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Painting, Photographs & Print

Coloured print c 1845. Proposed 'lecturn' lectern. The setting is not Holy Trinity. Wood and glass. Frame 40cm x 29 1/2cm. Print 26cm x 19cm.  

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Painting, Photographs & Print

In 1972, during renovations to the roof, members of the church congregation decided to create a time capsule detailing the life of the city and church for that year.  A number of ephemeral items...

Bible and Commentary front binding
Painting, Photographs & Print

A Practical and Explanatory Commentary on The Old Testament and New Testament, by the Reverend Robert Jamison DD minister of St Paul's Glasgow with illustrative engravings on steel.  Two book...

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Painting, Photographs & Print

Work of A Wilson: Exhibited in Yorkshire photographic shows 1967-2003.

Thomas Earle memorial

Holy Trinity East end

Font 1987

Stone reredos screen 1988

Nave pulpit and lectern illuminated with gas lights and electric lamps
Painting, Photographs & Print

A collection of prints donated by Gareth Watkins, archivist at Hull City Museums, in 1997.  Prints are taken from lantern slides possibly taken in the early 20th century of both the interior and...

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Painting, Photographs & Print

Charcoal sketch circa 1820. Wood frame and glass.   Frame 46cm x 36cm  print 38 1/2cm x 27cm.

Letter to J H Bromby 1846 from Hull Corporation
Painting, Photographs & Print

An origanal framed letter to John Healy Bromby, vicar of Holy Trinity from the town clerk, dated 9th July 1846.  The letter asks for advice from the church in its selection of the colour scarlett...

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Painting, Photographs & Print

The Names of the Contributors to the Organ Erected in 1711.

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Painting, Photographs & Print

Taken from the NADFAS edition:  Hand coloured print. Narrow plain wooden frame.

Drawn on stone by W Bevan. Printed by Monkhouse of York.

The Good Samaritan painting
Painting, Photographs & Print

Framed oil painting, rather naive in execution, probably a copy, showing the turbanned and white-bearded Samaritan pouring lotion on to the wounded man's bare chest.

Jacques Parmentier – The Last Supper (1711)
Painting, Photographs & Print

A large painting of the Last Supper by the Huguenot refugee artist Jacques Parmentier (1658-1730).

John Appleyard Memorial by A C Wilson - a close up
Painting, Photographs & Print

A collection of black and white photographic prints donated to Holy Trinity by A C Wilson of Hull who was a member of the Royal Photographic Society

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Painting, Photographs & Print

Material provided by J Fenwick. Rev John Healey Bromby b.1770 d.1868 Vicar of Holy Trinity 1797-1867. A few months short of 70 years.

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Painting, Photographs & Print

Reported in 1996 with foxing and fading of print. Large carved oak frame. 7.6cm. Print 71cm by 59.7cm.

Richard England Brook(e)

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Painting, Photographs & Print

Cecil  Francis Ayerst

b. 11 October 1875 Darjeeling

BA from Corpus Christi Cambridge 1897  MA 1917

Made a deacon 1898    Priest 1899 at Newcastle

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Painting, Photographs & Print

Louis George Buchanan 

(1932 Crockford’s)

Trinity College Dublin BA 1897  MA 1900

Deacon 1898 Priest 1899 Dublin

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Painting, Photographs & Print

1942. Presented to Mr W G Mayfield (churchwarden) for firewarden's duties.

Black and white print 36x25 cms, in a black frame with glass. 42 1/2 x 32 1/2 cms.

King James Bible
Painting, Photographs & Print

Holy Trinity Church 1938 authorised King James Bible awarde by the Patronage Society upon 100 years of its management. Published by Oxford university press 1930.

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Painting, Photographs & Print

Photo from an original postcard. War damage on south east church perspective. Plastic wood/glass