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The professional section focuses primarily on the relationships Taylor held with various private galleries and exhibitors of his work including the Klinkhoff, Kastel and Dominion Galleries in Montreal, the Roberts Gallery in Toronto as well as numerous Canadian public galleries and museums which remain repositories of Taylor's work, among them the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa. The personal section demonstrates Taylor's substantial and often life-long relationships with his family and friends, among them, artists André Bieler, Alan Harrison and Carl Allen Smart as well as Paul Wakefield and Colin Wyatt. The Fred Taylor Archive was donated to McGill University, Taylor's alma mater, in 1990 by Montreal collector John N. Mappin. The collection is the largest to date on Frederick B. Taylor and is housed in the Canadian Architecture Collection in Redpath Library Building, McGill University.
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