1927 – The Plaza, Middle Abbey St., Dublin

Architect: Donnelly Moore & Keatinge

A large canopy over the entrance signaled the Plaza, an entertainment complex built after the reconstruction of the area post 1916.

1921 – Dublin Port Milling Co., Alexandra Rd, Dublin

Architect: Frederick G. Hicks (1870-1965)

Large reinforced concrete flour mill next to Merchants’ Warehousing co. grain silo.

1882 – Exhibition of Arts & Manufactures, Rotunda Gardens, Dublin

Architect: George C. Ashlin

A smaller exhibition held in the gardens of the Rotunda Hospital. The manufactured good were mainly of the cottage craft industry while the artistic works exhibited were mainly by Irish artists.

1921 – Nos. 22-24 Upper George’s Street, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin

Architect: Kaye-Parry & Ross

Formerly the Avenue Hotel on the upper floors, and commercial premises at street level. Now Dunnes Stores,

1863 – City Factory, Patrick St., Derry

Architect: Young & Mackenzie

Occupying one side of the street, this large shirt factory of three storeys and a massive twenty-four bays was one of Derry’s “magnificent five”.

1899 – Star Factory, Foyle Rd., Derry

Architect: Daniel Conroy

One of “the magnificent five” shirt factories of Derry, and built for the Messrs. Bayer Company.

1851 – Albert Agricultural College, Glasnevin, Dublin

Low key design for what was intended as an important component in modernising Ireland’s agriculture industry in the 19th century. Originally intended to be a model school,

1859 – Munster Model Farm, Cork

Architect: Frederick Darley

Also known as the Munster Institute, a large 9-bay, 2-storey farm residence with farm buildings behind.

1891 – Sheil Hospital, Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal

Architect: William H. Byrne

“The ceremony of laying the foundation stone was performed early in October last by Miss Sheil,

1890s – Findlater’s, Nos.30-31 Upper O’Connell Street, Dublin

Architect: Charles Geoghegan

Former store belonging to the celebrated Dublin grocery chain Alex Findlater & Co. Extended over many years into the adjacent buildings.