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Vicars Collection

Background imageVicars Collection: England / Wells

England / Wells
The Vicars Close, adjacent to the famous Wells Cathedral, Somerset, was originally built to house the clergy. Claims to be the oldest complete street of its kind in Europe

Background imageVicars Collection: Alms Houses, Vicars Close, Wells

Alms Houses, Vicars Close, Wells

Background imageVicars Collection: Wells - Vicar's Close Alms Houses - Victorian period

Wells - Vicar's Close Alms Houses - Victorian period

Background imageVicars Collection: All Saints, Margaret Street, London - The Vicars Room

All Saints, Margaret Street, London - The Vicars Room - here many of the Ritual Conferences were held. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageVicars Collection: Instruction leaflet, Glydolia Art Raffia

Instruction leaflet, Glydolia Art Raffia -- Charming Dinner Mats. Date: 20th century

Background imageVicars Collection: Group photo, boys and men at a bowling club

Group photo, boys and men at a bowling club. Date: circa 1908

Background imageVicars Collection: Group of people on motor boat named St. Martinus

Group of people on motor boat named St. Martinus
Group of people including vicars on deck of the motor boat " St. Martinus" in Alexandria, Egypt. Date: 1930s

Background imageVicars Collection: English Cathedrals - Angl Choir -Lincoln

English Cathedrals - Angl Choir -Lincoln - main Pillar (foreground) look beyond to arched space, stained glass windows back and side. Part of Box 144 Boswell Collection - English Cathedrals

Background imageVicars Collection: Formal Edwardian group photograph with clergy, Scotland

Formal Edwardian group photograph with clergy, Scotland
A group photograph of Edwardian men and one woman wearing formal clothing, possibly taken at Dunoon, Scotland at the theological college. Several clergy men are present. c. 1910s

Background imageVicars Collection: The Vicars Temptation by William Heath Robinson

The Vicars Temptation by William Heath Robinson
As his parishioners come out of church into a snow-covered churchyard, the vicar bends down to make a snowball, The question is, will he throw it, and if so, at whom? 1947

Background imageVicars Collection: Vicar with a spaniel dog on a bench

Vicar with a spaniel dog on a bench. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageVicars Collection: Britain poster, Lincoln Cathedral and Vicars Court

Britain poster, Lincoln Cathedral and Vicars Court, for The Travel Association. Date: circa 1948

Background imageVicars Collection: PORTLAND, Dorset

PORTLAND, Dorset
The remains of the Vicars House at Portland, Dorset Date: circa 1770

Background imageVicars Collection: George Skinner, elderly tricyclist

George Skinner, elderly tricyclist
Mr George Skinner, an elderly tricyclist. At the age of 92 he is still getting out and about, and has been re-elected Vicars Warden of St Marys Parish Church, Rushden, Northamptonshire

Background imageVicars Collection: Vicar of Wakefield

Vicar of Wakefield
All ends happily - George weds Arabella, Sophia weds Mr Burchell (revealed as a nobleman), Olive lives & the Vicars losses are less than feared


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