, auto showroom and parking garage, 1917 (Evening Journal [Ottawa], 7 Dec. 1917, 5, descrip.; Const., xi, Sept. 1918, 294-6, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at NAC)

(Ecclesiastical & Institutional Works)

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH, Sunday School, Nelson Street, 1898; parsonage, Wilbrod Street at King Street, 1899 (Ottawa Journal, 20 Dec. 1913, 25; St. Paul's Lutheran Church Ottawa 1874-1934, 8, 12-13, illus.)
HINTONBURGH, a new Methodist Church, 1903 (Evening Journal [Ottawa], 3 Oct. 1903, 5, descrip.)
CITY HALL, Elgin Street, reconstruction of the building, 1906-07 (C.R., xvii, 19 Dec. 1906, 4)
LANSDOWNE PARK, buildings for the Central Canada Exhibition including Fine Arts Building, 1908; Grand Stand, 1909; Fire Station & Police Station, 1909; Women's Lavatories, 1911; Machinery & Agricultural Hall, 1912, demol.; (C.R., xxii, 22 April 1908, 18, t.c.; 1 July 1908, 28; xxvi, 10 April 1912, 1; Ottawa Journal, 10 May 1909, 5; dwgs. at NAC)
KING EDWARD HEBREW SCHOOL, King Edward Avenue, 1910 (Evening Journal [Ottawa], 23 June 1910, 1, descrip.)
TORONTO, ONT., St. John Evangelist Lutheran Church, Shaw Street at Irene Street, 1911 (C.R., xxv, 9 Aug. 1911, 61)
ST. LUCAS EVANGELICAL CHURCH, MacKay Street at Noel Street, 1914-15 (Evening Citizen [Ottawa], 18 May 1914, 1, descrip.; St. Paul's Lutheran Church Ottawa 1874-1934, 24, illus.)
PEMBROKE, ONT., St. John's Lutheran Church, Miller Street, 1919 (dwgs. at NAC)
E.B. BROWNE & CO., Lisgar Street near Bank Street, row of stores for Ebenezer Browne, 1920 (Ottawa Journal, 26 Nov. 1920, 22)
FIRE HALL NO. 10, Sunnyside Avenue at Fairbairn Street, 1920-21 (Evening Journal [Ottawa], 29 Sept. 1921, 5, illus. & descrip.; Municipal Review of Canada [Montreal], xviii, Dec. 1922, 266, illus. & descrip.; Ottawa: A Guide to Heritage Structures, 2000, 189, illus.; Andrew Waldron, Exploring the Capital: An Architectural Guide to the Ottawa-Gatineau Region, 2017, 105, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at NAC)
ICE PALACE, at the Winter Carnival grounds, Lansdowne Park, with Triumphal Ice Archway, Somerset Street at Bank Street, and the Unity Ice Tower at Confederation Square, 1921 (Evening Journal [Ottawa], 2 Dec. 1921, 19, descrip.)
NURSE'S HOME, Water Street, opposite the Ottawa General Hospital, 1920 (C.R., xxxiv, 22 Sept. 1920, 51-2; dwgs. at NAC)

NOFFKE, MORIN & SYLVESTER

(works in Ottawa unless noted)

(Residential Works)

