List of plates

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F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

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1977

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'List of plates', Survey of London: volume 39: The Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair, Part 1 (General History) (1977), pp. XI-XIV. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=41817 Date accessed: 24 July 2014.


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Frontispiece. No. 66 Brook Street, chimneypiece in firstfloor front room in 1976. Colour photograph by Thomas Photos, Oxford, G.L.C. copyright

1. Proposed layout of the estate for building, c. 1720. From an undated and reduced copy of John Mackay's map of the Grosvenor Estate surveyed in 1723, in the Grosvenor Office

2. Extract from John Rocque's Plan of the Cities of London & Westminster . . . 1746

3. Extract from the Ordnance Survey map surveyed in 1869–70, scale 1: 2500

4. Early designs for Grosvenor Square

(a) Plans and elevations for a house presumably for the square. Undated drawing in the Grosvenor Office

(b) Ground-plan and elevation of design for the east side by Colen Campbell, 1725. Engraving by H. Hulsbergh in the Ashmolean Museum, Gibbs, vol. 6, no. 60

5. Early views of Grosvenor Square

(a) Looking north. Sutton Nicholls's engraving of c. 1730–5 in the 1754–5 edition of Strype's Stow

(b) Looking east. Ink drawing for J. Maurer's engraving of 1741, in British Museum, Department of Prints and Drawings, Crowle's extra-illustrated copy of Pennant, vol. XIV, no. 28

6. Early-Georgian exteriors

(a) Nos. 44–45 Upper Grosvenor Street in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Nos. 35–36 Upper Brook Street in 1958. G.L.C. photograph

(c) No. 66 Brook Street in 1973. G.L.C. photograph

(d) No. 71 South Audley Street in 1933. Photograph copyright Country Life (15 April 1933)

7. No. 44 Grosvenor Square in c. 1874. Photograph at Sandon Hall, Staffordshire, reproduced by permission of the Harrowby MSS Trust

8. Early-Georgian exteriors

(a) No. 1 Grosvenor Square in 1932. Photograph in the Grosvenor Office, no. 81

(b) Nos. 66–78 (even) Park Street in 1974. G.L.C. photograph

(c) No. 53 Grosvenor Street. Lecture diagram of c. 1809 drawn by G. Bailey, in Sir John Soane's Museum, Portfolio XXVIII, set 6, no. 8

(d) No. 50 Grosvenor Street in c. 1770–4. Pencil sketch from the diary of George Christopher Lichtenberg in the Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek, Göttingen (Cod. MS. Lichtenberg, w, 8, f, XXIV verso)

(e) Mount Street, north side, in 1889. Watercolour by J. Appleton in the Grosvenor Office

9. Early-Georgian staircases

(a) No. 66 Brook Street in 1974. G.L.C. photograph

(b) No. 34 Grosvenor Street in 1950. Copyright Fox Photos Limited

(c) No. 13 South Audley Street in 1948. G.L.C. photograph

(d) No. 59 Grosvenor Street in 1975. G.L.C. photograph

10. Early-Georgian interiors: plastering and panelling (a) No. 71 South Audley Street, ground-floor back room in 1933. Photograph copyright Country Life (15 April 1933)

(b) Bourdon House, No. 2 Davies Street, groundfloor 'ante-dining room', in 1909. G.L.C. photograph

11. No. 12 North Audley Street, the gallery in 1962. Photograph copyright Country Life (15 November 1962)

12. (a) Bourdon House, No. 2 Davies Street. Reproduced by permission of the British Library Board from a pencil drawing by John Buckler of 25 May 1841 in British Library, Add. MS. 36370, f.69

(b) Grosvenor Chapel, South Audley Street. Reproduced by permission of the British Library Board from a pencil drawing by John Buckler of 28 May 1830 in British Library, Add. MS. 36370, f.83

13. (a) Park Lane looking north in 1799. Extract from an aquatint by R. Earlom, drawn and etched by Robert Smirke junior, published 1801

