Archives & Library

Paul Joyce Archive

Paul Joyce (1934–2014) was an architectural draughtsman and historian with a life-long interest in the work of George Edmund Street (1824–1881), a leading architect of the Victorian Gothic Revival. The Centre holds Joyce’s archive, containing material compiled in the course of his research on G.E. Street and other Victorian architects. The archive is fully catalogued and available for research. This spotlight feature highlights original drawings from the archive and a representative sample of Joyce’s research.

St Paul’s American Church, Rome, Italy, 1872-1880

Print of a church building with tall spire and pointed roof Built in distinctive in polychrome brick and stone, St Paul’s was the first Protestant church in Rome. The interior features mosaics by Edward Burne-Jones. The Paul Joyce Archive contains one original drawing, a stunning large-scale elevation.

Related records in the Paul Joyce Archive



Image file on St Paul American Church, Rome


Correspondence file on St Paul American Church, Rome


Cuttings folder on St Paul American Church, Rome


No. 12 - Part of West Elevation


'Lecture notes'


Index cards - Works by G.E. Street


Selection of materials from the Paul Joyce Archive (PRJ/4/12)

Index card with hand written notes referring to St Paul American Church, Rome, Italy

Paul R. Joyce, Index card entry relating to Rome, Italy, St Paul American Church, Collection of the Paul Mellon Centre, Paul Joyce Archive (Ref: PRJ/6/2e).

Digital image courtesy of Paul Mellon Centre.