- Author:Robin Ward
- Publisher:Harbour; First Edition edition (January 1, 1996)
- Pages:364 pages
- FB2 format1919 kb
- ePUB format1410 kb
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Echoes of Empire : Victoria and Its Remarkable Buildings. Through Ward's wry, piercing and knowledgeable eye, we meet Francis Rattenbury, the flamboyant twenty-five-yearold designer of the opulent Parliament Buildings and Empress Hotel, whose career dissolved in scandal; Robert Dunsmuir, the tycoon who built an extravagant Scottish baronial castle; artist Emily Carr, premier Amor De Cosmos
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Ethnic Communities in Business: Strategies for economic survival (Comparative Ethnic and Race Relations). by Robin Ward, Richard Jenkins. ISBN 9780521129695 (978-0-521-12969-5) Softcover, Cambridge University Press, 2010. Coauthors & Alternates.
Heritage Tree Book Society. Cole, Douglas (1985) Captured Heritage: The Scramble for Northwest Coast Artifacts. Ward, Robin (1996) Echoes of Empire: Victoria and Its Remarkable Buildings. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.
Echoes of Empire: Victoria and Its Remarkable Buildings. Vancouver Sun readers know Robin Ward from his tony weekly column that tracks local architecture. With titles such as . s oldest dairy is tastefully preserved, these short essays, accompanied by Ward’s etchy line drawings, are perfect for the culture of Saturday morning: substance and diversion for work-dumbed brains. Echoes of Empire mixes history, and architecture, too, but Ward attempts more than a weekend quickie. In words (lots of them) and pictures, he catalogues over 60 architecturally significant locations in and around Victoria.
Although the Empire State Building is no longer the tallest building in the world (or even in New York City), it. .
Although the Empire State Building is no longer the tallest building in the world (or even in New York City), it remains mythical, iconic. This entrancing book is at once an appreciation of the structure as a practical work of art and an exploration of the building's role in the city and the world. Tauranac combines fine scholarship with a storyteller's gift for entertainment.
Varying Form of Title: Victoria & its remarkable buildings. Victoria and its remarkable buildings. Publication, Distribution, et. Madeira Park, . Harbour Pu. (c)1996. Varying Form of Title: Victoria and its remarkable buildings. Physical Description: xxvii, 362 p. : il. maps, ports. 24 cm. General Note: Maps on lining papers.
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