The Heart of a City: the Story of Dunedin's Octagon

Author(s): Norman Ledgerwood

Otago | Secondhand

DoP - March 2008 Dunedin 112 pp Author Norman Ledgerwood has spent most of his professional life in architectural practice in Dunedin. He has written a history of Deborah Bay in the Lower Otago Harbour, and is currently writing a history of the southern Branch of hte New Zealand Institute of Architects.

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Norman Ledgerwood is a retired architect who has practiced in Dunedin, has worked overseas for several years and travelled extensively. He has previously written a history of Deborah Bay, a small settlement in the Lower Otago harbour, is a member of the committees of the Otago Settlers' Association and the Port Chalmers Historical Society and is a life member of the Friends of the Hocken. He is a retired Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Architects.

General Fields

  • : 9780473129897
  • : N. Ledgerwood
  • : N. Ledgerwood
  • : 180mm X 250mm
  • : New Zealand
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Norman Ledgerwood
  • : Paperback
  • : 720.99392
  • : 112
  • : illustrations (some colour)