Atchison, John Danley

ATCHISON, John Danley (1870-1959) was active in Chicago, Illinois and in Winnipeg, Manitoba and played a crucial role in the introduction of innovative 'Chicago school' ideas of structure and form to the architecture of western Canada. Born in Monmouth, Illinois on 17 February 1870 he was educated at public and high schools in Chicago and attended courses in architecture at the Art Institute of Chicago and at the Chicago Manual Training school. He entered the office of W. G. Barfield in 1889 and remained there for three years, and in 1892 joined the office of Jenney & Mundie where he served first as student and then as assistant to William LeBaron Jenney (1832-1907), the eminent Chicago architect who was influential in the development of the North American steel-framed skyscraper. He worked with Jenney on his design for the Horticultural Building at the World's Columbian Exposition (1893), and in early 1895 became a partner in the firm of Tuthill & Atchison (Chicago City Directory, 1895). From 1896 until late 1902 he appears to have been conducting his own practise in Chicago, during which time he is said to have executed 'considerable work for the Chicago and Eastern Illinois Railroad'. In 1903 he formed another partnership with Harry W.J. Edbrooke, but this was dissolved in late 1904. In early 1905 he commenced his own practise in Chicago called John D. Atchison & Co., but in July of that year he decided to move to Winnipeg, Manitoba to open an office there.
His early training in Chicago undoubtedly influenced his knowledge and awareness of new building techniques and construction materials, and his early works in Winnipeg were masterful essays in a formal and tightly disciplined Beaux-Arts style. His later work, particularly in California, shows a digression away from his earlier Chicago influences toward a preference for historical eclecticism and an increasing devotion to classical and medieval styles. He was among the first architects in western Canada to introduce steel frame construction and terra cotta cladding to high rise buildings; his most accomplished designs are those for the Great West Life Building (1909-11), the Union Trust Building (1912-13), and Bank of Hamilton (1917). Each work is a carefully studied and impeccably detailed statement by an architect with a discerning eye for refined proportions, and it can be claimed that he had few equals in western Canada.
In 1911 he entered the competition for the Moose Jaw City Hall and submitted a striking Beaux Arts design which was awarded first prize, but regrettably the scheme was not built (Const., vi, Jan. 1913, 12-15, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at the Moose Jaw Public Library, Archives Room). In 1913 his design for the Winnipeg City Hall was awarded a third prize in competition with other Canadian architects; the first premium was awarded to the Regina firm of Clemesha & Portnall (Const., vi, April 1913, 158-60). That same year he prepared an ambitious proposal for Grand Avenue leading to the new Legislative Buildings in Winnipeg, but this too was never realised (M. Baker, Symbol in Stone-Manitoba's Third Legislative Building, 1986, 54, illus.).
He remained active in Winnipeg until early 1924 when he moved to Pasadena, California and opened a new office. There, his work was primarily domestic in nature and executed in the regional Spanish Colonial style. Assisted by his son John D. Atchison Jr., he maintained an office on East California Boulevard until 1938 when he retired, perhaps due to the injuries he had suffered in a serious auto accident in 1936 (Manitoba Association. of Architects, letter from P.C. Samwell, 7 June 1937). He died in Pasadena on 20 June 1959 and was cremated there (obituary in Pasadena Independent, 22 June 1959, 13; biography in Winnipeg Telegram, 18 Sept. 1906, 55; F.H. Schofield, The Story of Manitoba, 1913, ii, 374-75; inf. from Chicago Historical Society; A. Adams; Ann Scheid, City of Pasadena)

(works in Chicago, Ill. and area)

TUTHILL & ATCHISON

MONMOUTH, ILL., residence for W.S. Weir, 1895 (Daily Inter-Ocean [Chicago], 4 Aug. 1895, 19)

