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John Wesley china cabinet

John Wesley china cabinet

Description:

John Wesley’s New Room, Bristol.

Cabinet of John Wesley china, including teapots, plates and cups.

John Wesley was the founder of the Methodist Church. He was an Abolitionist and a preacher, who wrote and preached against the slave trade.

Creator: David Emeney

Date: 2004

Copyright: Copyright Bristol City Council

Cabinet of busts of John Wesley

Cabinet of busts of John Wesley

Description:

John Wesley’s New Room, Bristol.

Cabinet of busts of John Wesley.

John Wesley was the founder of the Methodist Church. He was an Abolitionist and a preacher, who wrote and preached against the slave trade.

Creator: David Emeney

Date: 2004

Copyright: Copyright Bristol City Council

Actor dressed as John Wesley

Actor dressed as John Wesley

Description:

John Wesley’s New Room, Bristol.

An actor dressed as John Wesley.

John Wesley was the founder of the Methodist Church. He was an Abolitionist and a preacher, who wrote and preached against the slave trade.

Creator: David Emeney

Date: 2004

Copyright: Copyright Bristol City Council

View of chapel, John Wesley’s New Room

View of chapel, John Wesley's New Room

Description:

John Wesley’s New Room, Bristol.

Exterior view of chapel.

John Wesley was the founder of the Methodist Church. He was an Abolitionist and a preacher, who wrote and preached against the slave trade.

Creator: David Emeney

Date: 2004

Copyright: Copyright Bristol City Council

Statues, John Wesley’s New Room

Statues, John Wesley's New Room

Description:

John Wesley’s New Room, Bristol.

Statues in the courtyard of John Wesley’s New Room.

John Wesley was the founder of the Methodist Church. He was an Abolitionist and a preacher, who wrote and preached against the slave trade.

Date: David Emeney

Copyright: Copyright Bristol City Council

John Wesley’s room

John Wesley's room

Description:

John Wesley’s New Room, Bristol.

Wesley’s room.

John Wesley was the founder of the Methodist Church. He was an Abolitionist and a preacher, who wrote and preached against the slave trade.

Creator: David Emeney

Date: 2004

Copyright: Copyright Bristol City Council

Wesley’s view from the pulpit

Wesley's view from the pulpit

Description:

John Wesley’s New Room, Bristol.

Wesley’s view from the pulpit.

John Wesley was the founder of the Methodist Church. He was an Abolitionist and a preacher, who wrote and preached against the slave trade.

Date: David Emeney

Copyright: Copyright Bristol City Council

Slavery exhibition comment card 2001-04

Slavery exhibition comment card

Description:

Comment by a visitor to the Bristol Museums and Art Gallery exhibition, A Respectable Trade? Bristol and Transatlantic Slavery.

Partly because many comments from the 1999 exhibition said ‘This exhibition should be permanent’, the exhibition was revised and installed as a permanent gallery in the Bristol Industrial Museum. Comment cards fromt he new display reflect similar themes to those from the original, with anti-racism, sorrow and respect recurring frequently.

Date: 2001-2004

Copyright: Copyright BCC Museum

Slavery exhibition comment card 2001-04

Slavery exhibition comment card

Description:

Comment by a visitor to the Bristol Museums and Art Gallery exhibition, A Respectable Trade? Bristol and Transatlantic Slavery.

Partly because many comments from the 1999 exhibition said ‘This exhibition should be permanent’, the exhibition was revised and installed as a permanent gallery in the Bristol Industrial Museum. Comment cards fromt he new display reflect similar themes to those from the original, with anti-racism, sorrow and respect recurring frequently.

Date: 2001-2004

Copyright: Copyright BCC Museum

Slavery exhibition comment card 2001-04

Slavery exhibition comment card

Description:

Comment by a visitor to the Bristol Museums and Art Gallery exhibition, A Respectable Trade? Bristol and Transatlantic Slavery.

Partly because many comments from the 1999 exhibition said ‘This exhibition should be permanent’, the exhibition was revised and installed as a permanent gallery in the Bristol Industrial Museum. Comment cards fromt he new display reflect similar themes to those from the original, with anti-racism, sorrow and respect recurring frequently.

Date: 2001-2004

Copyright: Copyright BCC Museum

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