Dumaresq, James Charles Philip

DUMARESQ, James Charles Philip (1840-1906)
(biography in preparation)

A major collection of architectural drawings prepared by J.C. Dumaresq during the period from 1880 until 1906 can be found at the Public Archives of Nova Scotia in Halifax.

DUMARESQ & McVEAN

(works in Halifax, N.S.)

(all citations below from The Citizen [Halifax], 14 May 1872, 3)
HOLLIS STREET, at Morris Street, three houses for an unnamed client, 1872
MAITLAND STREET, house for Mrs. Doore, 1872
WILLOW PARK, two houses for Col. Hornsby, 1872
SMITH STREET, near Freshwater, pair of houses for Mr. Quilty, 1872
QUINPOOL ROAD, four houses for Mr. Sampson, 1872
TOWER ROAD, residence for Mr. Coombs, 1872
PLEASANT STREET, at Morris Street, residence for Thomas Tuffts, 1872
CUNARD STREET, residence for A.A. Bliss, 1872
RUSSELL STREET, two houses for John Brown, 1872
BEDFORD ROAD, hotel 'at the Prince's Lodge' overlooking Bedford Basin, 1872 (descrip.)
BAPTIST CHURCH, Queen Street at Spring Garden Road, 1872 (descrip.)

DUMARESQ & DEWAR

(works in Saint John, N.B.)

BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA, Prince William Street, 1877 (Daily Telegraph [Saint John], 28 Aug. 1877, 1, descrip.; Daily News [Saint John], 10 Sept. 1877, 3, descrip.; Morning Freeman [Saint John], 24 Sept. 1877, 2, descrip.)
WARD STREET, through to Water Street, commercial block for W.W. Turnbull, 1877 (Daily Telegraph [Saint John], 10 Sept. 1877, 2, t.c.; Daily News [Saint John], 24 Nov. 1877, 3)
GERMAIN STREET BAPTIST CHURCH, Germain Street at Queen Street, 1877-78 (Daily News [Saint John], 10 Sept. 1877, 3, descrip.; 18 Dec. 1877, 3; 12 Aug. 1878, 3, descrip.)
THE PALACE DEPARTMENT STORE, King Street near Canterbury Street, for James Manson, 1877 (Morning Freeman [Saint John], 29 Sept. 1877, 3, descrip.; Daily News [Saint John], 26 Nov. 1877, 3)
PRINCE WILLIAM STREET, commercial block for William Blizard, 1877 (Daily News [Saint John], 29 Nov. 1877, 3)
PRINCE WILLIAM STREET, commercial block for William M. Jarvis, 1877 (Daily News [Saint John], 29 Nov. 1877, 3)
LEINSTER STREET, commercial block for A.W. Masters, 1877 (Daily News [Saint John], 11 Dec. 1877, 2)
PRINCESS STREET, at Prince William Street, commercial block for Alex Barnhill, 1877 (Daily News [Saint John], 13 Dec. 1877, 3)
PRINCESS STREET, near Pitt Street, residence for Mrs. Ellen B. Smith, 1877 (Daily News [Saint John], 13 Dec. 1877, 3)

J.C. DUMARESQ

(works in Halifax unless noted)

