Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architect, of Dublin, the eldest son of THOMAS NEWENHAM DEANE  THOMAS NEWENHAM DEANE and brother of LOUIS EDWARD HALL DEANE LOUIS EDWARD HALL DEANE . Thomas Manly Deane was born on 8 June 1851 at Ferney, Co. Cork, and was educated at Holyville Park School, Co. Dublin,(1) and privately before entering Trinity College, Dublin. While attending Trinity he also studied architecture as his father's pupil and on graduating in 1872 was apprenticed to WILLIAM BURGES  WILLIAM BURGES in London. Burges must have thought highly of his pupil's draughtsmanship for in 1875 he employed him to illustrate his personal copy of Tennyson's poems, albeit under close supervision.(2) Deane also studied life drawing in the studio of Frederick Weekes and at the Slade School and made a six-month architectural study tour in France, returning to Ireland at the end of 1875 to spend a year in his father's office. In 1876 he competed for and won the Royal Academy Travelling Studentship with his 'Design for Assize Courts of a large provincial town'(3) as a result of which he was able to spend nearly a year and a half in Italy in 1877-8.(4) On his return to Dublin from Italy he began practice as an architect as a partner in his father's firm. On St Patrick's Day, 1888,(5) he married Florence Mary, daughter of James Frederick Wright, a Dublin barrister, by whom he had two children.

Both during and after his father's lifetime, Deane was a frequent participant in architectural competitions for buildings ranging in size and importance from large national and municipal institutions to labourers' cottages.(6) In 1904 he was appointed co-architect with ASTON WEBB  ASTON WEBB for the new College of Science and Government Buildings to be built in Upper Merrion Street. It was said that the appointment was made to mollify public opinion in Ireland, which was hostile to the placing of the commission with an English architect.(7) Deane was knighted in 1911 when the College of Science was officially opened.(8)

After his only son, Thomas Alexander David, was killed at Gallipoli on 3 May 1915,(9) Deane resigned from the RIAI(10) and undertook little further architectural work. The most important building of his later years was the War Memorial Hall and Reading Room at Trinity College. In the mid 1920s he retired to Wales.(11) Towards the end of his life his eyesight began to fail.(12) He died on 3 February 1933(13) leaving an estate of £4,647(14) and survived by his widow and his daughter, Mrs. Mary Primrose Thorp.(15) In his obituary of Deane for the RIAI journal, RUDOLF MAXIMILIAN BUTLER  RUDOLF MAXIMILIAN BUTLER writes of his friend: 'He was a brilliant draftsman, and as a designer was foremost in his day and generation in this country. Of a retiring disposition, he took no part in the affairs of the Institute, and none in public life, his interests being wholly centered in artistic matters.'

A number of Deane's sketchbooks and single sketches, some dating from his visit to Italy in 1877-1878, and his diary of a trip to France and Spain in September 1880 with sketches are in the National Gallery of Ireland.(16) In the Photographic Library of the one hundred photographs of buildings and furnishings designed by Deane and of architectural drawings by him.(17)

RHA: elected academician, 1910.(18)
RIAI: member, 1883;(19) elected fellow, 16 Dec 1893;(20) resigned 1915.(21)

Addresses: Work: 3 Merrion Streeet Upper 1883-1900;(22)  15 Ely Place, 1900;(23) 27 Molesworth Street, 1909-1922.(24)
Home: 5 Sidmonton Square, Bray, 1896;(25) 15 Ely Place, Dublin, 1897-1908;(26) Ailesbury Park, 1912;(27) Fairholme, No. 2 Ailesbury Park, Merrion, Dublin, 1913-1923;(28) Erw-Lydan, Penmaenmawr, Wales, mid 1920s until death.

See WORKS.

For the purposes of this database buildings designed by Thomas Newenham Deane and/or Thomas Manly Deane between 1778 and 1899 (inclusive) are listed under THOMAS NEWENHAM DEANE & THOMAS NEWENHAM DEANE & amp; SON and buildings designed by Thomas Manly Deane from 1900 onwards are listed under THOMAS MANLY DEANE THOMAS MANLY DEANE . See also BIBLIOGRAPHY. BIBLIOGRAPHY.



