George Wood’s home (1900s) – Hutchinson & Wood.
HUTCHISON & WOOD:
Among (Wood’s) projects, designed independently or in partnership, are the Redpath Museum, McGill University; Erskine Church; Strathcona house; and Macdonald College, Montreal. In 1877, he formed a partnership with A. D. Steele, a British architect who then lived in Canada. They practised together under the name of Hutchison & Steele until 1890. In 1890 Steele retired, and Hutchison formed a partnership with his eldest son, William B. Hutchison and his son-in-law, George W. Wood, to form the firm Hutchison & Wood.
Alfred Hawksworth, Manager Merchant Cotton Company (1900s). In partnership with four other companies formed Dominion Textiles (1905). The company, located in St. Henri, was the second largest Canadian cotton mill.
J. A. Hardisty’s home (1900s) – Manager E. B. Eddy Co. (pulp & paper company – now owned by Domtar Inc.)
Rev. J. Empson, Canon, Christ Church Cathedral (1900s)
Sheldon H.Stone (1900s). Grand Trunk Railroads agent.
New copper weather vane – Melville Avenue.
New hydro poles stored in Westmount Park.
Children enjoying the sleigh rides during Westmount’s winter carnival.
Sleigh rides during Westmount’s annual winter carnival.
A perfectly groomed outdoor skating rink landscaped with recycled Christmas trees. I have never seen anyone using it.