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Memorial to Lord Moynihan

Gazetteer No. G0513

Date 1936

Address Leeds General Infirmary, Great George Street Leeds, West Yorkshire England


Leeds General Infirmary, Great George Street….ENTRANCE HALL, with small, French Gothic fireplace, continuing into a corridor whose roof trusses are supported on corbels sprouting medicinal plants carved by Brindley. Tripartite screen at the N end with a Romanesque arch between pointed openings, with polished granite columns. STAIRCASE HALL, with an Imperial cast-iron and stone stair, the return flights cantilevered and lit at first floor by tall three-light lancets with patterned glass by O’Connor of London, 1868. On the stairs a memorial to Lord Moynihan, 1938 by Lutyens, wiht a tondo holding a bust by Sir William Reid Dick. (Leach, 2009, p.419)


Leach, P.E. (2009) Yorkshire West Riding – Leeds, Bradford and the North. The Buildings of England. New Haven: Yale University Press.

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