Institutional Works

(with Charles O. Wickenden) WOLFVILLE, N.S., Acadia College (now Acadia University), Main Hall, 1878; Ladies Seminary, 1891 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 12 July 1878, 1, descrip.; 2 Sept. 1891, 2, t.c.)
SAINT JOHN, N.B., Prince William Street Arch, erected for the tour of the Marquis of Lorne and Princess Louise, 1879 (Daily Sun [Saint John], 1 Aug. 1879, 3, descrip.)
FREDERICTON, N.B., New Brunswick Legislative Building, Queen Street at St. John Street, 1880-82 (New Brunswick Reporter [Fredericton], 15 Feb. 1882, 2, descrip.; C. Cameron & J. Wright, Second Empire Style in Canadian Architecture, 1980, 70-1, illus.; James W. Macnutt, Building for Democracy, 2010, 82-118, 126-27, illus. & descrip.presentation folio of drawings at the Legislative Library, Fredericton; dwgs. at PANS)
SYDNEY, N.S., Sydney Academy, George Street, 1881; demol. (Saint John Globe, 17 Jan. 1881, 2)
SAINT JOHN, N.B., Academy of Music, Union Street, on the site of Dockrill Hall, designed 1883; built 1889-91; burned 1959 (Daily Sun [Saint John], 22 Oct. 1883, 3, descrip.; 11 March 1884, 3, descrip.; 20 Aug. 1888, 3, descrip.; G. Hughes, Music of the Eye, 1991, 93-5, illus.; dwgs. at PANB, Mott Coll. 360)
(with H.H. Mott) FREDERICTON, N.B., Charlotte Street School, 1884 (Saint John Globe, 23 April 1884, 2; dwgs. at PANB, Mott Coll. 274)
HOME FOR FRIENDLESS WOMEN, Brunswick Street, additions and alterations, 1886 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 13 Sept. 1886, 3)
BLOOMFIELD SCHOOL, Bloomfield Street, 1886 (Report of the Board of School Commissioners for Halifax, 1887, 111)
COMPTON AVENUE SCHOOL, additions and alterations, 1886 (Report of the Board of School Commissioners for Halifax, 1887, 111)
LE MARCHANT SCHOOL, LeMarchant Street, 1886 (Report of the Board of School Commissioners for Halifax, 1887, 111)
DALHOUSIE COLLEGE (now Dalhousie University), Morris Street at Robie Street, 1887-88 (Acadian Recorder [Halifax], 27 April 1887, 3; Daily Sun [Saint John], 15 Sept. 1887, 1, illus. & descrip.)
HALIFAX LADIES COLLEGE, Pleasant Street, 1888 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 21 May 1888, 2, t.c.)
BADDECK, N.S., Victoria County Court House, Chebucto Street, 1888-89 (Halifax Herald, 20 July 1888, 1, t.c.)
CANSO, N.S., School House, 1889 (dwgs. in PANS)
ST. MARY'S YOUNG MEN'S TOTAL ABSTINENCE & BENEVOLENT SOCIETY, Barrington Street, 1889 (E. Pacey, Historic Halifax, 1988, 88-90; dwgs. at PANS)
HALIFAX SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND, Morris Street at South Park Street, East Wing, 1890; West Wing, 1896; addition 1902 (Halifax Herald, 10 May 1890, 2, t.c.; 20 March 1896, 4, t.c.; 3 April 1896, 8, descrip.; 18 April 1902, 10, t.c.; dwgs. at PANS)
ALEXANDRIA SCHOOL, Brunswick Street, 1890 (Halifax, Report of the Board of School Commissioners, 1892-93, 53; dwgs. at PANS)
IMMIGRATION BUILDING, at the Deepwater Terminus, 1890 (Canada, Sessional Papers, 1891, Report of the Chief Architect, 28)