J. D. ATCHISON

CHICAGO, ILL., a three storey apartment block for N. Atchison & S.E. Blaisdell, Western Avenue at Congress Street, 1898 (Chicago Daily Tribune, 27 Nov. 1898, 38, descrip.)
EVANSTON, ILL., a three storey apartment block with 27 units, Hinman Avenue at Lee Street, 1902 (Daily Inter-Ocean [Chicago], 23 Feb. 1902, 22, descrip.)
EVANSTON, ILL., store and office block for Robert Simpson, 1902 (Daily Inter-Ocean [Chicago], 17 Aug. 1902, 22)

ATCHISON & EDBROOKE

CHICAGO, ILL., a six storey warehouse for an unnamed client, West Kinzie Street, 1903 (Daily Inter-Ocean [Chicago], 4 Sept. 1903, 10)
LEMARS, IOWA, High School, 1903-04 (Daily Inter-Ocean [Chicago], 13 Dec. 1903, Section Three, 2)
CHICAGO, ILL., Presbyterian Church, Garfield Boulevard at Throop Street, 1904-05 (Daily Inter-Ocean [Chicago], 29 Sept. 1904, 10, descrip.)
CHICAGO, ILL., First United Presbyterian Church, West Congress Street at Central Park Avenue, with parsonage adjacent, 1904-05 (Daily Inter-Ocean [Chicago], 30 Oct. 1904, 22, descrip.; 4 Dec. 1904, Section Four, p. 4, illus.)
EVANSTON, ILL., a six storey apartment block for John Cook, Hinman Avenue near Davis Street, 1904 (Daily Inter-Ocean [Chicago], 14 May 1904, 10; 12 June 1904, Section Four, p. 2, illus. & descrip.)
DOLTON, ILL., Y.M.C.A. Building, for the Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railway, 1904 (Daily Inter-Ocean [Chicago], 12 June 1904, Section Four, p. 2)
MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA, store and business block for an unnamed client, 1904 (Daily Inter-Ocean [Chicago], 12 June 1904, Seciton Four, p. 2)
EVANSTON, ILL., a three storey apartment block on Ridge Avenue, 1904 (Daily Inter-Ocean [Chicago], 25 Sept. 1904, Section Three, p. 2, illus.)

J.D. ATCHISON

(works in Winnipeg unless otherwise noted)

COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL

OLDFIELD & GARDINER BLOCK, Portage Avenue near Hargrave Street, 1905 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 18 March 1905, 9, illus.; Winnipeg Tribune, 17 June 1905, 12, illus.)
PORTAGE AVENUE, at Smith Street, commercial block stores, offices and apartments for L.A. Oldfield, 1905 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 9 Sept. 1905, 6, illus. & descrip.)
CONCORDIA BUILDING, Main Street at Logan Avenue, commercial block for A.M. Fraser, 1906 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 23 April 1906, 13, illus. & descrip.; 6 Dec. 1906, 38, illus. & descrip.; Winnipeg Tribune, 25 March 1907, 11, descrip.)
HAMPLE BUILDING, Portage Avenue, adjacent to the Kensington Building, 1906 (Winnipeg Tribune, 2 Nov. 1906, 8, descrip.; Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 6 Dec. 1906, 38, illus. & descrip.)
RADFORD BUILDING, Market Street at Louise Street, 1906 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 23 April 1906, 13, illus. & descrip.; 6 Dec. 1906, 36-7, illus. & descrip.)
CO-OPERATIVE BLOCK, Portage Avenue near Garry Street, located "immediately beside the new Bank of Nova Scotia", 1906-07 (Winnipeg Tribune, 22 Feb. 1907, 3, descrip.)
MODERN LAUNDRY & DYE WORKS, Hargrave Street, addition, 1906 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 6 Dec. 1906, 30, illus. & descrip.)
KENNEDY BUILDING, Portage Avenue, adjacent to the Clarendon Hotel, 1906 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 6 Dec. 1906, 38, illus. & descrip.; Winnipeg, 1994-96: The Year Past, 1999, 55-6, illus.; dwgs. at MPA, Acc. D 13)
FAIRCHILD CO. BLOCK, Princess Street, erected for the John Deere Plow Co. Ltd., 1907 (dwgs. at Winnipeg City Archives)
JOHN W. PECK BUILDING, Princess Street, addition of two floors above existing building, 1907 (C.R., xviii, 6 March 1907, 6; Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 20 April 1907, 5, descrip.; 21 Nov. 1907, 20, descrip.; Winnipeg, 1984-The Year Past, 1986, 53-4, illus.)
JORDAN BUILDING, Fort Street near Graham Avenue, for William Jordan, 1907 (Winnipeg Daily Tribune, 8 April 1907, 7, descrip.; C.R., xviii, 27 March 1907, 8; Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 13 April 1907, 9 & 10, illus. and descrip.; dwgs. at Winnipeg City Archives)
GURNEY FOUNDRY CO., warehouse, Lombard Avenue, 1907 (C.R., xviii, 24 April 1907, 8; Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 29 April 1907, 11, illus.; dwgs. at Winnipeg City Archives)
THE STONE BLOCK, Main Street, south of Henry Street, for W.H. Stone, 1907 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 13 April 1907, 9, illus. & descrip.; 21 Nov. 1907, 20, descrip.; Winnipeg b.p. 479, 1907; dwgs. at Winnipeg City Archives)
RAILWAY EXHANGE BUILDING, east side of Main Street, next to the Post Office, office tower, 1907 (Winnipeg Daily Tribune, 4 June 1907, 1, descrip.; 8 June 1907, 13, illus.)
McLAUGHLIN CARRIAGE CO., garage and repair shop, Maryland Street near Portage Avenue, 1909 (C.R., xxiii, 10 March 1909, 26; Winnipeg Daily Tribune, 3 April 1909, 21; dwgs. at Winnipeg City Archives)
WILLIAMS MACHINERY CO., warehouse, Princess Street near Logan Avenue, 1909 (Winnipeg Daily Tribune, 30 March 1909, 1, descrip.; C.R., xxiii, 14 April 1909, 23; dwgs. at MPA, Acc. D 13)
HEINTZMAN PIANO CO., Portage Avenue at Hargrave Street, a three storey commercial block, 1909 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 24 July 1909, 7, descrip.; Winnipeg Daily Tribune, 24 July 1909, 17)
MALTESE CROSS BUILDING, McDermot Avenue at King Street, 1909 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 27 July 1909, t.c.)
WINNIPEG RUBBER CO., McDermot Avenue at King Street, at southwest corner, a seven storey warehouse block, 1909 (Winnipeg Daily Tribune, 22 July 1909, 1, descrip.)
CANADA PERMANENT MORTGAGE CORP., Garry Street, 1909 (Winnipeg Daily Tribune, 25 Feb. 1909, 5, descrip.; C.R., xxiii, 3 March 1909, 22; Winnipeg, 1985-The Year Past, 1987, 31-2, illus.)
OLDFIELD, KIRBY & GARDNER, Portage Avenue, at Carlton Street '...next to the Post Office", a two storey office block with terra cotta facade, 1909 (Winnipeg Tribune, 6 May 1909, 2, descrip.; C.R., xxiii, 12 May 1909, 39; dwgs. at MPA, Acc. D 13)
