Temple, Nigel (Hal Longdale)

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TEMPLE, Nigel (Hal Longdale)

TEMPLE, Nigel (Hal Longdale). British, b. 1926. Genres: Architecture, Children's non-fiction, Design, History, Homes/Gardens, Local history/Rural topics. Career: Architectural and Garden Historian, Painter and Photographer. RAF, Meteorology, 1944-48; Member of faculty, Sheffield College of Art, Yorks., 1953-55, and Wakefield College of Art, 1955-58; Head of Visual Studies, Glos. College of Education, 1958-78. Publications: Farnham Inheritance, 1956; Farnham Buildings and People, 1963; Looking at Things (filmstrips and handbooks), 1968; (with J. Temple) Seen and Not Heard, 1970; John Nash and the Village Picturesque, 1979; George Repton's Pavilion Notebook: A Catalogue Raisonne, 1993. Died 2003.

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