London and Lancashire Life Building, Montreal

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The London and Lancashire Life Building was built in 1898 by the architect Edward Maxwell for the London and Lancashire Life Association of Scotland.[1][2] The Beaux-Arts structure was later used as the head office for Lord Beaverbrook, the New Brunswick-born magnate and later Minister of Supply under Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Old Montreal Web site
  2. ^ "London and Lancashire Life Assurance Company, Office Building(4/1898-4/1899)". Canadian Architecture Collecion. McGill University. Retrieved 18 August 2017.

Further reading[edit]

  • Rémillard, François, Old Montreal - A Walking Tour, Ministère des Affaires culturelles du Québec, 1992

Coordinates: 45°30′12″N 73°33′31″W / 45.5033°N 73.5586°W / 45.5033; -73.5586