List of plates

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English Heritage

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F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

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1980

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'List of plates', Survey of London: volume 40: The Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair, Part 2 (The Buildings) (1980), pp. XI-XVI. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=42096 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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Frontispiece. Grosvenor Square. From Thomas Malton, A Picturesque Tour through the Cities of London and Westminster, vol. II, Plate 91 (published in 1800)

1. Brook Street. G.L.C. photographs

(a) North side, looking east in 1978

(b) North side, looking west in 1974

(c) Nos. 80–84 (even) in 1974

2. No. 66 Brook Street

(a) First-floor front room in 1928. Photograph copyright Country Life (21 April 1928)

(b) Waiting-room in 1974. G.L.C. photograph

3. Brook Street

(a), (c) No. 72, interiors in 1977. Photographs copyright Country Life (10 November 1977)

(b) Nos. 70 and 72 in 1977. Photograph copyright Country Life (10 November 1977)

(d) No. 76, ground-floor back room. From Colen Campbell, Andrea Palladio's Five Orders of Architecture, 1729

(e) No. 76, doorcase in ground-floor back room in 1974. G.L.C. photograph

4. Brook Street

(a), (c) No. 39, staircase and gallery in 1971. Photographs copyright National Monuments Record

(b) Nos. 59–63 (odd) in 1974. G.L.C. photograph

5. Brook Street. G.L.C. photographs

(a), (b) Nos. 69 and 71, interiors in 1975

(c) No. 88, morning-room in 1974

6. Claridge's

(a) Exterior in early 1890's. Watercolour in Grosvenor Office

(b) Staircase. Watercolour of 1895 by J. P. Emshe in Grosvenor Office

(c) Exterior in 1974. G.L.C. photograph

(d) Reception Hall of extension building in 1931. Photograph in possession of Savoy Hotel

7. Claridge's Restaurant

(a) In 1898. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(b), (c) In September 1929 and May 1930. Photographs in possession of Savoy Hotel

8. Grosvenor Street, looking east

(a) In January 1924. Photograph copyright of Radio Times Hulton Picture Library

(b) In 1933. Ink and wash drawing by Hanslip Fletcher in possession of Grosvenor Estate

9. Grosvenor Street

(a) Nos. 17–18 in 1974. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Nos. 19–22 in c. 1895. Grosvenor Estate photograph no. 130, now at Westminster City Library

(c) No. 28 in 1977. G.L.C. photograph

(d) Nos. 32–34 in 1978. G.L.C. photograph

10. Grosvenor Street

(a) Nos. 43–47 in 1910. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(b) Nos. 43–48 in 1912. Photograph copyright Country Life (Architectural Supplement, 26 October 1912)

(c) Nos. 47–48 in 1939. Photograph in possession of Mr. Gerald Lacoste

(d) No. 43 in 1958. G.L.C. photograph

11. Grosvenor Street

(a) No. 66 in 1926. From sale catalogue of 6 July 1926 in possession of the Baroness Emmet of Amberley

(b) No. 69 in 1975. G.L.C. photograph

(c) No. 43, garden and stables in 1930. Pen and ink drawing by Hanslip Fletcher in possession of the late Mrs. Richard Raphael's family

12. No. 46 Grosvenor Street, interiors in 1970 and 1975. G.L.C. photographs

13. Grosvenor Street

(a) No. 18, Mr. Bertie's room in 1896. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(b) No. 33, back drawing-room in 1911. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(c) No. 52, drawing-room in 1927. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(d) No. 70, garden room in 1930. Grosvenor Estate photograph, now at Westminster City Library

14. Grosvenor Street, staircases

(a) No. 69 in 1975. G.L.C. photograph

(b) No. 18 in 1896. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(c) No. 66 in 1926. From sale catalogue of 6 July 1926 in possession of the Baroness Emmet of Amberley

(d) No. 16 in 1974. G.L.C. photograph

15. (a) No. 66 Grosvenor Street, drawing-room in 1926. From sale catalogue of 6 July 1926 in possession of the Baroness Emmet of Amberley

(b), (c) No. 76 Grosvenor Street. Undated designs by Robert and James Adam for octagonal room. Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. VII, nos. 223, 225

(d) No. 74 South Audley Street, chimneypiece in 1953. Photograph by Dr. H. Zinram, G.L.C. copyright

