Volume II

Dr. Seán O'Reilly

Volume II contains contributions from Nicola Gordon Bowe, C.E.B. Brett, Ana Dolan, Brendan Grimes, Judith Hill, Eve McAulay, Philip McEvansoneya and Ann Martha.

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  • ‘The wild heath has broken out again in the heather field’: philanthropic endeavour and Arts & Crafts achievement in early twentieth-century Kilkenny

    Nicola Gordon Bowe

  • Victorian and Edwardian Belfast: preserving the architectural legacy of the inner city

    C.E.B. Brett

  • The large medieval churches of the dioceses of Leighlin, Ferns and Ossory:a study of adaptation and change – part I

    Ana Dolan

  • The church architecture of James Edward Rogers (1838-1896)

    Brendan Grimes

  • Davis Ducart and Christopher Colles: architects associated with the Custom House at Limerick

    Judith Hill

  • Some problems in building on the Fitzwilliam estate during the agency of Barbara Verschoyle

    Eve McAulay

  • An Irish artist goes to Bath: letters from John Warren to Andrew Caldwell, 1776-1784

    Philip McEvansoneya

  • Rowan A database of Irish architects 1720-1940: D

    Ann Martha

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Portrait of IGS founder Desmond Guinness
Desmond Guinness, founder of the Irish Georgian Society