Lichfield - Hospital for Women: sepia drawing

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Description:'This Hospital for fifteen women was founded by Tho[ma]s Milley, D.D. Canon Residentiary of the Cathedral Church of Lichfield, A.D. 1504.' Showing a cottage-like house with a dormer window, a Tudor porch, and a classical style window above it with an inscription. Now known as Dr. Milley's Hospital, it stands on Beacon Street and was restored, modernised and extended in 1985-7. Artist: J. Buckler.

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Donor ref:SV-V.253 (45/8911)

Source: William Salt Library

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