Susan Wagg - Sir Andrew Taylor: McGill's Late Great Victorian Architect
The James McGill Society Presents
Sir Andrew Taylor: McGill's Late Great Victorian Architect
By Susan Wagg
McGill's late-nineteenth-century campus was mainly the work of Scottish-born architect Andrew Taylor (1850-1937) who practiced in Montreal from 1883 to 1904. His relationship with the Redpath family played an important role in his career.
Susan Wagg, MFA, FRSA, is an independent architectural historian and curator. Her most recent book is The Architecture of Andrew Thomas Taylor: Montreal’s Square Mile and Beyond. Her talk will be illustrated.
ALL ARE WELCOME
JAMES McGILL SOCIETY: One Hundred and Sixty-Fifth Meeting
Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Reception: 5:00 p.m. in the Exhibition Room, Macdonald Harrington Building (School of Architecture).
Presentation: 5:30 p.m. in Room G-10.
Andrew Thomas Taylor (1850-1937).
Photographer: William Notman & Sons, 1896.
ii-116910. Courtesy of Notman Photographic Archives,
McCord Museum, Montreal.