Arthur Harrison (architect)
Arthur Harrison was born in Nottingham on 22 January 1862. He trained with William Martin and John Henry Chamberlain in Birmingham before moving as assistant to George A Cox in 1885. He commenced independent practice in Birmingham in 1888. He was elected FRIBA in 1902 as a result of being President of the Birmingham Architectural Association. He was also President of the Rotary Club of Birmingham.
He died on 22 August 1922.
- 28-34 Albert Street, Birmingham. 1888
- Hall Green Junior School, Stratford Road, Hall Green, Birmingham 1892 - 1893
- Morton Hall,123 Main Street, Newmilns, Kilmarnock 1896
- Yardley District Council House 1898 - 1902
- Artisans' Dwellings (Colmore Estate Dwellings), Hospital Street, Birmingham. 1900
- St Christopher's Church, Springfield 1907
- Digbeth Institute, Birmingham 1906 - 1908
- Nechells Baths, Birmingham 1910
- St Thomas' Schools, Granville Street, Birmingham 1915 - 1917
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