Keith, John Charles Malcolm

KEITH, John Charles Malcolm (1858-1940)
(biography in preparation)

VICTORIA

VICTORIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY & LIGHTING CO., power station, Store Street, 1895 (Colonist [Victoria], 1 Jan. 1895, Supplement, 1)
CHRIST CHURCH ANGLICAN CATHEDRAL, Burdett Avenue, addition to rectory, 1897 (C.R., viii, 27 May 1897, 2)
TROUNCE AVENUE, between Government Street and Broad Street, a commercial block 'for an English syndicate', 1903 (C.R., xiv, 22 July 1903, 3, descrip.)
WASHINGTON AVENUE, at Gorge Road, residence for Alfred Wood, 1905 (C.R., xv, 25 Jan. 1905, 2)
ST. CHARLES STREET, residence for Joseph E. Wilson, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 30 Aug. 1905, 5; Victoria Heritage Foundation, This Old House: Victoria's Heritage Neighbourhoods, Vol. 3, 2014, 200-01, illus. & descrip.)
JESSIE STREET [now Raynor Avenue], residence for George T. Michell, 1906 (Victoria Heritage Foundation, This Old House: Victoria's Heritage Neighbourhoods, Vol. 1, 2013, 207-08, illus. & descrip.)
NURSE'S HOME, Vancouver Street at Johnson Street, 1908; addition, 1917 (C.R., xxii, 3 June 1908, 27, t.c.; xxxi, 21 March 1917, 271)
ROYAL JUBILEE HOSPITAL, Richmond Avenue at Fort Street, addition of the Pemberton Memorial Chapel, 1908-09 (Const., ii, Dec. 1908, 64; Colonist [Victoria], 30 Dec. 1909, 7, illus. & descrip.; M. Segger & D. Franklin, Exploring Victoria's Architecture, 1996, 180-81, illus.; Victoria Heritage Foundation, This Old House: Victoria's Heritage Neighbourhoods, Vol. 4, 2009, 210, illus. & descrip.)
MOSS STREET SCHOOL, Moss Street at Fairfield Road, 1909; demol. 1996 (C.R., xxiii, 21 April 1909, 19; D. Franklin, Early School Architecture in British Columbia, 1980, 88, 100, illus.; Victoria Heritage Foundation, This Old House: Victoria's Heritage Neighbourhoods, Vol. 4, 2009, 108, illus. & descrip.)
PRINCESS AVENUE, residence for Thomas Elkington, 1909 (Victoria Heritage Foundation, This Old House: Victoria's Heritage Neighbourhoods, Vol. 3, 2014, 86-7, illus. & descrip.)
GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH, Blanshard Street at Queen's Avenue, 1910-11 (C.R., xxiv, 28 Sept. 1910, 25; Colonist [Victoria], 20 June 1911, 8, descrip.)
OAK BAY, residence for Max Enke, Island Road, 1912; demol. 1992 (S. Stark, Oak Bay's Heritage Buildings, 1986, 62-3, illus.)
OAK BAY, residence for Mrs. Louise M.B. Dodds, Monterey Avenue, 1912 (S. Stark, Oak Bay's Heritage Buildings, 1986, 103, illus.)
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Quadra Street at Balmoral Road, Sunday School 1912; church 1914-15 (Colonist [Victoria], 2 May 1915, 17, illus. & descrip.; M. Segger & D. Franklin, Victoria, 1979, 234-5, illus.; Victoria Heritage Foundation, This Old House: Victoria's Heritage Neighbourhoods, Vol. 3, 2014, 91-92, illus. & descrip.)
ROCKLAND AVENUE, residence for Dr. Arthur Bechtel, 1912 (Victoria Heritage Foundation, This Old House: Victoria's Heritage Neighbourhoods, Vol. 3, 2014, 163-4, illus. & descrip.)
SEAMAN'S INSTITUTE, Superior Street at St. Lawrence Street, 1912 (Colonist [Victoria], 28 Sept. 1912, 19, descrip.; 29 Sept. 1912, 22, illus.)
ALBION STOVE WORKS, Government Street, 1913 (Victoria Heritage Foundation, This Old House: Victoria's Heritage Neighbourhoods, Vol. 3, 2014, 28, illus. & descrip.)
JAIL & POLICE STATION, Fisguard Street near Government Street, 1914 (C.R., xxviii, 26 Aug. 1914, 63, t.c.; M. Segger & D. Franklin, Exploring Victoria's Architecture, 1996, 119, illus.)
SOUTH WARD PUBLIC SCHOOL, Douglas Street at Superior Street, 1914 (M. Segger & D. Franklin, Victoria, 1979, 192-5, illus.)
MARGARET JENKINS PUBLIC SCHOOL, Chandler Avenue near Foul Bay Road, 1914 (D. Franklin, Early School Architecture in British Columbia, 1980, 88, 101, illus.)
SIR JAMES DOUGLAS SCHOOL, Victoria Drive at Newport Avenue, major addition, 1919 (British Columbia Record [Vancouver], 3 Nov. 1919, 2)
ANGLICAN SYNOD HALL, Vancouver Street at Rockland Avenue, 1923 (C.R., xxxvii, 10 Oct. 1923, 52; Victoria Heritage Foundation, This Old House: Victoria's Heritage Neighbourhoods, Vol. 4, 2009, 145, illus. & descrip.)
CHRIST CHURCH ANGLICAN CATHEDRAL, Quadra Street at Rockland Avenue, 1926-29 (C.R., xli, 2 March 1927, 53, t.c.; Colonist [Victoria], 29 Sept. 1929, 1, 16-17, illus. & descrip.; R.A.I.C. Journal, v, Oct. 1928, 376-8, illus. & descrip.; vi, Nov. 1929, 408; M. Segger & D. Franklin, Victoria, 1979, 216-19, illus.; Victoria Heritage Foundation, This Old House: Victoria's Heritage Neighbourhoods, Vol. 4, 2009, 143-44, illus. & descrip.)

