The Music Room and the Banqueting Room (shown in next view) were photographed about 1912. These show the rather drab look of the rooms which characterised the period just before, and for some years after, the First World War. The photographer may have been A. H. Corder, who took many pictures for Brighton Corporation before that war,

Image Reference: JG_10_125.tif
Date: c.1912
Image Details: Post card
Size of Original: 135x82
Place: Brighton
Additional Information: Music Room, taken after the gas supply to the chandeliers was replaced by electricity (note the rather odd arrangement of lamps springing from the chandelier bowls). Pavilion Committee Minutes, Vol.13, p.457, 13 October 1884 Report of the Surveyor, Philip Lockwood: “I beg to report to you that Mr Volk has now completed the Electric Lighting of the Pavilion...” (Gas co-existed with electricity in the Pavilion for some time)

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