References

All information in this entry not otherwise accounted for is from Deane's account of himself in IB 43, 13,27 Feb 1901, 633-5,643, and from the obituary by R.M. Butler in JRIAI (1934), 30-31. A shorter obituary is in RIBAJ, 13 May 1933, 557-8, another, less reliable, one in IB 75, 11 Feb 1933, 97. The most recent account of his life and work is in Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 391-395. The photograph of Deane which accompanies the article in IB 43, 13 Feb 1901, 633, also appears in E. Macdowel Cosgrave, ed., Dublin and County Dublin in the Twentieth Century (1908), 266, in IB 53, 18 Feb,22 Jul 1911,105,477, and in Cork Historical and Archaeological Society Journal 21 (Oct-Dec 1915), facing p.185; a different photograph after a painting by Fernando Joze de Terry is in IB 43, 13 Feb 1901, 633.

(1) Information from Hector Deane (Aug 2009).
(2) This volume was sold at Christie's on 30 November 1983, see catalogue, lot 208.
(3) Published in Architect 17, 17 Mar 1877, 178.
(4) The breadth of his education reflected his father's view of how the aspiring architect should prepare himself for his profession: 'He must see what is good, and learn to draw it; he must study what has been done by others who have gone before him; he must, as it were, dissect ancient art, and when hhe has done so draw it honestly and faithfully. The figure must be his study, and he must read so as to become a man of letters.' (IB 17, 15 Dec 1875, ?)
(5) Information from Hector Deane (Aug 2009).
(6) In 1907 he won third prize in the Irish Labourers' Cottages competition, see IB 26 Jan,9,23 Mar,20 Apr,4 May 1907, 45,157,214,273,316,322(inset illus.); Building News 92, 24 May 1907, 719,738(illus.).
(7) IB 46, 7 May 1904, 282,282.
(8) IB 53, 22 Jul 1911, 477.
(9) IB 57, 5 Jun 1915, 253; The Cork Historical and Archaeological Society Journal 21 (Oct-Dec 1915), 185.
(10) JRIAI (1916), 9.
(11) Who's Who in Architecture (1923) gives a Dublin address, but Deane is not in Thom's Directory for 1927.
(12) IB 75, 11 Feb 1933, 97.
(13) Who Was Who, 1929-1940, 345.
(14) IB 75, 1 Jul 1933, 537.
(15) See note 10, above; Deane exhibited a portrait medallion of 'My Little Daughter' at the RHA in 1897 (no. 512).
(16) Nos. 6377, 6378, 6864, 7382, 7383, 7388-7398, 7424.
(17) NLI Album 74.
(18) IB 52, 12 Nov 1910, 686; Building News 99, 4 Nov 1910, 673.
(19) RIAI council meeting minutes, 9 Apr 1883, 226.
(20) RIAI council meeting minutes, 7 Dec 1893, 308, general meeting minutes, 16 Dec 1893, 310.
(21) See note 6, above.
(22) RIAI Council meeting minutes, 9 Apr 1883; Post Office Directory, 1900.
(23) Irish Times, 24 Apr 1900.
(24) IB 51, 10 Jul 1909, 437; Thom's Directory 1922.
(25) Post Office Directory, 1896.
(26) Address given in RHA Catalogue 1897 (nos. 501,512); E. Macdowel Cosgrave, ed., Dublin and County Dublin in the Twentieth Century (1908), 266; the house is described as his 'late residence' in IB 53, 22 Jul 1911, supplement.
(27) Address given in RHA Catalogue 1912 (no. 309).
(28) B of I files, source not given; Debrett's Peerage (1914), 858, which also gives an address at Ferney, Lochgoilhead, Co. Argyll; Who's Who in Architecture (1923), 75.


