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Sir Nikolaus Pevsner

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Pevsner, Sir Nikolaus (1902-1983)

John Ruskin

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Ruskin, John (1819-1900)

Athenaeum, Plymouth: perspective view of the interior showing a lecture or meeting in progress

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Foulston, John (1772-1842)
NOTES: John Foulston was appointed as Plymouth's first Town Architect in 1810. SOURCE: John Foulston, 'The Public Buildings erected in the West of England', (London, 1838), pl. 49.

Official opening of the Royal Institute of British Architects' Heinz Gallery, 21 Portman Square, London, on May 4, 1972: Anthony Blunt

RIBA81322
Blunt, Sir Anthony (1907-1983)
NOTES: The Heinz exhibition gallery, designed by Alan Irvine and Stefan Buzas, was located at 21 Portman Square, a house designed by James Adam and built by Samuel Wyatt in 1772. It was home to the RIBA Library Drawings Collection from May 1972 until November 2004 when the Collection was relocated to the Henry Cole Wing at the V&A.

Edmund and Mary Houghton and maybe Cecil Pinsent, with a very early motor car that seems to have broken down

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Pinsent, Cecil Ross (1884-1963)
NOTES: Cecil Pinsent would have been a very young man when this photograph was taken.
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