Darling, Frank

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Darling, Frank

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1850-1923

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Frank Darling was born in 1850 in Scarborough Township to William Stewart Darling and Jane Parsons. Darling was educated at Upper Canada College and Trinity College. He worked briefly a a bank teller before becoming the apprentice of architect Harry Langley in 1866. Around 1870, he moved to London, England to train with architect George Edmund Street. Darling returned to Toronto in 1873 and set up a private practice in partnership with Henry Macdougall. He later formed partnerships with Samuel George Curry, Henry Sproatt, and John A. Pearson. Some of his most well-known works are the Toronto Club, the Victoria Hospital for Sick Children, and several bank branches across Canada.

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