Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architect, of London, for whom see Directory of British Architects 1834-1914 (RIBA 2001), II, 201. Albert Walter Moore, who was born in London in 1874, and had previously been a pupil in the office of GEORGE HUBBARD GEORGE HUBBARD , FRIBA, and an assistant in the office of Eales & Son, of London, came to Dublin in about 1893 to succeed FREDERICK GEORGE HICKS  FREDERICK GEORGE HICKS as assistant in the office of CARROLL & CARROLL & amp; BATCHELOR BATCHELOR . With Hicks, WILLIAM RICHARD GLEAVE  WILLIAM RICHARD GLEAVE and RUDOLF MAXIMILIAN BUTLER RUDOLF MAXIMILIAN BUTLER , he was active in the re-establishment of the AAI in 1896.  In 1898 he returned to London to enter into partnership with his former master, George Hubbard.  While he was in Ireland he made a particular study of hospitals and asylums.

AAI: on first committee of revived association, 1896;(1) no longer on list of members for 1903.
RIAI: passed for ballot at a council meeting , 7 February 1898, having been proposed by James Rawson Carroll, FREDERICK GEORGE HICKS  FREDERICK GEORGE HICKS and JOHN HOWARD PENTLAND  JOHN HOWARD PENTLAND (2) but returned to England before becoming a member.
RIBA: elected fellow, 4 December 1905.

Addresses: Work: 183 Great Brunswick Street, 1898.(3)


All information in this entry not otherwise accounted for is from IAA, RIAI office archives (Acc. 93/136), membership forms 1878-1909 (extremely fragile),  Directory of British Architects 1834-1914 (RIBA 2001), II, 201, and from a letter from Moore to the editor of the Irish Builder in IB 85, 14 Aug 1943, 306.

AAI Green Book (1918), 18.
(2) Council meeting minutes, 7 Feb 1898, 354.  
See note 2, above.