The Graham House, 1907

The two semi-detached houses at 1327 and 1329 Queen Street East were built by William J. Hewitt in 1906 for John Coatsworth Graham, a prominent ice and coal dealer and prize winning athlete whose son, Emerson sat in City council and whose daughter, Ella Maud married the well known brick manufacturer John Raphael Price. The houses are widely admired and feature decorative stained glass windows in the street views and in the side bays.

The Graham House, along with the Booth Four-plexes will be demolished to build a large condominium complex on the site.

SIZE:

12.75″ X 16.5″

MEDIUM:

watercolour

ORIGINAL

$1800

GICLÉE:

$330