Description of the plates

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Walter H. Godfrey

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1909

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8-11

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'Description of the plates', Survey of London: volume 2: Chelsea, pt I (1909), pp. VIII-XI. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=74493 Date accessed: 30 August 2014.


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DESCRIPTION OF THE PLATES.

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1.Map of Chelsea, from the Royal Hospital to the Old Church based on the Ordnance Survey (1894–6)Drawn by Walter H. Godfrey
2.Plan of Walpole House when in the occupation of Lord Yarborough. From the Parliamentary papers in the Soane Museum.
3.Drawing Room, Walpole House. Now Ward 7 of the Infirmary, Royal HospitalDrawn by Jessie Godman
4.Chimney-piece in Drawing Room, Walpole House.Photo by F. J. Sawyer
5.Lead Cistern, Walpole HousePhoto by H. W. Fincham
6.Garden Buildings, Walpole House. From a water-colour drawing in the Guildhall copy of Lysons' Environs, erroneously inscribed "Mrs. Aufren's [Aufrere's] House."
7.Gough House from Paradise Row. From a water-colour drawing in the ChelseaPublic Library by M. J. Rush
8.Gough House from the River, 1720. From a lithograph in Faulkner's Chelsea.
9.Gough House (The Victoria Hospital for Children), 1908, from the South-westPhoto by H. W. Fincham
10.No. 1 Swan Walk and Nos. 67 to 69 Royal Hospital RoadDrawn by Jessie Godman
11.No. 1 Swan Walk, Front DoorPhoto by H. W. Fincham
12.Plan of the Physic Garden (1732) showing the new buildings. From an engraved copy at the Chelsea Public Library.By Edward Oakley, Architect
13.Plan of the Physic Garden (1751) From an engraved copy at the Chelsea Public Library.By John Haynes
14.The Physic Garden showing two of the Cedars. From a lithograph at the Chelsea Public Library.
15.The Statue of Sir Hans Sloane in the Physic Garden.From a water-colour drawing by E. M. B. Warren
16.Lead Cistern in the Physic GardenPhoto by W. Plomer Young
17.North-east end of Paradise Row.From a drawing by Philip Norman
18.Paradise Row from the EastPhoto by Gilbert H. Lovegrove
19.Paradise Row (Nos. 3a and 4)Photo by Gilbert H. Lovegrove
20.Paradise Row, Wrought-iron Gate (No. 3a)Photo by Geo. Trotman
21.Paradise Row, Garden Front of East endErnest Godman
22.Paradise Row from the WestPhoto by Gilbert H. Lovegrove
23.Paradise Row, Doorway (No. 7)Photo by Gilbert H. Lovegrove
24.Modern "Gothic" Shop Front, formerly at No. 41 Queen's Road WestDrawn by Ernest A. Mann
25.East end of Cheyne WalkPhoto by A. P. Wire
26.Doorway from No. 12, now at No. 1 Cheyne Walk.Photo by A. P. Wire
27.Chimney-piece from Radnor House, now at No. 1 Cheyne WalkPhoto by A. P. Wire
28.Nos. 3 and 4 Cheyne WalkPhoto by A. P. Wire
29.No. 3 Cheyne Walk, DoorwayPhoto by W. Plomer Young
30.No. 3 Cheyne Walk, HallPhoto by Frederick J. Sawyer
31.No. 3 Cheyne Walk, Staircase.Measured and drawn by Frank T. Dear
32.No. 3 Cheyne Walk:—
Detail of StairsPhoto by Geo. Trotman
Details of Chimney-piecePhoto by Geo. Trotman
33.No. 4 Cheyne Walk, Wrought-iron Gate.Photo by H. W. Fincham
34.No. 4 Cheyne Walk, Wrought-iron Gate. Measured drawing.
35.No. 4 Cheyne Walk, Front DoorwayPhoto by F. R. Taylor
36.No. 4 Cheyne Walk, detail of samePhoto by F. R. Taylor
37.No. 4 Cheyne Walk, Front Doorway.Measured and drawn by Cecil G. MacDowell
38.No. 4 Cheyne Walk, StaircaseFrom a drawing by Bertha Newcombe
39.No. 4 Cheyne Walk, Fireplace in the Dining Room on the ground floorPhoto by Geo. Trotman
40.No. 4 Cheyne Walk:—
Fireplace in the front room, first floor.Photo by A. H. Blake
