Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architect, of Belfast. Samuel Stevenson, son of Samuel Stevenson, of Belfast, was born in Belfast on 27 November 1859. After attending the Royal Academical Institution, he became a pupil in the office of YOUNG & YOUNG & amp; MACKENZIE. MACKENZIE. (1) He set up in independent practice at 41 Royal Avenue in 1886, when he designed a new Presbyterian church at Lylehill, Co. Antrim. He designed a few other Presbyterian churches and some houses, but his work was chiefly industrial and commercial. His appointment as architect for the Municipal Technical Institute in 1900 appears to have been controversial; a writer in the Irish Builder noted that it had caused 'grave dissatisfaction among the profession'.'(2)

Stevenson died early in 1924. He was married to Mary, daughter of John Hamilton of Belfast, who survived him, and was the father of JOHN HAMILTON STEVENSON  JOHN HAMILTON STEVENSON and WILLIAM JAMES HAMILTON STEVENSON WILLIAM JAMES HAMILTON STEVENSON , who joined the practice after serving in the First World War and carried it on after their father's death as SAMUEL STEVENSON & SAMUEL STEVENSON & amp; SONS.

Addresses: Work: 41, Royal Avenue, Belfast, 1886->=1888; 83 Royal Avenue, Belfast, >=1888, until death.
Home:  Jordanstown, Co. Antrim, 1911.

See WORKS. For the purposes of this database, all works given to Samuel Stevenson after the end of 1923 are filed under SAMUEL STEVENSON & SAMUEL STEVENSON & amp; SONS.



References

All information in this entry not otherwise accounted for is from the biography of Stevenson in Robert M. Young, Belfast and the Province of Ulster (1909), 602, which is illustrated with a portrait photograph, and from the obituary in IB 66, 8 Mar 1924, 186, also illustrated with a portrait photograph. Another photograph is in IB 49, 2 Nov 1907, 768.

(1) He drew the perspective view of Young & Mackenzie's design for Grattan's aerated water factory which is reproduced in IB 25, 1 Oct 1883.
(2) IB 42, 1 Jul 1900, 411; C.E.B. Brett, Buildings of Belfast (2nd ed., 1985), 71-72.


70 work entries listed in chronological order for STEVENSON, SAMUEL


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Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, GREAT VICTORIA STREET, WAREHOUSE
Date: 1888
Nature: Adds.
Refs: Architect 39, 13 Apr 1888, suppl. p. 1

Building: CO. ANTRIM, LYLEHILL (TEMPLEPATRICK), PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1888-1889
Nature: New church on site of one built in 1745, which was the first Secession Presbyterian church in Ireland.. FS laid 14 Sep 1888. Church opened 6 or 13 Jan 1889. Contractor: William Kerr, Mountpottinger.. Cost: £1,100.
Refs: IB 30, 1 Oct 1888, 254; 31, 15 Jan 1889, 25;  illus. in Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006),  338.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CRUMLIN ROAD, BALLYSILLAN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH & SCHOOL
Date: 1888-1891
Nature: Enlarged, 1888 at cost of £2,500. Further work, 1890. New church just opened, 1891. Contractor: Henry Laverty and Sons.
Refs: Architect 39, 2 Mar 1888, suppl. p.3; 30 Mar 1888, suppl. p.4; 43, 7 Feb 1890, suppl. p.1;  B 61, 18 Jul 1891, 52;  ;  for a photograph of exterior of this church, see Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 142(illus.). Information re Laverty from obituary in a Belfast newspaper July, 1909, reference sent by Henry Laverty, August 2017.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ROYAL AVENUE, NO. 081-87 (AVENUE CHAMBERS)
Date: 1888p
Nature: New offices and auction mart, for McKelvey & McCombe, house agents. 4-storey red brick building with stucco details.(SS had his office here from its completion onwards.)
Refs: IB 30, 15 Jan 1888, 16; Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993), 284; centenary leaflet Samuel Stevenson and Sons 1886-1986(Architectural Publications, Ltd., Belfast).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, DUNDROD, PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1889
Nature: Improvements (& 2 houses?)
Refs: Architect 42, 20 Sep 1889, suppl. p. 1

