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2007/191/1-11 Prospectus, Minerva Centre Limited, Websdale, Shoosmith Limited, printers, Sydney, New South Wales, 7 September 1937. Click to enlarge.

Prospectus for Minerva Centre, Sydney

Made by Lucas, Robert James in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1937.

Prospectus, Minerva Centre Limited, Websdale, Shoosmith Limited, printers, Sydney, New South Wales, 7 September 1937

Prospectus issued under the Companies Act 1936 for the issue of shares for the Minerva Centre Limited, which company intended to build the Minerva Theatre, Orwell Street and the Paradise Theatre, Macleay Street, Sydney. Includes concept drawings, maps and photos of surrounding buildings. The centre was originally designed by Charles Bruce Dellit and completed by Crick and Furse. ...

Summary

Object No.

2007/191/1-11

Object Statement

Prospectus, Minerva Centre Limited, Websdale, Shoosmith Limited, printers, Sydney, New South Wales, 7 September 1937

Physical Description

Prospectus, Minerva Centre Limited, Websdale, Shoosmith Limited, printers, Sydney, New South Wales, 7 September 1937

Prospectus issued under the Companies Act 1936 for the issue of shares for the Minerva Centre Limited, which company intended to build the Minerva Theatre, Orwell Street and the Paradise Theatre, Macleay Street, Sydney. Includes concept drawings, maps and photos of surrounding buildings. The centre was originally designed by Charles Bruce Dellit and completed by Crick and Furse. The Minerva was bought by MGM in 1948 and then became known as the Metro Kings Cross.

Dimensions

Height

350 mm

Width

226 mm

Cite this Object

Harvard

Prospectus for Minerva Centre, Sydney 2019, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 16 June 2019, <https://ma.as/379374>

Wikipedia

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