Item 17 - "A Great Gothic Fane" - JE Dore personal copy (annotated)

Canon Fitzgerald with Frs HG Hughes, S Mulligan, W Smith, V Delaney Fr W Cobb, Fr W Lomax, Fr J Etheridge, Fr W Mitchell, Fr J Constable Fr R Sumner, Fr A Charnley, Fr E Costello, Fr W Amherst, Fr R Perrin, Fr W Matthews Seven deceased men associated with the building of St John the Baptist (1) Eight men associated with the building of St John the Baptist (2) Eight men associated with the building of St John the Baptist Nine members of the Norwich Catholic League (1) Ten priests (2) Ten priests 15th Duke of Norfolk St John the Baptist Rectory Garden St John the Baptist Rectory and garden St John the Baptist from garden Costessey Hall Norwich CWL President, Mrs Birkbeck Dr Duckett Duckett Jubilee group 1906 Fr AP Peacock Fr C Eeles Bishop FK Amherst
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GB ARCHON 2913 MIS-07-17

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"A Great Gothic Fane" - JE Dore personal copy (annotated)

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  • 1913 to 1919 (Creation)

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1 printed book; poor condition - discoloured covers; broken spine; loose pages

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(1990-)

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2021: Deposit from Duckett Library (Mr P Thorn)

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"A Great Gothic Fane: The Catholic Church of St. John the Baptist, Norwich ; with Historical Retrospect of Catholicity in Norwich"; printed 1913; published by WT Pike & Co, Brighton; 310pp + illustrations.

This copy, as is seen on the flyleaf inscription, was owned by Mr John Edward Dore, son of Mr Thomas Dore "The Governor" who was Clerk of Works at the St John the Baptist Church construction project from 1906 until completed. Mr JE Dore's contribution was as his father's "right hand man" presumably from 1906 to 1912, during which time he looked after various construction tasks.

Mr JE Dore has added a number of ink annotations regarding individuals and aspects of the building of St John's.

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5-2

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193x254x28mm

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