The Cathedral Building and Contents
Records in this Sub-series
A joke about business hours.
Twelve coloured photos of the altar frontal.
Eight coloured photos, four Mother’s Union banners taken in 1986. One showing a proposal for a new Mother’s Union banner taken in 1993. One showing the Cathedral banner. Two others showing a dove descending.
There are 21 photographs:- they include picture of a sculpture, Brenda Bridge cross, the Charleston banner, windows, organ, verger Tony Yates with polishing machine, north and south isles, nave showing the old chairs, one photo of Queen’s Chapel, one photo of Lady Chapel and a photo of the Children’s Chapel. One showing the High Altar ...
Picture of a ceremonial key by Fattorini, artist craftsman since 1827.
Two black and white photographs of the Lady Chapel and one black and white photo of the Queen’s Chapel.
The photo of the Queen’ Chapel was taken by G.J. Hemington and is dated 12.9.58
Five black and white photos, one showing The Old Nave Altar, another the South Ambulatory Altar. Another shows the Bishop’s chair in Sanctuary. Another showing a boxed key. Another showing a large Dutch Armoire (wardrobe) given to the Bishop of Guildford in 1940 by Sir Edgar Horne, for eventual use in the Cathedral. It was ...
Four photos of bells in the up position.
Seven coloured photographs showing the Cathedral interior at night.
Six coloured miscellaneous photographs. Two of the Memorial Book and case in the Children’s Chapel. One showing the font in the Baptistry. One showing the South aisle in sunshine. One showing the west doors with angels by John Hutton. One showing the Dossal Curtain, green frontal and Wilton carpet.
Three black and white photographs of the model Cathedral of how it should look when finished.
Three black and white photographs of the nave right through to the High Altar with no obstructions. [Just as Maufe envisaged.]
The photos show the old chairs, the old lights and the old dossal curtain.
Two coloured photographs showing the new dorsal curtain, the High Altar and the Wilton carpet.
Four coloured photographs of the new dorsal curtain.
There are various photographs of the organ and a small booklet ‘The Organs of Guildford Cathedral’ compiled by Geoffrey Morgan. Geoffrey lists the names of many people who helped him which includes the name of John Hunter who took the colour photographs.
Three of the photographs are black and white. They include two photos of the ...
Eighteen coloured photographs all taken by John Austin, showing when the angel was put back after re-gilding in 2000.
One black and white photograph from the Surrey Advertiser of Pete Harknett with the angel head.
Three coloured photographs and one black and white of the Charleston Banner.