(b) Park Lane looking south-east. Engraving of 1807 by J. P. Malcolm

(c) Park Street, houses designed by John Crunden. Lecture diagram of 1820 drawn by G. Foxhall in Sir John Soane's Museum, Portfolio LXXVI, set 4, no. 8

14. (a) Camelford House, Park Lane, in 1912. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Somerset House, Park Lane, and stables at corner with Oxford Street, in 1912. G.L.C. photograph

15. The Adam Brothers on the estate

(a) No. 26 Grosvenor Square (Derby House), perspective view of the 'third drawing-room'. Engraving of 1777 by B. Pastorini in The Works in Architecture of Robert and James Adam, vol. 11, 1799, Plate V

(b) No. 19 Grosvenor Square, the dome room in 1919. Photograph copyright Country Life (8 March 1919)

(c) Design for a porch at Claudius Amyand's house in Mount Street. Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. LI, no. 70

16. Mid-Georgian ceilings

(a) Drawing-room ceiling at Lord Petre's house, Park Lane. Engraving in James Paine, Plans, Elevations, and Sections of Noblemen and Gentlemen's Houses . . ., part II, 1783, Plate XXXIX

(b) Design of 1761 by Robert Adam for drawingroom of No. 16 Grosvenor Street. Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. XI, no. 64

(c) Detail of ceiling in first-floor front drawing-room of No. 38 Grosvenor Square in 1953. Photograph by Dr. H. Zinram, G.L.C. copyright

17. Mid-Georgian chimneypieces

(a) No. 19 Grosvenor Square, design of 1764 by Robert Adam for the gallery chimneypiece. Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. XXII, no. 143

(b) No. 19 Grosvenor Square, the gallery chimneypiece in 1919. Photograph copyright Country Life (1 March 1919)

(c) No. 38 Grosvenor Square, chimneypiece in firstfloor front drawing-room in 1953. Photograph by Dr. H. Zinram, G.L.C. copyright

(d) No. 6 Upper Brook Street, drawing-room chimneypiece in 1902. Photograph in the Grosvenor Office, no. 134

18. Grosvenor House

(a) New gallery from the south in c. 1827–8. Watercolour by T. H. Shepherd in the Museum of London

(b) South front as proposed by Thomas Cundy II, 1827. Watercolour in the Grosvenor Office

(c) South front as proposed by Robert Smirke, 1827. Watercolour in the Grosvenor Office

19. Park Lane, houses facing Hyde Park in 1927. Photographs in the Grosvenor Office, no. 136

(a) Nos. 93–99 (consec.) Park Lane

(b) Nos. 26–31 (consec.) Dunraven Street

(c) Nos. 20–22 (consec.) Dunraven Street and No. 138 Park Lane

20. Early Works by Thomas Cundy II

(a) Nos. 15 16 Grosvenor Square (Belgrave House) in c. 1932. Photograph in the Grosvenor Office, no. 87

(b) No. 53 Davies Street in 1973. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Grosvenor House, screen to Upper Grosvenor Street in early 20th century. Photograph in the National Monuments Record

21. Dudley House, Park Lane

(a) Front in 1890. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(b) Ground floor, old dining-room, ceiling in 1975. G.L.C. photograph

22. (a) No. 39 Brook Street in 1971. Photograph copyright National Monuments Record

(b) No. 2 South Street in 1927. Photograph in the Grosvenor Office, no. 136

(c) Wood's Mews, elevation of stables for S. J. Loyd, c. 1823. Drawing by G. S. Repton in the Drawings Collection of the R.I.B.A.

23. Rebuildings of the 1820's and 1830's

(a) Houses to be built by Seth Smith in and around Gilbert Street. Drawing of 1821 by Smith and Maberley in the Grosvenor Office

(b) Houses to be built by William Skeat in Mount Street. Drawing in Westminster City Library

(c) Houses to be built by John Elger in Green Street. Drawing in the Grosvenor Office

24. (a) Davies Street, plan and elevations of improvements proposed by J. Higgs junior. Parliamentary Papers, 1839, XIII, First Report and Minutes of Evidence from Select Committee on Metropolis Improvements, Plan no. 6

