Explore Your Archive day 2: #Religious Archives
Today’s Explore Your Archive hashtag relates to #ReligiousArchives. For this theme I have selected some work by our architectural students of the 1930s, who were required to produce ‘measured drawings’ of local Leicester and Leicestershire buildings. Special Collections holds a set of images taken of student work, which includes a number of churches. You can find out more about this collection here: https://specialcollections.catalogue.dmu.ac.uk/records/L/010
Drawing of the West and North elevations of St Peter’s, Langton, by Howard Hickman.
Plan of St Peter’s, Langton, by Howard Hickman.
Drawing of the tower and west elevation of Ashby Folville church by WH Prince, Feb 1932
Details of the stonework in Holy Trinity, Normanton-le-Heath
The south aisle of St Margaret’s, Stoke Golding, by G Christie
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