Nonconformist church architecture. An essay.
London, The Lindsey Press 1914.
8vo. 62pp, 12 photo plates. Publisher’s cloth. Occasional light spotting.
This thoughtful little book by the London architect Ronald P. Jones is unusual in that Jones was himself a Unitarian, and its focus is therefore on the numerically few but often architecturally impressive churches and chapels belonging to Unitarian or Liberal Christian congregations.