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In the New London Hotel

Slide 89 of Historic Exeter (lecture: privately made, 114 slides, in/before 1936)

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Royal Albert Memorial Museum Collection – reproduced by permission.
Digital image copyright © 2014 Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery, Exeter.

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photographer: WALBURN, A.W., F.R.P.S.  (1871-1963)

Type of image
photograph of interior location
height 3.25 inches (8.3 cm), width 3.25 inches (8.3 cm)
(all dimensions are nominal; individual examples of this slide may have varied slightly from these values).
glass / paper
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photography, on glass substrate
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The inscription on the window commemorates a visit to the New London Hotel by the author Robert Louis Stevenson in September 1885.

The window pane was donated to the Royal Albert Memorial Museum in January 1936 (accession 21/1936) by Associated British Cinemas, who demolished the New London Hotel to replace it with a large ABC Cinema.


Example in Royal Albert Memorial Museum Collection, item 67/1936/96  (1936-  )

Lucerna ID  5083670

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 6 October 2015

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