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Sir Herbert Baker and Scott

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Architects. Later Vernon Helbing joined the firm. Sir Herbert Baker was one of the four principal architects of the Imperial War Graves Commission, See Blomfield for the others.

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Sir Herbert Baker and Scott

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Vernon Helbing

The clock itself is quite high. Down at eye level there is a small plaque wit...

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Sir Arthur Blomfield

Sir Arthur Blomfield

Architect, born Arthur Wiliam Blomfield, at Fulham Palace, the son of the Bishop of London. Specialised in church architecture, e.g. St Mary's Parish Hall, Crawford Street. Also designed the Royal ...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Owen Campbell-Jones

Owen Campbell-Jones

Architect. Son of architect William Campbell Jones. Designed Bucklersbury House (demolished) and worked on what is now the City University in Northampton Square. Chairman of the Guildhall Reconstru...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
George Lethbridge

George Lethbridge

Architect known for his war memorial designs. Born Devon. Married Jessie Naismith Morton (sister of Sarah Reid Anderson) in Edinburgh and they had seven children, the third born was the architect J...

Person, Architecture

2 memorials
Carden, Godfrey and Macfadyen

Carden, Godfrey and Macfadyen

Architects. The website of the London-based firm Carden and Godfrey gives "Carden & Godfrey Architects was established in 1946, with projects centred on post-war reconstruction, and we continue...

Group, Architecture

1 memorial
William Douglas Caroe

William Douglas Caroe

Born near Liverpool, son of the Danish Consul. Became an architect in the Arts and Crafts style, specialising in churches. The splendid 1 Millbank was built for the Church Commissioners in 1903. Di...

Person, Architecture, Cyprus, Denmark

1 memorial