ST. JOSEPH'S ORPHANAGE, Quinpool Road, 1891 (dwgs. at PANS)
WINDSOR, N.S., 'Edgehill', the Church School for Girls, 1891 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 6 June 1891, 3; 25 June 1891, 2)
FREDERICTON, N.B., High School, York Street at George Street, 1891-92 (Saint John Daily Sun, 16 May 1891, 1, descrip.; Halifax Herald, 28 Feb. 1893, 8, descrip.; dwgs. at PANB, MC 300)
(with H.H. Mott) NEWCASTLE, N.B., Harkins Academy, 1893 (Halifax Herald, 14 July 1893, 4, t.c.; dwgs. at PANB, Mott Coll. 479B)
SACKVILLE, N.B., Mount Allison University, Men's Student Residence, 1893-94; burned June 1899 (Chignecto Post [Sackville], 16 Nov. 1893, 3; J. Leroux & T. Holownia, Vision in Wood & Stone: The Architecture of Mount Allison University, 2016, 49-51, illus. & descrip.) )
NEWCASTLE, N.B., St. Mary's Roman Catholic Convent, 1894 (C.R., iv, 22 Feb. 1894, 1; dwgs. at PANB, Mott Coll. 677)
DEAF & DUMB INSTITUTE, Gottingen Street, 1894-95 (Morning Herald [Halifax], 25 Oct. 1894, 8, descrip.; Halifax Herald, 30 April 1895, 6, illus.; 28 Jan. 1896, 8, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at PANS)
HALIFAX INFIRMARY, Barrington Street at Blowers Street, 1895; 1901 (Morning Herald [Halifax], 6 Dec. 1894, 6; 30 Jan. 1895, 5, descrip.; dwgs. at PANS)
SPRINGHILL, N.S., Young Men's Christian Association, 1895 (C.R., v, 17 Jan. 1895, 1)
ANTIGONISH, N.S., St. Francis Xavier College, major addition, 1895 (Halifax Herald, 28 March 1895, 6, t.c.; Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 6 Feb. 1896, 5, descrip.; dwgs. at PANS)
POINT PLEASANT PARK, Keeper's Lodge, 1896 (Halifax Herald, 23 April 1896, 2, descrip.; 16 June 1896, 5, t.c.; Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 21 Nov. 1896, 6)
CAMPBELLTON, N.B., Academy School, 1896 (Halifax Herald, 28 Aug. 1896, 4, t.c.; Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 21 Nov. 1896, 6)
MEMRAMCOOK, N.B., St. Joseph's College, Lefebvre Memorial Hall with classrooms, museum and assembly hall, 1896 (Halifax Herald, 26 Dec. 1895, 8; Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 21 Nov. 1896, 6)
MONCTON, N.B., Aberdeen High School, Botsford Street, 1897; burned 1915 (Evening Mail [Halifax], 23 July 1897, 6, descrip.; Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 24 July 1897, 4, t.c.; Daily Times [Moncton], 29 Aug. 1898, 1, illus. & descrip.)
PINE HILL PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE, Francklyn Street, Library Building, 1898 (Halifax Herald, 25 April 1898, 6, t.c.; 26 April 1899, 1, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at PANS)
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL, N.S., County Academy, 1899; burned 1939 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 6 May 1899, 5; Annapolis Spectator, 30 June 1899, 2, t.c.)
INFANT'S HOME, Tower Road at Inglis Street, 1899 (C.R., x, 19 July 1899, 3; dwgs. at PANS)

