Hodgson, Hugh Astley

HODGSON, Hugh Astley (1880-1965)
(biography in preparation)


(works in Vancouver unless noted)

COTTON BUILDING, East Hastings Street near Columbia Street, 1911 (H. Kalman, Exploring Vancouver, 1993, 58, illus.)
BRUNSWICK BILLIARD PARLOURS, East Hastings Street, 1911 (dwgs. Vancouver City Archives)
BARNETT, B.C., police station, 1911 (C.R., xxv, 19 July 1911, 58-9)
BURNABY, B.C., Oakalla Prison, Royal Oak Avenue near Oakland Street, 1911-12 (Colonist [Victoria], 23 June 1911, 11, descrip.; Province [Vancouver], 11 May 1912, 28, descrip.; 18 May 1912, 31, illus.)
SHAUGHNESSY HEIGHTS, residence for Edward H. Moore, Granville Street at Laurier Avenue, 1912 (Province [Vancouver], 23 March 1912, 40, illus. & descrip.; 26 Oct. 1912, 30, illus. & descrip.)
EAST BROADWAY STREET, at Burns Street, apartment house for George Hunter, 1912 (C.R., xxvi, 31 Jan. 1912, 63)
CHERRY COURT APARTMENTS, East 8th Avenue at Victoria Street, for T.J. Whiteside, 1912 (Province [Vancouver], 5 Oct. 1912, 31, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
WEST VANCOUVER, B.C., Caulfeild Public School, near Marine Drive, 1917 (Vancouver Daily World, 22 March 1917, 9)
WEST VANCOUVER, B.C., public school, 22nd Street, 1921 (Vancouver Daily World, 27 July 1921, 15, t.c.; 6 Oct. 1921, 17)
WEST VANCOUVER, B.C., major addition to 22nd Street Public School, 1922 (Vancouver Daily World, 12 July 1922, 2)
(with E.W. Allington) ST. PETER & ST. PAUL ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, West 38th Street at Granville Street, 1923 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)


WRIGHT'S CANADIAN ROPE LTD., Granville Island, warehouse, 1926 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY, Trafalgar Street, greenhouses, 1926 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
BELL FUNERAL HOME, East Hastings Street, 1926 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
OLYMPIA THEATRE, East Hastings Street at Nanaimo Street, 1926 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
WEST VANCOUVER, B.C., Inglewood High School, Inglewood Avenue at 17th Street, 1927 (C.R., xli, 5 Jan. 1927, 48)
(with McCarter & Nairne) B.C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO., Granville Street at Dunsmuir Street, showrooms and offices, 1927-28 (C.R., xlii, 4 Jan. 1928, 7, illus. & descrip.; H. Kalman, Exploring Vancouver, 1978, 84, illus.; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
VANCOUVER HEIGHTS UNITED CHURCH, Ingleton Avenue at Albert Street, 1927 (Book of Remembrance: Vancouver Heights United Church, 1961)
PACIFIC NATIONAL EXHIBITION, East Hastings Street, several buildings including:
B.C. Products Pavilion, 1927 (Const., xx, May 1927, 165)
Penny Arcade, 1928 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
Livestock Building, 1929 (C.R., xliii, 27 Feb. 1929, 145; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
Pure Foods Building, 1931 (inf. D. Luxton, Vancouver)
Canada Building, 1931 (inf. D. Luxton, Vancouver)
Automotive & Ice Rink Building, 1931 (C.R., xlv, 11 March 1931, 124; dwgs. at Canadian Architectural Archives, Univ. of Calgary, McCarter Nairne Coll.)
Horticultural Display Building, 1931 (C.R., xlv, 16 Sept. 1931, 50)
BELLRENE COURT APARTMENTS, West 14th Avenue at Fir Street, 1928 (C.R., xlii, 20 June 1928, 57; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
AFTON APARTMENTS, Maple Street at West 4th Avenue, 1928 (C.R., xlii, 4 July 1928, 51)
POWELL RIVER, B.C., Patricia Theatre, Second Street at Oceanview Avenue, 1928 (C.R., xlii, 25 July 1928, 63)
ATHLETIC PARK, West 5th Avenue at Hemlock Street, gymnasium, hall and grandstand for the Vancouver Recreation Park Ltd., 1928 (C.R., xlii, 19 Sept. 1928, 52; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
STANLEY PARK MANOR APARTMENTS, Haro Street at Gilford Street, 1929 (Const., xxii, Jan. 1929, 9; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
ALMA ACADEMY, West Broadway at Alma Street, 1929 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
STANLEY THEATRE, Granville Street near West 11th Avenue, 1930 (C.R., xliv, 26 March 1930, 64, t.c.; H. Kalman, Exploring Vancouver, 1993, 145, illus.; dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)
MAJESTIC THEATRE, 1930 (dwgs. at Vancouver City Archives)


VANCOUVER, B.C., Police Headquarters, 1912. Hodgson was one of several competitors who submitted designs for this large public building in 1912. He was awarded Fourth Prize of $100 (Vancouver Daily World, 18 June 1912, 13). The winner scheme was prepared by W.A. Doctor.