English_Architect_James_Knowles_Hand_Written_Letter_Dated_1901_Todd_Mueller_CO_01_jdkv

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English Architect James Knowles Hand Written Letter Dated 1901 Todd Mueller CO

English Architect James Knowles Hand Written Letter Dated 1901 Todd Mueller CO
English Architect James Knowles Hand Written Letter Dated 1901 Todd Mueller CO

English Architect James Knowles Hand Written Letter Dated 1901 Todd Mueller CO
“English Architect” James Knowles Hand Written Letter Dated 1901. This item is certified authentic by Todd Mueller Auctions and comes with their Certificate of Authenticity. Sir James Thomas Knowles. (13 October 1831 – 13 February 1908) was an English. He was intimate with the poet. And the founder of the. To seek rapprochement between religion and science. James Knowles was born in. The son of the architect. And himself trained in architecture at. Among the buildings he designed were three churches in. Mark Masons’ Hall, London. (later the Thatched House Club). Garden as restored at the expense of. In Westminster, and an 1882 enlargement of the Royal Sea Bathing Hospital at. However, his preferences led him simultaneously into a literary career. In 1860 he published The Story of King Arthur. In 1866 he was introduced to. This led to a close friendship, Knowles assisting Tennyson in business matters, and among other things helping to design scenery for the play The Cup, when. Produced it in 1880. Knowles corresponded with a number of the most interesting men of the day, and in 1869, with Tennyson’s cooperation, he founded the. The society formed the nucleus of the distinguished list of contributors who supported Knowles in his capacity as an editor. In 1870 he succeeded. As editor of the. But left it in 1877 owing to the objection of the proprietors to the insertion of articles by W. Clifford notably attacking Theism and founded the. (to the title of which, in 1901, were added the words And After). Both periodicals became very influential under him, and formed the type of the new sort of monthly review which came to occupy the place formerly held by the quarterlies. For example, it was prominent in checking the Channel Tunnel project, by publishing a protest signed by many distinguished men in 1882. In 1904 he received a knighthood. He was a considerable collector of works of art. Knowles was married twice, first in 1860 to Jane Borradaile, then in 1865 to Isabel Hewlett. And was buried at the. Brighton Extra Mural Cemetery. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Historical”. The seller is “historicsellsmemorabilia” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
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English Architect James Knowles Hand Written Letter Dated 1901 Todd Mueller CO