Oxford Jackson: architecture, education, status, and style 1835-1924

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Oxford University Press, 2006 - Architecture - 268 pages
This is the first biography of T. G. Jackson, an architect who transformed the image of Oxford, rebuilt public schools, and became a leading architect of the arts and crafts movement. Although many of his buildings are famous, until now he has been little known. Yet his work illuminates a whole society as well as an individual.

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Contents

List of Illustrations xi
27
Bibliography
235
Index
259
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Whyte is a Fellow, Tutor, and University Lecturer in History at St. John's College, Oxford.

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