G. Ernest Fairweather

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G. Ernest Fairweather
Born7 November 1850
Saint John
Died16 December 1920
Saint John, New Brunswick
NationalityCanadian
OccupationArchitect
PracticeSaint John, New Brunswick

G. Ernest Fairweather was a prominent Saint John, New Brunswick architect. While also he built residential structures, he is best known for his commercial buildings.

Buildings[edit]

Saint John[edit]

  • 200 - 206 Germain Street [1]
  • 114 and 116 Wentworth Street [2]
  • Carnegie Building, one of the Carnegie libraries (1904), current home of the Saint John Arts Centre.[3][permanent dead link]
  • Seaman's Mission, 152 Prince William (1908)[www.travelphotobase.com/c/NBJ/NBJ301.HTM]
  • Old City Hall, 116 Prince William [www.travelphotobase.com/c/NBJ/NBJ272.HTM]
  • King Edward VII Memorial Bandstand (two story)(1902) [4]

Woodstock[edit]

Rothesay[edit]

Fredericton[edit]

  • 171 Chuch Street, Fredericton, a heritage designated residence designed by G. Ernst Fairweather in the Beaux Arts architectural style and built in 1906 for Dr. William Crockett contains impressive woodwork, large arched doorways, high ceilings and the City’s most stunning stained glass windows.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Building greatness". Telegraph-Journal. Archived from the original on July 8, 2011.
  2. ^ MASONRY RESTORATION OF THE OLD CIVIL ENGINEERING BUILDING, FREDERICTON CAMPUS, UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK (PDF) Archived 2004-01-19 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ http://www.dictionaryofarchitectsincanada.org/architects/view/1349 Archived 2015-02-03 at the Wayback Machine Biographic Dictionary of Architects in Canada 1800-1950 Andrew Taylor (Architect)
  4. ^ G. Ernest Fairweather Biographical Dictionary of Architects in Canada

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