William White : pioneer Victorian architect / Gill Hunter.

William White : pioneer Victorian architect / Gill Hunter.

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Hunter, Gill.
Reading, [UK] : Spire, c2010.
338 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cm
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See index for stained glass references.
Purchase; Alibris; 2012; 2000021398
William White was one of the leading architects in Victorian England. This book examines some of his most significant projects, which encompassed cathedrals, churches, houses and parsonages, schools, commercial buildings, furniture, stained glass, ironwork and even the first frame rucksack.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 322-331) and index.
Early years --
From Notting Hill to the Cape --
Theory and practice --
The versatility of gothic --
Magnificent or modest? --
Two great houses --
The Rev. John Erskine Clarke of Battersea --
The restoration debate --
Later life --
Catalogue of works --
Catalogue of works by county.
9781904965268 (hbk.)
1904965261 (hbk.)