Thomas Leverton Donaldson

Born: 1795
Died: 1885
Architect, writer on architecture, in Britain. Entered Royal Academy Schools (1815), studied under Soane, won the silver medal (1817); practised in London. Founder-member of the Royal Institute of British Architects (1834) and its President 1863-4. First Professor of Architecture at University College, London (1842). Wrote extensively, especially on ancient Greek and Roman architecture.
Works of Art: 0
Books: 3
Archives: 6
Address To Sir John Soane, Architect, R.A. F.R.S. F.A.S. And Member Of Various Foreign Academies, On Tuesday, 24th of March, 1835, Upon The Occasion Of His Being Presented With Impressions In Gold, Silver, And Bronze, Of The Medal Struck In His Honor.   - (London: 1835.)   
Donaldson, Thomas Leverton   A Review Of The Professional Life Of Sir John Soane, Archt. R.A. M.I.B.A. F.R.S. And Member Of Various Foreign Academies. Deceased 20th January, 1837. With Some Remarks On His Genius And Productions. Read At The First Subsequent Ordinary Meeting Of The Institute Of British Architects, Held Monday 6th February, 1837. By Thomas Leverton Donaldson, Fellow And Honorary Secretary, Corresponding Member Of The Institute Of France, &c. &c. - - London: [1837]   
Anacreon   Anacréon. Recueil De Compositions Dessinées par Girodet, Et Gravées Par M. Chatillon, Son Élève, Avec La Traduction En Prose Des Odes De Ce Poète, Faite également par Girodet; Publié Par Son Héritier Et Par Les Soins De MM. Becquerel Et P.-A. Coupin. - A Paris [1825]   
AND/26/79    Memorandum announcing a subscription    [1858]    Item   
GI/1/101    Thomas L. Donaldson, Bolton Gardens, Russell Square, to [John] Gibson    04 Nov 1865    Item   
JU/13/86    Thomas L. Donaldson, 21 Upper Bedford Place, London, W.C., to E. Jupp    19 Nov 1874    Item   
GS/1    Minutes    1833-1851    Item   
RAA/PC/13/3    Memorial of members of the Lord's Day Observance Society and others to Sir Francis Grant    1878    File   
LAW/3/259    Thomas Leverton Donaldson, Palermo, to Sr. Thomas Lawrence    27 Feb 1821    Item