George Edmund Street and the Restoration of Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin
R. A. Stalley
Four Courts Press, 2000 - Architecture - 237 pages
The seventh in a series collecting historical documents relating to the church deals with one of the most traumatic events in the life of the cathedral, its restoration in the 1870s by the distinguished Victorian architect Street. Unlike many contemporary restorations, it decisively altered the appe
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