The Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada will be celebrating a special milestone in 2024 when we mark the 50th anniversary of the Society’s founding. During the years since the SSAC was founded in 1974, our organization has grown and evolved in remarkable ways. With the help of our current student intern, we are building a retrospective of the many memorable events that have taken place over the years, and the fascinating stories that have emerged.
If you have a story that you would like to share, or a photograph that you feel would make an important addition to our 50-year retrospective, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Doug McLeod () to ensure that your contribution is included.
Header image: Sandyford Place, Hamilton, Ontario, ca. 1858, in the first issue of the Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada News, January/February 1975.
Image description: A line illustration of a three-storey building with four walk-up townhouses under a single a hipped roof. Under the drawing appear the texts “North Elevation” with an illegible scale, “Sandyford Place,” and “Hamilton, Ontario.”