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Townley, Matheson and Partners fonds
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Archdeacon Heathcote residence : 3838 Cypress Street

File contains two sets of drawings. Townley and Matheson were responsible for alterations to the residence, the addition of a ballroom, in 1927. The original building was designed by architect Thomas Hooper in 1912. The file contains 12 blueprints Hooper titled "Hugh McLean residence, Shaughnessy Heights" which are listed as [Thomas Hooper, Architect] job no. 602. There are 3 drawings in the file by Townley and Matheson related to the 1927 alterations, titled "Proposed additions to residence for Eric Hamber by Townley & Matheson." The drawings are listed as Townley and Matheson job no. 326

Architectural drawings

Series consists of drawings created in the course of designing architectural projects that reflect the creation of initial concepts and proposals, refinement and revision of the proposal, the production of working plans for building contractors, and alterations made to plans during the construction process. The drawings include lot plans, elevations, floor plans, perspective drawings and building schedules, representing approximately 700 of the 1100+ architectural projects that Townley, Matheson and Partners were responsible for. The series includes drawings by both Townley and Matheson completed prior to the formation of the partnership

Children's hospital

Photo shows ground level exterior view of F.B. Begg Memorial Unit, Sunny Hill Hospital for Children at Princess Margaret Children's Village. Located at 2255 East 21st Ave.

Diplomas and certificates

File consists of Fred L. Townley's and Robert T. Matheson's diplomas from the University of Pennsylvania, certificates declaring their membership in the Architectural Institute of British Columbia, and Townley's fellowship in the Royal Architectural Institute of British Columbia

Dominion Photo Co. negatives

File contains photographs of completed buildings, buildings under construction, and photgraphic copies of architectural drawings. The types of buildings shown in the photographs incliude houses, apartment buildings, commercial buildings and schools

Funeral home : West Broadway near Stephens Street

File contains drawings for unidentified funeral home. One drawing bears the caption "Benzie & Bow Architects. 618 Standard Bank Building. Vancouver, B.C." Drawings indicate that the plans were for a building to be located in Vancouver B.C. on the north side of W. Broadway, near the n.e. corner of Broadway and Stephens St. It has not been established if the building was ever built

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