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Architecture on line

16 November 2012

THE Church of Ireland has launched a website that will be of interest to architects, historians, and students. Its Representative Church Body Library, in Dublin (Dublin & Glendalough), has several collections of architectural drawings, the largest of which is a miscellaneous collection of 19th-century drawings of Church of Ireland churches and cathedrals.   Last year, it conducted a pilot scheme to digitise and catalogue these drawings, and is now putting them all on line in alphabetical order. There are some 1279 drawings of 229 churches, and many are very fragile, but they want to make them freely available to researchers, and anyone else who is interested. The first tranche - the churches of Achonry, Ardagh, Armagh, Cashel, Clogher, Clonfert, and Cloyne - can be seen online at www.archdrawing.ireland.anglican.org.

 

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