The Architecture of Cecil Wood

a Thesis Submitted for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy [in Art History] at the University of Canterbury
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Current format, Book, 1996, In-library use only.
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This thesis examines the career of the New Zealand architect, Cecil Walter Wood (1878-1947). Chapter One outlines Wood's family background, his training as an articled pupil in the office of Frederick Strouts and as a student of Samuel Hurst Seager at Canterbury College School of Art and his subsequent experience in England…

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