Christ Church, Woburn Square

Material Information

Christ Church, Woburn Square
Publication Date:
Black and white prints, one mounted


Subjects / Keywords:
Church of Christ the King (Bloomsbury, London, England) ( lcna )
Spatial Coverage:
Europe -- United Kingdom -- England -- Greater London -- London -- Church of Christ the King
51.523432 x -0.131526


General Note:
Copyright note: This image may be used in accord with Creative Commons license CC BY-NC 4.0 International, requiring attribution and restricted to non-commercial uses. Inquiries about commercial uses should be directed to the Archivist, SOAS University of London, Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG, United Kingdom.
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Preferred Citation: SOAS University of London. Archives & Special Collections. SOAS Picture Archive. SOAS/SPA/1/100. Map cabinet 3, drawer 1
General Note:
2 prints
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Europe -- United Kingdom -- England -- Greater London -- London -- Camden -- Bloomsbury -- Church of Christ the King
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SOAS is the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London
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Archival Hierarchy: SOAS (Collection) -- SOAS Picture Archive (Sub-collection) -- SOAS Buildings (Series)
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Sub-Collection description: The SOAS Picture Archive became an official collection in 1990, based on photographs and other visual media held by the School and the School photographer. As of 2016, it consists of over 1,400 images in a range of formats, including prints, negatives, slides, postcards, mounted and framed prints, display boards and printed materials. -- Exterior and interior views of the School of Oriental Studies, formerly the London Institution, at Finsbury Circus are available from its inception, including an engraving of the London Institution by Robert Wilkinson in 1820. A number of photographs record the preparation for and construction of the Philips Building, and the interior of SOAS Library from its first use to the present day is well-represented. -- There are early groups of staff and students with the first two Directors, Sir Denison Ross and Sir Ralph Turner. During the 1930s to 1970s there are few images of students, although staff are better represented (particularly in the 1930s and 1950s), and some staff group photographs outside the Bloomsbury Building exist from the 1980s. Several key events at SOAS are pictured, including the inaugural event at Finsbury Circus in 1918, the official opening of the Philips Building and the opening of the Special Collections Reading Room, as well as a number of other events both social (such as Sir Cyril Philips' 80th birthday party) and academic.
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Series description: This Series comprises photographs and other images of SOAS buildings, from the London Institution at Finsbury Circus (including images dating from before the opening of the School of Oriental Studies in 1917), to the addition of the Special Collections Reading Room to the SOAS Library, Philips Building. A variety of views of the Finsbury Circus, Bloomsbury Building and Philips Buildings, both internal and external, are included, including images of the construction of the Philips Building. There are also images of the Brunei Gallery, Percival David Foundation exhibition spaces, No. 30 Russell Square, the Round Room of the former Public Record Office, Senate House (University of London), University of London Union, and some unidentified street scenes. As of 2016, this Series includes 456 images, of which there are -- Color: 102 prints, 2 mounted prints, 12 negatives, 1 drawing, 6 display boards and 19 slides -- Black and white: 157 prints, 32 mounted prints, 58 negatives and 2 engravings -- Framed pictures: 10 framed pictures with 31 black and white prints -- Printed: 4 magazines and print drafts with 24 black and white prints -- only a selection have been digitised.
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UK Repository ID: GB 0102 (SOAS University of London)
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VIAF (name authority) : Church of Christ the King (Bloomsbury, London, England) : URI

Record Information

Source Institution:
SOAS University of London
Holding Location:
Archives and Special Collections
Rights Management:
© SOAS University of London, 1969
Resource Identifier:
SOAS/SPA/1/100 ( Archival reference )