Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architect, of Waterford. Robert Cutlar, who had a BE degree, set up in practice as an architect and surveyor in Waterford circa 1921. He was appointed temporary architect to Waterford Corporation in 1934.(1) He died on 22 Nov 1964 in Waterford, leaving a widow and son.(2)

RIBA: elected licentiate, 30 Nov 1931.(3)

Addresses: 91 The Quay, Waterford, 1926; 57 St Declan's Place, Waterford, 1930;(4) 17 George's Street, Waterford, 1931;(5) 29 William Street, Waterford, <=1957(6) until death.

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References



(1) IB 76, 1 Dec 1934, 1044.
(2) Notice of death in ?Irish Times, November or December 1964.
(3) RIBAJ 39 (1931-32), 107.
(4) IB 72, 8 Nov 1930, 1011.
(5) AJ 73, 10 Jun 1931, 834.
(6) RIBA Kalendar1957-1958, 160.


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Building: CO. WATERFORD, WATERFORD, PARNELL STREET, CHURCH OF ST JOHN (RC)
Date: 1930
Nature: Repairs to tower & other works.
Refs: IB 72, 8 Nov 1930, 1011.