- Charles Webb (architect)
- 1856 - Melbourne Church of England Grammar School (main buildings). Melbourne
- 1863 - Church of Christ. Swanston Street, Melbourne
- 1869 - Royal Arcade. Bourke Street, Melbourne
- 1876 - Mandeville Hall. Toorak, Victoria
- 1878 - Tasma Terrace. Parliament Place. East Melbourne, Victoria
- 1879 - South Melbourne Town Hall. South Melbourne
- 1880 - Primary School No. 1253. South Melbourne
- 1882 - Mosspennoch. East Melbourne
- 1883 - Grand Hotel (Windsor). Spring Street, Melbourne
- 1884 - Banks & Co Warehouse. 96 Pelham Street, Carlton
- 1889 - Charsfield. St Kilda Road
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- ^ "Trust will fight 3 wreckings The National Trust has again". The Age. 27 February 1978. http://news.google.ca/newspapers?id=pAYQAAAAIBAJ&sjid=8pIDAAAAIBAJ&pg=3127,5308866&dq=architect+charles-webb&hl=en. Retrieved 15 April 2010.
- ^ "South Melbourne Town Hall Community Hub Opens". http://www.portphillip.vic.gov.au/2692.htm. Retrieved 15 April 2010.
- ^ "A register of treasures". The Age. 13 March 1979. http://news.google.ca/newspapers?id=IlwQAAAAIBAJ&sjid=35IDAAAAIBAJ&pg=3126,6470603&dq=architect+charles-webb&hl=en. Retrieved 15 April 2010. [dead link]
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