Jack Cotton's flighty fortune

The man who ran the firm that designed Jack Cotton’s ill-fated Monico scheme in 1959 (Archive November 25) was a then little-known — as far as London was concerned — Yorkshire architect from Pontefract called John Garlick Llewellyn Poulson.

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