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Lawrence Hall

Building  From 1928 

Categories: Gardens / Agriculture

Built as an exhibition hall for the Royal Horticultural Society, initially called the New Hall. Architects: Murray Easton and Howard Robertson. An Art Deco building with interesting detailing - Manchester History (no, we don't understand either) has some good photos.

Not to be confused with the RHS's first hall - an Edwardian construction of 1904 on Vincent Square, known as Old Hall or Lindley Hall. 

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Lawrence Hall

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73592

Lawrence Hall - Baron Lambourne

The foundation stone of this building was laid 19th October 1926 by the Rt Ho...

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73591

Lawrence Hall - Viscountess Lascelles

This building was opened on June 26th 1928 by her Royal Highness Princess Mar...

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