J.J. Clark: Architect of the Australian Renaissance

A new book has been released on J.J (John James) Clark has been published by NewSouth Publishing, and authored by Andrew Dodd.

Clark (23 January 1838 - 25 June 1915), was was born in Liverpool and spent 30 years in the public service in combination with 33 in private practice. He was responsible for the design of some of Australia's most noted public buildings, especially in Melbourne, including the Old Treasury Building (now City Museum), the Melbourne City Baths, Queen Victoria Women’s Hospital, the Supreme Court, the Melbourne Town Hall Administration Building, the Fremantle Town Hall, and at least part of what is now Willsmere.

(See also: http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/clark-john-james-3216)