October 2, 2022

J.C. Dumaresq

Clark Building
Landmarks, History

Clark Building

At the corner of York and King streets in Fredericton stands the impressive 1899 Clark Building, designed by J.C. Dumaresq and home for many decades to this prominent Fredericton family’s various mercantile businesses. It houses a variety of offices and…

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Charlotte Street School
History, Landmarks

Charlotte Street School

The Charlotte Street School (732  Charlotte Street in Fredericton) is designated as a Protected Provincial Historic Site for its architectural qualities linked to late-19th century urban elementary schools in Canada, and for its association with noted architects H.H. Mott and…

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New Brunswick Legislature Dome
History, Landmarks

New Brunswick Legislature Dome

New Brunswick’s Legislature is considered one of Canada’s finest, designed by Saint John architect J.C Dumaresq who won the competition to replace the previous structure destroyed by a suspicious fire in 1880. J.C. Dumaresq adopted the Second Empire, the signature…

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