Description of plates

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English Heritage

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J. R. Howard Roberts and Walter H. Godfrey (editors)

Year published

1949

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10-14

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'Description of plates', Survey of London: volume 21: The parish of St Pancras part 3: Tottenham Court Road & neighbourhood (1949), pp. X-XIV. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=65149 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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Frontispiece.Tottenham Court Road Turnpike with a view of St. James's Chapel (1798)From an aquatint after Rowlandson in the Council's Collection.
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1.Section of John Tompson's map of the parish of St. Pancras (circa 1803): the area covered by this volumeFrom a copy in the Council's Collection.
2.No. 29 Percy Street, ceilingMeasured drawing, London County Council.
3.No. 30 Percy Street, hall, etc.,Measured drawings, London Society.
4.(a) Percy Chapel, Charlotte Street; (b) Fitzroy Chapel, Maple StreetFrom watercolour drawings in Lysons's Environs of London (extra illustrated), Guildhall Library, London.
5.No. 9 Charlotte StreetPhotograph, London County Council.
6.(a) Constable's House, No. 76 Charlotte StreetPhotograph, London County Council.
(b) Colville PlacePhotograph, National Buildings Record.
7.No. 149 Whitfield StreetPhotograph, London County Council.
8.(a) No. 122 Whitfield StreetPhotographs, National Buildings Record.
(b) Nos. 143–163 Whitfield Street
9.(a) Nos. 6 and 8 Conway StreetPhotographs, National Buildings Record.
(b) No. 7 Conway Street
10.(a) Scientific & Literary Institution, Whitfield StreetPhotographs, Record. National Buildings Record.
(b) Nos. 2 and 3 Scala Street
11.(a) No. 41 Grafton WayPhotographs, National Buildings Record.
(b) No. 58 Grafton Way
12.Blowing up the Pic Nics, cartoon by James GillrayBritish Museum.
13.The Theatre, Tottenham Street (1817)From a drawing by Schnebbelie engraved for Wilkinson's Londina Illustrate.
14.No. 12 Goodge PlacePhotograph, National Buildings Record.
15.No. 36 Maple StreetPhotograph, National Buildings Record.
16.Fitzroy Square, south and east sidesFrom the original drawings at the Soane Museum.
17.Fitzroy Square, east and south sidesFrom engraved drawings at the Soane Museum.
18.Fitzroy Square, elevation of east sideMeasured drawing, London Society.
19.Fitzroy Square, east sidePhotograph, A. F. Kersting.
20.Fitzroy Square, south sidePhotograph, London County Council.
21.Fitzroy Square, west sidePhotograph, London County Council.
22.Fitzroy Square: (a) No. 15; (b) No. 33Photographs, National Buildings Record.
23.Portrait of the Rev. George WhitefieldFrom the engraving kindly lent by Mr. J. H. MacDonnell.
24.Whitefield's Chapel in 1764Engraving from the Heal Collection, St. Pancras Public Library.
25.Whitefield's Chapel. ExteriorFrom drawings by John Cullum in the Heal Collection. (St. Pancras Library)
26.Whitefield's Chapel. Interior
27.Mortimer's Market, Tottenham Court RoadPhotograph, National Buildings Record.
28.Doorways of: (a) No. 100; (b) Nos. 102 and 104 Gower StreetPhotographs, National Buildings Record.
29.No. 98 Gower Street, plan, elevation, etc.Measured drawings by Miss B. G. Bryan Brown (National Buildings Record)
30.(a) Nos. 87–97 and (b) Nos. 119–121 Gower StreetPhotographs, National Buildings Record.
31.No. 140 Gower StreetPhotograph, London County Council.
32.No. 140 Gower StreetMeasured drawing by Alison Shepherd.
33.University CollegeElevation and plans by William Wilkins, architect (1826).
34.University College SchoolFrom the lithograph by G. Scharf in the Council's Collection.
35.University College—
(a) Library (Exterior)Photograph, National Buildings Record.
(b) North wingPhotograph lent by University College.
(c) Flaxman GalleryPhotograph lent by University College.
36.University College, portico and domePhotograph by Herbert Felton.
37.University College, library: (a) and (b) Two viewsPhotographs, National Buildings Record.
38.Coward College, Byng PlacePhotograph, London County Council.
39.Catholic Apostolic ChurchPhotograph, London County Council.
40.Catholic Apostolic Church. Interior from the westPhotographs by W. Wedlake lent by J. M. Lickfold.
41.Catholic Apostolic Church—
(a) Corbels on tower pierPhotograph by W. Wedlake, lent by J. M. Lickfold.
(b) SanctuaryPhotograph by W. Wedlake, lent by J. M. Lickfold.
42.Catholic Apostolic Church—
(a) North transept arcadePhotographs by W. Wedlake, lent by J. M. Lickfold.
(b) Throne and stalls
43.Gordon Square, north sidePhotograph, National Buildings Record.
44.Gordon Square, east side (Nos. 36–40)Photograph, London County Council.
45.Dr. Williams' Library, Gordon SquarePhotograph, London County Council.
46.Tavistock Square: (a) East side; (b) Detail of east sidePhotographs by John Summerson.
47.Portrait of James BurtonFrom the mezzotint lent by Mr. J. H. MacDonnell.
48.Portrait of Thomas CubittLent by Mr. J. H. MacDonnell.