54 work entries listed in chronological order for DEANE, THOMAS MANLY (SIR)


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Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, GEORGE'S STREET SOUTH GREAT, SOUTH CITY MARKETS
Date: 1878
Nature: Entered Italian Renaissance design under pseudonym 'Agora' in competition. Placed 3rd.
Refs: Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 391

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, CLYDE ROAD, CHURCH OF ST BARTHOLOMEW (CI)
Date: 1879ca;1892
Nature: Interior decoration (murals, mosaic pavements) for Rev. R. Travers Smith, painted cherubim in roof of sacrarium himself; decoration of chancel 'nearly finished', Feb 1881. Rood screen erected 1892.
Refs: Irish Ecclesiastical Gazette 23, no. 59, 12 Feb 1881, 119; sketches in NGI, Cat. 7396; RHA 1897, no. 501; IB 43, 27 Feb 1901, 643; E. MacDowell Cosgrave & Leonard R. Strangways, Visitors’ Guide to Dublin and Neighbourhoods (Dublin & London, [1907]), 24; Kenneth Milne, St Bartholomew's: a history of the Dublin Parish (1963), 28-29,105-6

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, CLYDE ROAD, CHURCH OF ST BARTHOLOMEW (CI)
Date: 1879ca;1892
Nature: Interior decoration (murals, mosaic pavements) for Rev. R. Travers Smith, painted cherubim in roof of sacrarium himself; decoration of chancel 'nearly finished', Feb 1881. Rood screen erected 1892.
Refs: Irish Ecclesiastical Gazette 23, no. 59, 12 Feb 1881, 119; sketches in NGI, Cat. 7396; RHA 1897, no. 501; IB 43, 27 Feb 1901, 643; E. MacDowell Cosgrave & Leonard R. Strangways, Visitors’ Guide to Dublin and Neighbourhoods (Dublin & London, [1907]), 24; Kenneth Milne, St Bartholomew's: a history of the Dublin Parish (1963), 28-29,105-6

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, PEMBROKE PARK, ST MARY'S HOME
Date: 1891;1900;1924
Nature: Extension costing £1,489 in 1900. New wing, 1924. For Community of St Mary the Virgin.
Refs: IAA, PKS B19/33, A08 (Jun 1900); Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 395

Building: SCOTLAND, GLASGOW, KELVINGROVE ART GALLERY
Date: 1892
Nature: Competition entrant; premiated design.
Refs: Competition design exh. RA 1880, No. 1212;  Irish Times, 23 Apr 1892;  IB 43, 27 Feb 1901, 643; Frederick O'Dwyer, The Architecture of Deane and Woodward (Cork University Press, 1997), 393-4.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, ELY PLACE UPPER, NO. 015
Date: 1897ca
Nature: TMD's residence, 'rebuilt in a decidedly picturesque manner' by himself.
Refs: IB 43, 13 Feb 1901, 633; 53, 22 Jul 1911, supplement (illus.)

Building: CO. SLIGO, SLIGO, CLARION ROAD, DISTRICT LUNATIC ASYLUM
Date: 1899-1901
Nature: Works, including heating and ventilation; 2 proposed new blocks.
Refs: IB 41, 15 Sep,1 Oct 1899, 130,150; 42, 15 Aug,15 Sep 1900, 452,486; 43, 27 Feb 1901, 643; 44, 2 Jan,5 Jun 1902, 994,1276;  Irish Times, 6 Mar 1891.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, KILDARE PLACE, CHURCH OF IRELAND TRAINING COLLEGE & SCHOOLS
Date: 1899-1906
Nature: Remodelling, including new dormitories, Plunket Memorial, chemical laboratory, book depository &c. Builder: Jos. Pemberton.
Refs: Proposals, 1897, and designs in Church of Ireland Training College, Rathmines; designs for recasing and reroofing, 1899-1901, in IAA, 80/10.16/1-6; sketch and photocopies of designs for Plunkett arms and surround in IAA, Murray Collection, nos. 645, 646 (see Murray Collection Catalogue, 198); IB 43, 13, 27 Feb 1901, 624, 643; 48, 22 Sep 1906, 749; 53, 22 Jul 1911, 488 (illus.); IA & C 1, 15 Apr 1911, 170 (illus.)

