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'''William Parry Blore''' (1875-1948), Canterbury Cathedral Librarian and antiquary, was a retired schoolmaster of 20, St. Stephens Road, Canterbury.
 
'''William Parry Blore''' (1875-1948), Canterbury Cathedral Librarian and antiquary, was a retired schoolmaster of 20, St. Stephens Road, Canterbury.
 
He was appointed Librarian in 1936.<ref>Nigel Ramsay, 'The Cathedral Archives and Library'. In: ''A History of Canterbury Cathedral'', ed. P. Collinson, N. Ramsay, M. Sparks. (OUP 1995, revised edition 2002) 403-404. </ref>
 
He was appointed Librarian in 1936.<ref>Nigel Ramsay, 'The Cathedral Archives and Library'. In: ''A History of Canterbury Cathedral'', ed. P. Collinson, N. Ramsay, M. Sparks. (OUP 1995, revised edition 2002) 403-404. </ref>
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He was succeeded as Librarian by [[William Urry]].
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There is archival material relating to Blore in Canterbury Cathedral Archives (U91: diary, miscellaneous correspondence and local history notes and transcriptions of archives, 1901-1947)
 
There is archival material relating to Blore in Canterbury Cathedral Archives (U91: diary, miscellaneous correspondence and local history notes and transcriptions of archives, 1901-1947)
 
and in Lambeth Palace Library (MS 1484: correspondence and papers, 1935-1939).
 
and in Lambeth Palace Library (MS 1484: correspondence and papers, 1935-1939).
 
 
Blore gave a number of books to the Chapter Library between 1930 and 1948.
 
Blore gave a number of books to the Chapter Library between 1930 and 1948.
  

Latest revision as of 16:23, 15 December 2018

William Parry Blore (1875-1948), Canterbury Cathedral Librarian and antiquary, was a retired schoolmaster of 20, St. Stephens Road, Canterbury. He was appointed Librarian in 1936.[1] He was succeeded as Librarian by William Urry.


There is archival material relating to Blore in Canterbury Cathedral Archives (U91: diary, miscellaneous correspondence and local history notes and transcriptions of archives, 1901-1947) and in Lambeth Palace Library (MS 1484: correspondence and papers, 1935-1939). Blore gave a number of books to the Chapter Library between 1930 and 1948.

W/T-1-36 D-43-9 M-3-27 Pamph. 116/16 W2/X-3-33(1) W2/X-4-45

References
  1. Nigel Ramsay, 'The Cathedral Archives and Library'. In: A History of Canterbury Cathedral, ed. P. Collinson, N. Ramsay, M. Sparks. (OUP 1995, revised edition 2002) 403-404.