Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Name under which the architectural practice of RUDOLPH MAXIMILIAN BUTLER  RUDOLPH MAXIMILIAN BUTLER was known after JAMES LOUIS DONNELLY  JAMES LOUIS DONNELLY had left the partnership known as DOOLIN BUTLER & DONNELLY  DOOLIN BUTLER & DONNELLY in 1907 or early in 1908.(1) Butler dropped the name Doolin between 1915 and 1917.(2)

Addresses:(3) Dawson Chambers, 12 Dawson Street, 1910; Mansion House Chambers, 27 Dawson Street, 1911-1913; 23 Kildare Street, from 1914.

For works, see works of RUDOLF MAXIMILIAN BUTLER.. RUDOLF MAXIMILIAN BUTLER..



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(1) Gearoid Crookes, 'The Career and Architectural Works of Walter G. Doolin (1850-1902)', unpublished M.A. thesis, University College Dublin, 1987, 141, states that the partnership ended in 1907; it had certainly done so by April 1908 (IB 50, 4 Apr 1908, 222); although the IAA list of members for the session 1909-1910 still has the two men at the same address.
(2) Thom's Directory, 1915, 1918.
(3) From AAI lists of members.


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Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, ?, BOYS' BRIGADE HALL
Date: 1895
Nature: Alts. & adds. by Butler for Benvenutus J. Guy, OSFC.
Refs: Printed testimonial from Guy in IAA, Butler Papers, Acc. 85/107