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LISBURN ROAD, WINDSOR PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH MANSE
Date: 1889
Nature: 'big plain red brick house with three Gothic lancets in the noirth gable overlooking the church'
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 80

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, MALONE ROAD, NO. 007-17
Date: 1889
Nature: 'tall red brick three-storey terrace'.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 101

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, MALONE ROAD, NO. 077 (DUNARNON)
Date: 1889
Nature: 'large…Italianate stuccoed house' for James Johnston, tea merchant. (later Aquinas Hall)
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 103

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DUBLIN ROAD, REFORMED PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1889-1890
Nature: New church. Opened 13 March 1890. Contractor: H. & J. Martin.
Refs: IB 31, 15 Jun 1889, 159; 32, 15 Apr 1890, 98

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ORMEAU AVENUE (& LINEN HALL STREET), WAREHOUSE (JOHN BULLOCK)
Date: 1889-1890
Nature: Addition of extra storey.
Refs: PRONI, W.H. Stephens & Sons papers, D1898/1/6; Architect 42, 20 Dec 1889, suppl. p.1; ?, ? ? 1890, ? (B. of I.; incomplete ref.)

Building: CO. TYRONE, STRABANE, DERRY ROAD, MANSE & OFFICES
Date: 1889ca
Nature: New.
Refs: Architect 41, 1 Feb 1889, supplement p.2; illus. in David Killen, ed., Through all the days: a Presbyterian Heritage, Strabane, 1659-1994 [1994], unpaginated

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ?, COMMERCIAL BOATING CLUB
Date: 1889ca
Nature: New boathouse to be built.
Refs: Architect 42, 26 Jul 1889, suppl. p.1

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ADELAIDE PARK, NO. 030 (ARDBRACCAN)
Date: 1890
Nature: 'big three-storey red brick house with a semi-circular lunette above an Ionic porch'. For Thomas Paul.. (Now Ulster People's College)
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991),27

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ROYAL AVENUE, NO. 012-26 (GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL)
Date: 1892
Nature: New. 'One of the last buildings to be built in the original Royal Avenue development…a luxurious 200-bedroom hotel whose tall slender copper done on an octagonal lantern dominated Royal Avenue'(Patton). (Demolished c. 1985 to make room for Castlecourt development.)
Refs: B 62, 5 Mar 1892, 192; Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993), 287

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CHLORINE GARDENS, NO. 003
Date: 1892
Nature: 'red brick three-storey house with stone-dressed Dutch gables'
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 41

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, MALONE ROAD, NO. 085 (RICHMOND LODGE)
Date: 1892
Nature: 'two-storey seven-bay stuccoed house with Italianate detailing'. For Peter Macauley, solicitor.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 103

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CHLORINE GARDENS, NO. 005 (ALFRETON)
Date: 1893
Nature: 'symmetrical two-storey house in red brick with hipped canted bays'
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 41

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CHICHESTER STREET, NO. 002-4 (PAYNE'S BUILDINGS)
Date: 1894
Nature: Two-storey red brick building on corner of Callender St with clock tower at corner. For Reuben Payne, mechant tailor.
Refs: Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993),65

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, YORK STREET, NO. 134-148 (GALLAHER)
Date: 1894
Nature: New tobacco factory at corner of Earl St., for Thomas Gallaher.
Refs: PRONI, W.H. Stephens & Sons papers, D1898/1/16; Paul Larmour, Belfast: an illustrated architectural guide (1987), 57 (No. 133, illus.)