Ecclesiastical Works

BILLTOWN, KINGS COUNTY, N.S., Baptist Church, 1872 (Halifax Evening Reporter, 18 Jan. 1872, 2)
TRURO, N.S., West Truro Presbyterian Church, 1879 (Daily Sun [Saint John], 14 Jan. 1880, 3)
FREDERICTON, N.B., Calvary Baptist Church, Brunswick Street at York Street, major additions and improvements, 1881; burned March 1882; rebuilt (New Brunswick Reporter [Fredericton], 6 April 1881, 3)
FREDERICTON, N.B., Anglican Church Hall, Brunswick Street at Carleton Street, 1881 (Daily Sun [Saint John], 14 Oct. 1881, 3)
FREDERICTON, N.B., St. Paul's Presbyterian Church, George Street at York Street, 1882 (New Brunswick Reporter [Fredericton], 14 Dec. 1881, 2; 10 June 1882, 3)
HAMPTON, N.B., Baptist Church, 1882 (Daily Evening News [Saint John], 18 Feb. 1882, 2)
GRAND FALLS, N.B., Assumption Roman Catholic Church, 1882 (Daily Evening News [Saint John], 5 April 1882, 2; dwgs. at PANS)
POPLAR GROVE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, North Park Street, 1883 (Citizen [Halifax], 3 Sept. 1883, 2; History of Saint John's United Church Halifax 1793-1975, 24, 27, illus.)
CALAIS, MAINE, Second Baptist Church, 1883 (Daily Sun [Saint John], 3 May 1883, 2)
GREAT VILLAGE, N.S., St. James Presbyterian Church, 1883 (Halifax Herald, 9 June 1883, 2, descrip.; Daily Sun [Saint John], 9 July 1883, 3; E. Pacey, More Stately Mansions, 1983, 122-5, illus. & descrip.)
SAINT JOHN, N.B., St. John's Presbyterian Church, King Street at Carmarthen Street, extensive alterations and remodelling, 1884 (Daily Sun [Saint John], 3 March 1884, 3, descrip.)
SAINT JOHN, N.B., St. James Anglican Church, Main Street, addition of a Sunday School, 1884 (Saint John Globe, 8 April 1884, 2, descrip.)
(with H.H. Mott) CHATHAM, N.B., St. Luke's Methodist Church, 1885-86 (dwgs. at PANB, Mott Coll. 350)
(with H.H. Mott) SILVER FALLS, N.B., Methodist Church, 1886 (Daily Sun [Saint John], 19 Feb. 1886, 3, descrip.)
HAMPTON STATION, N.B., Baptist Church, 1888 (dwgs. at PANB, Mott Coll. 334)
YARMOUTH, N.S., St. Ambrose Roman Catholic Cathedral, Albert Street, 1889 (l'Evangeline [Weymouth], 9 Oct. 1890, 2, descrip.; E. Pacey, More Stately Mansions, 1983, 140-4, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at PANS)
ST. MARY'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL, Glebe House, Barrington Street at Spring Garden Road, 1890 (dwgs. at PANS)
GOOD SHEPHERD MONASTERY, Quinpool Road, 1890, 1892 (Halifax Herald, 29 Sept. 1890, 3; dwgs. at PANS)
AMHERST, N.S., St. Charles Roman Catholic Church, Church Street, 1891-93 (Catholic Record [London], 13 May 1893, 1, 5, descrip.)
SPRINGHILL, N.S., St. John's Roman Catholic Church, Chapel Street, c. 1894; interior completed 1902 (C.R., ii, 22 Aug. 1891, 2; v, 14 June 1894, 1; Halifax Herald, 16 Sept. 1902, 5, t.c.)
TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH, Brunswick Street, 1891-92 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 18 Sept. 1891, 2, t.c.; Halifax Herald, 7 Oct. 1892, 3, descrip.)
(with H.H. Mott) ST. JOHN'S, NFLD., Gower Street Methodist Church, 1892-93 (dwgs. at PANS)
(with H.H. Mott) FAIRVILLE, N.B., Methodist Church, 1892 (dwgs. at PANB, Mott Coll. 375) (with H.H. Mott) MIDDLETON, N.S., Baptist Church & Sunday School, 1893 (Halifax Herald, 13 July 1893, 8)
AMHERST, N.S., Baptist Church, 1893 (C.R., iv, 16 March 1893, 2)
THEOLOGICAL COLLEGE & HOLY HEART CHAPEL, Quinpool Road, 1894 (Canadian Engineer, ii, May 1894, 26; C.A.B., viii, Jan. 1895, 11)
COBURG ROAD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, 1894 (Morning Herald [Halifax], 11 June 1894, 6)
NEWCASTLE, N.B., rectory for the Roman Catholic Church, 1894 (C.R., v, 12 July 1894, 1)
PEOPLE'S METHODIST CHURCH, Oxford Street at Quinpool Road, 1896-97 (Halifax Herald, 2 Sept. 1896, 4, t.c.; 7 Nov. 1896, 6, illus.; Evening Mail [Halifax], 20 Sept. 1897, 2, descrip. & illus.)
TRURO, N.S., Methodist Church, parish hall and alterations to the church, 1897 (C.R., viii, 4 March 1897, 1; Evening Mail [Halifax], 18 Oct. 1897, 7, descrip. & illus.)
NORTH SYDNEY, N.S., St. Matthew's Presbyterian Church, 1898 (Halifax Herald, 1 March 1898, 8; C.R., ix, 25 May 1898, 6)
WINDSOR, N.S., St. John's Roman Catholic Church and parsonage, 1898 (C.R., ix, 16 March 1898, 3)

