Item AP1805 - Residence of A.W. Vowell, Esq.

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Residence of A.W. Vowell, Esq.

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CA UVICARCH SC075-1980-067-AP1805

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  • 1911-1913 (Creation)

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1 of 11 drawings: 8 ink on linen, 3 blueprints; 36 x 54 cm or smaller

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Item is an architectural drawing by Samuel Maclure prepared for A.W. Vowell.

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This file contains drawings for three different houses. William Ridgway Wilson prepared plans and an elevation for alterations to a house (AP1796-AP1797, dated June 6, 1911). Maclure drew plans for basement alterations of what appears to be a different house in Nov. 1912 (AP1798 AP1799) and in Oct. 1913 prepared an as-found drawing of the ground floor of this second house (AP1800). He also prepared a set showing a plan, elevations and details for a third house (AP1801-AP1806). The house altered by Ridgway Wilson consists of a basement, ground floor and attic. The ground floor comprises a hall, drawing room, dining room, kitchen, servery, larder (called a pantry on the plan) two bedrooms, morning room, bathroom and water closet. The attic contains three bedrooms. The as-found drawing shows the ground floor containing a hall, living room, conservatory, library, dining room, kitchen, pantry, woodshed and man's room. The third house had two storeys and a basement. The basement and ground floor plans are missing, but the second floor consisted of a landing, three bedrooms, box room, sleeping balcony and bathroom. The exterior was finished in roughcast, except for the basement and porches, which were faced with stone.

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