90th Avenue II

Legend
* = Prominent Citizen
** = Municipal Heritage Home
*** = Provincial Historic Resource

27/ 11019 90th Avenue ** (John Fletcher McMullen's House)

New house 1914- ? by Leonard F. Toby

Modified semi-bungalow style. Very wide dormer windows at the verandahs at the front and rear. These houses represented a superior level of"builders houses". It is a survivor of a type reproduced elsewhere in Garneau but now demolished, although examples may be found elsewhere in the City & some very similar have been noted in Vancouver. John F. McMullen owned the house 1920-42. He was a prosperous businessman. He was very carefulof the maintenance & this house is perhaps the most impressive survivor of houses of this type.

  • 1915 John J. Vance
  • 1919 Marcus L. Hyde - Mining Engineer, North American Colleries
  • 1921 John F. McMullen - VP Marshall Wells Alta Co. Ltd.
  • 1942 Harvey Day Jr.& Norma
  • 1951 Frank Layton & Kay
  • 1959-70 John Fisher

28/ 11023 90th Avenue **

Built 1914

  • 1915 Fred H. Smith - Assistant Post Office Inspector, Dominion Gov't
  • 1917 Francis G. Lodge - of Lodge Piano House
  • 1921 L.D. Purdy
  • 1925 Josephus F. Philip & Evelyn
  • 1954-70 Mrs. Stella Slator

29/ 11029 90th Avenue

Built pre- 1933

  • 1933 Clyo Jackson * - Dean, St. Stephen's College
  • 1943 Alman McCallum
  • 1944 Mrs. Clyo Jackson
  • 1947 William H. Logan
  • 1951 Virginia Jackson
  • 1954 Dr. H.S. Wood
  • 1956 George F. Bruce
  • 1966 Jack A. Ordman
  • 1967 vacant
  • 1968 Lance D. White
  • 1969-70 David J. MacNaughton

30/ 11044 90th Avenue [Fuller House]

~ 1930 Built by Ernest Lorne Fuller

An example of a style & design of house popular in the late twenies. Its gabled porch may betray the Fullers' British origins. There were similar homes scattered through the better residential districts of Edmonton & other western Canadian cities. (Essentially, good "builders homes") Not designed by architects.

  • 1930 Ernest. L. Fuller - Chief Inspector of Schools, Prov. Gov't.
  • 1945-69 Mrs. Anna C. Fuller
  • 1970 vacant

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