Commercial & Industrial Works

SAINT JOHN, N.B., Turnbull & Co., warehouse beside the South Wharf, 1882 (Daily Sun [Saint John], 27 Sept. 1882, 3)
HALIFAX HOTEL, Hollis Street, major additions and alterations, 1886 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 23 Oct. 1886, 2)
NOVA SCOTIA TELEPHONE CO., Salter Street, 1891-92 (Halifax Herald, 7 Dec. 1891, 2, t.c.)
(with H.H. Mott) YARMOUTH, N.S., Grand Hotel, 1893 (Halifax Herald, 6 June 1893, 8, t.c.; dwgs. at PANB, Mott Coll. 567)
(with H.H. Mott) GEORGE M. SMITH & CO., Barrington Street, department store, 1893 (Halifax Herald, 16 Dec. 1893, 5, descrip.; E. Pacey, Historic Halifax, 1988, 92-3, illus.; dwgs. at PANS)
ARGYLE STREET, remodelling block for William J. Hopgood, 1894 (C.R., v, 10 May 1894, 1-2)
DUKE STREET, at Grafton Street, block for Matthew Scanlon, 1894 (C.R., v, 10 May 1894, 1-2)
NEWCASTLE, N.B., a hotel for an unnamed client, 1894 (C.R., v, 10 May 1894, 1)
CLAYTON & SONS, Jacob Street at Barrington Street, commercial block, 1894; additions 1896, 1898, 1903 (C.R., v, 12 July 1894, 1; Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 21 Nov. 1896, 6; 19 June 1897, 7, illus. & descrip.; Evening Mail [Halifax], 17 Dec. 1897, 6; C.R., xiii, 28 Jan. 1903, 4)
TRURO, N.S., commercial block for Black & Co., 1895 (C.R., v, 17 Jan. 1895, 1)
NEWCASTLE, N.B., Merchants Bank of Halifax, 1895 (C.R., v, 17 Jan. 1895, 1)
SPRINGHILL MINES, N.S., commercial block for W.E. Gilmore, 1895 (Halifax Herald, 22 Oct. 1895, 6)
PEOPLE'S STORE, Gottingen Street, for McPherson & Freeman, 1895-96 (Halifax Herald, 10 Sept. 1895, 6, descrip.; 14 April 1896, 3, illus. & descrip.)
WRIGHT BLOCK, Barrington Street, for George Wright, 1896 (Halifax Herald, 3 April 1896, 8, descrip.; E. Pacey, Historic Halifax, 1988, 94-6, illus.; dwgs. at PANS)
WINDSOR, N.S., commercial block for W.H. Mosher, 1896 (Halifax Herald, 10 April 1896, 3; Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 21 Nov. 1896, 6)
GLACE BAY, N.S., hotel for James P. Conway, 1896 (Halifax Herald, 17 April 1896, 6)
ST. PAUL'S BUILDING, Barrington Street at Prince Street, for George Wright, 1896 (C.R., vii, 25 June 1896, 1; dwgs. at PANS; E. Pacey, Historic Halifax, 1988, 102-03, illus.)
BARRINGTON STREET, stores and offices for James Ross, 1896 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 21 Nov. 1896, 6)
DARTMOUTH, N.S., Halifax Breweries Co., 1896 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 21 Nov. 1896, 6)
MONCTON, N.B., commercial block for W.D. Martin, Main Street at Lutz Street, 1896 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 21 Nov. 1896, 6)
CAMPBELLTON, N.B., Bank of Nova Scotia, 1896 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 21 Nov. 1896, 6)
SMITH & PROCTOR, Barrington Street, stores and apartments, 1896 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 21 Nov. 1896, 6)
FREDERICTON, N.B., commercial block for J. Clark & Son, York Street, 1897 (C.R., viii, 25 Feb. 1897, 2; dwgs. at PANB, Mott Coll. 702)
T.F. COURTNEY & CO., Brunswick Street at Jacob Street, commercial block, 1897 (Evening Mail [Halifax], 20 Aug. 1897, 1, descrip.; Halifax Herald, 21 Aug. 1897, 2, descrip.)
WINDSOR, N.S., Victoria Hotel, Water Street, 1897-98 (Hants Journal [Windsor], 8 June 1898, 3, descrip.; dwgs. at PANS)
WINDSOR, N.S., store and hall for A.P. Shand, 1898 (C.R., ix, 16 March 1898, 3)
WINDSOR, N.S., commercial block for C.H. Dimock, 1898 (C.R., ix, 25 May 1898, 6)
MONCTON, N.B., Merchants Bank, Main Street at Alma Street, 1898 (C.R., ix, 25 May 1898, 3; dwgs. at PANS)
MONCTON, N.B., commercial block for Peter McSweeney, Main Street near Downing Street, 1898 (C.R., ix, 25 May 1898, 3; xii, 3 July 1901, 2)
BRUNSWICK STREET, at Jacob Street, store for T.F. Courtney, 1898 (C.R., ix, 25 May 1898, 6)

