The tipped in collotype frontispiece from William Hardy Wilson’s “Old Colonial Architecture in New South Wales and Tasmania”, published 1924.
The Weslyn Chapel at Ross in Tasmania perfectly expressed the beauty of the subject and the importance of Hardy Wilson’s publication. Soon after the chapel was demolished, its tilting walls considered unable to be restored. The capitals, typanum of the portico, dedication panel and quoins lie scattered on the hill above Ross.
The text to the frontispiece beneath the mount. Untrimmed tipped in plate and album leaf size 380mm x 480mm
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