Elmer H. Fisher (1840-1905) maintained an architectural practice in Victoria circa 1880 to 1905. In the 1880’s he was in partnership with William Ridgway Wilson.
Here is a partial listing of his projects.
Here are the Elmer H. Fisher projects we have included on this site so far:
- 537 Johnson Street – Louie’s Bakery, built in 1887 for Louis Wille
- 1319-1329 Douglas Street (with William Ridgway Wilson), the Craft & Norris Block, built in 1888
- 579-581 Johnson Street – (with William Ridgway Wilson), W.G. Cameron Building, built in 1888
- 537 Johnson Street, Wille’s Bakery, built in 1887 by Elmer H. Fisher for Louis Wille.
For more information on Elmer H. Fisher and other 19th and early 20th century architects and architectural history, we recommend Building The West: The Early Architects of British Columbia, edited by Donald Luxton
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