Thomas Worthington. Victorian architecture and social purpose.
Manchester, Manchester Literary and Philosophical Publications Ltd 1988.
Folio. ix + (1) +173 + (1)pp, photo ills. Publisher’s cloth, in dustwrapper. Gavin Stamp’s copy, with his booklabel. No.286 of 300 numbered copies, named to Gavin Stamp and signed by the author.
Monograph on the successful Manchester architect Thomas Worthington (1826-1909), designer of Manchester’s Albert Memorial and City Police Courts, and father of two architect sons, Percy and Hubert, both knighted for their services to the architectural profession.