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File:Douglas Horsfall in The Stag.jpg

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Description
Portrait of w:Douglas Horsfall taken in 1911 for The Stag, the college magazine of St Chad's Hall, Durham University and St Chad's Hostel, Hooton Pagnell. Original caption: Ds. H. Douglas HOrsfall, M.A., Fundator Noster. "Exegi monumentum aere perennius" - (Horace)
Date
Source

The Stag, v.2 no. 10, Epiphany term 1911

https://www.dur.ac.uk/resources/palace.green/collections/dc/Stag_s2-v2-n10.pdf
Author Unknown photographer, for The Stag, the student magazine of St Chad's College, Durham

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Captions

Portrait of benefactor Douglas Horsfall, taken in 1911 for The Stag, the college magazine of St Chad's Hall and Hostel

1 March 1911Gregorian

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