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, WINDSOR PARK, NO. 008-10
Date: 1895
Nature: 'Plain red brick semi-detached houses with hipped bays and dormers, similar to Stevenson's adjacent houses in Eileen Gardens'. For Hugh Strain.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 185

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ADELAIDE PARK, NO. 024 & 26
Date: 1896
Nature: 'large pair of... semi-detached stuccoed houses with canted and rectangualr bays, hipped dormers and timber porches'
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 27

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CRANMORE AVENUE, NO. 008-010
Date: 1897
Nature: red brick semi-detached houses with hppped canted bays…look like the work of Samuel Stevenson on the basis of similarity with his houses in Eileen Gardens'
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 45

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CRANMORE AVENUE, NO. 033-035
Date: 1897
Nature: red brick semi-detached houses with hppped canted bays…look like the work of Samuel Stevenson on the basis of similarity with his houses in Eileen Gardens'
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 45

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, WINDSOR PARK, NO. 003-9
Date: 1897
Nature: 'Plain red brick semi-detached houses with hipped bays and dormers, similar to Stevenson's adjacent houses in Eileen Gardens'. For Hugh Strain.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 185

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LIBRARY STREET, WAREHOUSE (ARMSTRONG & CO.)
Date: 1897
Nature: New warehouse for A. Armstrong & Co., paper merchants and wholesale stationers of Dublin & Belfast, in progress, Feb 1897.  Approaching completion, Jun 1897. Contractors: W.J. Campbell & Son, Belfast.
Refs: Irish Times, 27 Feb,19 Jun 1897.

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, EILEEN GARDENS, NO. 001-7
Date: 1898
Nature: 'plain red brick semi-detached houses with hipped roofs to canted bays and dormers'. For Hugh Strain.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 65

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ACADEMY STREET, NO. 040 (KIRKER, GREER & CO.)
Date: 1900-01
Nature: New offices and warehouse.
Refs: IB 42, 15 Apr 1900, 334; 43, ? ? 1901, 751; Paul Larmour, Belfast: an illustrated architectural guide (1987), 63 (No. 142, illus.); Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993), 2

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ADELAIDE STREET, WAREHOUSE
Date: 1902
Nature: New. Cost £2,000.
Refs: IB 44, 4 Dec 1902, 1510

Building: CO. DOWN, BANGOR, QUEEN'S PARADE, NO. 43 & 44, 45 & 46
Date: 1902
Nature: 2 pairs of 3-storey stucco houses with 3-storey canted bays. For George Matthews.
Refs: Marcus Patton, Bangor: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1999), 179

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BAWNMORE ROAD, NO. 030-62
Date: 1902-1907
Nature: 'Pairs of semi-detached houses in red brick with dormer gable and wavy chamfers to stone lintels'. For Edward Stringer.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991),33

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, COLLEGE SQUARE EAST, MUNICIPAL TECHNICAL INSTITUTE
Date: 1902-1907;1909-1910
Nature: New Baroque Revival building, modelled on Clyde Young's War Office, Whitehall, London.. FS laid by Earl of Dudley, Lord Lieutenant, 24 Nov 1902. Opened by Lord Aberdeen, Lord Lieutenant, 30 Oct 1907. Contractor: W.J. Campbell & Son. Cost: £100,000. Large addition (consisting of 11 rooms at back of building), built 1909-10. Opened by Lord Mayor of Belfast, 3 May 1910. Contractor: Robert Corry. Cost:£8,000.
Refs: Minute book of Technical School committee, 1898-1902, and weekly reports of clerk of works to architect, 1902-1904, in PRONI, LA/7/7/AF/1/1 and BCT/1/3/1 (see PRONI e-catalogue); IB 42, 1 Jul 1900, 411; 44, 2,30 Jan,13 Feb,4 Dec 1902, 992,1021,1024,1040,1510; 46, 21 May 1904, 302; 47, 15 Jul 1905, 494; 49, 2,16 Nov 1907, 756,768(illus.),778; 50, 27 Jun 1908, 405; jubilee number, 38; 51, 23 Jan,6 Feb 1909, 50,82; 52, 14 May 1910, 317; 74, 19 Nov 1932, 1042,44; Building News 87, 22 Jul 1904, 100-101(illus.); 90, 22 Jun 1906, 876; 96, 1 Jan 1909, 59; Paul Larmour, Belfast: an illustrated architectural guide (1987), 65 (No. 149, illus.); C.E.B. Brett, Buildings of Belfast (2nd ed., 1985), 71-72; Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993), 75,87(ILLUS.)

