Toronto-Dominion Bank - Alterations and Addition
Part of:
  • McCauge & Sagan (Toronto), and John Bird, associated architects (role unspecified)
  • John Bird (archive creator)

Toronto-Dominion Bank - Alterations and Addition


1963 - 1965

Level of archival description:
File 13
Extent and medium:
  • 71 drawings including 2 reprographic copies
    16 photographs
    1 book
Scope and content:

This project series documents alterations and an addition to the Toronto-Dominion Bank building at the corner of Bleury and Saint Catherine Streets in Montréal, Québec. The project was carried out between 1963 – 1965 and the project records consist of drawings, photographs, and a book
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The records in this project series have been arranged by material type.

Montréal Island of Montréal Québec Canada


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