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Fullerton Building seen from Clifford Pier in 1957.

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Marjorie Doggett in 1957.

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Clifford Pier seen from the Asia Insurance Building in 1956.

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Raffles’ Statue and Fullerton Building in 1957.

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Exhibition of Marjorie Doggett’s photographs.

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Intersection of Cross and Amoy Streets in 1955.

Singapore Pioneer

Marjorie Dogget was the first female photographer to capture Singapore’s architectural heritage.
Jan 3, 2020 5:50 AM

SEARCH #SINGAPOREARCHITECTURE ON Instagram, and over 38,000 posts will pop out at you, covering iconic buildings such as the State Courts, People’s Park Complex and many HDB flats.

If Marjorie Doggett were alive today, her photographs might have been there, standing out from all the rest

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