Additions to residence at Long Harbor, B.C., for F.E. Abbot Esq. Public

Long Harbour, Saltspring Island, B.C.

Item is an architectural drawing by Samuel Maclure prepared for F.E. Abbot, Esq. of Long Harbour, Saltspring Island, B.C.

Plans, elevations and details. A ground plan of the driveways may not be of the Abbot house site. Additions and alterations to a one-storey house, probably of log construction. The existing structure comprises a living room, bedroom, dining room and breakfast room, although this is probably not the original layout. Alterations to this area include new windows, bathroom and bedroom closet. A two-storey addition of wood-frame construction is covered with unbarked wood slabs to harmonize with the original structure. Three porches, an entry hall with adjoining lavatory, a kitchen and pantry make up the ground floor addition, and three bedrooms, a bathroom, hall and linen room are on the second.

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In Collection:
Creator Subject Language Date created Resource type Rights statement Extent
  • 1 of 23 drawings: 12 pencil on paper, 11 pencil & ink on paper; 66 x 91 cm or smaller
Geographic coverage Coordinates
  • 48.850022, -123.450006
Physical repository Collection
  • Samuel Maclure Architectural Drawings
Provenance
  • Samuel Maclure fonds (SC075), Special Collections and University Archives, University of Victoria
Provider Genre Archival item identifier
  • Acc. 1980-067, AP6
Fonds title
  • Samuel Maclure fonds
Fonds identifier
  • SC075
Date digitized
  • February 23, 2012
Year
  • 1928
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Rights
  • 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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