John Albert Ewart
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|John Albert Ewart|
|Alma mater||University of Toronto|
|Buildings||Knox Presbyterian Church (Ottawa)|
Personal and Early Years
Ewart was born in Ottawa after his father's arrival in Canada. Ewart studied architecture at the University of Toronto in the 1890s.
Eward moved to Ottawa to practice with King Arnoldi in 1895 and Burritt & Meredith in 1904, and Sproatt & Rolph in 1932. His buildings are built mostly in Ottawa with a few in nearby Pembroke, Ontario and Carleton Place, Ontario.
Ewart died in 1964 in Ottawa.
List of buildings designed by Ewart include:
- Booth Building, 1910–11
- Transportation Building, 1916
- Hunter Building, 1917–20
- Metropolitan Life Building, 1924-27 (associate of Waid)
- Ottawa Electric Building, 1926–27
- Victoria Building, 1927–28
- Architect to Ottawa Collegiate Institute Board
- Knox Presbyterian Church (Ottawa) 1932
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