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Conservation development application for The Horbury Hunt Pavilion, Cranbrook School. August 2000 / Peddle Thorp & Walker.

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Corporate Author Local History Research File
Title Conservation development application for The Horbury Hunt Pavilion, Cranbrook School. August 2000 / [Research File] Peddle Thorp & Walker.
Series Heritage report
Subject - Name Hunt, John Horbury, -- 1838-1904
Subject Cranbrook School (Bellevue Hill, N.S.W.), "The Horbury Hunt Pavilion"
Cranbrook School (Bellevue Hill, N.S.W.)
Corporate Author Peddle Thorp & Walker
Added title Includes the Heritage Report for The Horbury Hunt Pavilion c1870-1880, prepared in 1995 by Howard Tanner & Assoc.
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