Among his former works which have been carried out we may mention Great Alne, Warwickshire; Avenue House, Bishopton, Stratford-on-Avon; Holly Mount, Evesham; Englethwaite, Cumberland; house for Sir Geo. Philipps, Bart., Burmington; The Hall, Thornton-le-Street, for Lord Cathcart; Sand Hutton Hall, for Sir James R. Walker, Bart.; and the Gloucester Municipal Buildings, now in progress, which was won in competition.
Right - G. H. Hunt - From the Building News and Engineering Journal, June 20th 1890.
Jointly with Mr. Verity, Mr. Hunt built the Scarborough Spa Saloon, Nottingham Guildhall, and the Agricultural Hall improvements at Islington; with him he was also placed second in Admiralty and War Offices competition.
His plans in conjunction with Mr. Bateman were placed second in the competition for the Birmingham Law Courts. Mr. Hunt's photograph was taken by Mr. Barraud, of Oxford-street.
The article on this page, and its accompanying image, was first published in the Building News and Engineering Journal, June 20th 1890.
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