49.Doorways of: (a) No. 11; (b) No. 6 Tavistock Square, east sidePhotographs by John Summerson.
50.Tavistock Square, west sidePhotograph, London County Council.
51.Tavistock Square, west side, and the return in Gordon PlaceMeasured drawings by Miss B. G. Bryan Brown (National Buildings Record).
52.Upper Woburn Place, west side, and Endsleigh GardensPhotograph, London County Council.
53.Upper Woburn Place, west sideMeasured drawing by Miss B. G. Bryan Brown (National Buildings Record).
54.Endsleigh Gardens and Endsleigh StreetMeasured drawings by Miss B. G. Bryan Brown (National Buildings Record).
55.Endsleigh Place, north sidePhotograph, London County Council.
56.Endsleigh Place, south sidePhotograph, London County Council.
57.(a) Woburn Lodge, Upper Woburn PlacePhotographs, London County Council.
(b) No. 3 Woburn Walk
58.Euston Station, Lodge and Statue of Robert StephensonPhotograph, London County Council.
59.Euston Station, entrance(a) From a lithograph lent by L.N.E.R.
(b) Photograph, London County Council.
60.Euston Station, platforms(a) From a lithograph in the Council's Collection.
(b) Photograph lent by L.N.E.R.
61.Euston Station, one of the gates to the archPhotograph, London County Council.
62.Euston Station: (a) Hall; (b) Shareholders' meeting roomPhotographs lent by L.N.E.R.
63.Euston Square, Nos. 1–14Photograph, London County Council.
64.Euston Square, Nos. 15–28Photograph by E. R. Jarrett.
65.Euston SquareMeasured drawings (with details of Nos. 23–28) by Eric de Maré.
66.Euston Square, balconyPhotograph lent by Messrs. B. T. Batsford, Ltd.
67.Euston Square, details of doors, etc.Measured drawings by Eric de Maré.
68.Euston Grove: (a) East side; (b) Detail of Nos. 1 and 2Photographs by John Summerson.
69.(a) The Manor House of Tottenhall.Watercolour drawing by W. Burdon (1801) in the Heal Collection, St. Pancras Library.
(b) Part of the sameFrom an engraving entitled "King John's Palace" —Wilkinson.
70.The Manor House of TottenhallPlan by William Necton (1591), from the Hatfield Collection.
71.March of the Guards to FinchleyFrom the engraving after Hogarth in the Council's Collection.
72.Church of St. James, Hampstead RoadMeasured drawings by Miss B. G. Bryan Brown (National Buildings Record).
73.(a) Church of St. James, Hampstead Road. Memorial to Lord SouthamptonPhotograph, National Buildings Record.
(b) Church of St. James, Hampstead Road. InteriorPhotograph, London County Council.
74.Church of St. James, Hampstead Road. Memorials: (a) Sir William Hillman;Photographs, National Buildings Record.
(b) Anna Cecilia Rhodes
75.St. Saviour's Hospital, Osnaburgh Street. Carved woodwork in chapelPhotograph, National Buildings Record.
76.Clarence GardensPhotograph by John Summerson (National Buildings Record).
77.Munster Square, looking northPhotograph, London County Council.
78.Munster SquareMeasured drawing by Miss B. G. Bryan Brown (National Buildings Record).
79.Church of St. Mary Magdalene, Munster Square. ExteriorPhotograph, London County Council.
80.Church of St. Mary Magdalene, Munster Square. InteriorPhotograph, London County Council.
81.Cumberland Market: (a) East side; (b) South sidePhotograph, London County Council.
82.Cumberland Market, south sidePhotograph, London County Council.
83.Albany Street, Nos. 29–33Photograph, London County Council.
84.Albany Street, No. 154Photograph, London County Council.
85.Albany Street, No. 34Photograph, London County Council.
86.Christ Church, Albany StreetPhotograph, London County Council.
87.Park Village West, Nos. 1–6, 12–14, 18 and 19Measured drawings by D. M. Micklethwaite (National Buildings Record).
88.Park Village West: (a) No. 12; (b) No. 14Photographs, London County Council.
89.Park Village West, No. 14Measured drawing by D. M. Micklethwaite (National Buildings Record).
90.Park Village West, No. 12From a watercolour drawing by Phyllis Ginger (Recording Britain).
91.Park Village East, Nos. 2 and 4Measured drawings by Miss B. G. Bryan Brown (National Buildings Record).
92.Park Village East, Nos. 6 and 8Measured drawings by Miss B. G. Bryan Brown (National Buildings Record).
93.(a) Park Village East, Nos. 6 and 8Photographs, London County Council.
(b) Park Village East, Nos. 10 and 12
94.Park Village East, Nos. 10 and 12Measured drawings by Miss B. G. Bryan Brown (National Buildings Record).
95.(a) Park Village East, No. 14Measured drawings by Miss B. G. Bryan Brown (National Buildings Record).
(b) Park Village East, No. 16Measured drawings by Miss B. G. Bryan Brown (National Buildings Record).
96.(a) Park Village East, Nos. 22 and 24Photograph, London County Council.
(b) Park Village East, Nos. 26 and 28Photograph, National Buildings Record.
97.Park Village East, Nos. 22 and 23Measured drawings by Miss B. G. Bryan Brown (National Buildings Record).
98.Park Village East, Nos. 26 and 28Measured drawings by Miss B. G. Bryan Brown (National Buildings Record).
99.(a) Park Village East, No. 30Measured drawings by Miss B. G. Bryan Brown (National Buildings Record).
(b) Park Village East, Nos. 32 and 34Measured drawings by Miss B. G. Bryan Brown (National Buildings Record).