Eric Charlesworth Clarkson (1895-1977)
Eric Charlesworth Clarkson (1895-1977) came to Victoria in and worked as an assistant to architect Samuel Maclure. After Samuel Maclure’s death in 1929, Eric Clarkson opened his own practice in Victoria, which he maintained until 1950, when he took a position as a staff architect with the provincial government Department of Public Works. He retired in 1964.
Here is a partial listing of his projects.
We have included two Eric Charlesworth Clarkson projects on this website so far:
1001 Wharf Street, built for the Army Navy & Air Force Veterans club.
836 Yates Street, built in 1936 as the Atlas Theatre. This building was been significantly changed from Eric Charlesworth Clarkson design when it was converted into an office building in 1995.
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