GREAT WEST LIFE ASSURANCE BUILDING, Lombard Avenue at Rorie Street, 1909-11; addition 1922 (Winnipeg Daily Tribune, 10 March 1909, 9, descrip.; Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 8 July 1911, 23, illus. & descrip.; C.R., xxv, 29 March 1911, 34, illus. & descrip; xxxvi, 7 June 1912, 56; Const., vi, April 1913, 131, 135-39, illus. & descrip.; Winnipeg, 1983-The Year Past, 1984, 33-4, illus.)
PORTAGE AVENUE, at Edmonton Street, store and office block for W.H. Gardner, 1909 (Winnipeg Daily Tribune, 10 June 1909, 1, descrip.)
EDMONTON, ALTA., National Trust Building, Jasper Avenue East, 1910 (C.R., xxiv, 6 April 1910, 28; dwgs. at MPA, Acc. D 13)
EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANK, Main Street, 1910 (C.R., xxiv, 13 April 1910, 29; Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 30 April 1910, 9, illus.; dwgs. at Winnipeg City Archives)
McGREEVY BLOCK, Portage Avenue, major addition of six storeys, 1910 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 22 Aug. 1910, 8, descrip.)
YORKTON, SASK., Bank of Toronto, Broadway at Third Avenue, 1910 (dwgs. at Regional Office, Toronto Dominion Bank, Regina)
ALLAN, KILLAM & McKAY BUILDING, Main Street, 1911; demol. ( Winnipeg b.p. 1641, 9 June 1911; dwgs. at MPA, Acc. D 13)
CONSOLIDATED PLATE GLASS, Balmoral Street, warehouse, 1911 (C.R., xxv, 17 May 1911, 62)
CARLTON BUILDING, Portage Avenue at Carlton Street, 1911-12 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 6 July 1912, 11; 21 Dec. 1912, 13, illus.)
(with H.E. Lloyd Owen) MOOSE JAW, SASK., Hammond Block, Main Street North at Fairford Street West, 1912 (Moose Jaw Evening Times, 30 March 1912, 35, illus. & descrip.)
UNION TRUST BUILDING, Main Street at Lombard Avenue, 1911-12 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 29 July 1911, 11, illus.; Winnipeg Tribune, 18 March 1912, 3, descrip.; C.R., xxv, 9 Aug. 1911, 57; xxvi, 27 March 1912, 51, illus. & descrip.; Brickbuilder [New York], xxii, Nov. 1913, 258-60, illus. & descrip.; Winnipeg, 1983-The Year Past, 1984, 35-6, illus.)
BOYD BUILDING, Portage Avenue at Edmonton Street, 1912 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 20 July 1912, 11, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at MPA, Acc. D 13/3; Winnipeg, 1981-The Year Past, 1982, 53-4, illus.)
NORTH WEST INVESTMENT CO., Portage Avenue at Langside Street, commercial block, 1912 (Winnipeg Daily Tribune, 12 June 1912, 8)
CADOMIN BUILDING, Main Street at Graham Avenue, 1912-13 (Winnipeg Telegram, 23 Aug. 1912, 2, t.c.)
TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO., office building and printing plant for the Winnipeg Tribune Newspaper, Graham Avenue at Smith Street, 1913-14 (Winnipeg Tribune, 1 March 1913, 1 & 15, illus. & descrip.; 24 Jan. 1914, Section Three, 1-5, illlus. & descrip.; C.R. xxvii, 19 Nov. 1913, 71, t.c.; dwgs. at Winnipeg City Archives)
MERCHANTS BANK, Main Street at Bannerman Avenue, 1913 (C.R., xxvii, 9 July 1913, 69; Winnipeg, Monuments to Finance, 1982, ii, 65-68, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at Winnipeg City Archives)
KENSINGTON BUILDING, Portage Avenue at Smith Street, 1914 (Winnipeg b.p. 1010, 1914)
AMES HOLDEN McREADY LTD., warehouse, Adelaide Street at McDermot Avenue, 1914 (Winnipeg b.p. 1217, 8 May 1914; dwgs. at MPA, Acc. D 13/6)
CURRY BUILDING, Portage Avenue, 1915 (C.R., xxx, 2 Feb. 1916, 103, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at Winnipeg City Archives; Winnipeg b.p. 764, 1915)
BANK OF HAMILTON, Main Street at McDermot Avenue, 1917-18 (C.R., xxxi, 24 Jan 1917, 41; Const., xii, Dec. 1919, 368-77, illus. & descrip.)
PROVINCE THEATRE, Notre Dame Avenue near Portage Avenue, new brick and terra cotta facade, with extensive interior alterations, 1918 (Winnipeg Tribune, 18 July 1918, 8, descrip.)
STAVELY, ALTA., Bank of Hamilton, 1919 (dwgs. at Canadian Architectural Archives, Calgary, Acc. 37A 7825)
SIMMONS BEDDING LTD., Gomez Street at Sutherland Avenue, major addition to warehouse, 1920 (Winnipeg Tribune, 10 Jan. 1920, 1)

