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The sculpture of William Andrew Noye Wells, Q.C. was commissioned to commemorate the founding of the Australian Institute of Valuers Incorporated in November 1926.

Justice Wells was the first appointed judge to the Land and Valuation Division of the Supreme Court of South Australia.



Address:1 Gouger Street, Supreme Court Building, Adelaide, 5000
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -34.930341
Long: 138.599567
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Sculpture
Monument Theme:Technology
Actual Event Start Date:05-November-1926
Actual Event End Date:05-November-1926
Artist:John Dowie


Approx. Monument Dedication Date:1986
Front Inscription

William Andrew Noye Wells, Q.C., Honorary F. A. I. V.

Commissioned to celebrate the founding of the Australian Institute of Valuers Incorporated in Adelaide on the 5th November, 1926 and as the  South Australian Division`s contribution to the Sesqui-Centenary Celebrations of South Australia

Justice Wells was the first appointed Judge to the Land and Valuation Division of the Supreme Court of South Australia

Sculptor - John Dowie - 1986



Source: MA
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