Samuel Bridgman Russell FRIBA

Samuel Bridgman Russell (1864-1955) Articled to Hewitt Bridgman in 1881 for 3 years, attending RA Schools from 1882. Assistant to Thomas Chartfield Clarke and son, Howard Chartfield Clarke from 1885, and to Messers Wallace & Firckart from 1886. Elected to ARIBA in 1890 and commenced independent practice in 1891. In partnership with James Glen Sivewright Gibson from 1888 and with Sir Thomas Edwin Cooper from early 1900 to 1912. Chief Architect to the Ministry of Health.
In partnership with his son, Robert Tor Russell for a short time in 1939 and retired he same year. He was both a Freemason and a JP.
Extracted from Directory of British Architects 1834-1914, British Architectural Library.

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