PERSONAL AND COLLABORATIVE PUBLICATIONS

P1.* TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY. "Laconia: I. The Mediaeval Fortresses. II. Excavations at Sparta, 1906, #12, The Roman Stoa and the Later Fortifications." Annual of the British School at Athens 12 (Session 1905/06, London: 1906): 259-276, 415-430, Plates II-VI, VIII.3; reprint ed. Excavations at Sparta, 1906 [London: British School at Athens, 1906] meas. drwgs., map, photos., plans.
P2.* "Mediaeval Fortresses of the North-Western Peloponnesus." Annual of the British School at Athens 13 (Session 1906/07, London: 1907): 268-281, Plates VIII-IX. meas. drwg., photos, plans
P3. "Architectural Irregularities in Byzantine Churches" JRIBA ser. 3, 15, no.3 (7 Dec. 1907): 90-91.
P4.* WACE, A.J.B. and TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY. "The Base of the Obelisk of Theodosius," Journal of Hellenic Studies 29 (1909): 60-69. meas. drwgs., photos., plan, port.
P5.* TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY. "Laconia: The Churches of Western Mani." Annual of the British School at Athens 15 (Session 1908/09, London: 1909): 177-213, Plates XI-XVIII. meas. drwgs., map, photos, plan.
P6.* FFOULKES, CHARLES J. "On Italian Armour from Chalcis in the Ethnological Museum at Athens." Archaeologia 62, pt. II (1912): 381-390. Plates LII-LV; reprint ed. Oxford: Printed for Horace Hart for the Society of Antiquaries, London, 1911. dwgs; photos. to scale.
    Based on photographs, notes and measurements by Ramsay Traquair. Read to the Society of Antiquaries of London, February 2, 1911.
P7.* VAN MILLINGEN, ALEXANDER; TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY; GEORGE, W.S.; and HENDERSON, A.E. Byzantine Churches in Constantinople: Their History and Architecture. London: Macmillan and Co., 1912; reprint ed., London: Variorum Reprints, 1974. (Variorium Reprint B15). meas. drwgs., maps, photos., plans.
    Ramsay Traquair was responsible for Chapter 1 "Byzantine Architecture" and for the architectural descriptions of most of the churches as well as for a good number of the drawings (Preface). See reviews S1-S6.
P8. TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY. "Art-School Teaching." JRIBA ser. 3, 19, no.5 (13 Jan. 1912): 182.
    A review of Should We Stop Teaching Art? by C.R. Ashbee (London: B.T. Batsford, 1911).
P9.* "The Appreciation of Art." JRIBA ser. 3, 20, no.1 (9 Nov. 1912): 11-17.
    Text of the address delivered at the Royal College of Art, Edinburgh, October 1911.
P10. "The Artist and the Public (to the Unsuccesful Artist and the Inartistic Public." Le Nigog (fév. 1918): 69-77.
P11. "The Value of Art in National Life." Montreal Daily Star, 14 December 1918, p. 17; 18 January 1919, p. 15.
    Part of the series "Canada in the Building.".
P12. "Industrial Housing and City Planning." Montreal Daily Star, 1 February 1919, p. 15; 15 February 1919, p. 14.
    Part of the series "Canada in the Building."
P13. "Free verse and the Parthenon." Canadian Bookman n.s. 1, no.2 (April 1919): 23-26. photos.
P14. "The Duel in Hamlet." Canadian Bookman n.s. 1, no.3 (July 1919): 23-25. drwgs.
P15. "Architecture and Democracy." Canadian Bookman n.s. 1, no.4 (Oct. 1919): 11-12.
    A review of Architecture and Democracy, republished essays by Claude Bragdon (New York: A.A. Knopf, 1918).
P16. "The Education of an Architect." Construction 12, no.10 (Oct. 1919): 315-317.
    Text of the address delivered to the Joint Meeting of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, and the Ontario Association of Architects, Toronto, October 3, 1919.
P17. "The Royal Canadian Academy." Canadian Forum 1, no.3 (Dec. 1920): 83-85.
    A review of the 42nd Annual Exhibition of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, Montreal, 18 November 1920 to 18 December 1920 (AAM. 59th Annual Report 1920, p. 28).
