Ushaw College - Durham University Libraries/Collections

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    "Largely designed by A. W. N. Pugin and other gothic revivalist architects, Ushaw College is a magnificent symbol of the 19th-century Catholic revival. Its archival collections also stand testament to the troubled and turbulent history of Catholicism from the 16th century onwards. Key collections include the Jacobite Papers, the Derwentwater Papers, the Wiseman Letters, the Tate-Slater Letters, the John Henry Newman Collection and the Lisbon College Archive...."
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    Durham University
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    Added by: Pat Thomson
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