Victorian Turkish Baths Picture of the Month for March 2005

Charles Bartholomew's monogram

Bartholomew's monogram used as his logo
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This stained glass pane from the door between the reception area and the passage to the cooling-room in Bartholomew's Turkish Baths at 2 Edgar Buildings, George Street, Bath, was taken in 1990, nearly 30 years after the baths closed.

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