Election of Frank Findlay to the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada

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Transcript of a cutting from an unknown news reporting the election of Frank Findlay to the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada. 

 

Architect paid High Tribute
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F. R. Findlay Elected
To Fellowship in
Royal Institute

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F. R. Findlay, well-known local architect and member of the firm of Robert and F. R. Findlay, has been elected to Fellowship in the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, it was learned here today.
Born in Montreal, Mr. Findlay was educated at Westmount Academy and took his architectural course at the University of Pennsylvania at Philadelphia.
Graduating in 1912., he practised his profession, in Montreal until the outbreak of the Great War when he enlisted and served overseas until the cessation of hostilities.
On his return to Canada he resumed the practice with his father, Robert Findlay, under the name of Robert and F. R. Findlay and is still practicing under that name.
During his years in Montreal, Mr. Findlay has designed many public and industrial buildings, as well as a large number of large private homes in the province, among the first named being the Westmount City Hall and Westmount Library.
Mr. Findlay is married and resides at 732 Lexington avenue, Westmount.