Fireplace in the front bedroom, second floor.Photo by A. H. Blake
41.No. 5 Cheyne Walk, Wrought-iron Gates.Photo by A. H. Blake
42.No. 5 Cheyne Walk, Wrought-iron Gates.Measured and drawn by W. A. Webb
43.No. 5 Cheyne Walk, Staircase.Measured and drawn by Frank T. Dear
44.No. 5 Cheyne Walk, Lead Vase.Measured and drawn by Frank T. Dear
45.Portrait of Doctor Bartholomew Dominiceti.From an engraving kindly lent by Mrs. Domenichetti
46.No. 6 Cheyne WalkPhoto by H. W. Fincham
47.No. 6 Cheyne WalkPlan measured and drawn by Edwin Gunn and E. Brantwood Muff
48.No. 6 Cheyne Walk, Gate and RailingPhoto by F. R. Taylor
49.No. 6 Cheyne Walk, Gate and Railing.Measured and drawn by F. R. Taylor
50.No. 6 Cheyne Walk, Front Doorway.From a drawing by Bertha Newcombe
51.No. 6 Cheyne Walk, View from the Garden.Photo by H.W. Fincham
52.No. 6 Cheyne Walk, Garden EntrancePhoto by H. W. Fincham
53.No. 6 Cheyne Walk, Stairs and HallPhoto by H. W. Fincham
54.No. 6 Cheyne Walk, HallPhoto by H. W. Fincham
55.No. 6 Cheyne Walk, StaircaseFrom a drawing by Bertha Newcombe
56.No. 6 Cheyne Walk, Staircase.Measured and drawn by E. Brantwood Muff
57.No. 6 Cheyne Walk, Dining RoomPhoto by H. W. Fincham
58.No. 6 Cheyne Walk, on the First Floor Landing showing Iron GrillePhoto by H. W. Fincham
59.No. 6 Cheyne Walk, Iron Grille.Measured and drawn by Edwin Gunn
60.No. 6 Cheyne Walk, Wood Grille, first floor.Photo by H. W. Fincham
61.No. 6 Cheyne Walk, Staircase from first floor.Photo by H.W. Fincham
62.No. 6 Cheyne Walk, Lead Rain-water Head with Coat of ArmsPhoto by H.W. Fincham
63.No. 6 Cheyne Walk, Lead CisternPhoto by H.W. Fincham
64.No. 15 Cheyne WalkPhoto by A. P. Wire
65.No. 15 Cheyne Walk, Wrought-iron Gates.Measured by C. J. Bathurst Drawn by Edmund L. Wratten
66.No. 15 Cheyne Walk, Front DoorPhoto by A. P. Wire
67.Queen's HousePhoto by F. R. Taylor
68.Queen's House, Wrought-iron Gate and lower part of housePhoto by A. P. Wire
69.Queen's House, Gate and Railings.Measured and drawn by Edmund L. Wratten and Walter H. Godfrey
70.Queen's House, Wrought-iron GatePhoto by F. R. Taylor
71.Queen's House, Wrought-iron Gate.Measured and drawn by Edmund L. Wratten and Walter H. Godfrey
72.Queen's House, Garden FrontPhoto by F. R. Taylor
73.Queen's House, Hall from Dining RoomPhoto by Frederick J. Sawyer
74.Queen's House, Drawing RoomPhoto by Frederick J. Sawyer
75.Queen's House, Passage, first floorPhoto by Horace Dan
76.Queen's House, Spiral StairPhoto by Frederick J. Sawyer
77.Queen's House, Spiral Stair, detailPhoto by Horace Dan
78.Queen's House:—
Mask from Monogram RailingPhoto by Ernest Godman
Monogram RailingPhoto by Ernest Godman
79.Queen's House, Railing to StepsPhoto by Ernest Godman
80.Nos. 17 and 18 Cheyne WalkPhoto by W. Plomer Young
81.Don Saltero's as a tavernPhoto by Hedderley
82.Nos. 19 to 26 Cheyne Walk, View from the West.Photo by A. P. Wire
83.No. 20 Cheyne Walk:—
Carving over doorPhoto by F. R. Taylor
Lead CisternPhoto by F. R. Taylor
84.No. 20a Cheyne Walk, StaircasePhoto by A. H. Blake
85.No. 25 Cheyne Walk, DoorwayPhoto by A. H. Blake
86.Shrewsbury House. From a wash drawing in the Guildhall copy of Lysons' Environs.
87.Shrewsbury House.From an engraving in the Chelsea Public Library from a drawing by Edward Ward
88.Shrewsbury House, Old Buildings from Cheyne WalkPhoto by A. P. Wire
89.Shrewsbury House, backs of same and of Nos. 46–48 Cheyne WalkPhoto by A. P. Wire
90.Shrewsbury House, Panelling.Measured and drawn by Percy W. Lovell
91.Nos. 59 to 63 Cheyne Walk (Prospect Place). From a lithograph in the Chelsea Public Library.
92.Nos. 59 to 63 Cheyne Walk (Prospect Place). From an early photo, Chelsea Public Library.
93.Nos. 62 and 63 Cheyne WalkPhoto by A. H. Blake
94.No. 62 Cheyne Walk, FireplacePhoto by A. H. Blake