Our Great Victorian Architect Edmund Thomas Blacket (1817-1883) -by- Joan Kerr. ISBN 0909723176.
Australian Historical Architecture. Edmund Thomas Blacket must have been the most prolific and versatile architect
Australia has ever known; his work not only encompassed hundreds of churches and domestic buildings but extended into
virtually every Victorian building type: abattoirs and asylums, banks, barns, breweries and bridges, factories, warehouses,
woolstores and chimney stacks, clubs, universities, schools and hospitals, hotels, shops and theatres, furniture and
furnishings, memorials, tombstones and cemetery vaults; Blacket never repeated a design. Illustrated with black
and white photographs and detailed line drawings. Used softcover book. 107 pages. (The National Trust of Australia NSW.
Sydney. 1983) Covers are worn on edges. Light foxing on edges of pages. Else very good.
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