Elizabeth Lalor Harding

General Information

Occupation: Architect

Birth Country: Canada

Resident City: Peterborough

Resident State/Province: New Hampshire

Resident Country: United States

Notes: Elizabeth Lalor married Carroll Harding, an American architect and moved to Weston Massachusetts. In 1958 she married George P. Carlton, and died in Peterborough New Hampshire in 1961.

Sources: Taken from a biographical sketch found in the Blanche Lemco van Ginkel collection of the IAWA.


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Employer: Office of William Lyon Somerville, Architect

State: Ontario

Country: Canada

Notes: Harding worked on residential projects

Employer: Page and Steele, Architects

City: Toronto

State: Ontario

Country: Canada

Notes: Harding worked briefly for Page and Steele and then returned to Boston Massachusetts (the records are incomplete).


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Notable Projects

Title: "Dunedin"

Description: Harding worked on the conversion of a farmhouse to a summer residence on Lake Joseph.

City: Muskoka

State: Ontario

Country: Canada

Notes: This project was published in the July issue of the 'Canadian Homes and Gardens'.

Title: Informal talk at the Art Gallery Of Toronto

Description: Lalor gave a talk about the development of a Canadian style in architecture.

City: Toronto

State: Ontario

Country: Canada


Institution: University of Toronto

Department: Architecture

Degree: Bachelor of Architecture


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