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CLASP building architect, Henry Swain dies, aged 77

Henry Swain, who died on 7 January, was one of the key architects responsible for the success of the postSecond World War school building programme, writes Steven Palmer. He was also a RIBA vice-president in 1966-67 and was awarded a CBE in 1971.

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