Person    | Male  Born 21/7/1732  Died 1794

James Adam

Categories: Architecture

Countries: Scotland

James Adam

Born Edinburgh. Died 13 Albemarle Street.
By 1754 had joined the family architectural firm. One of four Adam brothers.

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James Adam

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House of Royal Soc. for Encouragement of Arts etc

The House of Royal Soc. for Encouragement of Arts Manufactures and Commerce. ...

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Tower Hill Improvement Trust

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Carden, Godfrey and Macfadyen

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