Crouch and Wilson
Crouch and Wilson was an architectural practice based in Melbourne, Australia in the late nineneenth century. The partnership, between Tasmanian-born Thomas Crouch and recently arrived Londoner Ralph Wilson, commenced in 1857 in Elizabeth Street. The firm designed numerous prominent Melbourne buildings including many Presbyterian and Wesleyan churches. After the deaths of the partners in the late 1880s, their sons continued on with the business until its closure in 1916.
- Methodist Ladies' College
- Prahran Town Hall, 1861
- The Homeopathic Hospital (later Prince Henry's Hospital)
- Durham Street Methodist Church, Christchurch, 1864
- Victorian School for the Deaf, St Kilda Road, 1866-71
- Church Of The Immaculate Conception, Hawthorn, 1867.
- Colombo Street Methodist Church, Christchurch, 1877
- East Melbourne Synagogue, 1877
- Royal Victorian Institute for the Blind, St Kilda Road
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- "Church (Methodist)". The Register. New Zealand Historic Places Trust. Retrieved 24 February 2011.[permanent dead link]
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