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These plans showing two different designs for a two-storey Public Library in Palmerston North were designed by Ludolph Georg West (1846-1919). Neither of these proposed buildings were ever built. The Danish-born architect established an architectural practice in Palmerston North in about 1880. In 1912 he formed a partnership with is son, Ernest Vilhem West, who continued the business after his father's death.

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L G West & Son
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CA: L G West, Series 4
Date
1909
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2021Pa_LGWest-S4-80_035136_002
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Paper
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