Ralph Berrill (1880-1955) practiced architecture in Victoria between January 1913 and September 1914 in partnership with Percy Fox. He left Victoria in September 1914 to serve in the military during World War One.

He returned to Victoria in 1919 and practiced architecture here until 1934, when he moved to Ottawa. He lived in Ottawa until his death in 1955.

Here is a partial list of his projects.

Here are the Ralph Berrill projects we have included on the site so far:

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Western side of the tenement building at 624 1/2 Fisgard Street, built in 1913 behind the Gee Tuck Tong Building

Western side of the tenement building at 624 1/2 Fisgard Street, built in 1913 by architects Ralph Berrill and Percy Fox behind the Gee Tuck Tong Building

1337 Rockland Avenue, built in 1928 for Edward & Grace Pooly by architects Ralph Berrill and Jameson Parker

1337 Rockland Avenue, built in 1928 for Edward & Grace Pooly by architects Ralph Berrill and Jameson Parker

 

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