(b) Nos. 50–54 (even) Davies Street in 1968. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Nos. 14–24 (even) South Street in c. 1931. Photograph in the Grosvenor Office, no. 283

25. Fronts designed by Thomas Cundy II and III

(a) No. 38 Grosvenor Square in c. 1931. Photograph in the Grosvenor Office, no. 99

(b) Nos. 20–21 Grosvenor Square in c. 1932–3. Photograph in the Grosvenor Office, no. 89

(c) No. 26 Grosvenor Square in 1902. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in Westminster City Library

(d) No. 4 Grosvenor Square in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

26. No. 4 Grosvenor Square, interiors in 1975. G.L.C. photographs

27. The French style in the 1860's

(a) Brook House, Park Lane. Watercolour by T. H. Wyatt of c. 1869, sold by Sotheby Parke Bernet and Company, 27 November 1975

(b) Nos. 491–497 (odd) Oxford Street in c. 1931. Photograph in the Grosvenor Office, no. 27

28. Grosvenor House, remodelling by Henry Clutton

(a) Loggia in 1927. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Gallery interior in 1889. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

29. Churches designed by Arthur Blomfield

(a) St. Mary's, Bourdon Street, in 1956. Photograph copyright National Monuments Record

(b) St. Mark's, North Audley Street, interior in 1971. G.L.C. photograph

(c) St. Saviour's, Oxford Street, in c. 1922. Photograph from The Passing of St. Saviour's, Oxford Street, London (1873–1922), n.d.

30. Working-class housing. Photographs of the early 1930's in the Grosvenor Office, nos. 149, 151, 159, 163

(a) St. George's Buildings, Bourdon Street

(b) Grosvenor Buildings, Bourdon Street

(c) Clarendon Flats and St. Mark's Mansions, Balderton Street

(d) Balderton Flats, Balderton Street and Brown Hart Gardens

31. Working-class housing

(a) Plan and bird's-eye view of the Improved Industrial Dwellings Company's estate. Lithograph in the Grosvenor Office

(b) Brown Hart Gardens in c. 1930. Photograph in the Grosvenor Office, no. 154

32. Goode's, South Audley Street. Lithograph in The Building News, 12 May 1876

33. (a), (b) Goode's, South Audley Street, details of stained glass and chimney stack in 1975. G.L.C. photographs

(c) No. 78 Brook Street in 1875. Photograph in National Monuments Record

(d) Audley Mansions, Nos. 44 Mount Street and 56 South Audley Street. Lithograph in The Building News, 29 May 1885

34. Mount Street reconstruction

(a) Looking west in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

(b) South side, Nos. 87–113 (consec.), in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Nos. 125–129 (consec.) in 1968. Photograph by Sydney W. Newbery, copyright T. P. Bennett and Son

(d) Nos. 4–7 (consec.) Carlos Place in c. 1897. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

35. (a) Nos. 7–8 Balfour Place in 1894. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(b) Nos. 75–83 (odd) Duke Street in 1975. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Duke's Yard in 1968. G.L.C. photograph

36. Town houses of the 1890's. Photographs by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(a) No. 54 Mount Street in 1897

(b) No. 32 Green Street in 1901

37. No. 54 Mount Street, entrance hall in c. 1911. Photograph by Newton in National Monuments Record

38. Buildings designed by Balfour and Turner

(a) Aldford House, Park Lane, in 1897. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(b) St. Anselm's Church, Davies Street, interior in c. 1938. Photograph by Arthur J. Mason in possession of G.L.C.

39. Claridge's Hotel, new building

(a) Perspective view of design. Watercolour of 1897 by C. W. Stephens at Claridge's

(b) Billiard-room in 1898. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

40. Interiors in the French style. Photographs by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(a) Dudley House, Park Lane, ballroom in 1890

(b) No. 26 Grosvenor Square, drawing-room in 1902

41. No. 41 Grosvenor Square, the ballroom

(a) In 1909. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(b) In 1926. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in Westminster City Library

42. Victorian and Edwardian interiors

(a) No. 46 Grosvenor Street, the Gothic staircase in 1970. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Nos. 69–71 (odd) Brook Street, the ballroom staircase in 1975. G.L.C. photograph

