1868 – Chapel & Superintendent’s House, City Cemetery, Derry

Architect: Robert Collins

Fine entrance to the City Cemetery in Derry on Lone Moor Road. “In connection with the new Cemetery at Londonderry there have been lately completed a Mortuary Chapel and Superintendent’s Dwelling-house,

1875 – Whitehouse, Carrigans, Co. Donegal

Architect: William McElwee

“We illustrate in present number a new residence erected for William J. Hanna, Esq. (late of Philadelphis,

1889 – Stranwix Hospital & Almshouses, Thurles, Co. Tipperary

Architect: Albert E. Murray

A charitable hospital and almshouses to provide homes for widows over sixty and named after its patron Emma Stanwix,

1880 – Design for Holy Ghost Hospital, Waterford

Architect: Walter G. Doolin

Unbuilt proposal in an architectural competition. Four years later, a design by J.J. O’Callaghan was constructed.

1864 – Scottish Amicable Life Insurance Buildings, Victoria Street, Belfast

Architect: Thomas Jackson

Unlike many buildings of this era in Belfast, this is still standing today although much altered inside.

1890 – Villa, Belfast

Illustration of a large villa to be constructed near Belfast, published in The Irish Builder, September 15 1890.

1870 – Interior, St Saviour’s Dominican Church, Limerick

Architect: Goldie & Child

St Saviour’s Dominican Church as it stands today is the result of the work of many architects over two hundred years.

1854 – Richmond District Lunatic Asylum, Dublin

Architect: Jacob Owen

This 1913 illustration depicts the front elevation of the Male Department of the Richmond District Lunatic Asylum,

1869 – District Lunatic Asylum, Downpatrick, Co. Down

Architect: Henry Smyth

Now known as the Downshire Hospital. “This building, of which we give an elevation and plans,

1884 – Library Chambers, Royal Avenue, Belfast, Co. Antrim

Architect: Edward J. Byrne

Demolished 1975.
Described in detail in The Irish Builder, October 15 1884: “OUR illustration shows the large block shops and business premises,