Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architect, of Dublin. James J. McAuley won the second prize of £50 with his design for industrial dwellings in Part 1, Section B, of the RIAI competition of 1919.(1)

Address:(2) 40 Belmont Avenue, Dublin, <=1915->=1934. 


(1) JRIAI (1920), 6.  He is possibly the same person as the James Joseph McAuley, who appears in the 1911 census as a thirty-tyear-old surveyor and valuator working in the General Valuation Office, Dublin, and living with his wife and three children at 9 Mayfield Road, Terenure (1911 census of Ireland, http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/ (last visited Nov 2009).
(2) )From Thom's directories.