Wilson, William, 1919-1968

Architect. Wilson had been a teacher at a Māori school in Northland, and as a conscientious objector had served in the New Zealand Ambulance Corps during the War, before deciding to study architecture. Founding member of Group Architects. Registered architect, Auckland, with Ivan Juriss, in 1965. Died in 1968. Subject of poem by Jim Hackshaw (1968); pacifist.

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