Ewart, Alexander Charles

EWART, Alexander Charles (1854-1916)
(biography in preparation)

A.C. EWART (works in Oregon)

ROSEBURG, ORE., a public school, 1889 (Corvallis Gazette, 19 April 1889, 2)
CORVALLIS, ORE., a new public school, 1889 (Corvallis Gazette, 13 Sept. 1889, 3; 6 Dec. 1889, 4)
CORVALLIS, ORE., a large residence for Dr. Bailey, of Newport, Ore., on his property near Olsson's Addition, 1890 (Corvallis Gazette, 4 July 1890, 4, descrip.)
CORVALLIS, ORE., a seven room residence for Mrs. Alex Smith "...in the southern part of the city" of Corvallis, 1891 (Corvallis Gazette, 27 March 1891, 1)

SCHROEDER & EWART

(works in Victoria unless noted)

OAK BAY AVENUE, residence for Mrs. Eliza Miller, 1893 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 27 April 1893, 1, t.c.)
CENTRAL SCHOOL, School Street, two brick toilet buildings, 1893 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 30 July 1893, 1, t.c.)

A.C. EWART

(works in Victoria unless noted)

PANDORA STREET [now Begbie Street], residence for the architect, 1892 (Victoria Heritage Foundation, This Old House: Victoria's Heritage Neighbourhoods, Vol. 1, 2013, 26-7, illus. & descrip.)
BEACON STREET, at St. Andrew's Street, residence for J.A. Lawrence, 1893 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 29 Oct. 1893, 1, t.c.)
CENTRAL SCHOOL, School Street, Pemberton Gymnasium, 1894 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 19 March 1894, 5, descrip.; 31 March 1894, 1, t.c.)
DUNCAN, B.C., Independent Order of Foresters, 1894 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 12 Aug. 1894, 1, t.c.)
BELLEVILLE STREET, residence for William J. Pendray, 1895 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 12 May 1895, 1, t.c.)
WHARF STREET, warehouse for the Yates Estate, 1896 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 20 May 1896, 5; 11 July 1896, 1, t.c.; C.R., vii, 13 Aug. 1896, 2; C.A.B., x, Feb. 1897, 39)
LEISER BUILDING, Yates Street at Waddington Alley, for Simon Leiser, 1896 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 9 June 1896, 1, t.c.; M. Segger & D. Franklin, Exploring Victoria's Architecture, 1996, 54, illus.)
PARK STREET, residence for Anton Henderson, 1897 (Victoria Heritage Foundation, This Old House: Victoria's Heritage Neighbourhoods, Vol. 4, 2009, 113-14, illus. & descrip.)
NELSON, B.C., McKillop Block, Baker Street, 1897-98 (B.C., Nelson: A Proposal for Urban Heritage Conservation, 1981, 95, 116, illus.)
NELSON, B.C., Elliot Block, Baker Street, 1897 (B.C., Nelson: A Proposal for Urban Heritage Conservation, 1981, 95)
NELSON, B.C., Applewhaite Block, Baker Street at Josephine Street, 1897 (B.C., Nelson: A Proposal for Urban Heritage Conservation, 1981, 95)
NELSON, B.C., Turner-Boeckh Block, Baker Street, 1897 (B.C., Nelson: A Proposal for Urban Heritage Conservation, 1981, 95)
NELSON, B.C., residence for Judge John A. Forin, Cedar Street, 1897 (B.C., Nelson: A Proposal for Urban Heritage Conservation, 1981, 95, 145, illus. & descrip.)
NELSON, B.C., Hume Hotel, Vernon Street at Ward Street, 1897 (C.R., viii, 1 July 1897, 2; Vancouver Daily World, 19 July 1897, 4, t.c.)
BRITISH AMERICAN PAINT CO., Humboldt Street, factory, 1899 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 29 June 1899, 5; 18 July 1899, 2, t.c.)
McGREGOR BLOCK, Broad Street at View Street, for P.C. MacGregor, 1899-1900 (Daily Colonist [Victoria], 29 June 1899, 5; 7 Feb. 1900, 5; 23 Feb. 1900, 5, t.c.)

