Arthur Norman Baldwinson
BALDWINSON, ARTHUR NORMAN (1908-1969), architect, was born on 26 February 1908 at Kallaroo, near Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, son of native-born parents Horace Stanley Baldwinson, railway employee, and his wife Florence Augusta, née Griese (Grice). Arthur was educated at Quorn Public School, South Australia (1920-21), and the Goldfields High School, Kalgoorlie (1922 and 1925); while living at the Cottesloe household of his uncle, the schoolmaster Charles Grice, who interested him in poetry, literature and art, he went to the High School, Perth (1923-24). He attended the Imperial Jamboree of boy scouts at Wembley, London, in 1924.
A talented sketcher, Baldwinson was encouraged to study architecture and in June 1925 enrolled at the Gordon Institute of Technology, Geelong, Victoria. Having qualified in 1929, he taught there until 1931. He won the William Campbell sketching competition in 1930 and next year was admitted as an associate of the Royal Victorian Institute of Architects ...Read more at the source website