THE ALGERNON FIRTH INSTITUTE OF PATHOLOGY

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1256142

Date first listed: 11-Sep-1996

Statutory Address: THE ALGERNON FIRTH INSTITUTE OF PATHOLOGY, ST GEORGES ROAD

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Location

Statutory Address: THE ALGERNON FIRTH INSTITUTE OF PATHOLOGY, ST GEORGES ROAD

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

District: Leeds (Metropolitan Authority)

National Grid Reference: SE 29497 34046

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Details

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714-1/74/373 SE2934SE

LEEDS ST GEORGE'S ROAD (West side) The Algernon Firth Institute of Pathology

GV II

Institute of pathology. Completed 1932. By John C Procter. Grey-brown coarse brick, structure of reinforced concrete, keyed doorcase of Portland stone, flat roof. 3 storeys, projecting central entrance and staircase bay, 7-window flanking bays and a recessed outer 1-window bay. The windows set in full-height dentilled recesses with panels of herringbone brickwork. INTERIOR: not inspected. Referred to as an early example of the use of reinforced concrete. The building housed pathology, bacteriology and cancer research. John C Procter, FRIBA, of No.40 Clarendon Road (qv), also designed the lighting for Studio 1 at Broadcasting House, Leeds, 1934. (Gosden, PH & Taylor, AJ: Studies in the History of a University, 1874-1974: Leeds: 1974-: 136; Architectural Review Index, Jan-June 1934).



Listing NGR: SE2949734046

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Legacy System number: 465217

Legacy System: LBS

Sources

Books and journals
Gosden, P H, Taylor, A J, Studies in the History of a University 1874-1974, (1974), 136
'Architectural Review' in January to June, (1934)

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