Residential Works

SAINT JOHN, N.B., for George E. King, Orange Street, 1879 (Daily Sun [Saint John], 1 Oct. 1879, 3)
SAINT JOHN, N.B., for James de Wolfe Spurr, Horsfield Street, 1883 (dwgs. at PANB, Mott Coll. 110)
FREDERICTON, N.B., six double tenement houses for G.E. Fenety, George Street at Charlotte Street, 1883 (Fredericton Capital, 11 Sept. 1883, 3, descrip.)
SYDNEY, N.S., for Thomas C. Hill, South Esplanade, c. 1885 (dwgs. at PANB, Mott Coll. 358)
SPRING GARDEN ROAD, at Carleton Street, pair of houses for William Nisbet, 1886 (Acadian Recorder [Halifax], 21 Sept. 1886, 3)
BRUNSWICK STREET, for Abner N. Brennan, 1891 (C.R., ii, 28 Nov. 1891, 2)
NEW CAMPELLTON, N.S., for J.T. Burchell, 1894 (C.R., v, 10 May 1894, 1)
NEWCASTLE, N.B., for John D. Creaghan, 1894 (C.R., v, 10 May 1894, 1)
SOUTH PARK STREET, for Rebecca Starr, 1894 (C.R., v, 10 May 1894, 1-2)
PLEASANT STREET, office for Dr. E.A. Kirkpatrick, 1894 (C.R., v, 10 May 1894, 1-2)
SOUTH PARK STREET, for Hon. Simon H. Holmes, 1894 (C.R., v, 12 July 1894, 1; dwgs. at PANS)
GOTTINGEN STREET, for Edwin M. Clay, 1895 (C.R., v, 17 Jan. 1895, 1)
TOWER ROAD, for Arthur M. Hodge, 1895 (Halifax Herald, 30 Jan. 1895, 6)
MORRIS STREET, at Dundonald Street, for James Morrow, 1895 (dwgs. at PANS)
COBURG ROAD, for Harlan Fulton, 1896 (C.R., vii, 7 May 1896, 1; Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 21 Nov. 1896, 6)
ROBIE STREET, for William E. Crowe, 1896 (C.R., vii, 9 April 1896, 4; Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 21 Nov. 1896, 6)
FENWICK STREET, for Richard Cahill, 1896 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 21 Nov. 1896, 6)
BRUNSWICK STREET, for Edward W. O'Donnell, 1896 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 21 Nov. 1896, 6)
MORRIS STREET, for George Wright, 1896 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 21 Nov. 1896, 6)
EDWARD STREET, pair of houses for George Wright, 1896 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 21 Nov. 1896, 6)
SOUTH PARK STREET, row of five houses for George Wright, 1896 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 21 Nov. 1896, 6)
EDWARD STREET, for Archibald MacDonald, 1896 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 21 Nov. 1896, 6)
PLEASANT STREET, for John G. Trider, 1896 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 21 Nov. 1896, 6)
FREDERICTON, N.B., for Harry M. Clark, 1896 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 21 Nov. 1896, 6)
FREDERICTON, N.B., for Zebedee R. Everett, 1896 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 21 Nov. 1896, 6)
SYDNEY, N.S., for Miss P. Brookman, 1896 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 21 Nov. 1896, 6)
ROCKINGHAM, N.S., for Mr. Fielding, 1896 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 21 Nov. 1896, 6)
(with Taylor & Gordon) YOUNG AVENUE, for Alfred Whitman, 1898 (dwgs. at PANS)
SHEDIAC, N.B., for E.M. Melanson, 1898 (C.R., ix, 16 March 1898, 3)
GOTTINGEN STREET, for Reuben Proctor, 1898 (C.R., ix, 16 March 1898, 3)
NORTH SYDNEY, N.S., for R. Silles, 1898 (C.R., ix, 25 May 1898, 6)
YOUNG AVENUE, for J.E.G. Boulton, 1898 (C.R., ix, 25 May 1898, 3; dwgs. at PANS)
NORTH PARK STREET, for John McInnes, 1898 (C.R., ix, 25 May 1898, 3)
SOUTH STREET, for Dr. John Stewart, 1898 (dwgs. at PANS)
LAWRENCE STREET, for James Fenerty, 1898 (dwgs. at PANS)
YOUNG AVENUE, for J.F. Kenny, 1899 (L. Maitland, Queen Anne Revival Style in Canadian Architecture, 1990, 136, illus.; dwgs. at PANS)
LORNE TERRACE, for Maurice O. Crowell, 1899 (Halifax b.p. Record Book)
DUFFUS STREET, for Benjamin Broadhurst, 1899 (Halifax b.p. Record Book)

