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Main Title: Brighton Sketchbook / drawings by Arno Roger-Genersh and text by James Preston.
Author: Preston, James.
Roger-Genersh, Arno, 1929-
Imprint: Adelaide, S. Aust. : Rigby, 1974.
Collation: 62 p. : ill., hbk ; 21 cm.
Subject: Historic buildings and structures
Drawings, sketches etc
Pictorial works
Brighton (Vic.)
Notes:
Contents: Tommy Bent - Statue p6. Brighton General Cemetery p8. Billilla p10. Saint Andrew's Schoolhouse p12. Warrain p14. Chevy Chase p16. Saint Andrew's Anglican Church p18. Royal Brighton Yacht Club p20. Chilton p22. The Shell House p24. Spurling House p26. Marama p28. South Lodge p30. Brighton Grammar School p32. The Dendy Street Gum p34. Wyuna p36. Saint Ninian's p38. Hurlingham p40. Anzac Hostel (Kamesburgh) p42. Marillac House p44. The sea wall p46. The Terrace p48. Ki-Ora p50. New Street Methodist Church p52. Brighton Beach Railway Station p54. The ANZ Bank p56. Saint Finbar's Catholic Church p58. Haileybury College p60. Binghal p62. Brighton on the sea coast of Victoria has grown like the Tasmanian Blue Gum that stands at the Corner of Dendy and Church Streets. It was a haven for city businessmen who displayed their wealth through the houses they built. The best known figure was Thomas Bent who suffered financial ruin from bad decisions but became Premier of Victoria from 1904 to 1909. Brighton is rich in history but progress is eroding the fine old buildings which are described and illustrated throughout the book.
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Non-Fiction Stacks 994.51 BRIG PIC Available
Non-Fiction Main Library 994.51 BRIG PIC Available