Building: CO. ANTRIM, WHITEABBEY, WHITEABBEY BLEACH WORKS
Date: 1903
Nature: Extensive addition.
Refs: IB 45, 9 Apr 1903, 1700

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, EILEEN GARDENS, NO. 004 & 6
Date: 1903
Nature: 'pair of red brick semi-detached houses'. For Hugh Strain.
Refs: Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 65

Building: CO. DOWN, BANGOR, MAXWELL ROAD, HOUSES (002)
Date: 1903
Nature: Pair of semi-detached houses. For John Thompson.
Refs: Marcus Patton, Bangor: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1999), 144

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, FALLS ROAD (& CRAIG STREET), NEW NORTHERN SPINNING & WEAVING CO.
Date: 1905
Nature: New 6-storey spinning mill., with frontage to Hall's Rd of c. 112 ft. and to Craig St of 250 ft. Brick with Portland stone dressings.. Contractor: McLaughlin & Harvey. .
Refs: Building News 89, 29 Dec 1905, 899(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DONEGALL PLACE, NO. 051? (STEEN & MILLIKEN)
Date: 1907
Nature: New shop and offices being built by Robert Corry Ltd. Front almost entirely in Mount Charles stone..
Refs: IB 49, 4 May 1907, 324; Marcus Patton, Central Belfast: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1993), 104,111(illus.)

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, SPRINGFIELD ROAD, SPRINGFIELD SPINNING CO.
Date: 1907
Nature: New cotton spinning mill. Contractor: William Dowling (c. £8,000).
Refs: IB 49, 29 Jun 1907, 457; 51, 9 Jan 1909, 18

Building: CO. ANTRIM, WHITEHEAD, WHITEABBEY MILLS
Date: 1907
Nature: Addition. Contract secured by Robert Corry Ltd.
Refs: IB 49, 18 May 1907, 362

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DONEGALL PLACE (& CALLENDER STREET), JAMES LINDSAY & CO
Date: 1907-1909
Nature: Alts. & adds. to drapery premises. Contract secured by William .J. Campbell & Son.
Refs: IB 49, 18 May,15 Jun 1907, 358,425; 50, 9 Jan 1909, 18

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, COLLEGE STREET, MCARTHUR & CO.
Date: 1908
Nature: New factory. Contractor: J. & R. Thompson (£8,000)
Refs: IB 50, 18 Apr,26 Dec 1908, 245,805

Building: CO. DOWN, BANGOR, MAXWELL ROAD, NO. 013 (DOWNSHIRE HOUSE)
Date: 1908
Nature: Large double-fronted stucco house for John Thompson. Possibly by SS
Refs: Marcus Patton, Bangor: an historical gazetteer (UAHS, 1999), 144,145(illus.)

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, NEWTOWNARDS ROAD (& EAST BREAD STREET), BLOOMFIELD BAKERY
Date: 1909
Nature: Addition.
Refs: IB 51, 9 Jan 1909, 18

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, YORK STREET, NO. 134-148 (GALLAHER)
Date: 1909
Nature: Extension to warehouse.along Meadow St. To cost: £16,000. Tender of McLaughlin & Harvey accepted.
Refs: Evening Mail, 11 Oct 1909;  Freeman's Journal, 13 Oct 1909;   IB 51, 2,16 Oct 1909, 629,662

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, MOUNTPOTTINGER, BELFAST CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY
Date: 1909
Nature: Plans being prepared by SS for new premises.
Refs: IB 51, 13 Nov 1909, 725

