London Doorways: A Study Of Triple Arched Doorways (2014)
Published following her passing, this posthumous work documents Julia Beck’s passion for London Doorways.
Julia defined a London Doorway as, “having an arch, touching the frame of the doorway over the door and smaller, matching arches over the sidelights which extend above the height of the door.”
Julia suspected that the London Doorways may be the work of one artisan or tradesperson, with a potential connection to Ireland. While she wasn’t able to complete this research, we are exploring these areas.
London Doorways: A Study of Triple Arched Doorways (2014) by Julia Beck, edited by Genet Hodder, Maggie Whalley, and Nancy Tausky, is available at Attic Books (252 Dundas Street, London, Ontario) or at https://atticbooks.ca/products/122672.
- Pre-sales for our new London Doorways book end on May 13, 2023Pre-sales of London Doorways: An expanded study of triple-arched doorways. are available online at http://www.acolondon.ca/store. The special pre-sale price of $45 is available until May 13, 2023. Pre-sale books will be available for pick up at the Geranium Heritage House Tour on Sunday, June 18, 2023.
- Now accepting pre-sales for our new London Doorways bookPre-sales are now open for our upcoming launch of London Doorways: An expanded study of triple-arched doorways. If you are interested in purchasing during this pre-sale period, books are $45.00. Use the e-mail contact form on our Contact page to express your interest!
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