INSTITUTIONAL

MINNEDOSA, MAN., Hospital, 1907 (C.R., xviii, 19 June 1907, 2, t.c.)
CITY HALL ANNEX, renovation and alteration of former Police Station, James Avenue at King Street, 1908 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 14 Nov. 1908, 25, descrip.; Winnipeg Daily Tribune, 19 Dec. 1908, 26)
MEN'S OWN BUILDING, Logan Avenue, a benevolent institution with an employment bureau and Reading Room, 1908 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 2 May 1908, 24, illus. & descrip.; Winnipeg Daily Tribune, 19 Dec. 1908, 31, descrip.; Const., iii, Dec. 1909, 120, illus.; Winnipeg, 1991-The Year Past, 1993, 36, illus.)
(with Richard G. Bunyard) MOOSE JAW, SASK., Collegiate Institute, Ross Street West at 9th Avenue, 1908 (C.R., xxii, 5 Aug. 1908, 24, t.c.; Moose Jaw Evening Times, 30 April 1910, 1, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at Moose Jaw Public Library, Archives)
WINNIPEG GENERAL HOSPITAL, Bannatyne Avenue at Olivia Street, 1911 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 11 July 1911, 10, illus.; Winnipeg b.p. 2370, 1911; dwgs. at Winnipeg City Archives)
MOOSE JAW, SASK., Presbyterian Boys College, College Hill, 16th Avenue at Coteau Street, 1911-12 (C.R., xxv, 20 Sept. 1911, 59; Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 16 Dec. 1911, 13, illus.; Winnipeg Tribune, 28 March 1912, 3, descrip.)
COLUMBUS HALL & CATHOLIC CLUB, Graham Avenue at Smith Street, for the Knights of Columbus, 1912 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 20 July 1912, 11, illus. & descrip.)
W.T. RALEIGH MEDICAL CO., Henry Avenue at Gunnell Street, warehouse, 1912 (dwgs. in MPA, Acc. D 13)
WEYBURN, SASK, Municipal Hospital, 1912 (dwgs. at MPA, Acc. D 13)
LORD KITCHENER SCHOOL, East Kildonan Road at Ferry Road, 1914-15 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 20 June 1914, 7, illus. & descrip.; C.R., xxx, 16 Feb. 1916, 159, illus. & descrip.)
NINETTE, MAN., Provincial Sanatorium, 1916 (C.R., xxx, 19 April 1916, 46)
EMERSON, MAN., Court House & Town Hall, 1917-18 (Emerson Journal, 26 Oct. 1917, 4; M. Carter, Early Canadian Court Houses, 1983, 151, 223, illus.)
(with H.C. Ingalls & F.B. Hoffman)
RED CROSS LODGE, on the site of the Manitoba Agricultural College, Tuxedo Avenue, 1919 (Winnipeg, 1989-The Year Past, 57, illus.)
MANITOBA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF, Shaftesbury Boulevard, Tuxedo, 1920-22 (Winnipeg Tribune, 8 Aug. 1919, 1, descrip.; C.R., xxxv, 10 Aug. 1921, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at MPA. Acc. D 13; Const., xvi, June 1923, 190-96, illus. & descrip; Early Buildings of Manitoba, 1973, 71, illus.)
DAUPHIN, MAN., Hospital, 1922 (C.R., xxxvi, 4 Jan 1922, 48)
MEDICAL ARTS BUILDING, Graham Avenue at Kennedy Street, 1922 (C.R., xxxvii, 17 Jan 1923, 53, illus. & descrip.; Winnipeg b.p. 2676, 1922)

