Edward Salomons

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Edward Salomons (1828–1906) was an English architect based in Manchester, active in the late 19th century.[1] He is known for his architecture in the Gothic Revival and Italianate styles.[2]

His prominent commissions in Manchester include the current Grade II* listed Manchester Jewish Museum (1875), the Manchester Reform Club[2] and the now-demolished Exhibition Hall, built for the city's Art Treasures Exhibition (1857).[3] In London, he assisted with the design of the Agnew Gallery on Old Bond Street (1876) and the Grade I listed New West End Synagogue (1863);[1] he was himself of Jewish origin.


  1. ^ a b "Edward Salomons". Dictionary of Scottish Architects. Retrieved 14 January 2009.
  2. ^ a b C. Hartwell (2001). Manchester. Pevsner Architectural Guides. Yale University Press. p. 143.
  3. ^ John J. Parkinson-Bailey (2000). Manchester: An Architectural History. Manchester University Press. p. 77. ISBN 0-7190-5606-3.

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Manchester Victorian Architects