Warren Heywood Williams (1844-1888) trained as an architect in San Francisco and based his architectural practice in Portland, Oregon. He designed two notable buildings in Victoria, B.C.: the Bank of British Columbia (now the Bard & Banker Pub) at 1022 Government Street, and Craigdarroch Castle.
For more information on Warren Heywood Williams, see:
- Architecture of Portland, Oregon – Wikipedia
- Warren Heywood Williams – Wikipedia
- Oregon Encyclopedia (note:PDF)
- Vintage Portland
We also recommend Building The West: Early Architects of British Columbia, edited by Donald Luxton as an additional source of information on William Heywood Williams and other late 19th and early 20th century B.C. architects.
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