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The architectural firm of Miller & White was established in Dunedin in 1927 as a partnership between Eric S.C. Miller and James H. White.

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Dates covered: 1874 - 2006      Contributor: Hocken Collections     

Basil Bramston Hooper was born in Lahore, India in 1876. Basil Hooper's father William Hooper, was an Anglican priest and Church Missionary Society missionary, who spent most of his life in India.

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Dates covered: Circa 1878 - Circa 2003     

Basil Bramston Hooper was born in Lahore, India in 1876. Basil Hooper's father William Hooper, was an Anglican priest and Church Missionary Society missionary, who spent most of his life in India.

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Dates covered: 1902 - 1984     

Robert Arthur Lawson was born in Scotland in 1833. He commenced his architectural training in Perth around 1848, completing in Edinburgh in the early 1850s.

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Dates covered: 1854 - 1933     

Norman Ledgerwood is a Dunedin architect.

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Dates covered: 1846 - 2008     

David Edward Hutton was the son of David Con Hutton (1843-1910) who founded the Dunedin School of Art and was first secretary of the Otago Art Society.

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Dates covered: 1900 - 1946      Contributor: Christchurch Art Gallery     

The collection consists of two pages of architectural elevations (North / South and East / West) of Massey Homestead, 351 Massey Road, Mangere East, as built, February 1979. The site was measured a

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Dates covered: 1979 - 1979     

Ian R. McAllum served with the artillery of the 2nd New Zealand Expeditionary Force during World War II, participating in the Italian campaign. He commenced worked as an architect in 1946.

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Dates covered: 1942 - 1990     

Photocopies of two letters from Dunedin Public Library Correspondence, between W J Morrow, secretary of Geelong Historical Society, and J W Prain, New Zealand Room Librarian.

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Dates covered: 1937 - 1973     

The collection holds information on meetings, background research, grant applications, concept plans, newspaper clippings, correspondence relating to the establishment of the Otara Music Arts Centre (

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Dates covered: 1979 - 1994      Contributor: South Auckland Research Centre     

Salmond and Vanes were a Dunedin architectural firm. Scope and contents: Includes plans for a proposed cottage and for additions to a residence for C. Holdsworth, Waikouaiti.

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Biography: Arthur Louis Salmond was the son of J[ames] Louis Salmond who had been apprentice to R A Lawson, the architect of First Church.

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Dates covered: Circa 1946 - 1980      Contributor: Heritage Collections, Dunedin Public Library     

This collection consists of a range of material collected and produced by Emeritus Professor Helen Tippett during the course of her career as an architectural educator and researcher.

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Dates covered: Unknown      Contributor: Victoria University of Wellington Library     
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