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Notes on the Geography of Great Mirror: Photo 7

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The name of the house is Moata, and the architect was J.L. Salmond, a graduate of Otago Boys' High School. He went on to article and partner with Robert. Lawson, and he also designed the Stuart Street terrace houses seen a moment ago. The house here was built in 1900 for a warehouse owner named Leslie Harris. Could he have been in South Africa for a time, or was it simply a case that Queen Anne revivalism was popular throughout the Empire?

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