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growth and work of the Royal institute of British architects, 1834-1934
Royal Institute of British Architects.
Brief biographical sketch on versos facing portraits.
|Statement||edited by J. A. Gotch ...|
|Contributions||Gotch, J. Alfred 1852-1942.|
|LC Classifications||NA12 .R763|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 187,  p.|
|Number of Pages||187|
|LC Control Number||35004182|
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The Growth and work of the Royal Institute of British Architects, / edited by J.A. Gotch. x cm (book measurement (inventory)) | RCIN Royal Institute of British Architects, London,first edition, hardback with dust jacket, 8vo, pp ix + + , illustrated by 11 plates and 33 pages of presidential book was published on the occasion of the centenary of RIBA in Founders of the Royal Institute of British Architects (act.
–), were a small group of 1834-1934 book London architects mostly known to one another through the Royal Academy schools and shared were motivated to form a professional society by the lack of formal training available, especially compared with France, Italy, or Germany, which they were able to visit afterand.
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Directory of British Architects, Vol. 2 (L-Z) Antonia Brodie, British Architectural Library, Royal Institute of British Architects A&C Black, - Biography & Autobiography - pages. This two-volume set is a biographical directory of s British architects who worked between and It extends coverage by 14 years and includes more entries than the edition including those who worked in Britain at that time, but may not have been RIBA members.
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