APARTMENT BLOCKS

BROADWAY, at Edmonton Street, apartment house or a "flat dwelling" building for Oldfield & Gardiner, 1905 (Manitoba Morning Free Press, 8 April 1905, Section Two, p. 9, t.c.)
OXFORD BLOCK, Portage Avenue, 1905 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 30 Oct. 1905, 24, descrip.)
BALMORAL COURT APARTMENTS, Balmoral Street at Sargent Avenue, 1905 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 14 July 1905, 3, illus. & descrip.; 30 Oct. 1905, 24; Western Architect [Minneapolis], xi, May 1908, illus.)
ALEXANDRIA APARTMENT BLOCK, Graham Avenue at Edmonton Street, 1905; demol. 1979 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 30 Oct. 1905, 24, illus. & descrip.)
WARDLOW APARTMENT BLOCK, Wardlaw Avenue at Nassau Street, 1905 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 30 Oct. 1905, 24, illus. & descrip.; Const., i, Nov. 1907, 48, illus.)
DEVON COURT APARTMENTS, Broadway at Edmonton Street, designed 1905; built 1907-08; demol. 1981 (Manitoba Morning Free Press [Winnipeg], 15 April 1905, Section Two, p. 6, descrip.; Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 4 April 1908, 23, illus. & descrip.; Const., iii, Dec. 1909, 70, 75; v, April 1912, 47-48, illus. & descrip.; Winnipeg, 1981-The Year Past, 1982, 21-23, illus.)
HOLYROOD COURT, William Avenue at Kate Street, 1906 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 6 Dec. 1906, 54, illus.)
LEE COURT APARTMENTS, Donald Street, for W.F. Lee, 1906; demol. 1974 (Winnipeg Daily Tribune, 19 July 1906, 9, descrip.; Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 6 Dec. 1906, 55, illus.; Const., iii, Dec. 1909, 70, 75, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at MPA, Acc. D 13)
STAFFORD STREET, at Wardlaw Avenue, apartment block for W.W. Cross and E.M. Counsell, 1909 (Winnipeg Daily Tribune, 30 March 1909, 1, descrip.; C.R., xxiii, 21 April 1909, 20-1; dwgs. at MPA, Acc. D 13)
PATTERSON APARTMENT BLOCK, Donald Street near Broadway, for H.S. Patterson, 1909 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 7 July 1909, 2, t.c.; Winnipeg Daily Tribune, 7 July 1909, 11, descrip.; dwgs. at MPA, Acc. D 13)
GROSVENOR COURT, Stafford Street at Grosvenor Avenue, 1909 (Winnipeg b.p. 451, 22 April 1909)
CLAYDON APARTMENTS, Balmoral Street at Ellice Avenue, apartment block, 1909 (Winnipeg b.p. 2240, 1909; dwgs. at Winnipeg City Archives)
MOOSE JAW, SASK., apartment block for H. Elsom, 1909 (C.R., xxiii, 11 Aug. 1909, 21)
MEDICINE HAT, ALTA., apartment block for H.S. Patterson, 1909 (C.R., xxiii, 11 Aug. 1909, 22)
BELVEDERE APARTMENTS, Colony Street at St. Mary's Avenue, for A.B. Kent, 1910 (Winnipeg b.p. 368, 26 March 1910; Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 7 April 1910, 2, t.c.)
WELLINGTON CRESCENT, at Park Street, apartment block for G.F. Galt, 1910 (Winnipeg Daily Tribune, 17 May 1910, 1; C.R., xxiv, 25 May 1910, 28)
WILSON APARTMENTS, River Avenue, 1910 (C.R., xxiv, 29 June 1910, 26)
RIVER COURT APARTMENTS, Redwood Avenue, 1910 (Winnipeg b.p. 1656, 1910; dwgs. at Winnipeg City Archives)
PORTAGE AVENUE, at McGee Street, stores and apartments for A. Congon, 1911 (C.R., xxv, 19 July 1911, 64)
FURBY STREET, at Wolseley Avenue, apartment block for Dugal A. McArthur, 1913 (Winnipeg b.p. 2060, 1913)

