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Vibert McKirdy Brown Architectural Drawings
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Vibert McKirdy Brown Architectural Drawings

  • UQFL222
  • Collection
  • 1926-1940.

Vibert McKirdy Brown worked as an architect in North Queensland in the first half of the 20th century. He drew plans for churches, schools, presbyteries, residential houses, hotels, stores, the Atherton hospital and silos for the Atherton Tablelands Maize Board. Most of the buildings were constructed. Some have since been demolished. Two have been heritage listed: the 1930s extension to the Bolands Centre in Cairns and Exchange Hotel in Mossman.

Brown, Vibert McKirdy, 1887-1957

Religious facilities

Architectural plans of various religious buildings designed by Vibert McKirdy Brown in the North Queensland area. Buildings: Church and School, Presbytery and Convent for Saint Augustine, Mossman (North Queensland); Saint Joseph's Catholic Church and Convent at Atherton (North Queensland); Saint Thomas of Villanova Catholic Church, Mareeba (North Queensland);

Technical drawing of Design for Church and School at Mossman For Rev. Fr. Vignolles O.S.A.

Technical Drawing on drafting linen (stuck to card). 60 x 75 cm. Comprises: Cross section, Longitudinal section, Front and Side elevations, Plan of church, Plan of school section, Foundation plan. Scale one eighth inch to one foot. Signed: "V. M. Brown ARAIA. Architect. Atherton. 1/6/33".

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