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[Exeter Cathedral architecture] (lantern lecture, Exeter, Devon, England, January 1926)

Type of event
lantern lecture
Full title
Exeter Cathedral architecture
Date
January 1926
Continuity
single event
Slide set shown at this event

[Weaver Baker Collection: Exeter Cathedral] (lecture: privately made, 230 slides, 1900s)

People linked to event

BAKER, W. Weaver  (1866-1954) – lecturer

Reference
The Devon and Exeter Daily Gazette (1885-1932) Vol. 154 No. 24,844 (22 January 1926), p. 16, col. 4

“In the Chapter House, Exeter, the Cathedral Guild of St Peter was entertained to an excellent exhibition of lantern slides by Mr H.[sic] Weaver-Baker. The subject dealt with the detail work of the Cathedral, the corbels, bosses and miseres being specially treated. Mr Weaver-Baker explained the meaning and symbolism of many of the quaint and interesting figures. Among the slides exhibited were several of the stained-glass windows photographed in coloured photography plates. Another series gave a close up view of the figures on the minstrels gallery. The Archdeacon of Totnes presided, and at the conclusion a hearty vote of thanks was passed to Mr Weaver-Baker.”

Lucerna ID 7006219

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 3 August 2016

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