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George Temple-Poole (1856-1934) was the superintendent of public works in WA from 1885. He was an architect who designed a number of significant buildings in Perth and Fremantle: thirty-four of them have been classified by the National Trust in the highest category.
In Fremantle, he designed: the Cliff St Post Office; southern extensions to the Asylum; South Fremantle Post Office, the Harbourmaster's house on Arthur Head.
References and Links
Oldham, Ray 1988, bio in ADB.
Review of the Oldhams' book about him in Fremantle, the newsletter of the Fremantle Society: November 2000.
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