Pattison, Eric oral history interview

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Date created: 
2014-03
Keywords: 
land use planning
Fraser River
heritage restoration
architecture
Abstract: 

Eric Pattison is an architect. He owns Pattison Architecture, a firm located in New Westminster. This interview is primarily concerns Pattison’s work restoring two of New Westminster’s historically significant buildings: the Columbia Theatre and the BC Electric Railway depot (currently occupied by the Salvation Army store). His firm has done historic work on the Brooklyn Pub, the Queens Hotel, the Bank of Montreal, and the Trapp and Holbrook condominium project. Pattison is a resident of New Westminster who moved to the city in 1989 from Victoria.The interview was conducted as part of History 461 – Oral History Practicum at Simon Fraser University. The sound level of the recording is extremely low, making the interview difficult to hear.

Language: 
English
Document type: 
Audio
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Interview with Eric Pattison
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