Salomons, Edward

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Salomons, Edward (1827–1906). English architect who practised in Manchester. He designed the Reform Club there, in King Street (1870–1), in a symmetrical Venetian Gothic Revival style. Among his works the Crystal Palace, Trafford Park (1856–7—destroyed), the Savings Bank, Booth Street (1872), and the Synagogue, Cheetham Hill Road (1858), all in Manchester, may be cited. In London, with Ralph Selden Wornum (1847–1910), he designed Agnew's, Nos 42–3 Old Bond Street (1876–8) in the early Queen Anne style, and for the same firm, in Dale Street, Liverpool, at the corner of Castle Street, the brick portion with carved ornament.

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Dixon & and Muthesius (1985);
Pevsner (ed.): BoE, South Lancashire (1969)