ELSEWHERE

MAYNE ISLAND, B.C., St. Mary's Anglican Church, 1898 (Canadian Churchman [Toronto], 19 May 1898, 316)
(with Wilson & Wetenhall) CALGARY, ALTA., Anglican Cathedral, 7th Avenue S.E., 1904-05 (Canadian Churchman [Toronto], 21 April 1904, 252, descrip.; Daily Herald [Calgary], 31 July 1905, 1 & 4, illus. & descrip.)
GOLDSTREAM, B.C., residence for James Phair, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 12 July 1905, 4, t.c.)
DUNCAN, B.C., St. John's Anglican Church, 1905 (Canadian Churchman [Toronto], 8 Feb. 1906, 99)
COWICHAN, B.C., St. Andrew's Church, 1906 (Canadian Churchman [Toronto], 8 March 1906, 167)
VERNON, B.C., All Saints Anglican Church, Mara Avenue, 1907; burned 1931; rebuilt 1932 to new design by Keith (Vernon News, 6 June 1907, 1, descrip.; 10 Nov. 1932, 10, illus. & descrip.; C.R., xlvi, 6 Jan. 1932, 44; Diamond Jubilee of All Saints Parish 1893-1953, 22, 24, illus.)
VERMILION, B.C., St. Saviour's Anglican Church, 1907 (History of St. Savior's Parish, Vermilion 1907-1962, 12, 14, illus.)
COQUITLAM, B.C., Hospital for the Insane, 1908 (Const., ii, Nov. 1908, 36; B.C., Sessional Papers, 1910, Public Accounts, 102)
SIDNEY, B.C., St. Andrew's Anglican Church, Third Street, 1910 (M. Segger & D. Franklin, Exploring Victoria's Architecture, 1996, 247, illus.)
SAANICH, B.C., Municipal Hall, West Saanich Road near Royal Oak Drive, 1911 (C.R., xxv, 22 March 1911, 54; M. Segger & D. Franklin, Exploring Victoria's Architecture, 1996, 257-8, illus.; Donald Luxton & Jennifer Barr, Saanich Heritage Structures, 2008, 121, illus. & descrip.)
SAANICH, B.C., St. Martin's Anglican Church, Obed Avenue, 1926 (Donald Luxton & Jennifer Barr, Saanich Heritage Structures, 2008, 198, illus. & descrip.)
NANAIMO, B.C., St. Paul's Anglican Church, Chapel Street near Church Street, 1931-32; Sunday School Building for the church, 1934-35 (Nanaimo Free Press, 29 Oct. 1930, 1, descrip.; 25 Jan. 1932, 1, descrip.; 26 Oct. 1934, 1, descrip.; A. Hendy, St. Paul's Church Nanaimo 1859-1952, 30, illus.; dwgs. at Anglican Synod Archives, Victoria)