"Of all the words of tongue and pen, the saddest are these; it might have been."
This is Edward O. Fallis' design for the Ursuline Academy ( later Mary Manse College, and now the Collingwood Arts Center ), in the Old West End. There were to be fifteen buildings, interconnected and arranged around three courtyards. He even included a power plant. That's it, with the stack, at the lower left. The chapel's to the right, flanked by two smaller courtyards. The most interesting feature is the gatehouse tower, at the upper right. Oh, my goodness, I'd have liked to have seen that built.
Construction was started in 1903, but obviously it was never finished. Only the music building, academy, and auditorium were built. Take a good look at them sometime. They have a definite air of isolation about them, as if something's missing.