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Armstrong Browning Library

Categories: Museums / Libraries

Countries: USA

The library is located on the campus of Baylor University in Waco, Texas. It houses one of the largest collections of letters and manuscripts by Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Browning, which was donated by Doctor Andrew Armstrong. It also houses what is thought to be the largest collection of secular stained glass in the world. 

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Armstrong Browning Library

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Robert Browning - SE5

{Beneath a silhouette:}  Robert Browning poet, born Camberwell 1812, lived on...

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Robert Browning - W2 Westminster plaque

He lived at what was number 19 Warwick Crescent.

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St Mary Aldermanbury church

St Mary Aldermanbury church

This church, destroyed in the Great Fire in 1666 and rebuilt by Wren in 1676 was damaged in WW1 and then gutted in WW2, and then left roofless waiting for demolition - Londonist has a photo. On 5 ...

Group, Museums / Libraries, Religion, USA

2 memorials
Pumphouse Educational Trust and Museum

Pumphouse Educational Trust and Museum

The museum is located on land that until 1970 was part of the Surrey Docks. After these closed, the area was refurbished and the old pumphouse became a museum. It also houses the Rotherhithe Herita...

Group, Education, Museums / Libraries

1 memorial
Humphrey Wanley

Humphrey Wanley

Librarian to the Earl of Oxford, and antiquary.

Person, Museums / Libraries

1 memorial
Thomas Layton

Thomas Layton

Councillor for over 50 years and was Chairman of the Brentford Local Board from 1876 and first Chairman of the Brentford Urban District Council in 1894. FSA, Chairman Brentford Library Committee. ...

Person, Museums / Libraries, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Shepherd's Bush Library

Shepherd's Bush Library

One of a number of libraries founded by the philanthropist John Passmore Edwards. The building fell into disuse after a new library was opened as part of the nearby Westfield London development. It...

Building, Community / Clubs, Museums / Libraries

1 memorial