1875 – Lecture Hall, Hawkhurst, Kent
This was built, as a lecture hall, for Mr. Henry Maynard in 1875. It was subsequently a village hall (and now known as Victoria Hall) and is now a smart digital cinema
1875 – New League Hall, Liverpool, Lancashire
From The Architect, February 20, 1875: This building, which is to be erected at the corner of St.
1875 – St. Mary’s Hall, Belfast, Co. Antrim
The design was chosen as a result of an architectural competition. St Mary’s Catholic Hall was used for concerts and dances,
1876 – Catholic Hall, Letterkenny, Co. Donegal
“This building, of which we gave exterior and interior views with last number, has been erected in Letterkenny,
1877 – St. Andrew’s Halls, Glasgow, Scotland
With its massive and striking classical facade, with four large sculptured groups by artist John Mossman,
1877 – St. James’ Hall, Leeds, Yorkshire
Perspective including ground plan published in The Building News, June 29th 1877. Grade II listed.
1877 – The Apprentice Boys Memorial Hall, Derry
The original part of the Hall was opened in 1877, and dedicated to the memory of the thirteen apprentice boys who closed the city gates in 1688.
1878 – New Vestry Hall, St. Mary Abbots, Kensington, London
“We give a perspective view and ground and first-floor plans of this building, now in course of erection from designs and under the superintendence of Mr.
1878 – Vestry Hall, Hampstead, London
Hampstead Town Hall began life as the Vestry Hall of Hampstead Parish.
From The Building News,