(e) No. 16 Grosvenor Street, chimneypiece in 1974. G.L.C. photograph

16. (a) Grosvenor Gallery in 1877. From The Illustrated London News, 15 May 1877

(b) St. Mary's Church, Bourdon Street, interior. From J. Lindeboom, Austin Friars. History of the Dutch Reformed Church in London 1550 1950, 1950

(c) Bourdon Street, looking west in 1978. G.L.C. photograph

(d) Bloomfield Flats, Bloomfield Place in 1930's. Grosvenor Estate photograph no. 151, now at Westminster City Library

17. Berkeley Square

(a) Nos. 28–30 in May 1938. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Nos. 27–28 in 1906. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(c) No. 27, dining-room in 1906. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

18. Bourdon House, No. 2 Davies Street

(a) Exterior on 7 May 1909. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Doorcase in library in 1921. Photograph copyright Country Life (22 October 1921)

(c), (d) Ante-dining-room and staircase in 1909. G.L.C. photographs

19. Davies Street

(a) Nos. 3–7 (odd) in 1930's. Grosvenor Estate photograph no. 142, now at Westminster City Library

(b) Nos. 75–85 (odd) in 1968. G.L.C. photograph

(c) No. 56 in 1891. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(d) Grosvenor Market. Watercolour of 1882 by J. P. Emshe in Grosvenor Office

(e) No. 56 in 1978. G.L.C. photograph

20. (a) St. Anselm's Church, exterior in April 1939. Grosvenor Estate photograph no. 290, now at Westminster City Library

(b) St. Anselm's Church, font (now at St. Anselm's, Belmont) in 1975. G.L.C. photograph

(c) South Molton Lane in late 19th century. Grosvenor Estate photograph no. 133, now at Westminster City Library

(d) St. Anselm's Church, interior before 1919. Undated photograph in possession of G.L.C.

(e) South Molton Lane and Davies Mews in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

21. No. 58 Davies Street: Boldings

(a) Perspective drawing. From The Building News, 27 June 1890

(b) External plaque in 1975. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Detail of entrance lobby in 1975. G.L.C. photograph

(d), (e) Interiors in 1926. Photographs in possession of John Bolding and Sons

22. (a) Robert Street Congregational Chapel. Watercolour of 1890 by J. Appleton in Grosvenor Office

(b) Thomas (now Binney) Street. Watercolour of 1888 by J. Appleton in Grosvenor Office

(c) Duke Street Electricity Sub-station, east pavilion in 1978. G.L.C. photograph

(d) King's Weigh House Church, exterior in 1965. Photograph copyright National Monuments Record

23. King's Weigh House Church

(a) Exterior in 1892. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(b), (d) Interior in 1965. Photographs copyright National Monuments Record

(c) Hall at No. 21 Binney Street in 1975. G.L.C. photograph

24. (a) St. Anselm's Schools, Gilbert Street, in April 1939. Grosvenor Estate photograph no. 290, now at Westminster City Library

(b) Hanover Flats, Weighhouse Street, in 1930's. Grosvenor Estate photograph no. 138, now at Westminster City Library

(c) Nos. 55–73 (odd) Duke Street in 1892. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

25. Nos. 11 and 12 North Audley Street

(a) Exterior in 1962. Photograph copyright Country Life (15 November 1962)

(b)–(d) Rear elevation and interiors of No. 12 in 1925. Photographs copyright Country Life (11 April 1925)

26. North Audley Street

(a) No. 12, 'Chinese' bedroom in 1975. G.L.C. photograph

(b) St. Mark's Church and Nos. 14–15 in 1969. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Nos. 24–29 in 1896. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

27. St. Mark's Church, North Audley Street

(a) Unexecuted design of 1824. Drawing by John Goldicutt in Drawings Collection of the Royal Institute of British Architects

(b) West door in 1969. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Interior in 1952. Photograph by A. F. Kersting

(d) Font in 1975. G.L.C. photograph

28. Grosvenor Square

(a) View looking north. Engraving by T. Bowles published in 1751

(b) View looking north-east. Drawing by E. Dayes engraved by R. Pollard and R. Dodd and published in 1789

(c), (d) No. 28 in 1859 and No. 43 in 1862. Coloured drawings in the British Museum, Department of Prints and Drawings, J. W. Archer Drawings, Portfolio XIII, nos. 11–12

29. Grosvenor Square

(a) Derby House, No. 26. Lecture diagram of c. 1813 in Sir John Soane's Museum, Portfolio XVIII, set 2, no. 10

