- 1935-1987 (Creation)
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46 oversize folders (886 architectural drawings, 55 pages of sketches, 1 photographic transparency, 3 foolscap leaves of notes)
Name of creator
Born 5 September 1928 in New York, Ian Alexander Ferrier immigrated to Australia in 1953 and began working for Donoghue, Cusick and Edwards in Brisbane in 1955. He founded his own practice in 1957, which eventually became known as Ferrier Baudet when his daughter and son-in-law joined him. Ferrier was best known for his churches, schools, and convents throughout Queensland. He died in 2000.
Name of creator
A. Ian Ferrier and Associates was the architectural practice of Ian Ferrier. It became known as A. Ian Ferrier, Campbell and Struthers in the 1970s, before the name was changed to Ferrier Baudet in 1979 when Ferrier's daughter, Catherine Baudet, joined the practice.
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Scope and content
Architectural drawings relating to projects undertaken by Ian Ferrier, architect, with various iterations of his architectural firm, A Ian Ferrier and Associates, generally for the Catholic Church in Queensland.
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Arranged into series by job by processing archivist.
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Some materials have been damaged by fire. Some materials have soot on them.
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A. Ian Ferrier and Associates used a unique lettering and numbering system to indicate plan types.
V - Sketch plans
Y - Perspectives
A - Working drawings
M - Joinery plans
MB - Joinery details
CA - Site plans
S - Window details
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Dates of creation revision deletion
Revised, FF, 19-May-2021
Created, FF, 19-Apr-2021