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Notebooks relating to medieval architecture

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Notebooks relating to medieval architecture
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Twelve notebooks relating to medieval architecture, etc. Contents include:-

13. Canterbury Cathedral; Jan. 1896. Black;-

14. Kirkstall Abbey; April 1896. Extracts from wills (burial wishes). Black;-

15. Malmesbury, Ilkley, Jervaulx, Wells statues, etc. Note relating to excavations at Uriconium, 25 Sept. 1899; c. 1899-1901. Black;-

16. Furness Abbey; c. 1900, 1907. Unbound;-

17. E. Anglia, churches and castles, miscellaneous church notes, Southwell, Winchester. Note relating to excavations at Richborough, 1-13 July 1910 'laid open the cross'; c.1901-10. Unbound, in black covers;-

18. Churchnotes, reredos at Christchurch, Hants., castles; c. 1902-8. Black;-

19. Wells sculpture, 1903, Glastonbury, 1909. Black;-

20. Extracts from MSS relating to architecture, church notes; c. 1903-5, 1918. Oblong. Green paper covers;-

21. Church notes; c. 1904. Black;-

22. Extracts relating to Westminster Abbey, E. Anglian churches; c. 1908-17. Pale blue cloth;-

23. Cowdray House; 1913-16. Dark green;-

24. York Minster, etc., measured plans. Note, 1915, 'Work from 9th Aug.-6 Nov. (=3 months)'. Graph paper. Dark green.
Hope, Sir William Henry St John (1854-1919), Knight, archaeologist and antiquary
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