Person    | Male  Born 26/6/1858  Died 15/7/1920

William Nisbet Blair

Categories: Architecture

Architect. Born Morpeth, Northumberland. Appointed St Pancras Borough Engineer in 1893 and still in post in 1906. Lived at 23 West Hill. Father of the entomologist, Kenneth Blair. Died Middlesex. Has a page at My Blair family. The library is the only building of his that we can find.

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William Nisbet Blair

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Highgate Branch Library - inside

Borough of St Pancras - Highgate Branch Library This library was opened by Hi...

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