Negative of view of Rome from a lookout

Made by Warden, Sidney in Rome, Italy, 1912.

Sidney Warden was the most prolific of the several architects who designed hotels for Tooth & Co. Some of the architects who worked for Tooth & Co - Sidney Ancher, Sam Lipson, Rudder & Grout - were better known, but none designed so many hotels or so many well-known hotels.

By his own count, Warden’s work encompassed 392 hotels, new buildings or alterations to existing hotels, including such familiar structures as the Clare, the Lansdowne, the Broadway, the Henson Park, the Marrickville, the St...


Negative, black & white, view of Rome from a lookout, Sidney Warden, Rome, Italy, 1912

Probably taken by Sidney Warden from a tourist lookout in Rome (see 2007/61/1-3/222).


Warden, Sidney 1912

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