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29 July 2009

Streatfeild, Granville Edward Stewart (1869-1947)

Granville Edward Stewart Streatfeild (1869-1947) was born in Howick, Northumberland. His brother, W.C. Streatfeild, was vicar of Eastbourne and briefly Bishop of Lewes. The spelling of the name seems to be correct, though...

29 July 2009

Streatfeild, T.E.C (1848-82)

Thomas Edward Champion Streatfeild (1848-82) had his office at 44 Great Marlborough Street, London, where William O. Milne also worked. He won an RIBA prize for drawing in 1871 and exhibited at the...

29 July 2009

Centre Pier, Galway Harbour Ideas Competition (Ireland)

The RIAI (Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland) is administering a single stage ideas competition on behalf of the competition promoters, Galway Harbour Company www.galwayharbour.com Galway Harbour Company is seeking ideas for...

29 July 2009

1885 – A Roadside Inn at Ealing, London

Architect: E.W. Lacey Published in The Building News, September 4th 1885

29 July 2009

1892 – House, Erie, Pennsylvania

Architect: Green & Wicks

29 July 2009

1892 – New High School Building, Montclair, New Jersey

Architect: Loring & Phipps Torn down in the 1930s.

29 July 2009

1892 – Rutgers College, New Brunswick, New Jersey

Architect:Charles Alling Gifford New gynasium and armoury building.

29 July 2009

1892 – The Brearley School, New York

Architect: Henry Rutgers Marshall

29 July 2009

1892 – The Randall Memorial Church, Sailors’ Snug Harbour, Staten Island, New York

Architect: Robert W. Gibson Robert Richard Randall, Snug Harbor Cultural Center’s founder and benefactors’ bequest of 1801, created Sailors’ Snug Harbor’s original three buildings as a “haven for aged, decrepit and worn out...


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