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Office building in Sydney [cartographic material] / [drawn at] Canberra Technical College
Bib ID 4230038
Format MapMap
Author
Canberra Technical College
 
Scale Scale [1:96], 1/8" to 1' 
Description July 1951 
2 plans on 2 sheets : col. ; 55 x 74 cm. 
Series

Oskars Pumpurs map collection.

Full contents
  • [Sheet] 23. Coloured architectural drawing
  • [Sheet] 20. Pencilled outline.
 
Notes

Coloured architectural drawing of an unidentified office building in Sydney created by technical students at Canberra Technical College in July 1951 and graded by O. Pumpurs. This plan is also accompanied by a separate pencilled outline on transparent paper.

"Stage V".

Signed and graded B- by: O. Pumpurs.

Subjects Office layout -- New South Wales -- Sydney -- Maps.  |  Interior architecture -- New South Wales -- Sydney -- Maps.  |  Sydney (N.S.W.) -- Maps.
Time Coverage 1951 
Other authors/contributors Pumpurs, Oskars, 1920-1992

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