Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

Architect, of London, for whom see Directory of British Architects 1834-1914 (RIBA 2001), II, 979. William Henry White, who was the architect of a considerable number of town and country houses in England, is presumably the 'Mr William White of London' who designed additions and alterations at Glanleam, Valencia, Co. Kerry, for Sir Maurice Fitzgerald, Knight of Kerry, in 1909.(1)

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(1) IB 51, 17 Apr 1909, 242.

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Date: 1909
Nature: Adds. & alts. by 'Mr William White of London', for Sir Maurice Fitzgerald, Knight of Kerry. Contract taken by Samuel Hill, Cork (£13,000). (Choice of Irish contractor rather than English one made after representations by Council of Dublin Industrial Development Association.)
Refs: Freeman's Journal, 9,16 Dec 1908;  Irish Times, 9,16 Dec 1908;  IB 51, 17 Apr 1909, 242