Edward Mitchel Gibbs was an architect active, particularly in Sheffield, England, in the late-19th and early-20th centuries. He was born in Sheffield on 18 October 1847 and was admitted a fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects on 7 March 1892.
Gibbs is perhaps best noted for the works he carried out in partnership with the architect Thomas James Flockton (born 1823, died 1899) between 1878 and 1895 and for his Presidency of the Sheffield & South Yorkshire Society of Architects.
Gibbs died in Sheffield on 22 December 1935.
Dictionary of Scottish Architects, 'Edward Mitchel Gibbs', DSA Biography Report <http://www.codexgeo.co.uk/dsa/architect_full.php?id=M005383> [accessed 20 April 2008]