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Hedwig Steiner nee Reinemann
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Description: Hedwig Steiner, nee Reinemann, born in Chicago in 1868. Married to Louis Steiner, son of Simon H. Steiner, who was the founder of the hops trading firm of the same name in Laupheim near Nebenjob Ulm.

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Medium: Black and white photographic print

Date: undated

Repository: Leo Baeck Institute

Parent Collection: Steiner Family, Laupheim Collection

Call Number: AR 4713

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Image from page 142 of “Church and conventual arrangement. With copious references, a complete glossary, and an index. And illustrated by a series of ground-plans and plates of the arrangements of churches in different countries and at successive periods,
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Title: Church and conventual arrangement. With copious references, a complete glossary, and an index. And illustrated by a series of ground-plans and plates of the arrangements of churches in different countries and at successive periods, and of the conventual plans adopted by the various orders
Year: 1861 (1860s)
Authors: Walcott, Mackenzie E. C. (Mackenzie Edward Charles), 1821-1880
Subjects: Church architecture Convents
Publisher: London, Atchley and Co
Contributing Library: Getty Research Institute
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ointed externally,—and rounded within, as at Munich. The chevet has beenalready described. The tomb-house is still existing, underthe name of Beckets Crown, at Canterbury, an imitation ofthe east chapel of Sens, and like Henry VII/s chapel at West-minster; and at Trondhjem, Batalha, Burgos, and Murcia. AtTreves there is a large circular church, 1227-43, on the southside of the cathedral, erected on the foundations of an earlierbaptistery. Norwich has a pentagonal apse. Peterboroughhas also an apse. Bomsey has apsidal terminations to thechoir aisles: the central compartment once formed probablyan apse.4 The choir is disproportionally short at Westminster,Brecon, Brinkburne,5 and in several Cistercian abbeys. STALLS. The stalls at Lincoln are of the fourteenth century; at 1 Ecclesiologist, vi. 273. 2 Hist. Eccles. ii. 4. 3 Hier. Angl. 40, Camb. Camd. Soc. 1845 ; Canons, 714, c. 41; 81G,c. 2. See also Webbs Cont. Eccles. 4 Proc. Arch. Inst., Winchester volume. 5 Proc. Arch. Inst. 1859.

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Stalls.—Pulpits. 93 Poitiers there are seventy of the thirteenth, with dossiers ofthe fourteenth century.1 Those of Nebenjob Ulm are c. 1469-1474.2Stalls of stone are at Athens, and of wood at Patras andSmyrna.3 There are five stalls at Verona.4 Stalls were in-troduced in the thirteenth century, when the arches of thechoir opened on aisles on every side;5 and the stalls wereremoved from the extremity to either side of the choir.Those of Rouen are of the fifteenth century. The earliest instances of wooden seats occur in a constitutionof Grostete. Three-legged stools were an earlier substitute ;there is a mention of their use in the fifteenth century, and ofchoir-stalls in the Black Book of Swaffham. Lenoir men-tions that Romanesque stone stalls remain at Ratzburg.6Stalls are found of the fourteenth century at Gloucester,Norwich, Ely, Carlisle, and Worcester; and of the close of thethirteenth century at Winchester and Hereford. The misereresof Gloucester are c. 1228-43 ; Exeter c. 1206 • Lau

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Image from page 318 of “Sitzungsberichte der Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften. Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Classe” (1852)
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Title: Sitzungsberichte der Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften. Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Classe
Year: 1852 (1850s)
Authors: Kaiserl. Akademie der Wissenschaften in Wien. Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftliche Klasse
Subjects: Science Mathematics
Publisher: Wien : K.-K. Hof-und Staatsdruckerei in Commission bei W. Braumüller
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Institution Libraries
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