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Author Clifton, Marshall Waller Gervase, 1903-1975.
Title Marshall Waller Gervase Clifton papers, 1936-1978 [manuscript].
Published/Produced 1807-1978.
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 4th Floor Stack  ACC 4703A    FOR USE IN STATE LIBRARY +1 HOLD  REQUEST RETRIEVAL
 4th Floor Stack  ACC 6774A    FOR USE IN STATE LIBRARY +1 HOLD  REQUEST RETRIEVAL
 4th Floor Stack  ACC 8361A    FOR USE IN STATE LIBRARY +1 HOLD  REQUEST RETRIEVAL
 4th Floor Stack  ACC 7262A    FOR USE IN STATE LIBRARY +1 HOLD  REQUEST RETRIEVAL
 1st Floor Archive Stack  ACC PA29/4/3    IN PROCESS  REQUEST RETRIEVAL
 4th Floor Stack  ACC PA29/4/3    1 HOLD  REQUEST RETRIEVAL


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Call Number MN 1487
Description 10 cm.
Access advisory Available for reference; not for loan.
Cite As Battye Library, MN 1487, Papers of Marshall Waller Gervase Clifton, ACC 4703A, 6774A, 7262A, 8361A.
Biography/history Architect, great-grandson of Marshall Waller Clifton. Closely associated with the Royal Western Australian Historical Society and the WA Branch of the National Trust in the preservation and restoration of historic buildings in Western Australia.
Summary The collection comprises correspondence, newspaper cuttings, publications, notices and minutes of meetings, photographs, sketches and plans, some relate to his architectural input to the preservation and restoration of several historic buildings in WA, including the Old Mill (South Perth), Tom Collins House (Servetus Street, Swanbourne), Old Women's Home (Fremantle) and All Saints Church (Collie). Other papers refer to his travel and work in the United Kingdom and his career in Western Australia. There is also information about the Clifton family history and papers pre-dating Marshall Waller Gervase lifetime.
Subjects Clifton, Marshall, 1903-1975 -- Archives.
Architects -- Western Australia -- Archives.
Historic buildings -- Conservation and restoration -- Western Australia.