Album of Drawings of Early Buildings in Nova Scotia. First Edition, cloth

By: WALLACE, Arthur W.

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WALLACE, Arthur W. An Album of Drawings of Early Buildings in Nova Scotia. Halifax, N.S. : "Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia and The Nova Scotia Museum", 1976. First Edition. "Printed by Earl Whynot & Associates Limited". Pp (4),[i]-xi,(1),+ 64 plates. Some pages double column. Oblong folio (18 x 12½ inches), blue cloth, gilt lettering to front & spine.

Arthur William Wallace (b. 1903, Staten Island, New York - d. 1978) had family ties to Nova Scotia and was an architect in Hamilton, Ontario at the time of publication.

Prefatory pieces by Phyllis R. Blakeley and Minister of Education George Mitchell.

Included are detailed drawings of Province House (14 plates),
Government House,
St. George's Church,
St. Paul's Church,
Little Dutch Church,
Black Binney House,
Bloomfield, Gorsebrook,
Trider House,
and several other houses in Halifax and Dartmouth.

Also Holy Trinity Church (Middleton),
St. Edward's (Clementsport),
St. Mary's Church (Auburn),
Acacia Grove (Starr's Point),
Chapman House (Fort Lawrence),
De Wolfe House (Wolfville),
Martock (Windsor),
Norway House (Pictou),
Selma Hall (Selma),
Uniacke House, and many others.

With glossary, bibliography, and index.

A few minor marks to the cloth, else a very good copy. With a handwritten presentation inscription to a naval officer beneath a Heritage Trust bookplate. With Errata slip laid in at p.v. NOTE : Exra shipping will be needed for this very large book 150.00

Title: Album of Drawings of Early Buildings in Nova Scotia. First Edition, cloth

Author Name: WALLACE, Arthur W.

Categories: 888,

Publisher: Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia and The Nova Scotia Museum, Halifax , 1976,:

Seller ID: 64565

Keywords: NOVA SCOTIA ARCHITECTURE HISTORY ARCHITECTURAL PUBLIC HISTORY CHURCHES CANADA CANADIAN DOMESTIC ANGLICAN HALIFAX CITY HFXISTORY LOCAL,