William Mawson

Died aged 60

William Mawson (17 May 1828 – 25 April 1889) was an English architect best known for his work in and around Bradford.

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Commemorated on 1 plaque

St George's Hall. Bradford's first public building was designed by celebrated architects Henry Francis Lockwood and William Mawson, and financed by public subscription. It has hosted, amongst others, Charles Dickens, Winston Churchill and Harry Houdini, and is one of the oldest concert halls still in use in Europe. Erected 1853

St George's Hall, Bradford, United Kingdom where they designed