The exterior from the south showing the chequerboard tower of knapped and squared flint and ashlar. The street name St Mary Butts refers to the practise of archery in the area, after Edward IV decreed that it should be done on Holy Days.

Date:
1890
Location:
St Mary's Church, St Mary Butts, Reading
Reference:
CC97/02835
Type:
Photograph (Negative)
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Content

This is part of the Series: HWT01/01 Glass plate negatives and inkjet prints; within the Collection: HWT01 Henry W Taunt collection

Rights

Source: Historic England Archive

People & Organisations

Holder of Original Archive: National Monuments Record

Curator: Leonard, Ian

Photographer: Taunt, Henry W

Keywords

Church