(c) No. 24 Upper Brook Street, entrance hall in 1917. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(d) No. 45 Grosvenor Square, conservatory in 1897. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

43. Inter-war entrance halls

(a) Bute House, No. 75 South Audley Street, in 1927. Photograph copyright Architectural Review (February 1927)

(b) No. 38 South Street in 1924. Photograph in possession of Mr. J. W. Wilcox

44. Elevations in stone, 1900–1914

(a) No. 45 Grosvenor Square in 1910. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(b) Nos. 16 and 17 Upper Brook Street in 1913. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(c) Nos. 73–75 (consec.) South Audley Street in 1943. G.L.C. photograph

(d) Nos. 17–21 (consec.) Upper Grosvenor Street in 1927. Photograph in the Grosvenor Office, no. 137

45. Elevations in brick, 1900–1920

(a) No. 28 South Street in 1903. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(b) No. 46 Green Street in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

(c) No. 38 South Street in 1924. Photograph in possession of Mr. J. W. Wilcox

(d) Nos. 25–26 Gilbert Street in 1974. G.L.C. photograph

46. Stone-fronted ranges. Photographs by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(a) Nos. 37–38 Upper Grosvenor Street and 44–50 (even) Park Street in 1912

(b) Nos. 37–43 (odd) Park Street in 1911

47. Brick-fronted ranges

(a) Nos. 55–57 (consec.) Grosvenor Street and 4–26 (even) Davies Street in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Nos. 38–45 (consec.) Green Street, backs and garden in 1916. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

48. (a) Nos. 139 and 140 Park Lane in 1968. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Nos. 415–419 (odd) Oxford Street in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Grosvenor House, Park Lane, in 1931. Photograph in the Grosvenor Office, no. 1

49. Inter-war flats

(a) Upper Feilde, Upper Brook Street and Park Street, in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Upper Brook Feilde, Upper Brook Street and Park Street, in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Nos. 105–108 (consec.) Park Lane in c. 1932. Photograph in the Grosvenor Office, no. 262

(d) Aldford House, Park Lane, in 1932. Photograph in the Grosvenor Office, no. 261

50. Mews houses and conversions

(a) Nos. 10–14 (even) Culross Street in 1926. Photograph in the Grosvenor Office, no. 115

(b) Nos. 10–14 (even) Culross Street in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Stables in Lees Mews in 1890. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(d) No. 3 Lees Place in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

51. Mews houses and conversions

(a) Nos. 21–25 (odd) Culross Street in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Broadbent Street, elevations of proposed conversion. Drawings of 1927 by Etchells and Pringle in the Grosvenor Office

(c) Wren House, Nos. 12 and 14 Mount Row, in 1968. G.L.C. photograph

(d) Tudor House, Nos. 6–10 (even) Mount Row, in 1968. G.L.C. photograph

52. Claridge's Hotel, interiors of 1929–31

(a) Entrance hall in 1930. Photograph copyright Architectural Review (March 1930)

(b) Vestibule and entrance hall of extension in 1932. Photograph copyright Country Life (11 June 1932)

53. Interiors of the 1930's

(a) No. 25 Upper Brook Street, drawing-room in c. 1933. Photograph copyright Lenygon and Morant in National Monuments Record

(b) No. 42 Upper Brook Street, bedroom of Mrs. F. J. Wolfe's flat in 1939. Photograph by Millar and Harris, 6260H

(c) No. 25 South Street, sitting-room in 1937. Photograph by Millar and Harris, 5621B

(d) No. 12 North Audley Street, bathroom in 1975. G.L.C. photograph

54. Grosvenor Square rebuilding

(a) North side in c. 1910. Postcard in possession of G.L.C.

(b) North side in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

55. Grosvenor Square rebuilding

(a) West side in c. 1930. Photograph in the Grosvenor Office, no. 79

(b) West side in 1961, United States Embassy. Photograph copyright Architectural Review (April 1961)

56. Aerial view of the Grosvenor Estate, Mayfair, in 1973. Photograph copyright Aerofilms Limited, SV 4788



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