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A History of St Paul's Cathedral

£24.99

Product description

The purpose of the book is to record something of the continuous story of what has for long been our great National Church; of the fabric and the men and movements which have found their homes there through the centuries. From Saxon times the unfolding story continues to Old St. Pauls, the last medieval church, up to today, when Wren's masterpiece on Ludgate Hill has become the great church of the British Commonwealth, with a very close and lasting association with the United States of America. A separate chapter has been devoted to the story of the actual fabric of the present vast and splendid building.

In good condition the pages have no markings jacket in good condition. No foxing and no yellowing.

Item details

Author(s):
Atkins W. M.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
9.5 x 6.5 inches
Edition:
1957
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
380
Publisher:
Phoenix House LTD London
Title:
A History Of St. Paul's Cathedral and the Men Associated with it

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The purpose of the book is to record something of the continuous story of what has for long been our great National Church; of the fabric and the men and movements which have found their homes there through the centuries. From Saxon times the unfolding story continues to Old St. Pauls, the last medieval church, up to today, when Wren's masterpiece on Ludgate Hill has become the great church of the British Commonwealth, with a very close and lasting association with the United States of America. A separate chapter has been devoted to the story of the actual fabric of the present vast and splendid building.

In good condition the pages have no markings jacket in good condition. No foxing and no yellowing.

Author(s):
Atkins W. M.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
9.5 x 6.5 inches
Edition:
1957
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
380
Publisher:
Phoenix House LTD London
Title:
A History Of St. Paul's Cathedral and the Men Associated with it

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