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William Lee and F. J. Smith

Categories: Architecture

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Architects active in 1882.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
William Lee and F. J. Smith

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Caxton Hall - foundation stone

The Town Hall Westminster This foundation stone was laid March 29th 1882 by t...

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Wash-house foundation stone

Seems likely that the F. J. Smith is the same architect as the one who built ...

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Lewis Vulliamy

Lewis Vulliamy

Architect, also sometimes named as Louis Vulliamy. Born Pall Mall, into a family of clockmakers. Uncle to architect George John Vulliamy. Designed a good number of churches and other buildings, man...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Nicholas Barbon

Nicholas Barbon

Builder and economist, a key figure in the rebuilding of London after the Great Fire. Laid out Essex Street in 1675. Also redeveloped Red Lion Fields and the Temple. It seems he was an extrovert ro...

Person, Architecture, Politics & Administration, Property

1 memorial
HM Office of Works

HM Office of Works

Architects. Architects of Greater Manchester has an entry for this organisation specifying that the architects department was formed in 1832 and dissolved in 1940. Scottish Architects describes it...

Group, Architecture

1 memorial
Glasgow School of Art

Glasgow School of Art

Founded in 1845 as the Glasgow Government School of Design. It changed to its current name in 1853. The main building, shown in the picture, in Renfrew Street was designed by Charles Rennie Mackint...

Group, Architecture, Art, Education, Scotland

1 memorial
Charles H. Driver

Charles H. Driver

Architect, known for his pioneering use of ornamental iron work.  His work in London includes: The Crystal Palace/Great Exhibition, Thames Embankment, Abbey Mills Pumping House, a number of railway...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial