Collection MS 37

Norman Moffatt COLLECTION

Mr. Moffatt was a Renfrew Architect.
His father Samuel Moffatt, operated a lumber business in Renfrew until about 1905

Description of papers:
Documents and newspapers relating to the Moffatt family – Samuel, Norman, Olive, and her husband, Harry Walker and other family members. These papers were purchased by Marjorie Lindsay for Heritage Renfrew at an auction of household effects owned by Olive and Harry Walker at their residence, 94 Argyle St. N., Renfrew, formerly the Moffatt family home.

Box File
1 1 Family letters 1876-1898
2 Moffatt Family and Home – 94 Argyle St. N. 1933-1970
3 Plan for storm sash for Moffatt home (94 Argyle St. N.)
4 Marker Contract – Saskatoon (re: Robert Moffatt)
Contract of building tombstone for Robert Moffatt 1882-1965
5 Clippings – Ottawa Journal column by Charlotte Whitton re: Moffatt & Co
Collected by Harry Walker
2 Ledger – Moffatt & Co. (Wm Moffatt) 1872-1873 (small black)
Ledger – Moffatt & Co. 1874-1875 (small black)
Ledger – Moffatt & Co. 1890-1897 (brown)
Ledger – Moffatt & Co. 1900-1903 (red)
114 Sets of architectural plans of Renfrew Buildings 1934-1954 received from National Archives of Canada in 1987
9 Maps – Lanark & Renfrew Counties. 1921-1951
(located in Architectural Plans & Drawings cabinet)
2 Boxes of files, mainly Renfrew, donated to Cartographic and Architectural Division NAC in 1987 and 1991
See also MS18-2-P11 – Judy Anderson Collection