According to Cinzia Sicca, a scholar studying the work and collection of John Talman, this collection of drawings is unknown and very important. They document Talman's trips to Norfolk which were known through other surviving drawings, and they illustrate Tudor stained glass windows that are no longer in existence.
Digitized by Boston Photo Imaging in September 2009.
Sent to photography in October 2009 to have all pages shot.
Title from spine.
Album of 19 original drawings in pen and watercolor of stained glass windows in Cathedral of Norwich, Boyton Church in Norfolk, Upton Church in Norfolk, Ranworth Hall in Ranworth, Wood-Bastwick Church in Norfolk, and Ely House in Holborn, London.
Most drawings dated, ranging between Dec. 10, 1705 and Aug. 3, 1708.