Fonds F0001 - Joel Barrett fonds

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Joel Barrett fonds

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  • Source of title proper: Title supplied based on provenance of the fonds.

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CA MRUASC F0001

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  • 1968-1977 (Creation)
    Creator
    Joel Barrett

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35 photographs
3 p.

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(1930-2015)

Biographical history

Joel Barrett was an architect based in Calgary, Alberta and New Westminster, BC. Barrett studied architecture at the University of Manitoba and Columbia University before settling in Calgary, where he was a Design Partner with the firm Stevenson, Raines, Barrett, Hutton, and Seton. In 1989 he relocated to West Vancouver and joined CJP Architects in New Westminster, where he continued his career until retirement at the age of 79.

Custodial history

Following Joel Barrett's death in April 2015, the records passed into the custody of his son Brad Barrett.

Scope and content

Fonds documents Barrett's work as an architect with the firm Stevenson, Raines, Barrett, Hutton, Seton and Partners, particularly his work on the design of Mount Royal College's Lincoln Park Campus. The fonds consists of photographs and a paper.

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Donated by Brad Barrett in December 2015.

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The photograph linked to this description is a detail of a photograph from the Jim Cameron fonds.

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Final

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Created January 3, 2017 by PH.

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  • English

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