P18. "The Ideals of the Community Theatre." Canadian Bookman n.s. 3, no.3 (Sept. 1921): 25-28.
P19. "Drama and Life." Canadian Bookman n. s. 4, no.3 (Feb. 1922): 6-7, 9.
P20. "The Caste System of North America." Atlantic 131 (March 1923): 417-423.
P21. "The Canadian Type." Atlantic 131 (June 1923): 820-826.
P22. "Women and Civilization." Atlantic 132 (Sept. 1923): 289-296.
P23.* "Frankish Architecture in Greece." JRIBA ser. 3, 31, nos. 2-3 (24 Nov. 1923; 8 Dec. 1923): 33-48, 73-86; reprint ed. London: Byzantine Research and Publication Fund, 1923. meas. drwgs., photos., plans.
P24.* " 'Art Teaching' and Drawing in Schools." Teacher's Magazine 6, no.21 (April 1924): 13-15; reprint ed. Montreal: MUP ser. I (Addresses and Lectures) no.7, n.d.
P25. "The Commonwealth of the Atlantic." Atlantic 133 (May 1924): 602-608.
P26a. "Man's Share in Civilization." Atlantic 134 (Oct. 1924): 502-508.
P26b. "Parte que incumbe al hombre en la civilizacion." Inter-América 9, no.3 (sept. 1925): 228-236.
    A translation of "Man's Share in Civilization," directed at Spanish America.
P27. "The Coming Commonwealth of the Pacific." Scribner's Magazine 76, no.5 (Nov. 1924): 459-465.
P28.* "The Old Architecture of the Province of Quebec." JRAIC 2, no.1 (Jan.-Feb. 1925): 25-30; reprint ed. Montreal: MUP ser. XIII (Art and Architecture) no. 1, 1925. meas. drwgs., photos, plan.
P29.* "The Buildings of McGill University." JRAIC 2, no.2 (March-April 1925): 45-63; reprint ed. The Buildings of McGill University, Montreal: MUP ser. XIII (Art and Architecture) no.2, 1925. meas. drwgs., map, photos., plans.
P30.* "The Cottages of Quebec." Canadian Homes and Gardens 3, no.1 (Jan. 1926): 13-14, 58, 60, 65; reprint ed., with additions, Montreal: MUP ser. XIII (Art and Architecture) no. 5, 1926. drwgs., photos., plans.
    Photographs only in Canadian Homes and Gardens.
P31.* "Art and Life: The Influence of the Classics." Teacher's Magazine 8, no. 30 (Feb. 1926): 16-19; reprint ed. Montreal: MUP ser. XIII (Art and Architecture) no. 6, 1926.
    Text of the address entitled "The Influence of the Classics in Art" delivered to the [Quebec] Provincial Association of Protestant Teachers, 61st Annual Convention, Montreal, 9 October 1925.
P32. "The Modesty of Man." Atlantic 137 (April 1926): 448-454.
P33.* TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY, and BARBEAU, C.M. "The Church of Sainte Famille, Island of Orleans, Que.". JRAIC 3, no.3 (May-June 1926): 105-118; reprint ed. Montreal: MUP ser. XIII (Art and Architecture) no. 13, 1926. meas. drwgs., photos., plans.
    The historical material was supplied by C.M. Barbeau, and includes a chronology and a list of documents consulted.
P34.* TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY. "The Planning of European Cities." Town Planning, Ottawa, 5, no. 4 (Aug. 1926): 13-17; reprint ed. The Planning of Three European Cities, Montreal: MUP ser. XIII (Art and Architecture) no. 9, 1926.
P35. "Mural Decoration." JRAIC 3, no.5 (Sept.- Oct. 1926): 183-191. photos.
P36.* TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY, and BARBEAU, C.M. "The Church of St. Francois de Sales, Island of Orleans, Quebec." JRAIC 3, no.5 (Sept. -Oct. 1926): 201-211; reprint ed. Montreal: MUP ser. XIII (Art and Architecture) no. 14, 1926. meas. drwgs., photos, plans.
    The historical material was supplied by C.M. Barbeau, and includes a chronology and a list of documents consulted.
P37.* TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY, and ADAIR, E.R. "The Church of the Visitation -- Sault-au-Récollet, Québec." JRAIC 4, no. 12 (Dec. 1927): 436-450; reprint ed. Montreal: MUP ser. XIII (Art and Architecture) no. 18, 1927. meas. drwgs., photos., plan.