DELAWARE AVENUE, extensive alterations to residence for John Gleason, 1922 (Andrew Waldron, Exploring the Capital: An Architectural Guide to the Ottawa-Gatineau Region, 2017, 160-61, illus. & descrip.)
HULL, QUE., apartment house for George E. Hanson, possibly Hanson Court Apartments, Aylmer Road, 1922 (C.R., xxxvi, 29 March 1922, 54)
RANGE ROAD, residence for Col. Douglas R. Street, 1922 (C.R., xxxvi, 19 July 1922, 56-8; dwgs. at NAC)
HULL, QUE., 'Shadowbrook', a residence for John N. Rougvie, Aylmer Road, 1922 (Le Prix Courant, lv, 6 Oct. 1922, 53; C.H.G., iii, Dec. 1926, 26-7, illus.; dwgs. at NAC)
ACACIA AVENUE, residence for Edith Wilson, 1922 (C.R., xxxvi, 22 Nov. 1922, 49)
WILBROD STREET, residence for W.E. Noffke, Architect, 1922 (dwgs. at NAC)
CLEMOW AVENUE, residence for James J. Leddy, 1922 (dwgs. at NAC)
CLEMOW AVENUE, residence for Ethel Chamberlain, 1923 (dwgs. at NAC)
McARTHUR AVENUE, at Third Avenue, residence for William Elmitt, 1923 (dwgs. at NAC)
CLEMOW AVENUE, residence for Levi W. Crannell, 1926 (dwgs. at NAC)
CLEMOW AVENUE, near Bak Street, residence for A.E. Low, 1927 (Ottawa Journal, 11 March 1927, 2)
CLEMOW AVENUE, residence for Herbert A. Plant, 1927 (C.R., xli, 1 June 1927, 51; R.A.I.C. Journal, v, July 1928, 254, illus.; dwgs. at NAC)
CHAPEL STREET, at Besserer Street, residence for Dr. Albert Charlebois, 1927 (Heritage Ottawa, The Architecture of W.E. Noffke, 1976, 17)
QUEEN ELIZABETH DRIVE, residence for Chauncey R. Bangs, 1927 (Heritage Ottawa, The Architecture of W.E. Noffke, 1976, 17)
MacLAREN STREET, residence for Robert K. Paterson, 1928 (C.R., xlii, 5 Sept. 1928, 63)
LAURIER AVENUE EAST, major alterations to mansion for J. Ambrose O'Brien, 1928 (B. Corber, 'Munross and Le Circle Universitaire d'Ottawa', in the Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada Bulletin, xv, Dec. 1990, 105-06, illus.; dwgs. at NAC)
ISLAND PARK DRIVE, residence for Stafford F. Kirkpatrick, 1928 (H. Kalman, Exploring Ottawa, 1983, 163)
PARK VIEW APARTMENTS, Cobourg Street, for James Maloney, 1928 (C.R., xlii, 22 Feb. 1928, 139, t.c.)
AMBASSADOR COURT APARTMENTS, Bank Street at Central Park, 1928 (Ottawa Journal, 22 Sept. 1928, 16, illus. & descrip.; Heritage Ottawa, The Architecture of W.E. Noffke, 1976, 19; Andrew Waldron, Exploring the Capital: An Architectural Guide to the Ottawa-Gatineau Region, 2017, 94-5, illus. & descrip.)
ROCKCLIFFE PARK, residence for Col. Harold R. Hamilton, Park Road, 1928 (C.R., xlii, 22 Feb. 1928, 139)
HOPEWORTH COURT APARTMENTS, Laurier Avenue East at College Avenue, for Hon. John L. Chabot, 1928 (C.R., xlii, 2 May 1928, 58; dwgs. at NAC)
OTTAWA HUNT & GOLF CLUB, Bowesville Road, major addition, 1928 (Ottawa Journal, 18 Aug. 1928, 36, illus.)
GATINEAU PARK, QUE., country residence at Meach Lake for J. Ambrose O'Brien, 1929 (dwgs. at NAC)
ROCKCLIFFE PARK, "Graystones", a residence for Dr. Frederick W.C. Mohr, Acacia Avenue, 1929 (Ottawa Journal, 5 Feb. 1929, 19, descrip.; C.R., xliii, 30 Jan. 1929, 50, t.c.; dwgs. at NAC; Martha Edmond, Rockcliffe Park - A History of the Village, 2005, 215, illus.; Andrew Waldron, Exploring the Capital: An Architectural Guide to the Ottawa-Gatineau Region, 2017, 129, illus. & descrip.)
NEW SHERWOOD DRIVE, at The Driveway, residence for S.F. Kilpatrick, 1929 (Ottawa Journal, 5 Feb. 1929, 19, descrip.)
CLEMOW AVENUE, at Central Park, residence for William F. Powell, 1929 (Ottawa Journal, 2 March 1929, 43, descrip.; C.R., xliii, 10 April 1929, 66)
RANGE ROAD, residence for Gerald Bate, 1930 (dwgs. at NAC)

(Commercial & Industrial Works)

CRANE LTD., Bank Street near Laurier Avenue, showroom and store, 1925 (dwgs. at NAC)
McCORD FURNITURE STORE, Somerset Street West near Bank Street, for Russell R. McCord, 1927 (Ottawa Journal, 8 Oct. 1927, 24, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at NAC)
LAROCQUE REGISTERED LTD., Rideau Street at Dalhousie Street, department store, 1927 (dwgs. at NAC)
BRADING BREWERIES CO., Wellington Street near Bronson Avenue, storage buildings, 1927; major additions including barrel building, refrigeration building, and large garage, 1928 (Ottawa Journal, 25 Feb. 1927, 18, descrip.; 21 Jan. 1928, 3, descrip.)
MEDICAL ARTS BUILDING, Metcalfe Street at Nepean Street, 1928 (Ottawa Journal, 23 May 1928, 13; 24 May 1929, 9, descrip.; C.R., xlii, 12 Sept. 1928, 965, illus. & descrip.; xliii, 17 July 1929, 839-40, illus. & descrip.)
RENFREW, ONT., O'Brien's Theatre, Raglan Street, 1929 (dwgs. at NAC)
PINK'S LTD. MOTOR CAR SHOWROOM & GARAGE, 1929 (Ottawa Journal, 13 April 1929, 27, descrip.)
CAPITAL BREWING CO., Wellington Street, brewing plant, 1930 (C.R., xliv, 2 April 1930, 66, t.c.; Ottawa Journal, 17 April 1930, 4, illus. & descrip.)
HULSE BROS. FUNERAL HOME, McLeod Street near O'Connor Street, 1932 (dwgs. at NAC)

