Lichfield - Minors' School: sepia drawing

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Date:1833

Description:'Minors' School at Lichfield: founded A.D. 1670,' [by Thomas Minors.] Showing the street front of a building with two stepped gables and a central door. It has square-headed windows. Viewed from the Conduit, which is shown to the right of the picture. It stood at the junction of Bore Street and St John Street.

Thomas Minors was a Presbyterian minister. The school was Anglican by the 18th century, closed in 1876, and was demolished between 1902 and 1914.

Artist: J. Buckler.

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Donor ref:SV-V.243a (45/8887)

Source: William Salt Library

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