N.p.: The Author, 1936. Item #009202
Narrow Folio; 34 pp.; 22 plates with illustrations hand-drawn by the author, photographs by the author, and a few printed illlustrations; bibliography. A fine copy in original green cloth with label to front board. A bound typescript surveying the architectural style of the Nonconformist chapel in England from its inception in the 16th century to the Gothic Revival. Along with his corrected typescript Murch includes hand-drawn maps, plans, and an elevation, as well as several moutned photographs of various chapels throughout Britain. Murch in this book hopes to "...refute the charge of ugliness so often made against Nonconformist Chapels, and to further encourage the worthy and beautiful construction of these buildings in the future."