Bath Catholic Free Schools, First stone of a building intended as a new school for Roman Catholic children of both sexes was laid. July 16th 1857
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Bath Catholic Free Schools, First stone of a building intended as a new school for Roman Catholic children of both sexes was laid. July 16th 1857

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Description

The site is in Manvers Place (formally Orchard Street), architect is Mr Underwood, builder is Mr Treasure. Building will present a frontage of 58 foot, and 33 feet in height and Doric columns, will accommodate 400 children. Proceedings that happened. Newspaper Cutting
 

Image Reference

41122
 

Collection Reference

Hunt Vol.2. Page 61
 

Original Width (mm)

70
 

Original Height (mm)

255
 

Collection Location

Bath Central Library
 

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