(Ecclesiastical & Institutional Works)

MYRAND AVENUE, rectory for Ste. Anne's Roman Catholic Church, 1922 (C.R., xxxvi, 29 March 1922, 56; dwgs. at NAC)
CHAMPAGNE PUBLIC BATHS, King Edward Avenue at York Street, 1922-23 (C.R., xxxvi, 16 Aug. 1922, 54; xxxvii, 28 Nov. 1923, 1128-30, illus. & descrip.; Ottawa: A Guide to Heritage Structures, 2000, 40, illus.; Meredith Stewart, "The Public Baths of Ottawa: A Heritage Reconsidered" in Journal of the Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada, xl, No. 1, Spring 2015, 83-96, descrip. & illus.)
ICE PALACE, Cartier Square, 1922 (F. Anderes & A. Agranoff, Ice Palaces, 1983, 76-7, illus. & descrip.)
DALHOUSIE WARD FIRE HALL, Parkdale Avenue near Wellington Street, 1923 (Ottawa Journal, 27 Jan. 1923, 6, Letter to the Editor)
GERMANICUS, ONT., St. John's Lutheran Church, 1923 (dwgs. at NAC)
ST. GEORGE'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, Piccadilly Avenue, church, parish hall and rectory, 1924 (C.R., xxxviii, 15 Oct. 1924, 1027, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at NAC)
CORPUS CHRISTI ROMAN CATHOLIC SCHOOL, Lyon Street at 4th Avenue, 1926 (C.R., xli, 2 Feb. 1927, 108, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at NAC)
MACHZIKEY HADAS JEWISH SYNAGOGUE, King Edward Avenue at Murray Street, 1926-27 (Ottawa Journal, 20 Dec. 1926, 13, descrip.; 9 May 1927, 4 and 7, illus. & descrip.; H. Hadaya, 'The First Synagogues of Ottawa', in the Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada Bulletin, xix, Sept. 1994, 80-1, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at NAC)
OTTAWA GENERAL HOSPITAL, Bruyere Street, major additions on Parent Avenue, with Nurses' Residence, Maternity department, and Children's department, 1927, 1929 (Ottawa Journal, 11 March 1927, 1, descrip.; 22 Aug. 1927, 1 & 2, illus. & descrip.; C.R., xli, 21 Sept. 1927, 955, illus. & descrip.; R.A.I.C. Journal, iv, Nov. 1927, ix, illus. in advert.; C.R., xliii, 17 April 1929, 395-6, illus. & descrip.; 6 Nov. 1929, 56; Ottawa Journal, 9 Feb. 1929, Section Four, 35-38, descrip.; 12 Feb. 1929, 3, descrip.; dwgs. at NAC)
IMMACULATA ROMAN CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL, Bronson Avenue at Lisgar Street, major addition to the school, 1929 (Ottawa Journal, 8 Jan. 1929, 11, descrip.; 6 Nov. 1929, 15, illus. & descrip.; C.R., xliii, 20 Feb. 1929, 58; dwgs. at NAC)
ST. THERESA'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, Somerset Street West at Cartier Street, 1929-30 (C.R., xliii, 26 June 1929, 60; Ottawa Journal, 10 May 1930, 40, descrip.; dwgs. at NAC)
CARP, ONT., St. Paul's United Church, 1929 (dwgs. at NAC)
LANSDOWNE PARK, public grandstand at the fairgrounds, "..on the Nicholas Street side of the Oval", 1930 (Ottawa Journal, 24 Feb. 1930, 1 & 3, descrip.)
TORONTO, ONT., St. John's Lutheran Church, Concord Avenue at Bloor Street West, 1930 (dwgs. at NAC)
CHRIST THE KING ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, Argyle Avenue near Bank Street, 1930 (Ottawa Journal, 29 May 1930, 18; dwgs. at NAC)
OSGOODE, ONT., St. John's Roman Catholic Church, 1930 (dwgs. at NAC)
CERCLE SOCIAL STE. ANNE, St Patrick Street near Chapel Street, 1932 (dwgs. at NAC)

