Provincial Parliament Building, Edmonton, 1912
Municipal Hospital, Mannville, 1919
Edmonton Exhibition, Women's Building, 1919
Power Generating Station, Calgary, 1921
Court House, Blairmore, 1923
|Government House, Edmonton|
William George Blakey was born in Sunderland in 1885 and he learned his trade there and then followed his brother to Canada in 1907. He took a job in his brother’s department but left in 1909. After the war, William started off on his own and then in 1925 joined ranks with his brother. He married in Edmonton in 1914 and died in 1975.
|Masonic Temple, 1931|
|Philip Coles Palin|
Philip Coles Palin was born in Collingwood in 1871. He moved to Toronto in 1889 where he became a draftsman for Gordon & Helliwell and in 1894 he was employed by the House & Land Investment Co. as a draftsman. In 1897 he had left Toronto and opened an office in Rat Portage (now Kenora), but then returned to Toronto in 1898 and in 1899 he joined the office of Charles J. Gibson as draftsman. Sometime in 1900 he moved back to Collingwood and opened an office under his own name, and continued to work there until 1924. He married Beatrice Harris in Collingwood in 1901. Philip and Beatrice went on to have five children.
Minnesota Street, residence for W. Bryan, 1900-01
All Saints Anglican Church, a Parish Hall for the church, 1911
|Federal Building, Collingwood|