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Jon Hobbs fonds
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- Architectural drawing
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- Hobbs, Jon F.
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- 3,001 architectural drawings
- 8 photographs
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Jon F. Hobbs is an architect who worked on original projects, heritage sites as well as historic buildings in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada. During the years 1979-1983 Hobbs was a partner in the Architectural firm Turczyn and Hobbs. Between, 1983-1995 Hobbs became the principal architect for his own firm, Jon Hobbs, Architect and Planner. Hobbs graduated from Tulane University with a Bachelor of Architecture in 1972. In 1979 he obtained a Masters of Planning (Urban and Regional) from Queen's University. Since 1980 Hobbs has been a member of both the Ontario Association of Architects and the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada. Between the years, 1980-1986 Jon Hobbs was a member of the Peterborough Architectural Conservation Advisory Committee. Between 1987-1988 Hobbs held the position of Vice President of the Ontario Association of Architects and in 1986-1988 he held the position of Councillor. Hobbs also held the Design Manager position for Design West, in Nanaimo, British Columbia. Jon Hobbs also was a founding member of the Canada Green Building Council that organized, trained and administered a green building rating system in Canada. In 1991 Jon Hobbs received the award for Architectural Excellence from the Ontario Association of Architects.
The initial accession of material was received on January 23, 2009 by the Carleton University Archives and Research Collections. No further accruals are expected.
Scope and content
This fonds consists of five series. The series are as follows: Private residences; Corporate projects; Government projects; Church plans; and Miscellaneous sketches, plans, proposals.
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Generated finding aid
Architectural project plans (item level) are located in the Architectural Drawings Database.