John Whichcord (1823–1885) is now totally forgotten, although he was well respected in his day. Unusually for a Victorian architect, he had a strong interest in Islamic culture, learned Arabic and lived among the Bedouin for 15 months in 1849–1850. He was President from 1879–1881.
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