Creator:
G. & T. Crampton (Firm)
Dates:
1892-1988 — 1892
Type/Formats:
Collection — StillImage — Architectural photographs
Abstract:
A collection of photographs from the albums of G. & T. Crampton, one of Dublin's best-known construction companies. The photographs were intended as a record of the building projects which the firm undertook rather than a formal archive. They cover a wide range of buildings including commercial... [ … ]
Dates:
1928-1930 — 1928
Type/Formats:
Collection — StillImage — Architectural photographs — Photograph albums
Publisher:
UCD Library, University College Dublin
Contributors:
Associated Irish Cinemas — O'Riordan, Colum
Abstract:
An album of photographs recording the construction of the Savoy Cinema, O'Connell Street, Dublin and its appearance on completion.
Date:
1964
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Photographs
Date:
1962
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Photographs
Date:
1962
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Photographs
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Architectural photographs
Contributor:
G. & T. Crampton (Firm)
Abstract:
Construction of Crumlin housing area section no. 6, constructed by G. & T. Crampton in 1934-1944. The architect was H.G. Simms.
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Architectural photographs
Contributor:
G. & T. Crampton (Firm)
Abstract:
Construction of Block A flats, Hanover Street East, constructed by G. & T. Crampton for Dublin Corporation in 1934-1935. The architect was Herbert George Simms. The complex is now known as Pearse House. [ … ]
Dates:
1935-1936 — 1935
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Architectural photographs
Contributor:
G. & T. Crampton (Firm)
Abstract:
Construction site at Sligo Mental Hospital (St. Columba's). All limestone was dressed on site by 18 stone cutters from rough stone quarried at Cairn's Hill, 2 miles south of Sligo. The hospital was constructed by G. & T. Crampton in 1935-1936. The architects were McDonnell Dixon Downes. The building... [ … ]
Type/Formats:
StillImage — Architectural photographs
Contributor:
G. & T. Crampton (Firm)
Abstract:
Construction of Crumlin housing area section no. 6, constructed by G. & T. Crampton in 1934-1944. The architect was H.G. Simms.