Some Important Architects And Builders In Victoria History

William Ridgway Wilson (1863-1957)

William Ridgway Wilson (1863-1957) maintained an architectural practice in Victoria from 1887, when he came to Victoria from London, U.K., until the early 1940’s. He left a significant architectural legacy in Victoria.

In 1887-1889 he was in partnership with Elmer H. Fisher (1840-1905). After 1890 he maintained his own architectural practice.

Here is a partial list of his projects from a leading Canadian architecture history website.

Here are the William Ridgway Wilson projects we have included in the site so far:

1322 Rockland Avenue

1322 Rockland Avenue, built in 1894 by William Ridgway Wilson

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St. John the Divine Anglican Church, 1611 Quadra Street. Built in 1912 by architect William Ridgway Wilson for the Anglican Church of Canada.

St. John the Divine Anglican Church, 1611 Quadra Street. Built in 1912 by architect William Ridgway Wilson for the Anglican Church of Canada.

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