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Photograph of What does the Inner Brotherhood recommend for cramp? Why not extend the 'Church Stage Guild' to Oxford? A suggestion for an Ecetera Performance at the re-opening of the 'Vic'. [William Walrond Jackson, John Prideaux Lightfoot, Rector, and Henry Fanshawe Tozer, all of Exeter College, as aesthetes on stage holding lily, peacock feather and sunflower respectively. Notes: 'Vic' = Victoria Theatre, George Street; the Inner Brotherhood was the name the Pre-Raphaelites often called themselves and here alludues to Gilbert & Sullivan's operetta 'Patience' premiered in 1881] [John Johnson 906] by Thomas Shrimpton & Son publ., [c.1882]

G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 910

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G.A. Oxon. 4o 416, fol. 910

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