1915 – Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco, California
On land originally belonging to the Presidio, the Palace of Fine Arts was built in 1915 for the Panama-Pacific International Exposition.
1915 – City Hall, San Francisco, California
Built of gray California granite with blue and gold burnished ironwork, San Francisco City Hall was designed in a French Renaissance style.
1878 – Conservatory of Flowers, San Francisco, California
The Conservatory of Flowers is an elaborate Victorian greenhouse with a central dome rising nearly 60 feet high and arch-shaped wings extending from it for an overall length of 240 feet.
1878 – South City Markets, South Great George’s Street, Dublin
Second placed entry to design the South City Markets on Great Georges Street. The original was badly damaged by a serious fire in 1892,
1878 – Presbytery & Industrial Schools, Booterstown, Co. Dublin
In Ireland the Industrial Schools Act of 1868 established industrial schools (Irish: scoileanna saothair) to care for “neglected,
1878 – Magdalen Asylum & Laundry, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin
The buildings are now part of St. Michael’s Hospital but were constructed as one of the infamous Magdalen Laundries.
1879 – Sedes Sapientiae (Training School) Baggot St., Dublin
In the early 1830s Catherine McAuley started training courses in the Baggot Street Convent to qualify able students who wished to become governesses or teachers in various schools throughout Ireland.
1875 – St. Michael’s Hospital & Proposed Convent of Mercy, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin
From The Architect, November 20, 1875: Thiis another charitable institution managed by the Sisters of Mercy at the desire of the Very Rev.
1875 – Convent of Mercy, Brickfield Lane, Dublin
From The Architect, November 20, 1875: The convent and chapel illustrated in the present number have been erected in connection with St.