House for W.F. Huntting, Esq., Shaughnessy Heights, Vancouver, B.C.Public
Item is an architectural drawing by Samuel Maclure prepared for W.F. Huntting of Vancouver, B.C.
3689 Angus Drive, Vancouver, B.C.
The file consists of the contract drawings (AP911-AP922, AP927), consultant's drawings (AP905-AP910) and full-scale shop drawings. A block plan, building plans, elevations, section, details and heating and electrical plans are included. Two-storey house with basement and attic. The basement includes a servant's room, bathroom, laundry, wood and coal bins, store room and wine cellar. The ground floor comprises a vestibule, hall, lavatory, drawing room, living room, dining room kitchen, pantry, larder, servant's hall and veranda. The second floor (called "first floor" on the drawing) consists of four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a balcony. Two bedrooms, two box rooms and a bathroom make up the attic. The two-bay garage has an unfinished attic. There is a later plan for a greenhouse to be attached to the garage. The contract drawings are inscribed: "This is one of the drawings referred to in our contract dated Feb [blank] 1912, Vancouver, B.C. [Signed] Macpherson & Sinclair [per] J.M.S." The heating and electrical plans were prepared by Erwin L. Weber, consulting domestic engineer.
- In Collection:
- 1 of 25 drawings: 3 pencil on paper, 3 ink on paper, 19 ink on linen; 74 x 73 cm or smaller
- 49.253164, -123.145255
- Samuel Maclure Architectural Drawings
- Samuel Maclure fonds (SC075), Special Collections and University Archives, University of Victoria
- Acc. 1980-067, AP920
- February 23, 2012
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