Item 6 - General plan for Hatley Park with annotations for power/telephone/lighting

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General plan for Hatley Park with annotations for power/telephone/lighting

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  • Architectural drawing

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CA RRU 2011.025-A-2-4-6

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1"=300' (extrapolated)

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  • 1930 - ? (Creation)
  • 1913 - ? (Creation)
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    Brett & Hall

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Photocopy. 92X63.

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Franklin Brett and George D. Hall were landscape architects from Boston known for several projects in British Columbia, notably the garden-city plans for Grand Trunk Pacific Railroad towns at Prince Rupert, Prince George, and Vanderhoof. They studied under the famous Olmsted firm. Their work with Hatley Park, between 1912 and 1916, produced a number of the landscape features that the Park is known for today, most notably the formal gardens leading off from Hatley Castle.

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November 1913 map with November 1930 additions drawn in. Underlying map is not present elsewhere in collection. Both map and annotations are important to their respective eras. 1 page; 2 copies.

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Rolled. Some wear at edges. Small, rusty stain of kind in centre of image.

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  • Map cabinet 1, Drawer 9