Archibald Simpson Architect: His Life and Times, 1790-1847
Archibald Simpson, 1790-1847, is one of Scotland's greatest local architects and the man to whom Aberdeen owes its finest and most effective public buildings. David Miller, himself an architect, has written this illustrated account of Simpson's life and works.
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