When Marjorie Hill graduated in 1920 as Canadaas qfirst girl architect, q she was entering a profession that had been established in Canada just 30 years earlier. For the Record, the first history of women architects in Canada, provides a fascinating introduction to early women architects, presented within the context of developments in both Europe and North America. Profiles of the women who graduated from the School of Architecture at the University of Toronto between 1920 and 1960 are illustrated with photographs of their work and include archival material that has never before been published. The final chapter on contemporary women in architecture showcases contributions by leading women architects across the country, from Halifax to Vancouver to Iqaluit. For the Record also provides current information on schools of architecture in Canada and includes a list of other resources to encourage young women who are thinking of pursuing careers in architecture.Toronto Brick Company award and RAIC Gold Medal (fourth year); Architectural Guild Bronze Medal and Darling and Pearson Prize (fifth year). 1935a1937 Worked in the interior decorating department at Eatona#39;s in Toronto. 1936 Travelled toanbsp;...
|Title||:||For the Record|
|Publisher||:||Dundurn - 2008-03-31|