Hooper, Thomas

HOOPER, Thomas, architect (b 1857, Devonshire, England; d 1935, Vancouver). In 1871 he immigrated to London, ON, where he worked as a joiner and apprenticed as an architect. He moved west and lived in Manitoba from 1878 to 1886, then moved to VANCOUVER, where he worked as a supervisory architect for the provincial government. In 1889 he moved to VICTORIA and entered private practice. It was Hooper, together with John TEAGUE, who was responsible for the majority of nondescript commercial...

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