Elmer H. Russell fonds

Reference Code: Fonds - C 202
Title: Elmer H. Russell fonds
Date of Creation: [191-?]
Physical Description:

3 watercolours

Scope and Content:

Fonds consists of three watercolours created by the architect Elmer H. Russell while he was employed by the Ontario Department of Public Works. Two of the paintings are aerial views of Chorley Park and Government House in Toronto, Ontario. The third painting, in a wash technique, shows the main lobby of Government House in perspective, separated into four pieces.

Administrative History or Biographical Sketch:

Elmer Hemans Russell (b. 1880) was an architect who worked in Ontario between 1893 and 1937.

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Russell, Elmer H., b. 1880

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Immediate Source of Acquisition: The Elmer H. Russell fonds was donated to the Archives of Ontario by Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Williams.
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