Robert Weir Schultz

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Robert Weir Schultz as Master of the Art Workers Guild

Robert Weir Schultz (1860–1951) was a Scottish Architect. He worked extensively for the third Marquess of Bute, including the restoration of Falkland Palace. In 1898 he advised on the lowering of the street level in Brunton Street. He designed the fittings for the Chapel Royal, which were made by Robert Miller and paid for by Lady Bute.

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