Residence for AE Tulk, Esq., Shaughnessy Heights, Vancouver, B.C. Public

Item is an architectural drawing by Maclure 7 Fox prepared for A.E. Tulk of Vancouver, B.C.

"Rosemary", 3689 Selkirk Street, Vancouver, B.C.

Plans, elevations, sections and details. Some drawings show changes and annotations in pencil. A detailed item list is available. Two-storey house with basement and attic joining an older and smaller existing building. The basement includes a heating chamber (furnace room?), fuel bins, laundry room, drying room, servant's room, wine store and two other storerooms. The ground floor comprises a vestibule with adjoining lavatory and cloak room, hall, drawing room, library, dining room, breakfast room, kitchen, pantry, larder, servant's hall and lavatory. A veranda off the drawing room leads out onto a large terrace which extends the full length of the south and west sides of the house. A porte cochere joins east side of the new house to the existing building and the ground level. he second floor is carried over the porte cochere making it a covered passage. The second floor consists of the upper hall, four bedrooms, boudoir, three bathrooms, linen closet, billiard room and two balconies. The attic contains four bedrooms, nursery, box room, linen closet and bathroom. The exterior walls are finished with stone and half timbering. Outbuildings include greenhouses, a stable, chicken house and a summer house.


In Collection:
Creator Subject Language Date created Resource type Rights statement Extent
  • 1 of 49 drawings: 7 pencil on paper, 15 pencil & ink on paper, 14 ink on linen, 11 blueprints,2 autopositives; 92 x 92 cm or smaller
Geographic coverage Coordinates
  • 49.252854, -123.132615
Physical repository Collection
  • Samuel Maclure Architectural Drawings
  • Samuel Maclure fonds (SC075), Special Collections and University Archives, University of Victoria
Provider Genre Archival item identifier
  • Acc. 1980-067, AP1765
Fonds title Fonds identifier Date digitized
  • 2012-02-23
  • 1912
  • This material may be protected by copyright. Personal use of this material is without restriction but acknowledgement of Special Collections and University Archives, University of Victoria is requested whether the use is oral, web or in print. Commercial use of any portion of this material requires permission from Special Collections and University Archives.
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