1922 – National Bank, Killybegs, Co. Donegal
“We reproduce a perspective sketch of the new Bank about to be erected at Killybegs Co Donegal for the National Bank Ltd. The building will be erected of Mountcharles cut stone. The interior fittings are largely composed of polished mahogany, oak, and teak woods, and as shown is of the character of an annex building. The building to the left now serving the purpose of the temporary bank premises will become the manager’s residence. Mr J.V. Brennan MRIAI is the architect.” The Irish Builder, December 3 1921. Later taken over by Bank of Ireland.