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Thomas Tait
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Born in Paisley, Glasgow
Born on 18th of June 1882
Died on 18th of July 1954

Born 1882. Died 1954 - Scottish architect.

Studied at Glasgow School of Art and on the Continent. Designed Adelaide House (1921-24), the Daily Telegraph office in London (1927) and St Andrew’s House, Edinburgh (1934). Chief designer of Glasgow Empire Exhibition of 1938.

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