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Adam brothers

Categories: Architecture, Property

Countries: Scotland

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The four Adam brothers: John (1721-1792, born Edinburgh), Robert - the important one, James and William, (1738-1822, suicide) together designed classical buildings. Father was an architect. Initially resented in London, as shown by a contemporary song: "Four Scotchmen, by the name of Adams, who keep their coaches and their madams..."

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Adam brothers

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A. J. Phelps

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A. E. Darby

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