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Sketch floor plan, elevation and section of Locker Room [picture] / [Walter Burley Griffin]
Bib ID 3704311
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
Griffin, Walter Burley, 1876-1937
 
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Description [ca. 1900-1935] 
3 plan drawings on tracing paper : pencil ; 27.5 x 23.4 cm. 
Series

Eric Milton Nicholls collection.

Notes

Part of the collection: Eric Milton Nicholls collection.

Title from Vernon inventory listing.

Condition: Creases and left edge tears.

Also available in electronic version via the Internet at: http://nla.gov.au/nla.pic-vn3704311

Vernon inventory, Pt. IV/4z.

Source of Acquisition Purchased from Marie and Glynn Nicholls, 2006. 
Subjects Architecture, Domestic - Designs and plans - Pictorial works.  |  Architectural drawing.

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