EWART & CARRIE

(works in Nelson, B.C. unless noted)

McKILLOP BLOCK, Baker Street, a two storey brick block for Alexander S. McKillop, 1897 (Nelson Economist, 11 Aug. 1897, 6)
ELLIOT BLOCK, Baker Street at Stanley Street, a two storey brick block for John Elliott, 1897 (Nelson Economist, 11 Aug. 1897, 6)
BAKER STREET, at Kootenay Street, store and office for E.H. Applewhaite, 1897 (Nelson Economist, 11 Aug. 1897, 6)
HOTEL HUME, Ward Street at Vernon Street, for Horace D. Hume, 1897 (Nelson Economist, 11 Aug. 1897, 6)
BROKEN HILL MINING & DEVELOPMENT BLOCK, Baker Street at Ward Street, 1897 (Nelson Economist, 11 Aug. 1897, 6; B.C., Nelson: A Proposal for Urban Heritage Conservation, 1981, 95)
TURNER & BOECKH BLOCK, Baker Street at Ward Street, 1897 (Nelson Economist, 11 Aug. 1897, 6)
BAKER STREET, residence for Judge John A. Forin, at the northeast end of the street, 1897 (Nelson Economist, 11 Aug. 1897, 6)
LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO., Baker Street, 1898 (Tribune [Nelson], 7 May 1898, 4; B.C., Nelson: A Proposal for Urban Heritage Conservation, 1981, 95, 117, illus.)
KASLO, B.C., City Hall & Court House, 1898 (Kaslo Morning News, 4 June 1898, 1, descrip.; 26 June 1898, 1; C.R., ix, 27 July 1898, 1; Parks Canada, Town Halls of Canada, 1987, 147, 313, illus.)
BAPTIST CHURCH, Stanley Street, 1898; demol. (Nelson Economist, 18 May 1898, 7, descrip.; Miner [Nelson], 19 May 1898, 3)
LAKE STREET, near Park Street, residence for E.C. Traves, 1898 (Miner [Nelson], 11 June 1898, 3)
LAND REGISTRY OFFICE, Vernon Street at Stanley Street, 1898-99 (Daily Tribune [Nelson], 17 Sept. 1898, 4; B.C., Nelson: A Proposal for Urban Heritage Conservation, 1981, 95)
VERNON STREET, near Kootenay Street, residence for Mr. McKay, 1899 (Miner [Nelson], 24 March 1899, 4)
SILICA STREET, residence for J. Dover, 1899 (Daily Tribune [Nelson], 24 March 1899, 3)
SILICA STREET, at Hendryx Street, residence for W.W. Beer, 1899 (Daily Tribune [Nelson], 19 May 1899, 4)
TOWN HALL & FIRE HALL, Josephine Street, 1899 (Nelson Economist, 24 May 1899, 2, descrip.). Note: This Town Hall should not be confused with the current Nelson Town Hall, located at 502 Vernon Street, and originally built in 1902 as the Nelson Post Office Building for the federal Dept. of Public Works.
KOOTENAY STREET, at Victoria Street, manse for Rev. Robert Frew, adjoining St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, 1899 (Daily Tribune [Nelson], 7 June 1899, 4)
CENTRAL SCHOOL, Mill Street near Stanley Street, 1899; demol. (Daily Tribune [Nelson], 12 June 1899, 3; B.C. Sessional Papers, Public Accounts, 1900, 117)
KOOTENAY LAKE GENERAL HOSPITAL, major addition, 1899; demol. (Daily Tribune [Nelson], 4 Aug. 1899, 1)
MALONE & TREGILLUS BLOCK, 1899 (Daily Tribune [Nelson], 6 Oct. 1899, 4)
HALL BLOCK, for Dr. Hall, 1899 (Daily Tribune [Nelson], 6 Oct. 1899, 4)
CARBONATE STREET, near Hall Street, residence for George A. Hunter, 1899 (Daily Tribune [Nelson], 12 Oct. 1899)
LAKE STREET near Park Street, residence for Mrs. D.T. Morice, 1899 (Daily Tribune [Nelson], 16 Oct. 1899, 4)
A.McDONALD & CO., Front Street at Hall Street, warehouse, 1899 (Daily Tribune [Nelson], 7 Dec. 1899, 4; C.R., x, 20 Dec. 1899, 2)
WAVERLY HOTEL, major addition, 1899; demol. (Daily Tribune [Nelson], 13 Dec. 1899, 4)
J. Y. GRIFFIN & CO., Front Street, warehouse, 1899 (Daily Tribune [Nelson], 30 Dec. 1899, 5)
YMIR, B.C., Public School, 1899 (B.C., Sessional Papers, 1900, Public Accounts, 118)
McCULLOUGH BLOCK, Baker Street, 1900; demol. c. 1912 (Daily Tribune [Nelson], 19 April 1900, 4; B.C., Nelson: A Proposal for Urban Heritage Conservation, 1981, 95)
TREMONT BLOCK, Baker Street, 1899 (B.C., Nelson: A Proposal for Urban Heritage Conservation, 1981, 100, illus.)
EMMANUEL CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Stanley Street at Silica Street, 1900 (Daily Tribune [Nelson], 22 June 1900, 1; C.R., xi, 11 July 1900, 2; B.C., Nelson: A Proposal for Urban Heritage Conservation, 1981, 163, illus.)
PARK STREET, residence for A. Minty, 1900 (Daily Tribune [Nelson], 11 Sept. 1900, 4)
VICTORIA STREET, two houses for Mr. J. McLeod, 1900 (Daily Tribune [Nelson], 25 Sept. 1900, 4)
LATIMER STREET, residence for Jacob Wheeler, 1900 (Daily Tribune [Nelson],28 Nov. 1900, 4)
CARBONATE STREET, residence for R.W. Hannington, 1900 (Daily Tribune [Nelson], 17 Dec. 1900, 1)
BRACKMAN KERR MILLING CO., Front Street, 1900 (Daily Tribune [Nelson], 17 Dec. 1900, 1)
VERNON STREET, residence for W.J. McNabb, 1900 (Daily Tribune [Nelson], 17 Dec. 1900, 1)
KIRKPATRICK, WILSON & CLEMENTS BLOCK, Baker Street, 1900-01 (C.R., xi, 18 July 1900, 4; B.C., Nelson: A Proposal for Urban Heritage Conservation, 1981, 118, illus.)
KOKANEE, B.C., residence at the ranch for Charles W. Busk, 1901 (Daily Tribune [Nelson], 13 March 1901, 4)
GOAT RIVER, B.C., B.C. Government Building, 1901 (B.C., Sessional Papers, 1902, Public Accounts, 381)