NOFFKE & SYLVESTER

STE. ANNE'S ROMAN CATHOLIC PARISH, St. Patrick Street, a new Parish Hall, 1932 (Ottawa Journal, 4 April 1932, 11)
GLENORA AVENUE, residence for Richard J. Noffke, 1933 (dwgs. at NAC)
LAURIER AVENUE WEST, residence for David Epstein, 1933 (dwgs. at NAC)
NIAGARA FALLS, ONT., St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 1934 (dwgs. at NAC)
LISGAR STREET, residence for S. Miller, 1935 (dwgs. at NAC)
O'CONNOR STREET, near Laurier Avenue West, stores and apartments for David Epstein, 1935 (Ottawa Journal, 23 Feb. 1935, 4, descrip.)

W.E. NOFFKE

IMBRO BROTHERS MARKET, Rideau Street near Friel Street, a food market, tea room and grill for Michael Imbro & Anthony Imbro, 1935; demol. (Ottawa, Journal, 3 July 1935, 10, illus. & descrip.)
MANHATTAN APARTMENTS, Cooper Street near Elgin Street, for Snear Miller, 1935 (Ottawa Journal, 12 Sept. 1935, 18, descrip.; Tim Morawetz, Art Deco Architecture Across Canada, 2017, 135-36, illus. & descrip.)
ROYAL YORK APARTMENTS, Lisgar Street near Elgin Street, for Snear Miller, 1935 (Ottawa Journal, 24 June 1935, 1, descrip.; 12 Sept. 1935, 18, descrip.)
RUSKIN STREET, residences for Archibald W. Peterson, Moses Greenberg and Morris Goldberg, 1935 (Heritage Ottawa, The Architecture of W.E. Noffke, 1976, 18)
(with Lucien Leblanc) GREY NUNS OF THE CROSS, Water Street, a new seven storey block "...on the vacant land between the present Mother House and the Ottawa General Hospital, extending back to Cathcart Street", to include a new chapel with 500 seats, 1935-36 (Ottawa Journal, 26 Sept. 1935, 1, descrip.)
(with Lucien Leblanc) GREY NUNS OF THE CROSS, extensive alterations of the Mother House, Water Street at Sussex Street, 1935-36 (C.R., xlix, 11 Sept. 1935, 31, t.c.; Ottawa Journal, 26 Sept. 1935, 1, descrip.; Ottawa: A Guide to Heritage Structures, 2000, 147, illus.;dwgs. at NAC)
ST. PATRICK STREET, near Pinard Street, a row of four houses, and a small apartment block for Hector Menard, 1937 (Ottawa Journal, 26 March 1937, 21; 5 May 1937, 19)
NORTH BAY, ONT., Redeemer Lutheran Church, 1937 (dwgs. at NAC)
DEPT. OF MINES & RESOURCES, Booth Street, six industrial mineral laboratory buildings, 1937-44 (C.R., vol. 50, 23 June 1937, 47; Ottawa Journal, 21 Aug. 1937, 1; dwgs. at NAC)
DEPT. OF MINES & RESOURCES, Rochester Street opposite Beech Street, two laboratory buildings, one for the Ceramics Div., and one for the Ore Dressing Div., 1937-38 (Ottawa Journal, 14 Oct. 1937, 1, descrip.; 11 Jan. 1939, 5, illus. & descrip.)
ST. PAUL'S EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH, Wilbrod Street at King Edward Avenue, reconstruction of the church, 1937-38 (Ottawa Journal, 9 Nov. 1937, 13, descrip.; dwgs. at NAC)
CENTRAL POST OFFICE, Sparks Street at Elgin Street, 1938-39 (C.R., li, 8 June 1938, 35; liii, 13 March 1940, 9-11, illus. & descrip.; Ottawa Journal, 13 May 1939, Royal Visit Supplement, page 8 E, illus. & descrip.; R.A.I.C. Journal, xvii, Sept. 1940, 162-4, illus.; Andrew Waldron, Exploring the Capital: An Architectural Guide to the Ottawa-Gatineau Region, 2017, 24-25, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at NAC)
GILBERT APARTMENTS, Lisgar Street near O'Connor Street, for Miss Maude E. Thoburn, 1939 (C.R., lii, 8 Feb. 1939, 30; Ottawa Journal, 1 May 1939, 3, descrip.; dwgs. at NAC)
HULL, QUE., War Memorial, in Jacques Cartier Park, to honour soldiers from Hull and region, 1939 (Ottawa Journal, 18 July 1939, 4)
HULL, QUE., Standish Hall Hotel, Montcalm Street, major addition and extensive alterations to existing hotel, 1939-40 (Ottawa Journal, 7 Nov. 1939, 2, descrip.)