Building: CO. SLIGO, SLIGO, CLARION ROAD, DISTRICT LUNATIC ASYLUM
Date: 1900-1902
Nature: RC chapel. Dutch gabled. To accommodate 400. Builder: D. McLynn, Sligo. Clerk of Works: ?P.J. Kilgallon.
Refs: IB 42, 1,15 Aug,15 Nov 1900, 437, 452, 554; 43, 27 Feb 1901, 643; 44, 5 Jun 1902, 1276; 53, 22 Jul 1911, 488 (illus.); B 79, 1 Dec 1900, 502; 80, 5 Oct 1901, 302; IA & C 1, 29 Apr 1911, 198 (illus.)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, MERRION SQUARE, NATIONAL GALLERY OF IRELAND
Date: 1900-1903
Nature: Responsible for carrying out plans by T.N. Deane & Son. Builder: Meade. Cost: £30,000.
Refs: Drawing of proposed alteration to Room 14, dated 11 Dec 1901, in NLI, no. 18,300; IAA, PKS 0820, B19/24, A08 (Aug 1899); IB 43, 27 Feb, 29 Aug 1901, 643, 845; 44, 30 Jan 1902, 1020; 45, 26 Mar, 9 Apr 1903, 1663,1690, 1702; 46, 3 Dec 1904, 802; 53, 22 Jul 1911, 484 (illus.); IA & C 1, 13 May 1911, 219, 226

Building: CO. WICKLOW, NEWCASTLE, NATIONAL HOSPITAL FOR CONSUMPTIVES
Date: 1900?;1904
Nature: Proposed additional residential houses, 1900 (architect not mentioned, but probably TMD).  New wing, 1904.
Refs: IB 42, 1 Aug 1900, 437; 46, 27 Feb 1904, 122

Building: CO. SLIGO, SLIGO, OLD BUNDORAN ROAD, UNION WORKHOUSE
Date: 1901
Nature: RC chapel In progress in Sept 1901; is this mistake for lunatic asylum chapel, q.v.?
Refs: IB 43, 12 Sep 1901, 862

Building: CO. SLIGO, SLIGO, CHAPEL (CI)
Date: 1901
Nature: Builder: John Clarence. Cost: £798.
Refs: IB 43, 24 Oct 1901, 906

Building: CO. CAVAN, COOTEHILL, CHURCH OF ALL SAINTS (CI, DRUMGOON PARISH)
Date: 1901
Nature: Caen stone font with marble panels.
Refs: Drawing in IAA, Murray Collection no. 217 (see Murray Collection Catalogue, p. 102);  Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 288.

Building: SCOTLAND, GLASGOW, GLASGOW INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, IRISH PAVILION
Date: 1901
Nature: 'a very charming suggestion of an old Irish thatched country house'
Refs: IB 43, 13, 27 Feb, 5 May 1901, 622, 643, 725; 75, 11 Feb 1933, ?

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DEAN'S GRANGE, CEMETERY
Date: 1901
Nature: Memorial cross to Thomas Newenham Deane. Executed by Harrison & Son.
Refs: Sketch designs in IAA, Murray Collection, no. 383 (see Murray Collection Catalogue, 142; repr. The Architecture of Ireland in Drawings & Paintings (1975), no. 87); IB 43, 24 Oct 1901, 918 (illus.); IA & C 1, 8 Apr 1911, 149

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, DAWSON STREET, NO. 056 (MILLAR & BEATTY)
Date: 1901
Nature: -
Refs: IB 43, 13 Feb 1901, 624

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, KILDARE PLACE, CHURCH OF IRELAND TRAINING COLLEGE & SCHOOLS
Date: 1901
Nature: Pedestal of Archbishop Plunkett statue designed by TMD.
Refs: IB 43, 24 Apr 1901, 702

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, KILDARE STREET, LEINSTER HOUSE (ROYAL DUBLIN SOCIETY), QUEEN VICTORIA MEMORIAL
Date: 1901
Nature: TMD, as 'Architect to the Surrounding Buildings', on executive committee of Queen Victoria Statue Fund.
Refs: IB 43, 13 Feb 1901, 622 (Jones ref., not checked); IB 43, 27 Feb 1901, 643.

Building: CO. LOUTH, DUNDALK, CHAPEL STREET, FREE LIBRARY
Date: 1902
Nature: Remodelling of former Vct. Limerick Grammar School as library for Dundalk Town Commissioners. Loan of £1650 from OPW. Carried out by Mr Beck, CE. Contractor: McGuiness.
Refs: IB 43, 16 Jan 1902, 1010; JRSAI18 (1908), 301-2; Christine Casey & Alistair Rowan, The Buildings of Ireland: North Leinster (1993), 274

