Book of Victorian Churches
In this book, church architecture of the period is clearly placed in its complex social and denominational setting. It is fully illustrated with a wide range of photographs both old and new, some of which were especially commissioned for this book.
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List of Illustrations
An Introduction to Denominations and Victorian Churches
The Religious Atmosphere in 1837
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