Plate 33

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English Heritage

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F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

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1977

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'Plate 33', Survey of London: volume 39: The Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair, Part 1 (General History) (1977). URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=41889 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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a. Goode's South Audley Street, details in 1975: a (left), details of stained glass window, b (right), chimney facing South Street.


Goode's South Audley Street, details in 1975: a (left), details of stained glass window, b (right), chimney facing South Street.

Plate 33a: Goode's South Audley Street, details in 1975: a (left), details of stained glass window, b (right), chimney facing South Street.
Ernest George and Peto, architects, 1875–6

b. Goode's South Audley Street, details in 1975: a (left), details of stained glass window, b (right), chimney facing South Street.


Goode's South Audley Street, details in 1975: a (left), details of stained glass window, b (right), chimney facing South Street.

Plate 33b: Goode's South Audley Street, details in 1975: a (left), details of stained glass window, b (right), chimney facing South Street.
Ernest George and Peto, architects, 1875–6

c. No. 78 Brook Street, with Nos. 76–68 (even) to right, in 1875.


No. 78 Brook Street, with Nos. 76–68 (even) to right, in 1875.

Plate 33c: No. 78 Brook Street, with Nos. 76–68 (even) to right, in 1875.
C. F. Hayward, architect of No. 78, 1873–5

d. Audley Mansions, Nos. 56 South Audley Street and 44 Mount Street, perspective view of 1885.


Plate 33d: J. T. Wimperis, architect, 1884–6