PEMBROKE, ONT., residence for the Roman Catholic Bishop, 1939 (dwgs. at NAC)
HARMER AVENUE, residence for the architect, 1939 (dwgs. at NAC)
ST. CATHARINES, ONT., Lutheran Church, Geneva Street at Junkin Street, 1940 (City of St. Catharines, building permit records)
WESTBORO THEATRE, Richmond Road, 1941 (C.R., liv, 2 April 1941, 30)
CHURCHILL APARTMENTS, Friel Street at Besserer Street, for Leon Petergorsky, 1941 (C.R., liv, 28 May 1941, 31)
ATHALONE APARTMENTS, MacLaren Street, for Louis Baker, 1941 (C.R., liv, 7 May 1941, 32)
NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL, Field Station, 1941 (C.R., liv, 11 June 1941, 31; dwgs. at NAC)
PEMBROKE, ONT., St. Jean Baptiste Roman Catholic Church, 1941 (C.R., liv, 23 July 1941, 84; dwgs. at NAC)
GOULBURN AVENUE, at Laurier Avenue East, residence for Louis Archbar, 1942 (dwgs. at NAC)
EGANVILLE, ONT., Convent for the Sisters of Immaculate Conception, 1943 (dwgs. at NAC)
IVY AVENUE, residence for Charles H. Kritsch, 1944 (dwgs. at NAC)
TORONTO, ONT., Trinity Lutheran Church, Sherbourne Street near Bloor Street East, 1944 (dwgs. at NAC)
SARNIA, ONT., Lutheran Church of the Redeemer, College Street North at George Street, 1944; foundations and basement constructed, but church was never completed (dwgs. at NAC)
BY TOWN INN, O'Connor Street at Albert Street, 1946 (dwgs. at NAC)
HULL, QUE., Chez Henri Hotel, Main Street, 1947 (dwgs. at NAC)
PEMBROKE, ONT., Grey Nuns Mother House, Mackay Street, additions to Main Wing of the Mother House, heating plant and Chapel at the Home for Incurables, 1947 (C.R., lx, Sept. 1947, 173; dwgs. at NAC)
ACACIA AVENUE, residence for John A. Collins, 1947 (dwgs. at NAC)
CAPITAL TRUST CORP LTD., Metcalfe Street at Queen Street, a 9 storey office block, 1947; demol. (Ottawa Journal, 4 Feb. 1947, 1)
GUARANTY TRUST, Metcalfe Street at Wellington Street, 1948 (dwgs. at NAC)
PEMBROKE, ONT., Zion Lutheran Church, Miller Street, 1948 (dwgs. at NAC)
TORONTO, ONT., St. Ansgar Lutheran Church, Lawrence Avenue West at Avenue Road, 1948 (C.R., xli, May 1948, 175; dwgs. at NAC)
THE DRIVEWAY, residence for J. Ambrose O'Brien, 1948 (dwgs. at NAC)
LONDON, ONT., Trinity Lutheran Church, Oxford Street at Colborne Street, 1949 (C.R., lxii, May 1949, 158, t.c.; dwgs. at NAC)
CRANE PLUMBING LTD., Catherine Street at Lyon Street, warehouse and office, 1949 (C.R., lxii, Sept. 1949, 162; dwgs. at NAC)
NORWAY HOUSE, MANITOBA, Indian Residential School, 1952 (Magdalena Milosz, "Instruments as Evidence", in Journal of the Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada, xli, No. 2, Autumn 2016, 8, illus.)

COMPETITIONS

OTTAWA, ONT., Departmental Buildings, 1914. Noffke was one of 62 architects from North America and Europe who submitted entries in this major competition. His design, listed as 'No. 7', was one of six finalists selected by the jurors. The project was cancelled due to the outbreak of WW1 and the federal government waited until 1923 before compensating the winners with an award of $5,000 each (NAC, RG11, Vol 2951, File 5307-1-C, 14 July 1923)
RENFREW, ONT., Civic War Memorial, 1919. The office of W.E.Noffke was one of four Ottawa architectural firms who submitted a design for this stone Cenotaph (Ottawa Journal, 31 May 1919, 9). The winner was Millson & Burgess, Architects.
OTTAWA, ONT., Prototype for an Air Raid Shelter, 1941. Noffke was awarded First Prize of $200 for his plan for a brick shelter to be used by Canadians in the event of enemy air raids (R.A.I.C. Journal, xviii, July 1941, 119, illus.)