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Drawings for Blythe Rogers residence [2206 SW Marine Drive]
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- Architectural drawing
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June 21, 1919 (Creation)
- B.C. Palmer, Architect
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8 architectural drawings (2 copies) : positive and negative photostat
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Bernard Cuddon Palmer was a Vancouver-based architect who designed, on his own and in conjunction with a number of firms, a number of homes in Greater Vancouver.
Palmer was born and trained in England in Southend, London and Lewes. He arrived in Vancouver in 1912 and worked for Cecil Croker Fox in the Maclure & Fox office. In April 1916, with Fox enlisted in the Army, Palmer opened his own office. In 1930, he went into partnership with William Bow to form Palmer and Bow, which continued after Palmer's death in 1936.
Scope and content
File consists of photostat copies of design drawings for the Blythe Rogers' residence at 2206 S.W. Marine Drive.
Immediate source of acquisition
Copies made from originals belonging to Mrs. John Lecky, courtesy of Hal Kalman, in 1972.
File was formerly referred to as AM792 Mrs. John Lecky collection
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Access to this file is restricted under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. File contains architectural drawings of a standing structure. Researchers wishing to obtain access to these drawings must fill out an 'Access to Restricted Records' form and obtain permission in writing from the building's owners. For more information please contact the reference archivist.