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1929 – Former Bank, South Great George’s Street, Dublin

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Architect: Frederick Jermyn

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Former bank building, now converted into a bar. Constructed in 1929 for the National Bank. Jermyn was principal assistant to J.F. Fuller before going into partnership with him in 1916, the partnership becoming known as Fuller & Jermyn. Jermyn carried on the practice after Fuller’s death at the end of 1924 and until his own death in 1945.

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