Proposed new house, Beaver St., Oak Bay, for Mrs. UnwinPublic
Plans, elevations, section and details. Two-storey house with basement. The ground floor comprises a vestibule, hall, drawing room, living room, kitchen, pantry, bedroom and lavatory. The second floor (called first floor on the drawing) contains three bedrooms and a bathroom. The exterior walls are finished in shingles. A further drawing (AP2082) "Alterations to house, Beaver St., Oak Bay, for Miss E. Unwin, shows the conversion of the ground floor bedroom, drawing room and lavatory into a suite consisting of a living room, bedroom, kitchen and bathroom. Signed: "Teed & Cummings per E H Cummings."
Item is an architectural drawing by Harry Daborn Day prepared for Hilda Unwin of Oak Bay.
2178 Beaverbrooke Place (formerly Beaver Street), Oak Bay
- In Collection:
- 1 of 3 drawings: 1 pencil on paper, 2 ink on linen; 56 x 69 cm or smaller
- 48.418081, -123.316892
- Samuel Maclure Architectural Drawings
- Samuel Maclure fonds (SC075), Special Collections and University Archives, University of Victoria
- Acc. 1980-067, AP2081
- February 23, 2012
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