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Robert Kerr

Robert Kerr was an architect who was born in Aberdeen but had periods working both in London and New York. In 1847 Kerr helped to found the Architectural Asccociation where he was the first president. His main commissions were for country houses and included Lingfield, Surrey (now called Greathed Manor). Kerr became a fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects in 1857.

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