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Digitized Architectural Plans

The following selection of architectural plans have been digitized from the holdings of the Public Archives and Records Office. Many of these properties are still standing today and several are registered historic places. Where available, links to the property descriptions in the PEI Historic Places database have been added to this page. To access these descriptons, simply follow the PEI Historic Places link under the property listing. A brief description of each plan on this page can be seen by hovering over the thumbnail images. Click on the thumbnails to see larger versions of the plans.

For more information about these or other architectural plans, please contact the Archives by email or phone at (902) 368-4290.


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Alberton

Alberton Train Station
Chappell & Hunter, 1904.
Acc3607/File 2
PEI Historic Places description
Alberton Train Station, Acc3607/2-1  

Cardigan

Mrs. James P. McNichol residence
Chappell & Hunter, 1919.
Acc3607/File 120
Mrs. James P. McNichol residence, exterior elevations, Acc3607/120-3 Mrs. James P. McNichol residence, first and second level floor plans, Acc3607/120-1 Mrs. James P. McNichol residence, basement and attic plans, Acc3607/120-2 Mrs. James P. McNichol residence, garage elevations and floor plans, Acc3607/120-5  

Charlottetown

34 Ambrose Street, Chappell House
Chappell & Hunter, ca. 1930.
Acc3607/File 199
PEI Historic Places description
Floor plan for Chappell House, Ambrose Street, Acc3607/199-1
 
Brighton Road, Mr. Reddin residence
Chappell & Hunter, 1915.
Acc3607/File 147
Mr. Reddin residence, front elevation, floor plans, and plan of street, Acc3607/147-1 Mr. Reddin residence,  detail of front elevation and floor plans, Acc3607/147-1a Mr. Reddin residence, floor plans and elevations, Acc3607/147-2 Mr. Reddin residence, detail of front elevation, Acc3607/147-2a
 
Charlottetown City Hall, addition
Chappell & Hunter, 1916.
Acc3607/File 111
PEI Historic Places description
Charlottetown City Hall addition, Acc3607/111-1
 
11 Churchill Avenue, W. H. Tidmarsh residence
Chappell & Hunter, ca. 1915.
Acc3607/File 151
PEI Historic Places description
W. H. Tidmarsh residence, floor plans, west and south elevations, Acc3607/151-1 H. Tidmarsh residence, floor plans, Acc3607/151-2
 
Dalton Hall, St. Dunstan's University/University of Prince Edward Island
Chappell & Hunter, 1917.
Acc3607/File 109
PEI Historic Places description
Dalton Hall, west elevation, Acc3607/109-13 Dalton Hall, attic plan, Acc3607/109-7
 
Government House
Isaac Smith, 1834.
Floor plan, 1856.
Acc3466/HF72.41.3
PEI Historic Places description
Government House, second level floor plan, Acc3466/HF72.41.3
 
15 Grafton Street, J. M. Hunter residence
Chappell & Hunter, ca. 1915.
Acc3607/File 71
PEI Historic Places description
15 Grafton Street, first and second floor plans, Acc3607/71-1
 
70 Grafton Street, Rogers Hardware Co., store additions
Chappell & Hunter, 1921.
Acc3607/File 171
PEI Historic Places description
Rogers Hardware Co., partial front elevation, Acc3607/171-1 Rogers Hardware Co., interior elevation to the south wall, Acc3607/171-2 Rogers Hardware Co., detail of company logo, Acc3607/171-2a
 
131 Grafton Street, store for D. Gordon
Chappell & Hunter, 1890 and 1892.
Acc3607/File 46
PEI Historic Places description
D. Gordon, store building, Acc3607/46-1
 
37 Kensington Road / PEI Hospital
Chappell & Hunter, 1940.
Acc3607/File 58
PEI Historic Places description
Plan for PEI Hospital, Kensignton Road, west and back elevations, Acc3607/58-3 Plan for PEI Hospital, Kensignton Road, front elevation, Acc3607/58-2 Plan for PEI Hospital, Kensignton Road, south elevation, Acc3607/58-5 Plan for PEI Hospital, Kensignton Road, north east elevation, Acc3607/58-4
 
218 Kent Street / The Dutchess of Kent Inn / MacKay residence, alterations
Chappell & Hunter, 1935.
Acc3607/File 137
PEI Historic Places description
Proposed alterations to residence of Col. MacKay, Acc3607/137
 