(b) No. 41 in 1909. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(c), (d) No. 32 and No. 35 in c. 1930–1. Grosvenor Estate photographs nos. 95, 97, now at Westminster City Library

30. Grosvenor Square

(a) East side in c. 1914. Photograph copyright National Monuments Record

(b) Nos. 18–21 in 1931. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in Westminster City Library

(c) Nos. 24 and 25 in c. 1930 1. Grosvenor Estate photograph no. 91, now at Westminster City Library

(d) West side in 1957. G.L.C. photograph

31. Grosvenor Square, the four corners in 1977. G.L.C. photographs

32. Grosvenor Square

(a) United States Embassy, competition design. Photograph copyright Associated Press

(b) East side in 1977. G.L.C. photograph

(c), (d) North side and Roosevelt Memorial in 1976. G.L.C. photographs

33. Grosvenor Square

(a) No. 50, exterior. Reproduced by permission of the British Library Board from a pencil drawing by John Buckler of 18 May 1841 in British Library, Add. MS. 36370, f. 84

(b) No. 50, interior wall elevations, c. 1737. Drawing in Bodleian Library, MS. North b.24. f. 275

(c) No. 49, entrance hall, 1802. Drawing in Sir John Soane's Museum, Miscellaneous drawings, vol. 4, p. 141

34. No. 12 Grosvenor Square

(a), (c) Staircase compartment and ceiling in first-floor front room in 1959. Photographs copyright National Monuments Record

(b) Staircase ceiling in 1959. G.L.C. photograph

(d) Front entrance in August 1934. G.L.C. photograph

35. No. 19 Grosvenor Square, Gallery, staircase and stables in 1919. Photographs copyright Country Life (1 March 1919)

36. Derby House, No. 26 Grosvenor Square. Designs by Robert Adam for third drawing room

Ceiling, 1773. Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. XII, no. 144

Plan and wall elevations (displayed). Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. L, no. 80

37. Derby House, No. 26 Grosvenor Square

(a) Chimneypieces. From The Works in Architecture of Robert and James Adam, vol. II, 1779, part I, PlateIII

(b) Design by Robert Adam for bed. Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. XVII, no. 154

(c) Design by Robert Adam for courtyard screen. Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. L, no. 79

38. Grosvenor Square. Photographs by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(a) No. 34, drawing-room in 1890

(b) No. 26, dining-room in 1902

39. Grosvenor Square. Photographs by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(a) No. 45, dining-room in 1897

(b) No. 41, dining-room in 1909

40. Grosvenor Square

(a) No. 26, entrance hall in 1902. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in Westminster City Library

(b) No. 41, staircase hall in 1909. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(c) No. 27, courtyard, c. 1913. Photograph in possession of Mewés and Davis, 78 Wimpole Street

(d) No. 27, 'Indian' hall in 1957. G.L.C. photograph

41. Grosvenor Square

(a), (b) No. 26, bedroom and staircase in 1902. Photographs by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(c) No. 45, boudoir in 1897. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(d) No. 25, boudoir. Photograph in National Monuments Record. Copyright Miss S. Hardy

42. No. 38 Grosvenor Square

(a) Staircase in 1953. Photograph by Dr. H. Zinram, G.L.C. copyright

(b), (c) Ceiling details in 1975. G.L.C. photographs

(d), (e) First-floor rear room and first-floor bow room in 1975. G.L.C. photographs

43. Grosvenor Square

(a) No. 9, music room in 1930's. Photograph by E. J. Mason in possession of Miss J. B. Courtauld

(b) No. 47, music room in c. 1928. Photograph in possession of Mr. P. H. Peirano

44. Grosvenor Square

(a) No. 47, courtyard in c. 1928. Photograph in possession of Mr. P. H. Peirano

(b) No. 44, courtyard in 1958. Photograph by A. V. Swaebe. Copyright Barry Swaebe

(c) No. 44, first-floor front room in 1953. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in possession of G.L.C.