    The excerpts from the Church Records were made by Miss Beatrice Lyman. There is a chronology as well as a list of the documents consulted. The measured architectural drawings were made by M. Louis Parent and Mr. Albert Macduff, travelling scholars of the Province of Quebec Association of Architects.
P38.* TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY. "The Origin of the Pendentive." JRIBA ser. 3, 35, no.6 (28 Jan. 1928): 185-187; reprint ed. Montreal: MUP ser. XIII (Art and Architecture) no. 20, 1928. meas. drwg.
    See review S10
P39.* "Old Churches and Church Carving in the Province of Quebec." JRIBA ser.3, 35, no.8 (25 Feb. 1928): 2472-62; reprint ed. Montreal: MUP ser. XIII (Art and Architecture) no. 19, 1928. meas. drwgs., photos., plan.
P40. "Architectural Education." JRAIC 5, no.4 (April 1928): 116, 122. Text of the address delivered at the 21st Annual Meeting of the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada, Ottawa, February 17, 1928.
P41. "Old Cottages of Quebec." House Beautiful 63 (May 1928): 612-613, 649-650, 652-654, 656. drwg., photos.
P42. "Montreal." Canadian Forum 8, no. 93 (June 1928): 677-680
P43.* TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY, and BARBEAU, C.M. "The Church of Saint Pierre, Island of Orleans, Quebec." JRAIC 6, no.2 (Feb. 1929): 52-64; reprint ed. Montreal: MUP ser. XIII (Art and Architecture) no. 22, 1929. meas. drwgs., photos., plan.
    The historical material was supplied by Marius Barbeau and includes a chronology and a list of documents consulted. The drawings were made by students of the School of Architecture of McGill University in 1926.
P44. TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY. "A Regiment of Women; A Plea for Equal Treatment." Atlantic 143 (March 1929): 343-351.
P45.* "A Library of Fine Arts." Library Journal 54, no.7 (1 April, 1929): 283-287; reprint ed. Montreal: MUP ser. VII (Library) no. 17, 1929.
    Text of the lecture delivered to the students of the McGill University Library School on Wednesday, 21 March, 1928.
P46.* TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY, and BARBEAU, C.M. "The Church of Saint Jean, Island of Orleans, Quebec." JRAIC 6, no.6 (June 1929): 223-232; reprint ed. Montreal: MUP ser. XIII (Art and Architecture) no. 23, 1929. meas. drwgs., photos., plans.
    The historical material was supplied by Marius Barbeau and includes a list of documents. The drawings were made by students of the School of Architecture, McGill University in 1926.
P47.* TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY. "The Chapel of Mgr. Olivier Briand in the Seminary of Quebec." JRAIC 6, no. 12 (Dec. 1929): 433-438; reprint ed. Montreal: MUP ser. XIII (Art and Architecture) no. 25, 1930. meas. drwgs., photos.
P48.* "The Panelled Room in the Presbytery of the Basilica, Quebec." JRAIC 7, no.2 (Feb. 1930): 48-50; reprint ed. Montreal: MUP ser. XIII (Art and Architecture) no. 26, 1930. meas. drwg., photos.
    The cover title of the reprint edition is The Presbytery of the Basilica at Quebec.
P49.* "No. 92 St. Peter Street, Quebec; A Merchant's House of the XVIII Century." JRAIC 7, nos. 5, 7 (May and July 1930): 166-172, 264-271; reprint ed. Montreal: MUP ser. XIII (Art and Architecture) no. 27, 1930. meas. drwgs., photos., plans.
    The drawings were made in part by students of the School of Architecture at McGill University.
P50.* "The Huron Mission Church and Treasure of Notre Dame de la Jeune Lorette, Quebec." JRAIC 7, nos. 9, 11 (Sept. and Nov. 1930): 337-345, 415-421: reprint ed. Montreal: MUP ser. XIII (Art and Architecture) no. 28, 1930. meas. drwgs., drwgs., photos., plans.
    The "treasures" include old silver and altar frontals.