RESIDENCES

NASSAU STREET, near River Avenue, residence for the architect, 1906 (Winnipeg Telegram, 5 Dec. 1907, 7; Const., iii, Dec. 1909, 75, 78-9, illus. & descrip.)
ROSLYN ROAD, residence for Donald R. Dingwall, 1907 (Winnipeg Daily Tribune, 8 April 1907, 7, descrip.; C.R., xviii, 10 April 1907, 6; Const., iii, Dec. 1909, 72-73, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at MPA, Acc. D 13)
BETOURNAY STREET, residence for Melbourne F. Christie, 1907 (Winnipeg Daily Tribune, 8 April 1907, 7, descrip.; C.R., xviii, 10 April 1907, 6; Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], Building Progress Number, 21 Nov. 1907, 23, descrip.; Const., iii, Dec. 1909, 73, 75-7; illus. & descrip.)
ROSLYN CRESCENT, 'Kilmorie', stables for Sir Augustus Nanton, 1907-08 (Winnipeg, 1981-The Year Past, 1982, 63, illus.)
ETHEL STREET, residence for William C. Russell, 1908 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 2 May 1908, 24; Const., iii, Dec. 1909, 75, 78-9, illus. & descrip.)
EAST KILDONAN ROAD, residence for Rev. Alex Matheson, 1908 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 29 Feb. 1908, 7; 2 May 1908, 24)
RUSKIN ROW, residence for Dr. Kenneth C. Campbell, 1908 (C.R., xxii, 7 Oct. 1908, 27)
ROSLYN ROAD, residence for Thomas R. Billett, 1908 (C.R., xxii, 7 Oct. 1908, 27; Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 3 April 1909, 16)
ROSLYN ROAD, residence for R. Maxwell Dennistoun, 1908 (Const., ii, June 1909, 94, 97, illus. & descrip.; dwgs. at MPA, Acc. D 13)
ROSLYN PLACE, residence for George W. Allan, 1909; demol. (Winnipeg b.p. 301, 6 April 1909; Const., iv, Nov. 1911, 82, 90-1, 94, illus. & descrip.)
WELLINGTON CRESCENT, residence for Dr. Charles A. MacKenzie, 1909 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 17 April 1909, 6, illus.; Winnipeg b.p. 369, 15 April 1909; dwgs. at MPA Acc. D 13)
RUSKIN ROW, in Fort Rouge, residence for John C. G. Armytage, 1909 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 3 April 1909, 16)
PARK ROAD, at Wellington Crescent, residence of George F. Galt, 1910; demol. (Winnipeg b.p. 1216, 16 May 1910; R.A.I.C. Journal, v, Sept. 1928, 330, illus.)
WELLINGTON CRESCENT, residence for Harold D. Gooderham, 1910-11 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 28 April 1910, 2, t.c.; C.R., xxv, 24 May 1911, 63; dwgs. at MPA, Acc. D 13)
WELLINGTON CRESCENT, residence for William L. Ball, 1911 (Const., iv, Nov. 1911, 82, 92-4, illus. & descrip.)
OXFORD STREET, residence for Charles S. Richardson, 1912 (Winnipeg Telegram, 9 Aug. 1912, 3, t.c.)
HARROW STREET, near Kingsway Avenue, residence for John A. Machray, 1911 (Const., v, April 1912, 51-52, illus.)
RUBY STREET, residence for Albert E. Spendlove, 1912 (R.A.I.C. Journal, v, Sept. 1928, 333, illus.)
KINGSWAY AVENUE, house for unidentified owner, 1914 (Const., vii, July 1914, 260, 263, 265, illus. & descrip.)
(unidentified street), house for unidentified owner, 1915 (Const., viii, June 1915, 252-53, 255, illus. & descrip.)
ROSLYN ROAD, residence for Walter T. Kirby, c. 1915 (C.H.G., vi, Dec. 1929, 40-41, illus.)