(d) No. 44, mural painting in 1967. G.L.C. photograph

45. Oxford Street looking east in c. 1883. Photographs copyright National Monuments Record

46. Oxford Street

(a) St. Saviour's Church. From The Building News, 18 December 1874

(b) Nos. 453–459 (odd). From Sydney Perks, Residential Flats, 1905, fig. 113A

(c) Nos. 399–405 (odd). From The Architect, 25 December 1880

47. Oxford Street

(a) Nos. 439–441 in 1908. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(b) Nos. 479–483 (odd) in 1930. Grosvenor Estate photograph no. 30, now at Westminster City Library

(c) Hereford House on 15 August 1930. Photograph in possession of Higgs and Hill Ltd

48. (a) Dunraven Street, west side, and No. 128 Park Lane on 29 April 1941. Grosvenor Estate war damage photograph no. 69, now at Westminster City Library

(b) Nos. 16–19 Dunraven Street in 1978. G.L.C. photograph

(c) No. 22 Dunraven Street, porch in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

(d) North Row Dwellings in 1930's. Grosvenor Estate photograph no. 160, now at Westminster City Library

(e) Hereford Gardens in 1928. Photograph in National Monuments Record

49. (a), (b) St. Mary's Chapel, Park Street. Watercolours of 1882 by Henry Hodge in Westminster City Library, box 49, no. 9a b

(c) Nos. 51–54 Green Street in 1968. G.L.C. photograph

(d) No. 10 Green Street, porch in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

(e) Green Street, looking east in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

50. Green Street

(a) Nos. 58 and 59 in 1974. G.L.C. photograph

(b) No. 55, hall in 1977. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Garden in October 1916. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

51. Hampden House, No. 61 Green Street in 1919. Photographs by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

52. (a) Shepherd's Place in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

(b) No. 8 Lees Place in 1978. G.L.C. photograph

(c) No. 4 Lees Place in 1932. Photograph copyright Architectural Review (September 1932)

(d) Nos. 91–103A (odd) Park Street in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

(e) Stables at No. 3 Lees Place in 1890. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

53. Upper Brook Street

(a) No. 4, staircase compartment in 1926. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(b) No. 24, room in mews building in 1917. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(c) No. 42, flat decorated by Serge Chermayeff in 1935. Photograph copyright Architectural Review

54. Upper Brook Street

(a) No. 36 in 1974. G.L.C. photograph

(b) No. 35, front entrance in 1974. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Nos. 41–42 in March 1914. Photograph in possession of Mewes and Davis, 78 Wimpole Street

(d) Nos. 47–53 in 1979. G.L.C. photograph

55. Upper Brook Street

(a) North side, looking east in 1974. G.L.C. photograph

(b) No. 54 in 1912. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(c) Looking east in 1933. Ink and wash drawing by Hanslip Fletcher in possession of Grosvenor Estate

56. No. 6 Upper Brook Street

(a), (b) Designs by Robert Adam. Drawings in possession of Mr. Robin Compton at Newby Hall, Yorkshire

(c), (d) Ceiling in back drawing-room in March 1902. Grosvenor Estate photographs no. 134, now at Westminster City Library

57. No. 33 Upper Brook Street

(a) Exterior in 1978. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Hall in 1979. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Back drawing-room. Reproduced by permission of the British Library Board from a pencil drawing by John Buckler of 5 May 1820 in British Library, Add. MS. 36370, f. 38

58. (a) No. 64 Park Street, the White Bear, in c. 1900–4. Grosvenor Estate photograph no. 125/1, now at Westminster City Library

(b) No. 64 Park Street in 1927. Photograph in possession of Mr. J. W. Wilcox

(c) Culross Street garden, looking west in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

(d) Nos. 1A–9 (odd) Culross Street in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

59. Park Street. G.L.C. photographs

(a) No. 72, exterior in 1974

(b) No. 74, staircase in 1976

(c) No. 70, first-floor rooms in 1976

60. Upper Grosvenor Street

(a) Nos. 14–18 in c. 1906. Grosvenor Estate photograph no. 132, now at Westminster City Library

(b) North side, looking west in 1974. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Nos. 21–23 in July 1926. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(d) Nos. 19–20 in 1938. Photograph by Millar and Harris, 5998A

61. Upper Grosvenor Street

(a) No. 18, hall and staircase in 1974. Photograph by Francis Thompson Studios Ltd, 2877/2

(b) No. 48, drawing-room in 1920's. Photograph copyright Country Life

(c), (d) No. 19, drawing-room and hall in 1927–8. Photographs by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

62. Upper Grosvenor Street

(a) Nos. 47–48 in 1957. Photograph copyright National Monuments Record

(b) Nos. 44–45, backs in 1975. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Nos. 41–43, backs in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