DUMARESQ & SON

ACADIA SUGAR REFINING CO., Hollis Street at Duke Street, office block, 1900 (dwgs. at PANS)
SYDNEY, N.S., Merchants Bank, Charlotte Street, 1900 (dwgs. at PANS)
DARTMOUTH, N.S., St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church, Maple Street, 1900 (Evening Mail [Halifax], 15 June 1900, 3, t.c.)
MANUAL TRAINING SCHOOL, Cunard Street at Creighton Street, 1901 (Report of the Board of School Commissioners for Halifax, 1901, 10-11, illus.; dwgs. at PANS)
AMHERST, N.S., residence for Rev. W.J. Mihan, 1901 (Amherst Daily News, 13 Feb. 1901, 3)
TRURO, N.S., Academy School, Prince Street, 1902 (Halifax Herald, 29 April 1902, 10, t.c.; Truro DaIly News, 3 July 1902, 4; Nova Scotia Education Reports, 1902, illus.; dwgs. at PANS)
ST. MARY'S FERRY, N.B., Roman Catholic Church, 1901 (C.R., xii, 3 July 1901, 3)
NEW GLASGOW, N.S., additions to the Norfolk House Hotel, Provost Street, 1901 (C.R., xii, 3 July 1901, 3)
SYDNEY, N.S., Royal Bank, Dorchester Street at Charlotte Street, 1901 (C.R., xii, 3 July 1901, 2; C.A.B., xvi, May 1903, illus.)
SYDNEY, N.S., block for Smith & Proctor, George Street, 1901 (C.R., xii, 3 July 1901, 2)
SYDNEY, N.S., residence for Charles Estano, Bay View Street, 1901 (C.R., xii, 3 July 1901, 2)
SHEDIAC, N.B., St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, additions, 1901 (C.R., xii, 3 July 1901, 2)
BARRINGTON STREET, Triumphal Archway for Boer War veterans, 1901 (dwgs. at PANS)
GRANVILLE STREET, foundry for C.R. Hoben, 1902 (C.R., xiii, 5 Nov. 1902, 2)
ST. AGNES ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH, Mumford Road, a glebe house, 1902 (C.R., xiii, 5 Nov. 1902, 2)
ARMVIEW, North West Arm, residence for J. Frank Colwell, 1902 (C.R., xiii, 5 Nov. 1902, 2)
MORRIS STREET, residence for Dr. A. Ivan Mader, 1902-03 (C.R., xiii, 5 Nov. 1902, 2; L. Maitland, Queen Anne Revival Style in Canadian Architecture, 1990, 138, illus.)
PUBLIC GARDENS, Spring Garden Road, lodge for the superintendent, 1902 (Halifax Herald, 29 May 1902, 10, t.c.; E. Pacey & A. Comiter, Landmarks: Historic Buildings of Nova Scotia, 1994, 185-6, illus.)
PEOPLE'S BANK, Gottingen Street, 1902 (Halifax Herald, 12 June 1902, 10, t.c.)
YOUNG AVENUE, residence for George Wright, 1903 (E. Pacey, Historic Halifax, 1988, 18-19, illus.; dwgs. at PANS)
TRURO, N.S., Colchester County Court House, Church Street, 1903-04 (C.R., xiv, 1 April 1903, 2; M. Carter, Early Canadian Court Houses, 1983, 70, 205, illus.; dwgs. at PANS)
AMHERST, N.S., Bank of Montreal, 1904-05 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 16 Nov. 1904, 7, t.c.; Morning Herald [Halifax], 1 March 1906, descrip.)
AMHERST, N.S., Academy School, 1905 (Amherst Daily News, 23 Jan. 1905, 3)
ANTIGONISH, N.S., Royal Bank, 1905 (dwgs. at PANS)
SYDNEY, N.S., Falmouth Street Presbyterian Church, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 19 July 1905, 6; Sydney Record, 7 May 1906, 1 & 2, descrip.)
SOUTH PARK STREET, residence for Oliver M. Hill, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 26 July 1905, 4)
COBURG ROAD, near Henry Street, residence for W.H. Cleverdon, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 26 July 1905, 4)
COBURG ROAD, residence for Burton A. Archibald, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 26 July 1905, 4)
ANTIGONISH, N.S., store and office for A.J. McDonald, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 26 July 1905, 4)
WINDSOR, N.S., residence for T. Doran, 1905 (C.R., xvi, 26 July 1905, 4)
BANK OF MONTREAL, Duke Street at Hollis Street, 1905-06 (Morning Chronicle [Halifax], 16 Nov. 1904, 7; Evening Mail [Halifax], 24 Aug. 1906, 2, descrip.)
SACKVILLE, N.B., Royal Bank, 1906 (Amherst Daily News, 11 June 1906, 8)
LUNENBURG, N.S., Royal Bank, Pelham Street, 1906 (dwgs. at PANS)
WEYMOUTH, N.S., Royal Bank, 1906 (dwgs. at PANS)
DAVIS & FRASER CO, Lockman Street, warehouse, 1906 (Halifax b.p. Record Book)