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Lionel Bailey Budden

Professor Lionel Bailey Budden was an architect and an academic. He was active, particularly in Liverpool, England in the early-20th century. Born in 1877, the son of William Budden and Elizabeth Adams, Budden attended Merchant Taylor's School, Crosby, England. Later, in 1905, he entered Liverpool School of Architecture. It was from here that he obtained his BA in 1909 and then his MA in 1910. From 1909 to 1912 Budden was a student at the British School of Athens in Greece. For over four decades he taught at the Liverpool School of Architecture becoming, in 1924 Assistant Professor, and later in 1933, Roscoe Professor, of Architecture. Budden retired from teaching in 1952. He died in 1956.


Dictionary of Scottish Architects, 'Lionel Bailey Budden', DSA Architect Biography Report <> [accessed 15 February 2008]

Liverpool Record Office, Online Catalogue, <'DS175'&dsqCmd=Show.tcl> [accessed 19 November 2007]

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