Cullen, T.J. (1880-1947)

Thomas Joseph Cullen was pprenticed to Ashlin and Coleman in Dublin before practising privately from 1908 onwards. He worked on several projects in Dublin for Matthew J. McCabe in the early years of the practice before specialising in work, for public and religious bodies. In 1922 he was appointed architect with P. H. McCarthy for the reconstruction of Cork city. Elected Fellow of the RIAI in 1922, he also served on the governing body of University College Dublin.

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