George Martell Miller
George Martell Miller, architect (b at Port Hope, Canada W 1855; d at Toronto 17 Apr 1933). Designer of many fine neoclassical structures in Toronto, he came to the city in the early 1880s, taught at the Mechanics' Institute and began to practise architecture in 1885. Among his buildings are the Lillian Massey Building at the University of Toronto, the old Havergal College on Jarvis St, and the Toronto General Trust Building. He was also architect for the Canadian General Electric Building, Peterborough, Ontario; the Ontario Ladies College and the House of Industry, Whitby, Ontario; and the Macdonald Building, Ontario Agricultural College, Guelph.