Building: CO. KILDARE, MAGDALEEN'S (NAAS)
Date: 1902
Nature: New house for R.I. Lamb. Estimated cost: £5,919.
Refs: IAA, PKS 0855, B19/64, A08 (Aug 1902)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, GLASNEVIN, PROSPECT CEMETERY, MARTIN (SIR RICHARD) MEMORIAL
Date: 1903
Nature: Designed by TMD, executed by Harrison & Son; models for bronze work by Carlo Cambi of Siena.
Refs: IB 45, 23 Apr 1903, 1710

Building: CO. WICKLOW, BRAY, KING EDWARD ROAD, ARD SOLUIS
Date: 1904
Nature: Asymmetrical, gabled, Arts & Crafts style house for himself. Should date be 1907? See CO. WICKLOW, BRAY, KING EDWARD ROAD, HOUSE (ARD SOLUIS?).
Refs: W. Garner, Bray: Architectural Heritage (An Foras Forbatha, 1980), 71(illus.),75

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, MERRION STREET UPPER, ROYAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE
Date: 1904-11
Nature: With Aston Webb (first phase of Royal College of Science/Government Offices scheme consisting of back portion of quadrangle). Builder: McLaughlin & Harvey. FS laid by King Edward VII, 29 Apr? 1904. Opened July 1911. .
Refs: Drawings in OPW collection; IAA, PKS 0015, 0016, 0600, 0868, 1232, 1235, A08 (208, 209), A09 (24); designs exh. RA 1906 (no. 1468) and 1913 (no. 1681); IB 46, 26 Mar, 23 Apr, 7 May 1904, 173, 237, 269, 281, 282; 47, 28 Jan, 25 Mar, 29 Jul 1905, 62, 189 (illus.), 525; 49, 30 Nov 1907, 829; 54, 20 Jan, 21 Dec 1912, 34, 727; 55, 24 May, 21 Jun 1913, 333, 408, 414 (illus.); 59, 7 Jul 1917, 348; Building News 91, 12 Oct 1906, 506 (plan, also 3 perspective views on unnumbered pages); 101, 21 Jul 1911, 75; IA & C 1, 28 Jan, 4 Feb 1911, 8 (illus.), 24 (illus.); B 91, 29 Sep, 13 Oct 1906, 374 (illus.), 430 (illus.); Architectural Review 46 (1919), 26 (illus.).

Building: CO. KERRY, TRALEE, COUNTY HALL (OLD)
Date: 1905
Nature: Competition entrant, placed 2nd by assessor, G.C. Ashlin.
Refs: IB 47, 22 Apr, 6 May, 9 Sep 1905, 257, 278, 293, 618 (illus.)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, ELY PLACE UPPER, NO. 016-18
Date: 1906
Nature: Remodelled by Thos. Dockrell & Sons under supervision of TMD.
Refs: IB 48, 25 Aug 1906, 688

Building: CO. DERRY, MOLENAN, HOUSES
Date: 1907
Nature: Proposed labourers' cottages, for Mrs Robert Lyon-Moore.
Refs: IB 49, 4 May 1907, supplement(illus.)

Building: CO. WICKLOW, BRAY, KING EDWARD ROAD, HOUSE (CAMBRAI OR KYLEMORE?)
Date: 1907
Nature: New villa in progress. Contractor: Frazer.
Refs: IB 49, 12 Jan 1907, 24.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, UPPER QUEEN STREET, NATIONAL TELEPHONE CO.
Date: 1907
Nature: Addition. Builders: Lowry & Perry.
Refs: IB 49, 9 Mar 1907, 176

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, AILESBURY ROAD, HOUSES
Date: 1907
Nature: Part of speculative development which included houses in Ailesbury Rd, Ailesbury Park, Merrion Rd, and Sydney Pde. TMD moved into No. 2 c.1912, when he altered it by adding curved bows.
Refs: Information from Barry Murphy, present occupant of No. 2 Ailesbury Rd

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, AILESBURY PARK, HOUSES
Date: 1907
Nature: Part of speculative development which included houses in Ailesbury Rd, Ailesbury Park, Merrion Rd, and Sydney Pde.
Refs: Information from Barry Murphy, present occupant of No 2. Ailesbury Rd

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, MERRION ROAD, HOUSES
Date: 1907
Nature: Part of speculative development which included houses in Ailesbury Rd, Ailesbury Park, Merrion Rd, and Sydney Pde.
Refs: Information from Barry Murphy, present occupant of No. 2 Ailsebury Rd

