Description of the plates

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Lilian J. Redstone

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1929

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11-14

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'Description of the plates', Survey of London: volume 12: The parish of All Hallows Barking, part I: The Church of All Hallows (1929), pp. XI-XIV. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=100055 Date accessed: 24 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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FrontispieceThe South-East Prospect of the Church of All Hallows Barking. From the engraving by R. West and W. H. Toms, 1736.
Illustration before text.All Hallows Church in 1597, from Haiward and Gascoyne's Survey of the Liberties of the Tower.

Early views

1.Exterior from the South-East, c. 1800From an unsigned water-colour drawing in the Crace Collection.
2.Exterior from the South-East, c. 1803From a pencil drawing by C. J. M. Whichelo in the Guildhall (London).
3.Exterior from the South-East, c. 1819From an engraving by W. Pearson; from Clarke's Architectura Ecclesiastica Londini.
4.Exterior from the East, c. 1837From an engraving by Billings and Le Keux in Godwin's Churches of London.
5.Exterior from the East, c. 1837From the original pencil drawing for Plate 4 by R. W. Billings in the London County Council Collection.
6.Interior from the West, c. 1837From an engraving by Billings and Le Keux in Godwin's Churches of London.
7.Interior from the West, c. 1837From the original pencil drawing for Plate 6 by R. W. Billings in the London County Council Collection.
8.Exterior from the North-West, 1884From a water-colour drawing by J. P. Emslie in the London County Council Collection.

Photographs and drawings

9.The Ground Plan of the ChurchFrom a measured drawing by the late J. L. Pearson, R.A., traced and re-arranged by P. K. Kipps.
10.Exterior, North ElevationFrom a measured drawing by the late J. L. Pearson, R.A., traced by J. W. Bloe.
11.Exterior from the North-East, c. 1910Photograph by Will F. Taylor.
12.Exterior from the North-West, 1928Photograph by J. W. Bloe.
13.Tower from the North, c. 1910Photograph by Will F. Taylor.
14.Exterior, South ElevationFrom a measured drawing by the late J. L. Pearson, R.A., traced by E. A. R. Rahbula.
15.Exterior from the South-East, 1926Photograph by Edward Yates.
16.South Porch and Turret Stair, c. 1863Photograph lent by Dr. Philip Norman.
17.Exterior, East ElevationFrom measured drawings by the late J. L. Pearson, R.A., traced by P. K. Kipps.
18.Exterior, West Elevation
19.Old and New Ceilings, c. 1770From an original pencil sketch by John Carter in the London County Council Collection.
20.Interior looking East, c. 1875Photograph in the London Survey Committee Collection.
21.Interior Transverse Section looking EastFrom a measured drawing by the late J. L. Pearson, R.A., traced by P. K. Kipps.
22.Interior looking East, c. 1910Photograph by Will F. Taylor.
23.Interior looking East, 1926Photograph by Edward Yates.
24.Interior Longitudinal Section looking NorthFrom a measured drawing by the late J. L. Pearson, R.A., traced by P. K. Kipps.
25.Nave looking East, showing North Arcade, 1927Photograph by J. W. Bloe.
26.North Aisle looking East, c. 1910Photograph by Will F. Taylor.
27.North Chancel Aisle looking East, c. 1910Photograph by Will F. Taylor.
28.South Aisle from the North Aisle, c. 1910Photograph by Will F. Taylor.
29.East End of the Chancel Arcades, c. 1910Photograph by Will F. Taylor.
30.Chancel and Nave Arcades from the North-East, c. 1910Photograph by Will F. Taylor.
31.South Arcade, showing junction of stylesPhotograph by J. J. Edmunds.
32.(a) Bases to pier at junction of stylesPhotograph by Francis R. Taylor.
(b) Bases to piers, South Chancel ArcadePhotograph by J. J. Edmunds.
33.South Aisle looking East, c. 1910Photograph by Will F. Taylor.
34.South Aisle looking West, c. 1910Photograph by Will F. Taylor.
35.South Chancel Aisle, c. 1910Photograph by Will F. Taylor.
36.Organ and Churchwardens' Pews, 1927Photograph by J. W. Bloe.
37.Crypt looking West, 1927Photograph by J. W. Bloe.
38.Crypt looking East, 1928Photograph by J. W. Bloe.

