A Setting for Justice: Building for the Supreme Court of New South Wales
A Setting for Justice explores the history, design, construction and conservation of the different buildings which have housed the Supreme Court of New South Wales. This is the first detailed history of the three heritage buildings that comprise the King Street Courts and house the Supreme Court of New South Wales. Well-researched text and fascinating archival images document the development of this significant site and its buildings, as well as the results of recent conservation work.
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