Description of the plates

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Walter H. Godfrey

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1913

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11-14

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'Description of the plates', Survey of London: volume 4: Chelsea, pt II (1913), pp. XI-XIV. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=74614 Date accessed: 03 September 2014.


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DESCRIPTION OF THE PLATES.

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1.Plan of Chelsea, (1717) from Faulkner's Chelsea and its Environs (2nd Ed. 1829)By James Hamilton
2.Survey of the Manor of Chelsea (1769) from a drawing in the British MuseumBy T. Richardson
3.Map of Chelsea (1836), from a copy in the Chelsea Public LibraryBy Thompson
4.The Old Church and Arch House, from a drawing in the Chelsea Public LibraryBy T. Malton
5.The Old Church and Lombard Terrace.Photo by A. P. Wire
6.Arch House, East front, from an old photograph lent by Mr. Philip Norman
7.Lombard Street and Arch House, from an old photograph lent by Mr. Philip Norman.
8.Fishmonger's Shop, No. 72, Cheyne Walk Drawn by Philip Norman
9.Duke Street and corner of Danvers Street, from an old photograph lent by Mr. Philip Norman.
10.Nos. 7 to 15, Danvers StreetPhoto by A. P. Wire
11.No. 9, Danvers StreetPhoto by Cecil G. McDowell
12.No. 9, Danvers Street, detailPhoto by Cecil G. McDowell
13.No. 9, Danvers Street, Stair,two photographs by George Trotman
14.No. 9, Danvers Street, interior ground floor.Photo by Cecil G. McDowell
15.No. 9, Danvers Street, interior first floor.Photo by Cecil G. McDowell
16.Nos. 7 to 15, Danvers Street, back viewPhoto by George Trotman
17.Crosby Hall, Oriel WindowPhoto by A. P. Wire
18.Crosby Hall, RoofPhoto by London County Council
19.Crosby Hall, Detail of RoofPhoto by London County Council
20.Crosby Hall, FireplacePhoto by A. P. Wire
21.Beaufort House, plan of Estate c. 1595, from the Hatfield MSS.
22.Beaufort House, Kip's view, (1699)
23.Beaufort House, Stone Gateway, now at ChiswickPhoto by Francis R. Taylor
24.Old Battersea Bridge, from an old photograph in the collection at the Chelsea Public Library.
25.Nos. 91 to 94, Cheyne Walk. Plan of the ground floor.Measured and drawn by Alfred E. Bullock
26.Nos. 91 to 94, Cheyne WalkPhoto by Alfred P. Wire
27.No. 91, Cheyne Walk, Window. Photograph.
28.No. 91, Cheyne Walk, Internal Archway (first floor)Photo by A. H. Blake.
29.No. 92, Cheyne Walk, Entrance Door. Photograph.
30.No. 92, Cheyne Walk, Carved Mantelpiece in Hall.Photo by T. Oliphant Foster
31.Nos. 91 to 94, Cheyne Walk from the West. Photo by A. E. Bullock
32.Sir Theodore Mayerne.From a painting in the National Portrait Gallery.
33.Lindsey House, Plans of the ground and first floorsMeasured and drawn by Percy W. Lovell
34.Lindsey House, Elevation.Measured and drawn by Percy W. Lovell
35.Lindsey House. From an old photograph lent by Mr. Philip Norman.
36.Lindsey House, from the EastPhoto by A. H. Blake
37.Lindsey House, Staircase at No. 97Photo by Francis R. Taylor
38.Lindsey House, Fireplace at No. 97Photo by Francis R. Taylor
39.Lindsey House, from the WestPhoto by H. W. Fincham
40.Lindsey House, View of RoofPhoto by W. P. Young
Lindsey House, Garden of No. 100Photo by W. P. Young
41.Lindsey House, No. 100, Front room, first floor. Photo by Edward Yates
42.Lindsey House, No. 99, Back Room, first floor. Photo by Edward Yates
43.Lindsey House, No. 99, KitchenPhoto by Edward Yates
44.Lindsey House, No. 100, Bedroom, third floor. Photo by Edward Yates
45.Turner's House, Nos. 118–119, Cheyne Walk. Photo by A. H. Blake
46.Stanley House, (St. Mark's College), Plans and ElevationsMeasured and drawn by Percy W. Lovell
