View of The People's Palace, Brisbane, from Ann Street.

De Gruchy, Graham Francis. View of The People's Palace, Brisbane, from Ann Street..

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Title View of The People's Palace, Brisbane, from Ann Street.
Alternative Title The People's Palace, Brisbane
Abstract/Summary View of tower and brick elevator shaft on corner above entrance with cast iron lace balustrades to verandahs.
Date of construction 1910 - 1911
Date photo taken 1975
Date scanned 2012-11-26
Architect Colonel Saunders
Photographer De Gruchy, Graham Francis
Location Brisbane City
Queensland
Open Access Status Other
Category Commerical buildings
Subcategory Hotels
Office buildings
Period Federation (1890-1915)
Style Federation filigree
Condition Renovated
Structural Systems & Elements Masonry construction
Building Materials Brick
Rendered brick
Cast iron
Tiles
Render
Architectural Features Verandahs
Cast iron balustrades
Towers
Dormer windows
Hipped roofs
Clerestories
Courtyards
Interior Features Pressed metal ceilings
Surrounding Features Roads & streets
Footpaths
Rights Research and private study only. Not to be reproduced without prior written permission. Rights holder: Graham Francis De Gruchy.
References Queensland Government. "People's Palace." Queensland Heritage Register. Updated 22 October 2012. https://www.derm.qld.gov.au/chimsi/placeDetail.html?siteId=14871
Additional Notes The People's Palace was intentionally built by the Salvation Army as a temperance Hotel or Coffee Palace, in which no alcohol or gambling were permitted. Brisbane G2013

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Collections: UQ Library - Digitised Materials - open access
Brisbane City
 
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