Design for carvings on a war memorial (World War One): sketched elevation showing an injured soldier on a stretcher being carried across a makeshift bridge
|Architect/Designer||Jack, George Washington Henry (1855-1931)|
|Artist/Photographer||Jack, George Washington Henry (1855-1931)|
|Colour Info||Black and white|
|Subject||Military personnel ; Bridges ; War memorials ; Military architecture|
NOTES: During World War One George Jack worked in the LCC Architects Department where he remained until 1919. Thereafter his own practice was chiefly concerned with memorials and church furnishings.
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