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Notebooks of E W Lovegrove relating to church architecture

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Notebooks of E W Lovegrove relating to church architecture
Level of description
Extent and format
Four boxes.
Scope and content
Notebooks, drawings and papers of Edwin William Lovegrove, FSA (1868-1956), relating to church architecture. Lovegrove was headmaster of Ruthin school, Denbighshire, from 1913-30. For his career see Who Was Who 1951-60. His publications included 'St. Asaph Cathedral', Arch. Cambrensis, 76 (1921), 215-36; 'St. David's Cathedral', ibid., 77 (1922), 360-82; 'Valle Crucis Abbey: its position in Monasticism: the men who built it', ibid., 91, pt. 1 (1936), 1-14; 'Church architecture of the Carolingian period', JBAA, N. S. 39, pt. 2 (1934), 330-51. A detailed description of the collection is in SAL.
Lovegrove, Edwin William (1868-1956), schoolmaster and antiquary
Previous reference number(s)
MS 970
Archival history
Presented by Kathleen Lovegrove, widow of the compiler, August 1967.
Related units of description
A large collection of photographs of St David's has been sent to the RCHM (Wales).