Green, Lawrence John

GREEN, Lawrence John (1899-1969)
(biography in preparation)

The Winnipeg Architecture Foundation has published an illustrated monograph on the works by Green, Blankstein & Russell in 2017. Written by Jeffrey Thorsteinson & Brennan Smith, this publication is entitled Green Blankstein Russell & Associates: An Architectural Legacy, and illustrations of buildings listed below are cited as "Monograph, 2017", followed by the relevant page number.

GREEN BLANKSTEIN RUSSELL & HAM

(works in Winnipeg unless noted)

FLIN FLON, MAN., Northland Theatre, Main Street, 1932-33 (Monograph, 2017, 31, illus.)
FOX THEATRE, Main Street, extensive alterations and remodelling of the old Columbia Theatre, for Sam Weiner, 1934 (Winnipeg Tribune, 24 Nov. 1934, 26, descrip.)
A. & M. HURTIG FURS CO., Portage Avenue near Garry Street, 1934 (Monograph, 2017, 32, illus.)
ST. BONIFACE, Sisters of Charity Roman Catholic Provincial House, Tache Avenue at Despins Street, 1934
WINNIPEG HYDRO ELECTRIC APPLIANCE SHOWROOM, in the Boyd Building, Portage Avenue, 1935 (Winnipeg Tribune, 3 June 1935, 9)
CALGARY, ALTA., Tivoli Theatre, 4th Street West at 21st Avenue, 1936 (C.R., vol. 50, 15 July 1936, 31; Tim Morawetz, Art Deco Architecture Across Canada, 2017, 255, illus. & descrip., Monograph, 2017, 30, illus.)
KING EDWARD HOSPITAL, Morley Avenue, two major additions, and alterations to existing hospital, 1937 (Winnipeg Tribune, 8 May 1937, 6; 22 May 1937, 9)
REGINA, SASK., new studios for Radio Station CKCK, and addition of transmission station at Boggy Creek, 1937 (Winnipeg Tribune, 29 May 1937, 6)
ST. BONIFACE HOME FOR THE AGED & INFIRM, for the Sisters of Charity, Tache Avenue near Despins Street, major addition, 1937 (Winnipeg Tribune, 3 July 1937, 11, descrip.; C.R., vol. 50, 7 July 1937, 37; R.A.I.C. Journal, xv, Jan. 1938, 294; Monograph, 2017, 35,illus.)
FILM EXCHANGE BUILDING, also called the CINEMA CENTRE BUILDING, Colony Street near Memorial Boulevard, 1937 (Winnipeg Tribune, 11 June 1937, 23, descrip.; 20 Nov. 1937, 6, illus.; C.R., vol. 50, 21 July 1937, 36; R.A.I.C. Journal, xv, Jan. 1938, 294; Monograph, 2017, 34, illus.)
PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, MAN., Mayfair Hotel, Saskatchewan Avenue East, for George Hill, 1937; burned c. 1980 (Winnipeg Tribune, 25 Sept. 1937, 7, descrip.; C.R., vol. 50, 25 Aug. 1937, 39; Monograph, 2017, 34, illus.)
PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE, MAN., Elite Theatre, Saskatchewan Avenue East, for A.E. Mellen, 1938; demol. c. 1985 (Winnipeg Tribune, 21 May 1938, 24)
SPERRY CORSET SHOP, Graham Avenue at Vaughan Street, 1937-38; demol. (Winnipeg Tribune, 22 Jan. 1938, 14, illus. in advert.)
LELAND MOVIE THEATRE, Selkirk Avenue, new facade and extensive alterations, 1938 (Winnipeg Tribune, 26 Feb. 1938, 20, descrip.)
COLONY HOTEL, Portage Avenue at Colony Street, for Lawrence & Freedman, 1938 (Winnipeg Tribune, 17 Dec. 1937, 7, descrip.; 10 May 1938, 10, illus. & descrip.; R.A.I.C. Journal, xvi, March 1939, 69; Building in Canada, Spring 1940, 8; Monograph, 2017, 34, illus.)
ST. NORBERT ROMAN CATHOLIC CONVENT, St. Pierre Street, major addition to the convent, for the Sisters of Charity, 1938 (Winnipeg Tribune, 14 May 1938, 9; R.A.I.C. Journal, XV, April 1938, 101; Winnipeg, 1986-The Year Past, 1988, 61-2, illus.)
ST. BONIFACE ROMAN CATHOLIC HOSPITAL, Tache Avenue at Dollard Boulevard, Out-Patient Building, 1938 (Winnipeg Tribune, 7 May 1938, 22, descrip.; 14 May 1938, 9; C.R., li, 15 June 1938, 44; R.A.I.C. Journal, xxi, Aug. 1944, 180-81, illus. & descrip.)
UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA, Home Economics Building, on the Fort Garry campus, 1938 (Winnipeg Tribune, 20 Aug. 1938, 18)
(with Rule & Wynn) EDMONTON, ALTA., Dreamland Theatre, Japser Avenue, 1938 (R.A.I.C. Journal, xv, Sept. 1938, 211)
YELLOWKNIFE, N.W.T., a log theatre, 1938 (R.A.I.C. Journal, xv, April 1938, 101)
ST. ROSE DU LAC, MAN., Grey Nuns Roman Catholic Hospital, 1937-39 (Winnipeg Tribune, 24 July 1937, 7, descrip.; C.R., li, 26 Oct. 1938, 41)
FORT GARRY BREWING LTD., Furby Street near Notre Dame Street, brewery, 1939-40 (C.R., lii, 29 Nov. 1939, 36)
(with Storey & Van Egmond) REGINA, SASK., Rex Theatre, Hamilton Street, 1939 (Leader Post [Regina], 23 March 1939, 9, illus & descrip.; Monograph, 2017, 31, illus.)
SOUTH DRIVE, Fort Garry, residence for A. Lloyd Clark, 1942 (Monograph, 2017, 41, illus.)

