South Edmonton

Strathearn United Church — 1959

8510 95 Avenue Designed by Patrick Campbell-Hope ArchitectOriginal Owner: Strathearn United Church Strathearn United Church is an excellent example of the ecclesiastical version of the Early Modern style prevalent at the time. The building is articulated by tall massing for

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Strathearn United Church — 1959

8510 95 Avenue Designed by Patrick Campbell-Hope ArchitectOriginal Owner: Strathearn United Church Strathearn United Church is an excellent example of the ecclesiastical version of the Early Modern style prevalent at the time. The building is articulated by tall massing for

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Latter Day Saints Stake Centre – 1960

9010 85 Street Designed by: Blakey Blakey and AscherBuilt by: Robert LitchfieldOriginal Owner: Church of the Latter Day Saints In 1941 Edmonton became the headquarters for the Western Canadian Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

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Latter Day Saints Stake Centre – 1960

9010 85 Street Designed by: Blakey Blakey and AscherBuilt by: Robert LitchfieldOriginal Owner: Church of the Latter Day Saints In 1941 Edmonton became the headquarters for the Western Canadian Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.

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St. Stephen’s United Church — 1962

10115 – 79 Street (Now First Filipino Alliance Church)  Designed by: Howard and Robert Bouey Architects Original Owner: St. Stephen’s United Church The St. Stephen’s United Church, similar to the Latter Day Saints Stake Centre, is an excellent example of International

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St. Stephen’s United Church — 1962

10115 – 79 Street (Now First Filipino Alliance Church)  Designed by: Howard and Robert Bouey Architects Original Owner: St. Stephen’s United Church The St. Stephen’s United Church, similar to the Latter Day Saints Stake Centre, is an excellent example of International

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Gold Bar School — 1958

10524 46 Street Designed by: W.W. Butchart, Edmonton Public School Board Architect Built by: Forest Construction Original Owner: Edmonton Public School Board Gold Bar School is representative of a series of standard 14-room schools built in the heart of the

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Gold Bar School — 1958

10524 46 Street Designed by: W.W. Butchart, Edmonton Public School Board Architect Built by: Forest Construction Original Owner: Edmonton Public School Board Gold Bar School is representative of a series of standard 14-room schools built in the heart of the

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Poole Residence — 1968

7230 158 Street Designed by Bittorf and Wensley Architects Built by: Ed Lusis Original Owner: John and Barbara Poole The Poole Residence, designed by Don Bittorf and James Wensley for John and Barbara Poole, is the pre-eminent example of 1960s

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Poole Residence — 1968

7230 158 Street Designed by Bittorf and Wensley Architects Built by: Ed Lusis Original Owner: John and Barbara Poole The Poole Residence, designed by Don Bittorf and James Wensley for John and Barbara Poole, is the pre-eminent example of 1960s

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