BETH Conference 2019 Day 3: Pusey House Library

Pusey House Oxford
Pusey House Oxford

Pusey House was opened in 1884 and is named in memory of Professor Edward Bouverie Pusey, one of the leading members of the Oxford Movement. Pusey bought books that were not in the Bodleian Library. This collection was considered to be very important and so formed the initial library at Pusey House. By all accounts the modern library is a very pleasant place to study.

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