GREEN, BLANKSTEIN & RUSSELL

(works in Winnipeg unless noted)

DIGBY, N.S., Nurses' Home, 1944
BRANDON, MAN., McKenzie Seed Warehouse, 1944 (Monograph, 2017, 47, illus.)
MOORE BUSINESS FORMS LTD., Erin Street near Wolever Avenue, 1944
FORT WILLIAM, ONT., major addition to Chapples Furniture Co., Victoria Avenue at Archibald Street, 1946; demol. (C.R., lix, Sept. 1946, 142; Monograph, 2017, 63, illus. & descrip.)
FORT GARRY, a large tract of 330 detached houses for a housing development at Wildwood Park, 1946 (Winnipeg Tribune, 16 Feb. 1946, 21, descrip.; Monograph, 2017, 48-52, illus. & descrip.)
ASH STREET, residence for Nathan Jacob, 1946
OXFORD STREET, residence for Henry Smith, 1946 (Monograph, 2017, 58, illus.)
GLENDALE COUNTRY CLUB, Augier Avenue, 1947 (Monograph, 2017, 69, illus.)
WILTON STREET, residence for the architect G. Leslie Russell, 1947-48 (Winnipeg Tribune, 16 Oct. 1948, 14, descrip.)
NORTH BATTLEFORD, SASK., Paramount Theatre, 1947 (Monograph, 2017, 67, illus.)
MALL MEDICAL BUILDING, Memorial Boulevard at St. Mary Avenue, 1947 (R.A.I.C. Journal, xxvii, Feb. 1950, 47, illus. in advert.; Monograph, 2017, 63, illus. & descrip.)
GAIETY THEATRE, Portage Avenue, extensive alterations and remodelling, with new facade, marquee and signage, 1948 (Winnipeg Tribune, 31 July 1948, 5, illus. & descrip.)
HOLLINSWORTH FURS LTD., Portage Avenue near Edmonton Street, retail store, 1948 (Winnipeg Tribune, 24 April 1948, 5, descrip.; R.A.I.C. Journal, xxv, Aug. 1948, 276, illus.; Monograph, 2017, 65, illus.)
PORTAGE AVENUE, at Hargrave Street, offices for the architects located within The Time Building, c. 1948 (R.A.I.C. Journal, xxv, Oct. 1948, 382, illus.)
ACADEMY ROAD, residence for the architect Cecil N. Blankstein, 1948 (Winnipeg Tribune, 16 Oct. 1948, 14, descrip.; Monograph, 2017, 59, illus.)
UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA, Pembina Highway, outdoor Stadium, and a major addition to the Engineering Building, 1948; demol.; addition to Horticultural Building, 1949; Student Union Building & Athletic Centre, 1949-50; Library, 1951-52 (C.R., lxi, Feb 1948, 168; June 1948, 163; lxii, Sept. 1949, 160; lxii, May 1950, 138; Winnipeg Tribune, 26 April 1948, 4, descrip.; 16 Sept. 1949, 22, t.c.; Monograph, 2017, 79-81, illus.)