P51.* TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY, and NEILSON, G.A. "The Architecture of the Hôpital Général, Quebec." JRAIC 8, nos. 2, 4, 7, 8 (Feb., April, July and August 1931): 61-69, 160-166, 271-281, 290-293; reprint ed. Montreal: MUP ser. XIII (Art and Architecture) no. 31, 1931. meas. drwgs., photos., plans.
    All of the architectural drawings are the work of Ramsay Traquair. The last section deals exclusively with furniture. The plans show the building complex in 1685 and 1785.
P52.* TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY. "The Old Architecture of French Canada." Queen's Quarterly 38 (Autumn 1931): 589-608; reprint ed. Montreal: MUP ser. XIII (Art and Architecture) no. 34, 1932.
P53.* TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY, and ADAIR, E.R. "The Church of Ste. Jeanne Françoise de Chantal on the Ile Perrot, Quebec." JRAIC 9, nos. 5, 6 (May and June 1932): 124-131, 147-152; reprint ed. Montreal: MUP ser. XIII (Art and Architecture) no. 35, 1932. meas. drwgs., photos., plan.
    The excerpts from the parish and other records were made by Eleanor S. Wardleworth. The measured drawings were made by Mr. R.C. Betts for the travelling scholarship of the Province of Quebec Association of Architects, in 1927.
P54. TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY. "The Cottages of Quebec." Seigneur 3, no.7 (Dec. 1932): 24-28. drwgs.
    The sketches are by P. Roy Wilson and A.E. Elias. P. Roy Wilson is the author of The Beautiful Old Houses of Quebec (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1975). A French edition is available under the title Les Belles Vieilles Demeures du Québec (Montréal: Hurtubise HMH, 1977).
P55. "The Coat-of-Arms of McGill University." Old McGill 36 (1933): 24-25, 334. illus.
    The illustrations include the old and modern types of University bookplate, the modern one having been designed by Ramsay Traquair and approved for use in 1920/21 (G.R. Lomer. Report of the Library Committee for the year 1920-21; reprint ed. Montreal: MUP ser. VII (Library) no. 2, 1922, p. 82).
P56.* TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY, and NEILSON, G.A. "The Old Presbytery at Batiscan." JRAIC 10, no.1 (Jan. 1933): 13-20; reprint ed., with additional plates, Montreal: MUP ser. XIII (Art and Architecture) no. 36, 1933. meas. drwgs., photos., plans.
    All the measured architectural drawings are by Ramsay Traquair.
P57. TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY. "The Cult of the Rebel." Atlantic 152 (Sept. 1933): 357-365.
P58.* TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY, and NEILSON, G.A. "The House of Simon McTavish, No. 27 St. Jean Baptiste Street, Montreal." JRAIC 10, no. 11 (Nov. 1933): 188-192; reprint ed. with additional plate, Montreal: MUP ser. XIII (Art and Architecture) no. 37, 1933. meas. drwgs., photos., plans.
    Traquair acknowledges E.Z. Massicotte's early investigations and the loan of particular documents as well as noting the use of old drawings lent by Mr. Roxburgh Smith.
P59. TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY. "Objectives of Architectural Education." Architectural Record 74, no.5 (Nov. 1933): 339.
P60. "An 18th Century Manoir is Reclaimed." Canadian Homes and Gardens 11, no.3 (March 1934): 34-41, 52. photos.
    E.B. Goodall, architect; Prof. Ramsay Traquair and A.T. Galt Durnford, consulting architects.
P61. TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY. "Some Comment on Canadian Flags." McGill News 15, no. 3 (June 1934): 35-38. drwgs.
    All the drawings are by the author. Includes the flag of McGill University, designed by Traquair and granted to the U. in 1922. Traquair presented the University Flag to McGill and this gift is listed in the Annual Report for 1921-22 as one of the principal benefactions. (p.11)
P62.* TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY, and NEILSON, G.A. "The Old Church of St. Charles de Lachenaie." JRAIC 11, no.11 (Nov. 1934): 164-168; reprint ed. with additional plates, Montreal: MUP ser. XIII (Art and Architecture) no. 38, 1934. photos.
    Includes interior and exterior views taken before the old church was demolished in 1882.
P63.* TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY, and NEILSON, G.A. "The Old Church of St. Etienne de Beaumont." JRAIC 13, no. 10 (Oct. 1936): 183-190; reprint ed. Montreal: MUP ser. XIII (Art and Architecture) no. 39, 1937. meas. drwgs., photos., plan.
