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John Mowlem Burt

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John Mowlem Burt (1845–1918), elder son of George Burt

1875 became a partner in Mowlem, Freeman and Burt, overseeing major works such as the Admiralty extensions and arch (1896–1901, 1906–14), New Scotland Yard (1908), Institution of Civil Engineers (1911), and the re-fronting of Buckingham Palace (1913).

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