Glen Flora Plan: 0149.0002

Glen Flora Plan
0149.0002

0149.0002: Glen Flora Plan

This illustration of the "Glen Flora" plan is taken from a 1909 book of house plans and basic carpentry. It was used as the inspiration for the building of the exceptional Tower House (aka Parkin Manor) in Cranbrook, BC. The illustration shows the house as a wooden structure, although the final building was of brick imported from Sandpoint, Idaho. The porch was also streamlined and constructed in a more simple, classical fashion.

Medium:  Ephemera - Image
Date:  Circa 1910
Source:  CBK 1976.037.002 Original copy held in the Cranbrook History Centre Archives
Collection:  Cranbrook Archives (0149)

Keywords:

house plan

This resource has been referenced to the following resources:

(0141-0032) Parkin Residence in Cranbrook, 1976

Subjects:

People arrow Parkinarrow
Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Buildings arrow Residential Homesarrow
Cities arrow Cranbrookarrow
Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Buildings arrow Residential Homes arrow Parkin Manorarrow
Cities arrow Cranbrook arrow Buildings arrow Residential Homes arrow Tower Housearrow

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