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Interiors of Barnwood House, Gloucester (private asylum)

RET 1/8/11/1
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Barnwood House, a private asylum in Gloucester, was visited by Retreat staff on 6 November 1896. This visit is recorded, along with other copies of the photographs, in the General Committee Papers 1879-1901, RET 1/1/6/5/2. Photograph 1 shows a room with stage and chairs laid out. Photograph 2 shows a large hall, archways and staircase. Photograph 3 also shows the hall and staircase from a different position. Photograph 4 shows a sitting room or sitting area. Photograph 5 shows another sitting area with sofa and cushions. Photograph 6 shows part of a hall or large room arranged as a bowling alley.



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Open and available at the Borthwick Institute for Archives. This material is being digitised by the Borthwick Institute for Archives as part of a Wellcome Trust funded project. Material that is digitised will be accessed freely online through the Wellcome Library catalogue.

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