Cowlishaw, William Harrison

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Cowlishaw, William Harrison (1869–1957). English Arts-and-Crafts architect and disciple of William Morris. He is remembered for two buildings: The Cearne, Kent Hatch, Crockham Hill, Kent (1896), a charming house for Edward and Constance Garnett, and the summer-school known as The Cloisters, Barrington Road, Letchworth Garden City, Herts. (1908), an eclectic and romantic building. He worked for the Imperial War Graves Commission, and later for Holden.

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A. S. Gray (1985);
Miller (2002)