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Master's Lodge, Peterhouse

Master’s Lodge, Peterhouse, Trumpington Street

History of the Master's Lodge, Peterhouse

The Master’s Lodge, Peterhouse

Wikipedia: The Master’s Lodge is situated across Trumpington Street from the College, and was bequeathed to the College in 1727 by a fellow, Dr Charles Beaumont, son of the 30th Master of the college, Joseph Beaumont. It is built in red brick in the Queen Anne style.

1913:

Sir Adolphus William Ward

Sir Adolphus William Ward

1962:

Herbert Butterfield c. 1955

Professor Herbert Butterfield

2018:

Bridget Kendal MBE

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