Ernest Isbell Barott, Architect: An Introduction

Publication, June 1985

This publication offers an introductory look at the work of Ernest Isbell Barott (1884–1966), who apprenticed at McKim, Mead, and White in New York before coming to Montreal. Barott designed two of the first skyscrapers in Montreal, the Bell Telephone Company Head Office on Beaver Hall Hill and the Aldred Building on Place d’Armes.

Text by Susan Wagg
Graphic design by François Dallegret

Bilingual English-French edition
Softcover, 52 pages


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