97-99 North River Road, A. E. Duff residence
Chappell & Hunter, 1916.
Acc3607/File 102
PEI Historic Places description
Duff house, west and south elevations, attic, basement, and cross-section plans, Acc3607/102-1 Duff house, north and east elevations and floor plans, Acc3607/102-5
 
78 Prince Street, Trinity Church and Heartz Hall alterations
Chappell & Hunter, 1910, 1927, 1930, 1935, 1936, 1941, 1942.
Acc3607/File 74
PEI Historic Places description
Trinity Church, proposed memorial window, Acc3607/74-39.93 Proposed alterations to Trinity Church, front elevation, Acc3607/74-39.97 Proposed alterations to Trinity Church, front elevation, Acc3607/74-39.96 Sketch for remodelled Trinity Church, Acc3607/74-39.87
Plan showing the misaligned columns under Trinity Church gallery, Acc3607/74-39.92 Benjamin Heartz Memorial Hall, Acc3607/74-39.99 Benjamin Heartz Hall basement plan, Acc3607/74-39.100 Floor plan, Heartz Hall additions, Acc3607/74-39.111
  Heartz Hall rear and south elevations, Acc3607/74-39.106 Heartz Hall ceiling plan, Acc3607/74-39.108 Turrets, Trinity Church, Acc3607/74-39.98 Proposed alternations to front elevation, Trinity Church, Acc3607/74-39.102  
Province House
Isaac Smith, [1837?].
Acc2455
PEI Historic Places description
Colonial Building exterior plan, sheet 1, Acc2455/1-1 Colonial Building exterior plan, sheet 2, Acc2455/1-2 Colonial Building exterior plan, sheet 3, Acc2455/1-3
 
Queen and Richmond Streets, store
Chappell & Hunter, 1941.
Acc3607/File 87
Store, Richmond and Queen Street elevations, Acc3607/87-1 Store, basement and first floor plan, Acc3607/87-2 Store, Queen Street elevation and first floor plan, Acc3607/87-3
 
126-128, 132 Richmond Street, "Brown Block"
Phillips & Chappell, ca.1884.
Acc3452/4
PEI Historic Places description - 126-128 Richmond
PEI Historic Places description - 132 Richmond
Brown Block, Richmond Street, Acc3452/4
 
220 Richmond Street, Trinity Church manse
Chappell & Hunter, 1910.
Acc3607/File 174
PEI Historic Places description
Residence for First Methodist Church, floor plans, Acc3607/174-1 Residence for First Methodist Church, front, back, and side elevations, Acc3607/174-2
 
Mrs. T. A. Campbell, summer residence
Chappell & Hunter, 1937.
Acc3607/File 65
Plan of summer residence for Mrs. T. A. Campbell, Acc3607/65-1
 

Summerside

193 Fitzroy Street, proposed MacLennan-Hunt House
W. C. Harris, 1876.
Acc33466/HF73.102
Exterior for residence for R. A. Hunt, Acc3466/HF73.102.8 Plan of grounds, residence for R. A. Hunt, Acc3466/HF73.102.5 First and ground floor plans, residence for R. A. Hunt, Acc3466/HF73.102.3 Basement plan and cross section, residence for R. A. Hunt, Acc3466/HF73.102.2
  Verandah, residence for R. A. Hunt, Acc3466/HF73.102.7 Bay window, residence for R. A. Hunt, Acc3466/HF73.102.9 Exterior framing, residence for R. A. Hunt, Acc3466/HF73.102.22 Doors, residence for R. A. Hunt, Acc3466/HF73.102.14
  Interior framing, residence for R. A. Hunt, Acc3466/HF73.102.13 Windows and eaves, residence for R. A. Hunt, Acc3466/HF73.102.20 Dormer windows over kitchen, residence for R. A. Hunt, Acc3466/HF73.102.21 Signature of architect W. C. Harris, detail from plan of residence for R. A. Hunt, Acc3466/HF73.102.2c  

Valleyfield

Valleyfield Church, memorial panel
Chappell & Hunter, 1919.
Acc3607/File 190
Valleyfield Church Memorial Panel, Acc3607/190-52 Valleyfield Church Memorial Panel, Acc3607/190-53


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