A.C. EWART

PHOENIX, B.C., Congregational Church, Grey Eagle Avenue, for Rev. D.H. Reid, 1901 (Phoenix Pioneer, 28 Sept. 1901, 1; Vancouver Daily World, 12 Oct. 1901, 12)
ASHNOLA, B.C., a group of twenty cottages for employees of the Similkameen Mining Co., 1901-02 (Vancouver Daily World, 2 Dec. 1901, 1; 17 Jan. 1902, 4, descrip. in advert.)
ASHNOLA, B.C., The Ashnola Hotel, 1901 (Vancouver Daily World, 2 Dec. 1901, 1)

A.C. EWART (works in Oregon)

CORVALLIS, ORE. a new public school for S.S. No. 9, 1903 (Corvallis Gazette, 4 Aug. 1903, 3, descrip.; 24 Nov. 1903, 3)
PORTLAND, ORE., The Buck Apartments, Flanders Street at 21st. Avenue, for Dr. Louis Buck, 1907 (Oregon Daily Journal [Portland], 14 Sept. 1907, 14, descrip.; 5 Oct. 1907, 5)
PORTLAND, ORE., The Highland Court Apartments, Glisan Street at 22nd Avenue, c. 1908 (Oregon Daily Journal [Portland], 10 Jan. 1916, 11, list of works in obituary article for A.C. Ewart)
PORTLAND, ORE., two detached houses, corner of East 30th Street at East Alder Street, for an unnamed owner, 1907-08 (Oregon Daily Journal [Portland], 28 Dec. 1907, 7)
ALBANY, ORE., large residence for John H. Simpson, 1908 (Albany Democrat, 3 April 1908, 5, descrip.)
PORTLAND, ORE., apartment house and tenements for M. Palley, East 7th Street at East Taylor Street, 1910 (Oregon Daily Journal [Portland], 8 May 1910, Section Two, 8, descrip.)
PORTLAND, ORE., a three storey brick apartment block for George A. Housman, Hoyt Street near 22nd Avenue, 1910-11 (Oregon Daily Journal [Portland], 13 Nov. 1910, Section Two, 9, descrip.)