Person    | Male  Born 1850  Died 1929

Charles Fitzroy Doll

Categories: Architecture

Charles Fitzroy Doll

From 1885 until at least 1908 he was the Bedford Estate surveyor. Specialised in designing hotels, such as Hotel Russell. Other London work includes: Imperial Hotel next to Hotel Russell (demolished), the Bloomsbury Apollo Inn (demolished), Waterstones in Torrington Place - built in 1907 as a row of shops in Victorian Gothic - see Ornamental Passions. Also worked on the India Office. He designed the Titanic's dinning room, copying that in Hotel Russell.

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Charles Fitzroy Doll

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David Garrick - WC2

Cast bronze, designed by Doll and modelled by Fehr. Erected by Herbrand Russe...

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Pugin family

Historic England has ""Kupron bronze plaque on 1st floor designed in 1908 by ...

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Other Subjects

Guardian Angels Church & School

Guardian Angels Church & School

The church on the Mile End Road was opened in 1903, the school, shown in this picture, behind the church, in 1896. Both funded by the Howard Family of Norfolk.

Building, Architecture, Education, Religion

1 memorial
Alan Blanc

Alan Blanc

Alan John Blanc's birth was registered in the 2nd quarter of 1929 in the Edmonton registration district. He was the son of Albert Francis Blanc (1888-1973) and Winifred Evelyn Blanc née Kirtland (1...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
South London Hospital for Women

South London Hospital for Women

Hospital for women and children. Founded by surgeons Eleanor Davies-Colley and Maud Chadburn. Throughout its existence, it was staffed by women only. The original building was designed by Sir Edwin...

Building, Architecture, Medicine

2 memorials
Francis Golding

Francis Golding

Architectural expert:  honorary fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), head of the Royal Fine Art Commission during the late 1990s and had worked on major projects such as the ...

Person, Architecture, Cyclist, Tragedy

1 memorial
Sir Christopher Wren

Sir Christopher Wren

Born East Knoyle, Wiltshire, died London.  Designer of 54 London churches, of which 13 were destroyed in the Blitz. Part of one of his churches, St Antholin, has ended up in an unexpected location...

Person, Architecture, Race Issues, Seriously Famous

38 memorials