(d) No. 44, front entrance in 1974. G.L.C. photograph

(e) No. 43, staircase in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

(f) No. 45, former stables in 1975. G.L.C. photograph

63. Park Street

(a) East side, looking south in c. 1896. Grosvenor Estate photograph now at Westminster City Library

(b) No. 35 in April 1956. Photograph copyright National Monuments Record

(c) Nos. 44–50 (even) in 1912. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(d) No. 44, staircase in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

(e), (f) No. 46, interiors in 1976. G.L.C. photographs

64. Old Grosvenor House

(a) Entrance gate in 1927. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Picture gallery. From The Illustrated London News, 30 June 1849

(c) Entrance hall in 1889. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

65. Old Grosvenor House, interiors in 1889. Photographs by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

66. Old Grosvenor House

(a), (c) Designs by Thomas Cundy II, 1826. Drawings from Grosvenor Estate Archives now at Westminster City Library

(b), (d) Designs by Thomas Cundy II, 1829 and 1845. Drawings in Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut. B 1975.2.462, 476

(e) Garden Front in 1889. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

67. Park Lane

(a) Looking south near Dudley House. Pencil drawing of c. 1811 probably by J. C. Nattes in Westminster City Library

(b) Looking east near Grosvenor House. Pencil drawing of c. 1827 probably by R. B. Schnebbelie in Westminster City Library

(c) Looking north from Hyde Park. Lithograph of 1842 by Thomas Shotter Boys in British Museum, Department of Prints and Drawings, Crace Views, Portfolio IX, no. 70

68. Park Lane

(a) Lord Petre's (later Breadalbane) House. From James Paine, Plans Elevations and Sections of Noblemen and Gentlemen's Houses …, part II, 1783, plate LXXV

(b) Somerset House on 30 July 1912. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Breadalbane House, 'Baronial Hall'. From The Illustrated London News, 17 June 1854

(d) Somerset House in 1913. Watercolour by Philip Norman in the Museum of London

69. (a), (b) Camelford House, interiors in 1912. G.L.C. photographs

(c) Camelford House, exterior in 1850. Watercolour by T. H. Shepherd in British Museum, Department of Prints and Drawings, Crace Views, Portfolio XXIX, no. 115

(d) Design by John Soane for a Museum for the Dilettanti Society in Hereford Street. From John Soane, Plans, Elevations and Sections …, 1788, Plates 46 and 47

70–71. Dudley House, Park Lane, interiors in 1890. Photographs by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

72. Brook House, Park Lane

(a) Exterior in July 1926. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(b) Reception rooms in 1902. From The King, 22 March 1902

(c) Penthouse, gallery in 1939. Photograph copyright Country Life (24 June 1939)

(d) Penthouse, boudoir in 1939. Photograph by Millar and Harris, 6239c

73. Park Lane

(a)–(c) Exteriors in July 1926. Photographs by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(d) Houses on Fountain House site on 30 December 1930. Grosvenor Estate photograph no. 45, now at Westminster City Library

74. Park Lane

(a) Nos. 129–131 in c. 1970. Grosvenor Estate photograph now at Westminster City Library

(b) Nos. 129–130 on 17 October 1944. G.L.C. photograph

(c) No. 117, detail of hall in 1978. G.L.C. photograph

(d) Grosvenor House on 30 December 1931. Grosvenor Estate photograph no. 18, now at Westminster City Library

(e) No. 117 in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

75. Chimneypieces

(a) No. 93 Park Lane in 1970. G.L.C. photograph

(b) No. 2 Hereford Gardens in November 1927. Grosvenor Estate photograph no. 52, now at Westminster City Library

(c) No. 117 Park Lane in 1978. G.L.C. photograph

(d) No. 50 Park Street in 1977. G.L.C. photograph

(e) Brook House in c. 1932. Grosvenor Estate photograph no. 272, now at Westminster City Library

76. Grosvenor Chapel, South Audley Street

(a) Original design for west front. Drawing attached to Grosvenor building agreement of 6 April 1730 (no. 67), now at Westminster City Library

(b) West front in 1920. Photograph in possession of G.L.C. Photograph Library (Whiffin 426)

(c), (d) Interior in 1977. G.L.C. photographs

77. South Audley Street

(a)–(c) Nos. 9–16 in 1976. G.L.C. photographs

(d) No. 55 in c. 1930. Grosvenor Estate photograph no. 48, now at Westminster City Library