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, YORK STREET, BELFAST CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY (ORPHEUS BUILDING)
Date: 1909-11;1913-14;1916-1922
Nature: New 4-storey headquarters with tower; faced in Ruabon brick with Mount Charles stone dressings and costing £6,000 on site of Gallaher's tobacco factory, 'one of the finest and most valuable sites in the city'. Only half of design initially, begun 1909 and opened 22 Apr 1911. Consulting engineer: F.W. Parkinson. Contractor: Robert Corry, University St.. 2nd stage opened Dec 1914; 3rd stage opened, Nov 1922..
Refs: IB 51, 11,25 Dec 1909, 790,817; 52, 29 Oct 1910, 662(illus.); 53, 21 Jan,13 May 1911, 52,325; 55, 7 Jun 1913, 384; 64, 2 Dec 1922, 829; 74, 7 May 1932, 418; C.E.B. Brett, Buildings of Belfast (2nd ed., 1985), 72;  Joseph McBrinn, 'Belfast's forgotten Art-Deco', Perspective, May 2010, 87-88(illus.).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CONWAY STREET, FALLS FLAX SPINNING CO.
Date: 1909a
Nature: New spinning mill. Contractor: McLaughlin & Harvey.
Refs: IB 51, 9 Jan 1909, 18I

Building: ENGLAND, LONDON, ?, THOMAS GALLAHER
Date: 1909a
Nature: New tobacco factory.
Refs: Robert M. Young, Belfast and the Province of Ulster (1909), 602

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, SPRINGFIELD, MSSRS. WEIR
Date: 1909a
Nature: New cotton spinning mill.
Refs: Robert M. Young, Belfast and the Province of Ulster (1909), 602

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, HIGH STREET, SAWERS LTD.
Date: 1909a
Nature: New business premises.
Refs: Robert M. Young, Belfast and the Province of Ulster (1909), 602

Building: ENGLAND, BIRMINGHAM (WARWICKSHIRE), SAWERS LTD.
Date: 1909A
Nature: New business premises.
Refs: Robert M. Young, Belfast and the Province of Ulster (1909), 602

Building: SCOTLAND, GLASGOW, SAWERS LTD.
Date: 1909A
Nature: New business premises.
Refs: Robert M. Young, Belfast and the Province of Ulster (1909), 602

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, NEWTOWNARDS ROAD UPPER, BELFAST CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY
Date: 1910
Nature: New shop and houses. Tender of McIntyre Bros. accepted.
Refs: IB 52, 22 Jan,19 Feb 1910, 54,118

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BALLYMACARRETT, JAFFÉ BROS.
Date: 1910
Nature: New spinning mill to be erected.
Refs: IB 52, 19 Mar 1910, 181

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CASTLE PLACE, JOHN ROBB & CO.
Date: 1911
Nature: Extension of premises. Contractor: H. & J. Martin.
Refs: IB 53, 18 Mar 1911, 178; IA & C 1, 25 Mar 1911, 116

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ROYAL AVENUE, NO. 053 (BELFAST WATER COMMISSIONERS)
Date: 1912
Nature: Additional offices at rear of Royal Ave.. Contractor: J. & W. Stewart (£1,097)
Refs: IB 54, 31 Aug,12 Oct 1912, 510,588

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, FREDERICK STREET, BELFAST CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY
Date: 1912-13
Nature: New lecture hall and warehouse. Contractor (for hall): R. Corry, Ltd., University St.
Refs: IB 54, 20 Jan,13 Apr 1912, 52,227; Building News102, 5 Apr 1912, 485; 104, 31 Jan 1913, 163

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, NEWTOWNARDS ROAD (& EAST BREAD STREET), BELFAST ROPEWORK CO.
Date: 1912;1916
Nature: Adds. to premises. Tender of McLaughlin & Harvey accepted. Furtehr add., 1916
Refs: IB 54, 31 Aug 1912, 510; 58, 11 Mar 1916, 121

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ROYAL AVENUE, NO. 012-26 (GRAND CENTRAL HOTEL)
Date: 1913
Nature: Large new panelled central lounge. Contractor: H. & J. Martin.
Refs: IB 55, 1 Mar 1913, 147

