Early Adelaide Architecture 1836 to 1886 a photographic record

By: E.J.R. Morgan and S.H.

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Early Adelaide Architecture 1836 to 1886 a photographic record by E.J.R. Morgan and S.H. Gilbert
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Oxford University Press, 1969. Hard cover, DJ in transparent protective covering. Very good book in very good clipped dustjacket. This book's purpose is to present a pictorial record of Adelaide's early buildings before it is too late. It contains 191 photographs of buildings erected before 1887. The photographs were all taken by S H Gilbert and are supported by full captions giving wherever possible details of the design, construction, ownership and tenancy of the buildings illustrated. Several of the buildings have been demolished since. The photos have been grouped topographically (so they can be visited on a walking tour). Ours is an ex-library copy in transparent protective covering, with usual stickers, stamps, etc.

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