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St Michael's, Creeslough, County Donegal

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McCormick, Liam (1916-1996)

Vicar's Close, Wells, Somerset: south perspective view of restored terraced housing with Wells Cathedral seen in the background

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NOTES: Vicar's Close originated in the 14th century and is believed to be the oldest continuously inhabited street in Europe. Its terraced houses were built to house the Cathedral's choir members.

Vicar's Close, Wells, Somerset: perspective view of restored terraced housing and the chapel at the north end

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NOTES: Vicar's Close originated in the 14th century and is believed to be the oldest continuously inhabited street in Europe. Its terraced houses were built to house the Cathedral's choir members.

Extension of St Benedict's Abbey, Vaals: monks praying in the crypt

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Laan, Hans van der (1904-1991)
NOTES: Dom Hans van der Laan, Benedictine monk and architect, was commissioned in 1956 to complete the construction work on the abbey that had begun in 1927. The adding of the church, the library, a sacristy and an open arcade around a new cloister took until 1986 to complete. The church, together with its annexes, was completed in 1967.

Extension of St Benedict's Abbey, Vaals: a friar in the sanctuary of the church

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Laan, Hans van der (1904-1991)
NOTES: Dom Hans van der Laan, Benedictine monk and architect, was commissioned in 1956 to complete the construction work on the abbey that had begun in 1927. The adding of the church, the library, a sacristy and an open arcade around a new cloister took until 1986 to complete. The church, together with its annexes, was completed in 1967.

Front cover of Robert Byron's pamphlet entitled 'How we celebrate the Coronation', featuring a cartoon depicting a government official, a landlord and a clergyman with the body of a lion destroying architectural fragments, plans and protest documents

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SOURCE: Robert Byron. How we celebrate the Coronation - a word to Londons visitors (London, 1937), front cover NOTES: This pamphlet (which was first published as an article in the Architectural Review in 1937) includes a list of "a few of London's historic buildings which have been demolished since the war, or threatened with destruction". It served as a scathing indictment of the perceived irresponsibility of landlords and senior members of the government and church in allowing valuable old buildings to be destroyed in the interest of short-term financial gain.

Cathedral Church of All Saints, Khartoum, Sudan: the Governor entering the Cathedral during its consecration.

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Schultz, Robert Weir (1860-1951)
NOTES: This photograph could possibly have been taken by Weir Schultz himself.

Cathedral Church of All Saints, Khartoum, Sudan: the consecration service inside the Cathedral

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Schultz, Robert Weir (1860-1951)
NOTES: This photograph could possibly have been taken by Weir Schultz himself.
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