The Athenaeum Liverpool, 1797-1997. Published 1997 by Athenaeum Liverpool in Liverpool.
The Athenaeum Liverpool, 1797-1997. Athenaeum (Liverpool, England), History, Subscription libraries. 18th century, 19th century, 20th century. Includes bibliographical references (p. ). Classifications.
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The Athenaeum is a private members club in Liverpool, England. The club was founded to ensure the up-to-date provision of newspapers and pamphlets, and to create a library for the use of the merchants and professional men in the city. The original building was demolished, and replaced by a new building nearby, in 1924.
Founded in 1797, the Athenaeum is Liverpool's most prestigious members .
Founded in 1797, the Athenaeum is Liverpool's most prestigious members club.
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Self Portait in Van Dyck Costume by Joseph Wright of Derby. English Romantic painter and draughtsman (Derby, 3 September 1734 - Derby, 29 August 1797). Studied under Thomas Hudson. Discussion forms will be added in the future, most likely Autumn of 2013. Explanation: This person died over 70 years ago (in 1797).
Liverpool's gentry were seeking tranquil yet elegant surroundings in which to escape from the hustle and bustle of this thriving port city on England's north-west coast. But they also had a more serious purpose-the exchange of ideas and information, both commercial and intellectual.
Author: Neville Carrick
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Publisher: Athenaeum Liverpool (1997)
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