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G. Ernest Fairweather : biography

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G. Ernest Fairweather was a prominent Saint John, New Brunswick architect. While also he built residential structures, he is best known for his commercial buildings.

Buildings

Saint John

  • 200 - 206 Germain Street
  • 114 and 116 Wentworth Street
  • Carnegie Building, one of the Carnegie libraries (1904), current home of the Saint John Arts Centre.
  • Seaman's Mission, 152 Prince William (1908)[www.travelphotobase.com/c/NBJ/NBJ301.HTM]
  • Old City Hall, 116 Prince William [www.travelphotobase.com/c/NBJ/NBJ272.HTM]
  • King Edward VII Memorial Bandstand (two story)(1902)

Woodstock

  • L. P. Fisher Public Library

Rothesay

  • Memorial Chapel, Rothesay Netherwood School (1923) F. DeLancey Robinson also

Fredericton

  • Old Civil Engineering Building at the University of New Brunswick Fredericton Campus (1900)
  • Gymnasium at the University of New Brunswick Fredericton Campus (1906)

http://www.dictionaryofarchitectsincanada.org/architects/view/1349 Biographic Dictionary of Architects in Canada 1800-1950 Andrew Taylor (Architect)

File:Christchurch-fredericton-nb-canada-1909.jpeg|Christ Church Cathedral (Fredericton) alterations (1907). He made alterations to Bottreaux House for Bishop John A. Richardson (1907).www.dictionaryofarchitectsincanada.org/architects/view/1564 G. Ernest Fairweather

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