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[Architectural drawings] [microform] / Walter Burley Griffin
Bib ID 1662961
Format PicturePicture, MicroformMicroform, OnlineOnline
Author
Griffin, Walter Burley, 1876-1937
 
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Description [1969] 
77 aperture cards ; 8.5 x 19 cm., mounted on card. 
Notes

Title from accession record.

Original plans held by the Willoughby City Council.

These Griffin plans, include plans for 21 Castlecrag homes.

P1891/1-77.

Reproduction Microform reproduction of: Original plans done by Walter Burley Griffin from 1921-1935. 
Index/Finding Aid Note List available. 
Subjects Griffin, Walter Burley, - 1876-1937.  |  Architectural drawing - 20th century - New South Wales - Castlecrag.  |  Architecture, Domestic - New South Wales - Castlecrag - Designs and plans.  |  Castlecrag (N.S.W.) - History.

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