OGILVIE FLOUR MILLS, Higgins Avenue, warehouse, 1948; office building, 1949-50 (C.R., lxi, April 1948, 148; lxii, Dec. 1949, 92; Monograph, 2017, 76, illus.)
BOREBANK STREET, near Corydon Avenue, four houses at 487-493 Borebank Street, 1948
SHAAREY ZEDEK SYNAGOGUE, Wellington Crescent at Academy Road, near Maryland Bridge, 1948-49 (Winnipeg Tribune, 20 Oct. 1948, 9, illus. & descrip.; 6 June 1949, 15, illus. & descrip.; Monograph, 2017, 77, illus. & descrip.)
GARRICK THEATRE, Garry Street, extensive alterations and remodelling, with new facade and signage, 1949 (Winnipeg Tribune, 26 July 1949, 5, illus.)
WINNIPEG STADIUM, St. Matthews Avenue at Empress Street, 1949-50; demol. (C.R., xlii, April 1949, 157; Monograph, 2017, 69, illus.)
EDMONTON, ALTA., Walter Woods Ltd., 105th Street near 103 Avenue, 1949-50 (C.R., lxii, Dec. 1949, 91-2)
CANADIAN FAIRBANKS MORSE CO., Garry Street, office and warehouse, 1949-50 (C.R., lxii, Dec. 1949, 91; Monograph, 2017, 72, illus. & descrip.)
LETHBRIDGE, ALTA., Paramount Theatre, 4th Avenue at 8th Street South, 1949-50 (C.R., xlxii, Sept. 1949, 162; Lethbridge Modern: Aspects of Architectural Modernism in Lethbridge from 1945 to 1970, 2002, 12, illus.; Monograph, 2017, 67, illus.)
ERICKSON, MAN., hospital and Medical Nursing Unit, 1949 (Winnipeg Tribune, 8 Sept. 1949, 22, t.c.)
HAMIOTA, MAN., public Hospital, 1949 (C.R., lxii, Oct. 1949, 143; Monograph, 2017, 75, illus.)
KENORA, ONT., Paramount Theatre, 1949 (Winnipeg Tribune, 19 Aug. 1949, 7, t.c.; C.R., lxii, Oct. 1949, 146; Monograph, 2017, 67, illus.)
KIMBERLY, B.C., Kimberly Theatre, 1950
YOUNG MEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION, Hargrave Street, 1950; demol. (C.R., lxiii, Oct. 1950, 158; Monograph, 2017, 78, illus.)
KILDONAN, MAN., hotel for A.M. Tallman adjacent to Eldorado Drive-In Theatre, 1950 (C.R., lxiii, Nov. 1950, 122)
FORT FRANCES, ONT., major addition to La Verendrye Hospital for the Sisters of Charity, 1950-51 (C.R., lxiii, Dec. 1950, 106)
EDMONTON, ALTA., Paramount Theatre, Jasper Avenue, 1950-51 (C.R., lxiii, Dec. 1950, 109; Monograph, 2017, 66, illus.)
GREATER WINNIPEG WATER DISTRICT, office building, Ellice Avenue at Balmoral Street, 1950 (C.R., lxiii, Dec. 1950, 110; Monograph, 2017, 76, illus.)
CURTIS HOTEL, Henderson Highway, 1950 (Monograph, 2017, 75, illus.)