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Scrapbook, 1855-1873

  • F3300
  • Item
  • 1855-1873.

Scrapbook belonging to Mary Ann Tiffin (nee Haig), who married Charles Tiffin, Queensland's first Colonial Architect, in Hobart on January 1, 1857. Includes architectural plans and drawings and other original drawings by Charles Tiffin. Also includes drawings by Charles Tiffin's mother, Jane Haig.
Notes on provenance of scrapbook included in parcel with scrapbook.

Tiffin, Mary Ann

Wilson Architect Records

  • UQFL112
  • Collection
  • 1883-1966.

Architectural plans of residential and commercial buildings. Also includes bills of quantities, client files, specification files, job files, miscellaneous papers of A.B. Wilson and R.M. Wilson, and card index of plans by plan numbers, job numbers, and client names. Includes several plans by Alfred Banks.
Also includes rare poster "Victoria Skating Rink, Sandgate". Includes plan of 'University site, St. Lucia. Proposed design', by R.W.J. Hawken, 1929.
Professor Hawken and Alexander Wilson were members of a committee established in 1921 to determine a site for the University of Queensland.

Wilson Architects

Architectural illustrations, 1886-1891

  • F2279
  • File
  • 1886-1891.

Plates and illustrations, from various journals, collected by G. H. M. Addison. Each volume has its title on the spine.

[Item 1] Church architecture, plates from The British Architect 1886, 49 x 38 cm.
[Item 2] Public buildings, includes plates from The Building News, The Builder, The Architect, The British Architect, 1880 to 1887, 43 x 33 cm.
[Item 3] Architectural drawings, includes plates from The Building News, The Builder, 1888, 43 x 33 cm.
[Item 4 ] Churches, includes plates from The Building News, The Builder, American Architect and Building News, 1889, 43 x 33 cm.
[Item 5] Churches, includes plates from The Builder, The Building News, Architectural Illustration Society, 1888 to 1889, 43 x 32 cm.
[Item 6] Street architecture, includes plates from American Architect and Building News, The Builder, The Architect, 1889, 43 x 32 cm.
[Item 7] American architecture plates, includes plates from The Builder, American Architect and Building News, The Building News, 1891, 44 x 33 cm.

Addison, G. H. M. (George Henry Male), 1858-1922

Lund, Hutton, Ryan, Morton Records

  • UQFL211
  • Collection
  • [1893-1972]

Drawings of residential and commercial buildings, and related files.

Lund, Hutton, Ryan, Morton

Specification for a wooden residence at Wivenhoe, 1907

  • F3309
  • Item
  • 1907

Architectural specification for a wooden residence at Wivenhoe. Contract dated 17 Aug 1907, date for completion 9 Nov 1907. Proprietor: James Thomson. Contractor: Loynes and Paten. Amount paid: 497 pounds. Signed by Gill.

Gill, George Brockwell, 1858-1954

Susan Hug Papers

  • UQFL536
  • Collection
  • 1917-1922

Architectural drawings of regional banks and bank managers houses, presumably created by P.O.E. Hawkes and collected by Susan Hug (later Rowsell) as part of her thesis The life and works of P.O.E. Hawkes (B.Arch.) University of Queensland, 1987.

Hug, Susan

Eric P. Trewern Papers

  • UQFL239
  • Collection
  • [1919-1974]

The collection contains tracings, drawings, blueprints and linen plans for residential and commercial buildings in Brisbane and regional Queensland. Also includes work of Alexander I Trewern, younger brother of E P Trewern. Includes 38 photographs (20 x 26 cm or smaller), nine oversize photographs (most on paper mounted on board) of buildings by Trewern, including his own house; specifictions for St. Matthew's Anglican Church and the Upper Mt. Gravatt Methodist Church; three envolvopes from the American Face Brick Association with plates for houses; publications relating to houses by G. L. Sutcliffe; and journal cuttings.

Trewern, E. P. (Eric Percival), 1895-1959

C. B. Da Costa Architectural Drawings

  • UQFL113
  • Collection
  • [192-?]-[195-?]

Much of the material in this collection was prepared for a series of residences and plans to be published in the Sunday Mail. Little material can be positively identified. Some of these items have numbers on the reverse which appears to signify that these were plans for actual jobs undertaken by Da Costa. A distinct Spanish influence can be discerned in many of the houses. Many of the plans bear the initials A or B, A meaning wooden construction and B denoting brick construction.

Da Costa, C. B. (Charles Brandon), 1889-1974

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