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, SYDNEY PARADE (MERRION), HOUSES
Date: 1907
Nature: Part of speculative development which included houses in Ailesbury Rd, Ailesbury Park, Merrion Rd, and Sydney Pde.
Refs: Information from Barry Murphy, present occupant of No. 2 Ailesbury Rd

Building: CO. CAVAN, FARREN CONNELL (ALIAS BOBSGROVE)
Date: 1907
Nature: Design for proposed Tudor Revival House, for General Sir Oliver Nugent.  Not adopted
Refs: Kevin V. Mulligan, The Buildings of Ireland: South Ulster (2013), 490.

Building: ENGLAND, LIVERPOOL (LANCASHIRE), WAVERTREE, TELEPHONE EXCHANGE
Date: 1907-08
Nature: New. Builder: Dilworth.
Refs: IB 49, 30 Nov 1907, 829; 50, 5 Sep, 31 Oct 1908, 536, 671; 53, 18 Feb 1911, 105 (illus.)

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, DARTRY ROAD, TRINITY HALL
Date: 1908
Nature: Addition for lady students. Builder: Joseph Pemberton. Cost: £3,000.
Refs: IB 50, 13 Jun, 11 Jul, 8 Aug, 5 Sep 1908, 362, 437, 493, 552; B 94, 30 May 1908, 647

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, D'OLIER STREET, NO. 022-24 (JUNIOR ARMY & NAVY STORES)
Date: 1909
Nature: Structural alterations including new shop fronts.
Refs: IB 51, 10 Jul 1909, 437; 52, 8 Jan 1910, 21

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, COLLEGE GREEN, TRINITY COLLEGE, OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS BUILDING
Date: 1911
Nature: Builder: J. Pemberton.
Refs: IB 53, 16 Sep 1911, 629

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, KILDARE PLACE, CHURCH OF IRELAND TRAINING COLLEGE & SCHOOLS
Date: 1911
Nature: New college chapel.
Refs: IB 53, 25 Nov 1911, 773,789

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, LEESON STREET BRIDGE, TRIUMPHAL ARCH
Date: 1911
Nature: Proposed temporary arch(es) for visit of King George V.
Refs: Signed drawing, dated 22 Jun 1911, in IAA, Sibthorpe Collection, 78/22(H).

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, WESTMORELAND STREET, NO. 041 (SCOTTISH WIDOWS' OFFICE)
Date: 1911
Nature: Renovation of stonework. Contractor: S.H. Bolton.
Refs: IB 53, 16 Sep 1911, 629

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, COLLEGE GREEN, TRINITY COLLEGE
Date: 1912-13
Nature: Proposed new reading room.
Refs: Drawings in TCD, ms. MUN/MC/36), repr. in E.J. McParland, 'The College buildings', in C.H. Holland, ed., Trinity College Dublin and the idea of a university (1991), 176,177.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, MOUNT STREET LOWER, NO. 065 (R.W. ARCHER & CO.)
Date: 1912-13
Nature: New motor garage and show rooms. Builder: Jones & Sons, Stephen's Gn.
Refs: IB 54, 31 Aug, 14 Sep 1912, 509, 535; 55, 26 Apr 1913, 287

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, MERRION STREET UPPER, GOVERNMENT OFFICES
Date: 1912-18
Nature: With Aston Webb (second phase of Royal College of Science/Government Offices scheme consisting of front portion of quadrangle). Builder: McLaughlin & Harvey..
Refs: Drawings in NA, OPW collection, old ref. H.H.0; IAA, PKS 0133, 0958,1233, missing account book A02 (old ref. A/09(38)); RA 1913, no. 1681; IB 47, 29 Jul 1905, 525; 54, 20 Jan,26 Oct,21 Dec 1912, 34,601,727; Building News 102, 14 Jun 1912, 864; 106, 2 Jan 1914, 5-8(illus.); AJ 59, 27 Feb 1924, 365(illus.);  Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005), 560.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, LORD EDWARD STREET, NO. 021-25 (MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS) (PROPOSED)
Date: 1913
Nature: Competition entrant.
Refs: IB 55, 12 Apr 1913, 258; RHA 1914, 520