Fittings

39.(a) Alms Box from Christ's HospitalPhotograph by J. J. Edmunds.
(b) Post-Restoration ChairPhotograph by J. J. Edmunds.
40.Details of BenchesMeasured drawing' by E.F.Hervey.
41.Cistern in TowerPhotograph by Francis R. Taylor.
42.Communion PlatePhotograph by J. W. Bloe.
43.Communion RailMeasured drawing by A. B. Waters.
44.Communion RailsPhotograph by J. J. Edmunds.
45.Communion TablePhotograph by Francis R. Taylor.
46.Doorcase, North EntranceMeasured drawing by J. F. Learner.
47.Details of Plate 46Measured drawing by J. F. Learner.
48.Doorway to North PorchPhotograph by Edward Yates.
49.Doorway to Turret StairsPhotograph by Edward Yates.
50.Altar Tomb in South AislePhotograph by Edward Pady.
51.Font and EnclosureMeasured drawing by G. Gordon Godfrey and Percy W. Lovell.
52.Font and EnclosurePhotograph by Francis R. Taylor.
53.Font and CoverPhotograph by J. J. Edmunds.
54.Font-cover, looking to face of DovePhotograph by Country Life.
55.Font-cover, looking to back of DovePhotograph by Will F. Taylor.
56.17th-Century Glass PanelFrom a drawing by F. S. Eden.
57.Iron Frame and PegsMeasured drawing by Percy W. Lovell.
58.Iron Frame and PegsPhotograph by Edward Yates.
59.The Organ CaseMeasured drawing by G. Gordon, Godfrey and Percy W. Lovell.
60.General view of Organ and GalleryPhotograph by Francis R. Taylor.
61.Detail view of Organ CasePhotograph by Francis R. Taylor.
62.Stuart Coat on Organ GalleryPhotograph by Francis R. Taylor.
63.Staircase to Organ GalleryMeasured drawing by Francis R. Taylor.
64.Detail of Stairs under Organ GalleryPhotograph by Francis R. Taylor.
65.Piscina in East WallPhotograph by J. J. Edmunds.
66.PulpitFrom a measured drawing by the late E. A. Rickards.
67.Detail of Handrail to PulpitFrom a measured drawing by the late Bailey Scott Murphy.
68.Pulpit from the South-WestPhotograph by Country Life.
69.Pulpit, showing handrail and reading desk, c. 1910Photograph by Wrill F. Taylor.
70.Carved Panel and Console to Pulpit Stairs, 1928Photograph by Francis R. Taylor.
71.ReredosMeasured drawing by A. B.Wraters.
72.Details of ReredosDrawn by G. Gordon Godfrey.
73.Reredos, North SidePhotograph by Francis R. Taylor.
74.Reredos, South SidePhotograph by Francis R. Taylor.
75.Console Panels in ReredosPhotographs by Francis R. Taylor.
76.Detail of ScreensPhotograph by Country Life.
77.Panelling enclosing Pews at West End of NaveMeasured drawing by P. K. Kipps.
78.Carved Panels in Screen at West End of NaveMeasured drawing by P. K. Kipps.
79.The Sword-restsFrom a measured drawing by R. A. Rix and W. J. Bamber.
80.The Sword-rests, 1928Photograph by Edward Yates.
81.Sword-rest. Sir John EylesPhotograph by Country Life.
82.Sword-rest. Slingsby Bethell, Esq.Photograph by Country Life.
83.Sword-rest. Sir Thomas ChittyPhotograph by Francis R. Taylor.
84.West Window, North AislePhotograph by J. J. Edmunds.
85.Panels in Churchwardens' Seats. The EvangelistsPhotograph by George Trotman.
86.Panels in Churchwardens' Seats. The EvangelistsPhotograph by George Trotman.
87.Panels in Churchwardens' SeatsPhotographs by George Trotman.
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