    There is a typewritten "Correction" note inserted in the reprint edition (p. 5). It describes changes and alterations made since 1894-95.
P64. TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY. The Design of Scout Flags. Ottawa: Dominion Headquarters, Boy Scouts Association, [1937]. drwgs.
    The designs are those of Ramsay Traquair and the drawings for publication were prepared by E. Roscoe Chaffey and P. Roy Wilson. The Traquair papers in the Canadian Architecture Collection, McGill University, include most of the original designs.
P65.* TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY, and NEILSON, G.A. "The Architectural History of the Ursuline Monastery, Quebec." JRIBA ser. 3, 44, no.5 (9 Jan. 1937): 225-235; reprint ed. Montreal: MUP ser. XIII (Art and Architecture) no. 40, 1937. meas. drwgs., photos., plans.
    The plans show the building complex as it was in 1685, 1830 and about 1900. The last section deals with furniture and silver.
P66. TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY. "The History of Games." JRAIC 14, no.11 (Nov. 1937): 226-228.
P67. "Montreal and the Indian Trade Silver." Canadian Historical Review 19, no.1 (March 1938): 1-8. drwgs.
P68. "Architecture and Geography." Atlantic 162 (August 1938): 159-165.
P69.* "The Church of St. John the Baptist at St. Jean Port Joli, Quebec." JRAIC 16, no. 2 (Feb. 1939): 26-34; reprint ed. Montreal: MUP ser. XIII (Art and Architecture) no. 41, 1939. meas. drwgs., photos., plans.
    All of the measured architectural drawings are signed by G.M. Fisk, 1935.
P70. "The Early Architecture of Ontario." JRIBA ser. 3, 46, no.8 (20 Feb. 1939): 410.
    A review of The Early Buildings of Ontario by E.R. Arthur (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1938).
P71.* TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY. The Old Silver of Quebec. Toronto: Macmillan Co. of Canada, 1940; reprint ed. (paperback) Toronto: Macmillan Co. of Canada, 1973. drwgs., photos.
    Published under the auspices of the Art Association of Montreal. The drawings mainly depict marks on old silver found in the Province of Quebec. See reviews S45-S48.
P72. TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY, MAURAULT, O., and NEILSON, A.G. "La Conservation des monuments historiques dans la Province de Quebec." Revue trimestrielle canadienne [Montréal] 27 (mars 1941): 1-23.
P73. TRAQUAIR, RAMSAY. "Hooked Rugs in Canada." Canadian Geographical Journal 26 (May 1943): 240-254. drwg., photos.
    Traquair acknowledges the help of Marius Barbeau, Mrs. E.H. Greenwood, Dr. Douglas Hemmeon, Percy Inglis and Miss E.H. Desbarres. Eight of the rugs illustrated are from the author's collection.
P74. "Memories of Dr. John Bonsall Porter." McGill News 26, no.1 (Autumn 1944): 21-22, 40. port.
    Traquair first met Dr. Porter in 1913.
P75. "The Coat of Arms." Beaver 276 (June 1945): 42-46. drwgs., photos.
    Concerns the history of the coat of arms of the Hudson's Bay Company.
P76. The Old Architecture of Quebec: A Study of the Buildings Erected in New France from the Earliest Explorers to the Middle of the Nineteenth Century. Toronto: Macmillan Co. of Canada, 1947. meas. drwgs., photos. plans.
P77. "Author Explains No Slur Intended." Toronto Globe and Mail, 6 September 1947, p. 10.
    Traquair's response to William Colgate's review of The Old Architecture of Quebec (Toronto Globe and Mail) 28 June 1947, p. 40 (S52).
P78. "The Atlantic Alliance." Queen's Quarterly 56 no.3 (Autumn 1949): 313-323.
    This article was written at the request of the Editor of Queen's Quarterly as an extension of a remarkable contribution by Professor Traquair to The Atlantic Monthly, in May 1924, entitled The Commonwealth of the Atlantic. It concludes with the following words: `The Commonwealth of the Atlantic is the fulfilment of our history; it exists even if we do not see it; and in it is our future.' " (p. 313).

 

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