The Church Etc, Leamington, From The Jephson Gardens

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Date:1834 - 1870 (c.)

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J.Redaway


The Church Etc, Leamington, From The Jephson Gardens


Published by J. Beck


183mm x 274mm


This print depicts a view of the north side of All Saints Parish Church from inside the Jephson Gardens. Victoria Bridge and Terrace can be seen to the right in the distance. The Jephson Gardens are in the foreground and there are ladies and children walking through them. The picture was drawn after 1834, when Victoria Terrace was built and the Jephson Gardens were laid out, but before the Post Office was built next to the Church in 1870.


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