OTHER WORKS

ASSINIBOINE PARK PAVILION, 1908, burned 1929 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 25 April 1908, 6, illus. & descrip.; 14 Nov. 1908, 25; Winnipeg Daily Tribune, 19 Dec. 1908, 26, descrip.; Winnipeg, 1982-The Year Past, 1983, 21, illus.)
CRESCENT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, McMillan Avenue at Aynsley Street, 1909-10 (C.R., xxiii, 20 Oct. 1909, 21; dwgs. at Winnipeg City Archives)
(with Kirchhoff & Rose, Milwaukee) ORPHEUM THEATRE, Fort Street, 1910; demol. (C.R., xxiv, 6 April 1910, 27; dwgs. at MPA, Acc. D 13)
WINNIPEG PERMANANT INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION & HALL OF INDUSTRY, for the Winnipeg Industrial Bureau, Main Street at Water Avenue, 1912 (C.R., xxvi, 3 Jan 1912, 65; Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 17 Nov. 1911, 12, illus. & descrip.; Winnipeg Tribune, 2 March 1912, 3, descrip.)
ALL SAINTS ANGLICAN CHURCH, Broadway opposite Osborne Street, 1912 (Winnipeg Tribune, 13 March 1912, 1, descrip.)
ALL SOULS UNITARIAN CHURCH, Furby Street at Westminster Avenue, 1913 (Manitoba Free Press [Winnipeg], 8 Feb. 1913, 37, illus. & descrip.)
MANITOBA CLUB, Broadway at Fort Street, addition, 1913 (C.R., xxvii, 25 June 1913, 67)
COLUMBUS HALL ASSOCIATION, clubhouse, Graham Avenue at Smith Street, 1913; demol. 1974 (Winnipeg b.p. 1081, 2 May 1913; dwgs. at Winnipeg City Archives)
ANCIENT ORDER OF FORESTERS, meeting hall and lodge room, Donald Street at Graham Avenue, 1914 (C.R., xxviii, 15 July 1914, 73)
LYCEUM THEATRE, Portage Avenue, 1916 (Winnipeg b.p. 451, 1916)
ST. GEORGE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH, Grosvenor Avenue at Wilton Street, 1916 (Winnipeg b.p. 539, 1916)
PROVINCE THEATRE, Notre Dame Avenue, 1918 (Winnipeg b.p. 773, 1918)
ST. MARY'S ANGLICAN PRO-CATHEDRAL, St. Mary Avenue, reconstruction, 1919 (Winnipeg b.p. 883, 1919)

(works in Los Angeles and area)

HOLLYWOOD, CALIF., residence for Dr. William H. Olds, Las Palmas Avenue, 1925 (Los Angeles Times, 15 March 1925, Section Five, p. 10)
BEVERLY HILLS, CALIF., residence for Thomas Kelly, Benedict Canyon Drive at Sunset Boulevard, 1926 (Los Angeles Times, 5 Dec. 1926, Rotogravure Section, 5, illus.; 26 December 1926, Rotogravure Section, 6, illlus.; 13 Feb. 1927, Rotogravure Section, 6, illus.)
PASADENA, CALIF., residence for George Hegel, Morada Place, Altadena, 1926 (inf. A. Scheid, City of Pasadena; dwgs. in the possession of Mrs. A. Vore, Pasadena)
PASADENA, CALIF., residence for Guy Crump, 1928-29 (American Builder [Chicago], xlvii, Aug. 1929, 84-5, illus. & descrip., but incorrectly credited to 'John D. Atkinson' [sic])
SAN MARINO, CALIF., residence for Edward W. Bodman, Shenandoah Road near Oak Grove Avenue, 1929 (Architectural Digest [Los Angeles], vii, April 1930, 30-31, 148, illus.; D. Gebhard, Guide to Architecture in Los Angeles and Southern California, 1982, 308; Los Angeles Times, 15 May 2011, B 14, illus. & descrip.)
PASADENA, CALIF., residence for Godfrey Rueger, c. 1932 (Architectural Record [New York], lxxii, Nov. 1932, 318-19, illus.)
PASADENA, CALIF., guest house for Dr. William B. Munro, c. 1933 (Architectural Record [New York], lxxv, Feb. 1934, 131, illus.)