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(wah'tĕr-hows),
Rupert, British physician, 1873-1958. See: Waterhouse-Friderichsen syndrome.
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The team were lucky in acquiring original Alfred Waterhouse glass exhibition cases deemed surplus by Manchester Museum.
ORPHANAGE'S HISTORY ALFRED Waterhouse was commissioned by the Liverpool Seamen's Orphan Institution to provide a home for children who had lost their families at sea.
Matthew Clough, curator of the University Art Gallery, at Abercrom by Square, will take charge of the new museum and has already been deeply involved in its planning over the last two ye He says: "After the university was set up in 1881, the authorities went to Britain's undoubtedly most noted architect, Alfred Waterhouse, born in Aigburth, who had worked in London since 1865, to create something very special.
The Victoria Building, opposite the Metropolitan Cathedral, was built between 1887 and 1892 by the renowned Liverpool-born architect Alfred Waterhouse It originally housed the library, named after Henry Tate, who donated pounds 20,000 of its pounds 35,000 cost.
The famous "ladywith the lamp" stood in Pembroke Place with the Liverpool architect Alfred Waterhouse and planned where every window should go to let in air for the patients.
Designed by Liverpool-born architect Alfred Waterhouse in the mid-1860s, the mansion and gardens were typical of the Victorian genre.
Alfred Waterhouse, one of the most successful Victorian architects and the man behind London's Natural History Museum and Manchester Town Hall, was born in Aigburth in 1830.
37 The buildings of Alfred Waterhouse and Herbert J Rowse Liverpool has produced a number of great architects but, for me, the two who encapsulate that essential blend of vision, artistic style, and engineering skill, are Alfred Waterhouse (1830 -1905) and Herbert J Rowse (1887 -1963).
Architect Alfred Waterhouse designed the famous red-brick building in Browlow Hill in 1885, to stand on the site for a former house.
Liverpool produced a number of eminent architects but the most famous and successful was Alfred Waterhouse (1830-1905) who put his stamp on towns and cities throughout Britain.
These buildings were designed by the gothic-revivalist architect Alfred Waterhouse, who was responsible for the design of Prior Pursglove College when it was Guisborough Grammar School.
The Royal Liverpool Infirmary was designed by Alfred Waterhouse (1830-1905) an architect particularly associated with the Victorian Gothic Revival.