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, RAVENHILL ROAD, BELFAST CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY DAIRY
Date: 1913
Nature: New premises. Opened 29 Nov 1913. Contractor: W.G. Campbell & Son. 'Both building and plant are the latest expression of dairy methods at a cost of about £4,000'.
Refs: IB 55, 26 Apr,6 Dec 1913, 288,775

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, LISBURN ROAD, ULSTERVILLE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1913;1923
Nature: New Gothic Revival church designed 1913 but not built until 1923 because of World War I. Opened, 5 Jan 1924. Same design as Ballysillan and First Dromore Presbyterian churches, all derived from his design for Dublin Road Presbyterian church. Blue whinstone front. Cost: £10,000.
Refs: IB 65, 5 May 1923, 340; Paul Larmour, The Architectural Heritage of Malone & Stranmillis (UAHS, 1991), 70(illus.),74;  Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006), 157.

Building: CO. DOWN, DROMORE, 1ST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Date: 1914-1915
Nature: Church rebuilt in Gothic style to provide accommodation for 500. . Dedicated 7 Nov 1915. Builder: John Graham, JP. Cost: £4,500.
Refs: IB 56, 11 Apr,9 May 1914, 230,296; 57, 20 Nov 1915, 501; Building News 109, 1 Dec 1915, 636; B 106, 10 Apr 1914, 454;  illus. in Laurence Kirkpatrick, Presbyterians in Ireland: an illustrated history (Booklink, 2006),  230.


Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CHURCH STREET, D.D. LEITCH & SONS
Date: 1916
Nature: New warehouse to be erected..
Refs: IB 58, 11 Mar 1916, 121

Building: CO. ANTRIM, DOAGH, DOAGH FLAX SPIINING CO.
Date: 1920
Nature: New spinning mill, for Doagh Flax Spinning Co.
Refs: Bill of quantities, Jan 1920, in PRONI, D2000/3 (see PRONI e-catalogue).

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, DONEGALL ROAD, MAGUIRE & PATERSON
Date: 1922
Nature: New match factory. Contractor: McLaughlin & Harvey. Canteen, 1934-35.
Refs: IB 64, 21 Oct 1922, 721; 74, 19 Nov 1932, 1041(illus.),1048

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, CASTLE LANE, CLASSIC CINEMA
Date: 1922-23
Nature: New cinema. Tenders invited, Aug 1922; 'nearing completion', Aug 1923. Contractor: Robert Gilchrist. A 'colonnaded four-storye building with semicurcular corner entrance, whose manager and thirty-piece orchestra ;changed into evening dress after 5 o'clock each day' (Patton)
Refs: B 123, 4 Aug 1922, 179; IB 65, 25 Aug 1923, 646; 74, 19 Nov 1932, 1052

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, NEWTOWNARDS ROAD (& EAST BREAD STREET), BELFAST ROPEWORK CO.
Date: 1923
Nature: Electricity transformer house.
Refs: IB 65, 8 Sep 1923, 692

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, ORMEAU ROAD, SHOP & HOUSE
Date: 1923
Nature: New, for Mr George Coutts. (Plans approved by Corporation.)
Refs: IB 65, 20 Oct 1923, 812

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, BEDFORD STREET (REAR), NEWFORTH WEAVING CO.
Date: 1923;1926
Nature: Extensive additions.
Refs: IB 65, 16 Jun,8 Sep 1923, 464,692; 68, 20 Mar 1926, 221

Building: CO. ANTRIM, BELFAST, FEDERATION STREET, BELFAST CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY
Date: 1927;1929
Nature: Extension of workshops. (Plans approved by Belfast Corporation.)
Refs: IB 65, 21 Apr,11 Aug 1923, 298,620

Building: CO. LOUTH, DUNDALK, P.J. CARROLL & CO.
Date: ?
Nature: New 3-storey factory with segment-headed windows.
Refs: Signed, undated drawing formerly in office archives of W.H. Byrne & Son