St Mary's Church
Location: Marylebone. This view looks down Wyndham Place to Bryanston Square and the Church. Exterior view: the semi-circular porch supporting the tower. The main body of the church is rectangular, the porch being located in the centre of one of the longer sides of the rectangle. One of over 600 churches built by the Church of England and funded by the Church Building Act 1818. [photographed on November 11, 1960]
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Duncan Horne, an architect, left a collection of slide transparencies on his death. These were donated to Sheffield Hallam University's Slide Collection by his daughter in 2007. Duncan Horne trained in Liverpool, and then worked in London for Maxwell FRY, Jane DREW, and Partners. He moved to Australia in 1965 where he worked with Bert HELY.
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Architecture -- England -- London
Church architecture -- England -- London
Architecture -- 1800-1900
Capitals (Architecture), Ionic