1922 – National Bank, Glenamaddy, Co. Galway

Architect: John V. Brennan


“We have pleasure in submitting a perspective sketch of proposed new National Bank, Glenamaddy, Co. Galway. The new building will be of local stone and covered with Killaloe slates. Accommodation will be both ample and capacious and consist of banking office adequately lighted on two sides, board room, and manager’s room, voucher room, strong room, and staff lavatories. The residential portion will have drawing and dining rooms, kitchen, sculleries, pantries, larder, and the requisite out offices on the ground floor. On the second floor there will be five bedrooms, maid’s room, bath room, lavatory etc. Mr. J.V. Brennan MRIAI Belfast Bank Chambers Belfast is the architect.” The Irish Builder, September 24 1921.