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date: 17 November 2019

Wilson, Henrylocked

(1864–1934)
  • Fiona MacCarthy

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Wilson, Henry (1864–1934), architect and metalworker, was born on 12 March 1864 at 91 Red Rock Street, West Derby, near Liverpool, the eldest of three surviving children, all sons, of William Henry Wilson, schoolmaster, and his wife, Clara Louisa Broadley. Wilson, who was to become one of the most original and versatile practitioners of the arts and crafts style, studied at ...

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King's College, Cambridge