Dignified and Picturesque : Redpath Library in 1893

Type of resource
Author/collaborator
Title
Dignified and Picturesque : Redpath Library in 1893
Abstract
When McGill University’s Redpath Library opened on October 31, 1893, it was only the second free-standing academic library in the country. Designed by architect Andrew Taylor (1850-1937), the building is a blend of Romanesque, Gothic and Arts and Crafts styles.
Publication
Fontanus
Volume
Vol. 6
Pages
69-84
Date
1993
Language
en
Citation
McNally, Peter F. “Dignified and Picturesque : Redpath Library in 1893.” Fontanus Vol. 6 (1993): 69–84.
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