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Charles Reginald Ford

Charles Reginald Ford

Charles Reginald Ford was an explorer and architect noted for his role in the Royal Geographical Society's National Antarctic Expeditions led by Commander Robert Falcon Scott. He later co-founded one of New Zealand's most successful architectural firms.

William Henry Feldon

William Henry Feldon

William Henry Feldon was world-renowned sculptor, architectural sculptor, and monumental mason. Not only known for his series of First World War memorials in New Zealand, Feldon also contributed to iconic buildings in New York, New Zealand, and England. Some notable examples include the Vanderbilt mansion on Fifth Avenue and  Eton College Chapel.

Vernon Akitt Brown

Vernon Akitt Brown

Vernon Akitt Brown was an architect and university lecturer. In 1940, Vernon won the New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA) bronze medal for domestic architecture. From 1942 he was studio instructor at the School of Architecture at Auckland University College.

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