Residence on the Kensington Estate for G. P. Merry Esq., elavation and deail of entrance porch, [Toowoomba], 23 Sep 1923

Hodgen, William 1866-1943, Residence on the Kensington Estate for G. P. Merry Esq., elavation and deail of entrance porch, [Toowoomba], 23 Sep 1923, 126 Russell Street, Toowoomba, 2017.

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Designer Hodgen, William 1866-1943
Title Residence on the Kensington Estate for G. P. Merry Esq., elavation and deail of entrance porch, [Toowoomba], 23 Sep 1923
Date of completion 2017
Open Access Status Other
Publication date 1893-09-23
Year available 2017-04-05
Location 126 Russell Street, Toowoomba
Type image/tiff
Language eng
Rights For all enquiries about this work, please contact the Fryer Library, The University of Queensland Library.
Keyword W. Hodgen and Hodgen
Hogden, William 1866-1943
Architecture -- Queensland -- Design and plans
Architectural drawings
Architecture, Domestic -- Queensland -- Designs and plans
Queensland Heritage Register
Toowoomba (Qld.)
Merry, George Pitlow
Series W. Hodgen and Hodgen Collection, UQFL116
Job Number UQFL116, job no. D12
Source W. Hodgen and Hodgen Collection, UQFL116, job no. D12, item 1
Original Format Architectural drawing; ink and watercolour on paper, col.; 51 x 69 cm. .
Scale 8 feet = one Inch and 1 foot to one inch
Creator W. Hodgen and Hodgen
Formatted abstract
The W. Hodgen and Hodgen collection contsists of specifications correspondence, tenderbooks and related business records, and architectural plans and drawings. Includes some plans of other architects including Atkinson and McLay, Addison and MacDonald, and E.P. Trewern.

William Hodgen was born in Toowoomba in 1866. After work as a cadet in the Colonial Architect's Office, he resigned in 1891 to travel to London where he obtained employment with William Flockhart. He returned to Queensland and began practice as an architect in Toowoomba in 1897. He undertook work throughout southern and western Queensland. He practised with his sons Neil Nelson Hodgen and Owen Frederick Hodgen from 1935. He died in Toowoomba on 29 July 1943.
Geographic co-ordinates

151.945806,-27.558417

Additional Notes Sheet No. 2, working drawing for Kensington Estate, designed by Toowoomba architect William Hodgen for George Pitlow Merry.

Kensington estate was listed on the Queensland Heritage Register 28 July 2000. Reference: "Kensington (entry 601322)". Queensland Heritage Register. Queensland Heritage Council. Retrieved 3 April 2017.

Document type: Design
Collection: Fryer Library (metadata only)
 
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