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14 January 2012

1919 – Pennyfeather Memorial Buildings, Barnet, Hertfordshire

Architect: W. Charles Waymouth “This institution was erected a short time since. The exterior view now reproduced was exhibited at the Royal Academy last summer. The accommodation, a hall to seat 450 adults....

14 January 2012

1919 – Roadside Cottage, Hertfordshire

Architect: Andrew Gray “This cottage, built on a fairly large site. stands detached and well back from the highway. The first floor contains three bedrooms, bathroom, a boxroom and linen store. The external...

11 January 2012

1919 – Easton Lodge, Dunmow, Essex

Architect: Philip Tilden In 1847, almost the whole of the Elizabethan part of the mansion was destroyed by fire. Although uninsured, the property was rebuilt in Victorian Gothic style at a cost of...

05 June 2011

1919 – “The Stone & Faggot” Inn, Little Yeldham, Essex

Architect: Basil Oliver Closed as a public house, and converted into a private residence. In the village bakery in the 18th century, faggots of sticks were used to heat stones on which bread...

22 March 2011

1919 – Munster & Leinster Bank, O’Connell St., Dublin

Architect: McDonnell & Dixon Fine classical bank building turning a corner elegantly from O’Connell Street onto Abbey Street. The relief sculpture over the door was by George A. Power. No longer in use...

29 June 2010

1919 – Former Bank of Commerce, Winnipeg, Manitoba

Architects: Victor Daniel Horsburgh In Winnipeg the main banks had been clustered on Main Street. As Portage Avenue developed into a shopping area, the banks started to open up branches to cater for...

27 April 2010

1919 – Winnipeg Hydro Showroom, Winnipeg, Manitoba

In 1910, land for a power substation was acquired by the City of Winnipeg on the west side of King Street, north of Notre Dame Avenue. The King Street substation was completed in...

08 April 2010

1919 – Easons, Abbey Street, Dublin

Architect: T.J. Ruthven Destroyed in the 1916 Rising, this is the Abbey Street fa├žade of their O’Connell Street store. An austere stone finish with shallow relief decoration masks a steel structure.

21 February 2010

1919 – Gainsboro House, Suffolk Street, Dublin

Architect: Frederick Hayes Good example of early 20th century Dublin commercial building. Many building similar in style were built in the Abbey Street area during its reconstruction after the Civil War.