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Architectural Model - D C Gallager House, Glenhuntly, 1932 Object Reg. No: SH 891675

Summary:
Model of D.C. Gallager House, Glenhuntly, Victoria. This house was designed by A.V. Jennings' first architect Edgar Gurney and built by E. F. Barnard in 1932. It is located on the corner of Dorothy and MacGowan Avenues, Glenhuntly and cost 895 pounds sterling. The house, originally a compact bungalow style home with five rooms, including two bedrooms, lounge, dining and kitchen, was cement rendered in 1950 and had a second storey extension in 1979. The Gallager house bears many similarities to contemporary A.V. Jenning's homes which populated the suburb of Glenhuntly in the early 1930s.

This model was made by Modeltech in 1989 for Museum Victoria's exhibition 'Home Sweet Home: changes in Victorian Domestic Architecture, 1839 - 1989'.
Description:
Brick house, bungalow style with hipped tiled roof, 2 bedrooms, lounge, dining and kitchen. Front portico with brick pillars, low brick fence.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Mr Ron Smith - Jennings Industries Ltd., 1989
Discipline: History
Dimensions: 36.00 cm (Height), 71.50 cm (Width), 49.50 cm (Length)

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Tagged with: architectural models, architecture, building industry, homes, house building, housing, scale models, innovation design
Themes this item is part of: A.V. Jennings, Home Builder, Domestic & Community Life Collection, Public Life & Institutions Collection
Primary Classification: BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION
Secondary Classification: Architectural Design
Tertiary Classification: model homes
Modelmaker: Modeltech, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1989
Place & Date Used: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1989
Place & Date Made: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1989

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