George Temple-Poole

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George Thomas Temple-Poole (born George Thomas Temple, 29 May 1856 – 27 February 1934) was a British architect and public servant, primarily known for his work in Western Australia from 1886.

As Perth's 'government architect', in a period of rapid urban development during the gold boom, he made notable contributions to Australian architecture and town planning prior to federation.

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Albany Cottage Hospital
Post and Customs office, Albany
other works