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Thomas Frame Cosh (1869–1947)

Mr. Thomas Frame Cosh, architect, who designed a number of well-known Sydney buildings, died at his Balgowlah home aged 78. Born in the New Hebrides, where his father was a missionary, Mr. Cosh was educated at Sydney Grammar School and Sydney Technical College. After being articled as an architect in 1885, Mr. Cosh started his own practice in 1893. In 1904, with Mr. Alfred Spain, he founded the firm of Spain and Cosh. When Colonel Spain withdrew from the partnership in 1938, Mr. Cosh continued in association with his nephew, Mr. J. A. Cosh, and Mr. R. A. Stewart. Mr. Cosh is survived by his wife and two sons, Messrs. J. L. and C. F. Cosh.

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'Cosh, Thomas Frame (1869–1947)', Obituaries Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://oa.anu.edu.au/obituary/cosh-thomas-frame-14009/text24938, accessed 14 June 2024.

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1869
Vila, Vanuatu

Death

December, 1947 (aged ~ 78)
Balgowlah, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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