Fonds C 25
423 architectural drawings
19 centimetres of textual records
1 volume of textual records
26 black and white and colour sketches
Fonds consists of personal and professional records of Toronto architect Jack Ryrie. This includes work done for various architectural firms, including Saunders and Ryrie, Mathers and Haldenby, and Allward and Gouinlock.
Personal records include certificates, diaries, notebooks and sketches and paintings, in a variety of media, created while living in Toronto as well as while traveling and studying in Europe, the Middle East and Egypt.
Fonds also includes records relating to Ryrie's purchase, restoration and occupation of the Toronto residence named "Whitehall".
Photographic records document family and friends, Whitehall, travels and historic buildings of Ontario
Jack Ryrie (1903-1988) was a Toronto architect who was a founding partner in the firm of Saunders and Ryrie.
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Accession numbers: 10601, 13842, 42516, 48399.
D1802 to D1833
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|Reference Code||Series Title|
|C 25-1||Architectural and business records created or collected by Jack Ryrie|
|C 25-2||Jack Ryrie personal memorabilia|
|C 25-3||Records relating to Jack Ryrie's 1926 trip to Europe, the Middle East and Egypt|
|C 25-4||Records relating to the Jack Ryrie home, "Whitehall"|
|C 25-5||Jack Ryrie personal, professional and family photographs|