Birds, Books and Belfries: An East Yorkshire Parson-Naturalist

Type:Exhibition

An open book, a sea bird and a picture of Rev. Morris

About

This exhibition centres on the beautiful natural history books held in East Riding Archives which were written by Morris and printed by Benjamin Fawcett of Driffield. There are also loans from a private collector including the first Morris and Fawcett book collaborations, correspondence with Randolph Churchill about bird conservation and rare monthly-published book sections. Contemporary film footage of the bird colonies at RSBP Bempton Cliffs shows the habitats which Morris was passionate about protecting.

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Free entry, no booking required

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The Treasure House, Champney Road, Beverley, East Yorkshire, HU17 8HE
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Opening Times

Season (26 Mar 2022 - 24 Sept 2022)

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Two people in front of an artwork featuring a herd of cattle, in East YorkshireEast Riding Treasure House, BeverleyThe Treasure House holds collections of the East Riding Archives, The Beverley Tourist Information Centre, Beverley Local Studies Library, Beverley Art Gallery, Beverley Guildhall and the Archaeology of the East Riding Museums Service.

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