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award-winning United States film actor (1928-1999)

English explorer who reached the South Pole just a month after Amundsen

United States general who was a hero of the War of 1812 and who defeated Santa Anna in the Mexican War (1786-1866)

British author of historical novels and ballads (1771-1832)

United States slave who sued for liberty after living in a non-slave state

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INTERESTINGLY, George Gilbert Scott junior was the eldest son of Sir Gilbert Scott, architect of the Albert Memorial, and father of Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, the designer of Battersea Power Station.
In 1875, George Gilbert Scott said that the effect of Ruskin's writing on architecture "has been enormous, and in the main beneficial" (144).
It was created by George Gilbert Scott and William Henry Barlow.
The hotel was designed, in a singularly over-the-top Gothic Revival style, by Sir George Gilbert Scott (his restoration of Bangor Cathedral did not, in my view, confer any architectural favours on the original mediaeval structure).
Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron took the original building, designed by eminent Victorian architect George Gilbert Scott, and turned it into one of the most memorable, ambitious art museums in the world.
A plaque to Francis Skidmore, who carried out the metalwork for the design by Sir George Gilbert Scott, was unveiled in Coventry earlier this month.
Sir George Gilbert Scott was the architect of many churches, with All Souls at Haley Hill near Halifax being regarded as the best.
The 14 chapters detail the history and fabric of the original building, the influence of its style, the role of the monks, its original purpose and later use as a record office, 2-story chapter houses in England, the restoration by George Gilbert Scott, the tile pavement, the roof, and the stained glass.
Designed by one of the most eminent architects of the Victorian era, Sir George Gilbert Scott, the attack on the 19th-century stately home left a repair bill estimated at pounds 8m.
Westminster Abbey's Chapter House, which dates to the 12th Century and was the birthplace of Parliament, hasn't undergone any significant repair work since the 19th Century when Sir George Gilbert Scott, the celebrated Victorian architect, restored the faade.
Designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott it was of particular historical importance.
The Gothic country house, built in 1777, and chapel built in 1863 by George Gilbert Scott, are in very poor condition.
The controversial architect Sir George Gilbert Scott added to the structure 30 years later but the church is probably best known for one of the finest stained-glass windows by the craftsman Thomas Willement.