Thomas Johnson (architect)

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Thomas Johnson (c. 1762-1814) was a British architect who designed the 1808 building for the Leeds Library in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. He built William Hey's house at 1, Albion Place, Leeds, and Holy Trinity Church, Halifax. It is possible that he also worked on the redesign of the south west section of Temple Newsam House, near Leeds.[1]

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  1. ^ "Thomas Johnson". Leeds Library. Retrieved 3 May 2010.