John Seymour Lindsay worked with the great architects of the twentieth century and his crowning glories were designs for the Battle of Britain Chapel in Westminster Abbey, and reconstructions of the Kitchens of Hampton Court Palace, both of which are detailed in this book. Also, he was an inveterate model maker with huge skills constructing boats, theatres, engines, dolls houses, and trains.
Retired now, but worked in publishing for 30 years at Reader's Digest and Times Books. Call myself an Independent Publishing Professional interested in social history and our extensive family archives. Have co-published 3 books on Bedford and currently working on family projects on First World War and 20th century art of a grandfather. Lucky to live in a sub-tropical valley in southern Spain.read more
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