Person    | Male  Born 23/4/1880  Died 1939

Maurice Everett Webb

Categories: Architecture

Maurice Everett Webb

Architect. Son of Sir Aston Webb and worked with his father as Sir Aston Webb and Son from 1914.

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Maurice Everett Webb

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Aston Webb at Whiteley Village

This small enamel plaque looks as if it was installed when the cottages were ...

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