47.Stanley House, South FrontPhoto by Frederick J. Sawyer
48.Stanley House, North FrontPhoto by Frederick J. Sawyer
49.Stanley House, Internal Doorway. Measured and drawn by Percy W. Lovell
50.Stanley House, Internal DoorwayPhoto by Edward Yates
51.Stanley House, Drawing RoomPhoto by Frederick J. Sawyer
Stanley House, StaircasePhoto by W. P. Young
52.Cottages, Nos. 55 to 59, Milman's StreetPhoto by W. P. Young
53.The Moravian Burial GroundPhoto by A. H. Blake
54.No. 1, The Valc. From a photograph lent by Mr. Philip Norman.
55.Petyt School, Church StreetPhoto by A. P. Wire
56.Nos. 23 and 24, Lawrence Street. View from Justice Walk. From a photograph lent by Mr. Philip Norman.
57.Monmouth House, Lawrence Street. From water-colour drawing in the Chelsea Public Library.
58.Nos. 8 to 12, Cheyne RowPhoto by A. P. Wire
59.Nos. 14 to 34, Cheyne Row, Plans and Elevations.Measured by T. W. Dowsett
J. S. Hodges.
Drawn by T. E. Legg
60.Cheyne Cottage and No. 16, Cheyne Row.Photograph
61.Cheyne Cottage, Entrance DoorPhoto by Francis R. Taylor
62.Nos. 16 to 34, Cheyne RowPhoto by A. P. Wire.
63.No. 16, Cheyne Row, Stair. Measured and drawn by (J. S.Hodges
T. W. Dowsett
T. E. Legg
64.Carlyle's House, No. 24, Cheyne RowPhoto by W. P. Young
65.No. 30, Cheyne Row, Stair.Measured and drawn by J. S. Hodges
T. W. Dowsett P. W. Lovell
66.No. 32, Cheyne Row, Entrance Door.Photograph.
67.Cheyne Row from the NorthPhoto by A. P. Wire
68.The Cottage, No. 1, Upper Cheyne RowPhoto by H. W. Fincham
69.Cheyne House, Upper Cheyne RowPhoto by F. R. Taylor
70.No. 10, Upper Cheyne RowPhoto by F. R. Taylor
71.Nos. 12 to 16, Upper Cheyne RowPhoto by F. R. Taylor
72.No. 12, Upper Cheyne Row, DoorwayPhoto by F. R. Taylor
73.No. 12, Upper Cheyne Row, Staircase.Two Photographs by F. R. Taylor
74.No. 12, Upper Cheyne Row, Chimneypiece.Photo by F. R. Taylor
75.No. 14, Upper Cheyne Row, Entrance Doorway.Photograph
76.Nos. 12 and 14, Upper Cheyne Row. Two Entrance Doors.Measured and drawn by P. K. Kipps
77.Nos. 12 and 14, Upper Cheyne Row, Plan of No. 14, and details of the two houses.Measured and drawn by P. K. Kipps
78.Cottages in Glebe Place.From a photograph lent by Mr. Philip Norman.
79.Catharine Lodge, Trafalgar Square, StaircasePhoto by H. W. Fincham
80.Trafalgar Square, Wrought-iron GatePhoto by H. W. Fincham
81.Trafalgar Square, Wrought-iron Gate.Measured and drawn by T. Gordon Jackson
82.Nos. 213 to 217, King's RoadPhotograph
83.Nos. 213 and 215, King's RoadPhotograph
84.Argyll House, No. 211, King's Road, Plan.Measured and drawn by W. A. Webb
85.Argyll House, Elevation.Measured and drawn by W. A. Webb
86.Argyll House, Photograph
87.Argyll House, Wrought-iron Gate.Measured and drawn by W. A. Webb
88.Argyll House, Entrance Door.Measured and drawn by W. A. Webb
89.Argyll House, Entrance DoorPhoto by H. W. Fincham
90.Argyll House, Garden FrontPhoto by H. W. Fincham
91.Argyll House, Garden Door.Measured and drawn by W. A. Webb
92.Argyll House, Garden Door.Photo by H. W. Fincham
93.Argyll House, Lead Cistern.Measured and drawn by W. A. Webb
94.Argyll House, Rainwater HeadPhoto by H. W. Fincham
95.Argyll House, Section of House.Measured and drawn by W. A. Webb
96.Argyll House, Staircase, ground floorPhoto by H. W. Fincham
97.Argyll House, Staircase, upper flightPhoto by H. W. Fincham
98.Argyll House, Front Room, ground floor.Photo by H. W. Fincham
99.Argyll House, Chimney Piece, Drawing Room.Measured and drawn by W. A. Webb
100.The "Six Bells," King's RoadFrom a drawing by Philip Norman
101.No. 26, St. Leonard's Terrace, DoorwayPhoto by Francis R. Taylor
102.Box Farm, North Front.From a drawing by Philip Norman
103.Duke of York's School, Archway.From a drawing by E. M. B. Warren
104."Royal Hospital" Public House, Franklin's Row.From a drawing by Philip Norman