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  • Building regulation plans for Cardiff New Synagogue, Cathedral Road, Cardiff, 1895

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A set of plans drawn up by the architect Delissa Joseph for the synagogue built in Cathedral Road in 1987. These included ambitious plans to add classrooms and residences for the minister, reader and beadle at the rear of the building. The synagogue was soon in financial difficulties and these were never built. These plans are in Glamorgan Archives, reference BC/S/1/10895, but in view of their poor condition (they have just received attention from the conservator) they are best viewed on line.

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