78. No. 10 South Audley Street

(a)–(c) Interiors and rear elevation. Reproduced by permission of the British Library Board from pencil drawings by John Buckler of 1813 in British Library, Add. MS. 36370, ff. 14, 12, 11

79. South Audley Street, interiors. G.L.C. photographs

(a), (b) No. 12 in 1948

(c) No. 9 in 1977

(d) No. 13 in 1948

80. No. 71 South Audley Street, exteriors and hall in late 1920's. Photographs copyright Country Life (15 April 1933)

81. No. 71 South Audley Street

(a) Ceiling in first-floor middle room. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in possession of G.L.C.

(b) Ground-floor front room in late 1920's. Photograph copyright Country Life (15 April 1933)

82. No. 74 South Audley Street

(a)–(c), (e) Ceilings in 1975. G.L.C. photographs

(d) First-floor landing in 1953. Photograph by Dr. H. Zinram in possession of G.L.C.

83. South Audley Street

(a) No. 26. Lithograph by Robert Dudley in possession of G.L.C. (Print room, Jessie Ewen vol. 12)

(b) No. 75. Watercolour of 1891 by J. P. Emslie in Grosvenor Office

(c) No. 75. From The Building News, 14 August 1908

(d) No. 75 in 1978. G.L.C. photograph

84–85. No. 75 South Audley Street, interiors in 1902. Photographs copyright Country Life

86. Nos. 17–22 South Audley Street: Goode's. Photographs by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(a) Exterior in 1892

(b) Showroom in 1891

87. No. 54 Mount Street, interiors in c. 1911. Photographs by Newton in National Monuments Record

88. (a) Parish workhouse in Mount Street. Engraving in British Museum, Department of Prints and Drawings, Crace Views, Supplementary, Portfolio XXIX, no. 23

(b) Mount Street. Watercolour of 1886 by J. P. Emslie in Grosvenor Office

(c) Nos. 66–67 Mount Street in July 1926. Grosvenor Estate photograph no. 137, now at Westminster City Library

(d) Carlos (formerly Charles) Street in October 1890. Grosvenor Estate photograph no. 113/7, now at Westminster City Library

(e) Bishop's Yard in October 1890. Grosvenor Estate photograph no. 113/4, now at Westminster City Library

89. Mount Street

(a), (b) Nos. 104–113 in 1892. Photographs by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(c) No. 114 in 1968. G.L.C. photograph

(d) Nos. 1–5. From The Architect, 1 June 1888

90. (a) Nos. 45–46 Mount Street in 1894. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(b) Nos. 34 and 36 Park Street in 1914. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(c) Library at No. 25 South Audley Street in 1895. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(d) Mayfair House, Carlos Place in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

91. Mount Street

(a) No. 118, drawing-room in 1894. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(b) No. 98, entrance in 1974. G.L.C. photograph

(c) No. 114, chapel in 1975. G.L.C. photograph

(d) Connaught Hotel, entrance in c. 1970. Grosvenor Estate photograph now at Westminster City Library

92. (a) Aldford Street, north side in 1895. Grosvenor Estate photograph now at Westminster City Library

(b) Nos. 1–3 Balfour Place in 1894. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(c) Nos. 2–12 (even) Park Street. From The Architect, 13 December 1901

(d) Aldford Street, north side in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

(e) Nos. 11–15 (odd) Balfour Mews, in c. 1930. Grosvenor Estate photograph no. 60, now at Westminster City Library

93. Aldford House, Park Lane. Photographs by Bedford Lemere in National Monuments Record

(a) Exterior in 1926

(b) Front entrance in 1897

(c) Main Hall in 1914

94. South Street

(a)–(c) Nos. 2–14 (even), front and rear elevations in 1929. Grosvenor Estate photographs nos. 65, 61, 64, now at Westminster City Library

(d) Nos. 24 and 26 in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

95. (a) Nos. 39–45 (odd) South Street. From The Architect, 20 January 1899

(b) St. George's, Hanover Square, Church of England Primary School. From The Architect, 10 February 1899

(c) South Street garden in 1975. G.L.C. photograph

(d) Nos. 30–36 (even) South Street in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

(e) Nos. 40–44 (even) Hill Street in 1976. G.L.C. photograph

96. No. 38 South Street, interiors in 1924. Photographs in possession of Mr. J. W. Wilcox



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