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              CA EDM MS-1178-EA-784-1281 · Item · 7 November 2012 (18:02:29)
              Part of Chris Bruun fonds

              Aerial view taken from 104 Avenue and 120 Street looking southeast across Oliver towards Jasper Avenue; includes Peace Garden Park and Edmonton Academy on Jasper Avenue, low rise buildings on 119 Street and condos on or near Jasper Avenue in the backgroun

              CA EDM MS-1178-EA-784-1280 · Item · 7 November 2012 (17:08:19)
              Part of Chris Bruun fonds

              Aerial view taken from 104 Avenue and 120 Street looking directly down to the street; includes homes (10315 and 10311 - 120 Street) and partial of Cedar Village (10305 - 120 Street).

              CA EDM MS-1178-EA-784-1279 · Item · 7 November 2012 (17:08:19)
              Part of Chris Bruun fonds

              Aerial view taken from 104 Avenue and 120 Street looking directly down to the street; includes homes (10315 and 10311 - 120 Street) and partial of Cedar Village (10305 - 120 Street).

              William Blakey Residence
              CA EDM RG-21-2-3-EA-792-59 · Item · 2008
              Part of City of Edmonton. Parks and Recreation Department fonds

              13526 - 101 Avenue. William Blakey was one of Edmonton's most influential architects. He arrived in Edmonton in 1907 following his brother and fellow architect, Richard to the rapidly growing city. While Richard rose to become Provincial Architect from 1912 to 1924, William worked mostly in private practice.
              He designed this house for his family in 1946 to reflect his advocacy of slab grade construction and other innovations in construction methods and materials. It features a symmetrical plan with a flat roof, large overhanging eaves, corner windows, and unornamented wall surfaces. These are all characteristic of the International style.

              William Blakey Residence
              CA EDM RG-21-2-3-EA-792-60 · Item · 2008
              Part of City of Edmonton. Parks and Recreation Department fonds

              13526 - 101 Avenue. William Blakey was one of Edmonton's most influential architects. He arrived in Edmonton in 1907 following his brother and fellow architect, Richard to the rapidly growing city. While Richard rose to become Provincial Architect from 1912 to 1924, William worked mostly in private practice.
              He designed this house for his family in 1946 to reflect his advocacy of slab grade construction and other innovations in construction methods and materials. It features a symmetrical plan with a flat roof, large overhanging eaves, corner windows, and unornamented wall surfaces. These are all characteristic of the International style.