Building: CO. WICKLOW, BRAY, QUINSBOROUGH ROAD, WAR MEMORIAL
Date: 1919-23
Nature: Celtic cross of Tullamore limestone near railway station, executed by C.W. Harrison.  Unveiled Mar 1920. Cost: £550.
Refs: Inscription on cross; Wicklow Newsletter, 22 Mar 1919, 22 Dec 1923; IB 62, 27 Mar 1920, 181

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, CLYDE ROAD, CHURCH OF ST BARTHOLOMEW (CI)
Date: 1919ca
Nature: Proposed war memorial chapel, vestry room & baptistery.
Refs: Kenneth Milne, St Bartholomew's: a history of the Dublin Parish (1963), 76-77

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, COLLEGE GREEN, TRINITY COLLEGE, WAR MEMORIAL HALL
Date: 1921-28
Nature: Proposed 1921, completed 1928. Builder: J. & P. Good. See also War Memorial Reading Room.
Refs: IB 63, 12 Mar, 16 Jul 1921, 158, 499; 64, 12 Aug 1922, 541; 69, 28 May 1927, 381; 70, 10 Nov, 8 Dec 1928, 941,1022 (illus.); Building News 121, 18 Mar, 8 Jul 1921, 149, viii; 126, 21 Mar, 4 Apr 1924, 317 (inset illus.), 369, 378 (illus.) AJ 69, 1 May 1929, 683, 684 (illus.); E.J. McParland, 'The College buildings', in C.H. Holland, ed., Trinity College Dublin and the idea of a university (1991), 176-178.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, PEMBROKE PARK, ST BARTHOLOMEW'S CHURCH HOME & SCHOOLS
Date: 1924
Nature: Addition. Builder: Roberts, Grand Canal St.
Refs: IB 66, 14 Jun, 6 Sep 1924, 534, 778; Kenneth Milne, St Bartholomew's: a history of the Dublin Parish (1963), 91

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, COLLEGE GREEN, TRINITY COLLEGE, WAR MEMORIAL READING ROOM
Date: 1937a
Nature: Proposed 1921 and completed 1937. Last work of TMD, carried out by R.C. Orpen. See also War Memorial Hall.
Refs: IB 63, 12 Mar, 16 Jul 1921, 158, 499; 64, 12 Aug 1922, 541; 79, 10 Jul, 18 Sep 1937, 624, 819 (illus.); E.J. McParland, 'The College buildings', in C.H. Holland, ed., Trinity College Dublin and the idea of a university (1991), 176- 178;  Christine Casey, The Buildings of Ireland: Dublin (2005), 399.

Building: CO. KILKENNY, BESSBOROUGH
Date: ?
Nature: Alterations, including removing front steps and moving principal entrance to ground floor, new porch, conversion of original hall into sitting room.
Refs: T.U. Sadleir & P.L. Dickinson, Georgian Mansions in Ireland (1915), 21

Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, CLYDE ROAD, ST BARTHOLOMEW'S VICARAGE
Date: ?
Nature: Extension to right of entrance front. TMD's last work, completed under supervision of R.M. Butler after TMD left Ireland
Refs: JRIAI (1934), 31.

Building: CO. DUBLIN, KILLINEY, EIRENE
Date: ?
Nature: Neo-Renaissance chimneypiece. For Rev. Henry Palmer. Execution attr. to Carlo Cambi by McCarthy.
Refs: Drawing in sketchbook in NLI, Cat. no. 7396; Patricia McCarthy, 'From Torpedo Boat to Temples of Culture: Carlo Cambi's Route to Ireland', Irish Arts Review Yearbook 18 (2002), 73 (illus.), 76

Building: CO. DUBLIN, KILLINEY?, ST LEONARD'S?
Date: ?
Nature: Proposed drawing-room 'inglenook' fireplace.
Refs: Drawing of fireplace for J. Orpen Esq. in sketchbook in NLI, cat. no. 7396 (this could be J. Orpen of Emerald, Shankill)

Author Title Date Details
Deane, Thomas Manly 'Note on Siena Cathedral' 1887 B 52, 1 Jan 1887, 3.
Deane, Thomas Manly Pompeian Decorations ? n.d. (12 coloured interior decorative schemes, signed by TMD.)