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Survey of London Monograph 1Trinity Hospital, Mile End

C. R. Ashbee (1896)
The architectural history of the Trinity Hospital, or College, built in 1695 by the Trinity Corporation.

Survey of London Monograph 2Saint Mary, Stratford Bow

Osborn C. Hills (1900)
An account of the history and fabric of St Mary, Stratford Bow; the parish church of Stratford Bow from 1719, and before that a chapel of ease in the parish of Stepney.

Survey of London Monograph 3Old Palace, Bromley-by-Bow

Ernest Godman (1901)
A description of the Old Palace of James I, made shortly before its demolition.

Survey of London Monograph 4The Great House, Leyton

Edwin Gunn (1903)
An account of the Great House, built in the early years of the eighteenth century by Sir Fisher Tench.

Survey of London Monograph 5Brooke House, Hackney

Ernest A. Mann (1904)
An account of the manor house of Kingshold, also known as Brooke House, in Hackney.

Survey of London Monograph 6St Dunstan's Church, Stepney

Walter C. Pepys and Ernest Godman (1905)
An account of the history and fabric of the medieval parish church of Stepney.

Survey of London Monograph 7East Acton Manor House

Philip Norman (1921)
An account of this manor house, rebuilt in the late seventeenth or early eighteenth century, and demolished in 1911.

Survey of London Monograph 8Sandford Manor, Fulham

W. Arthur Webb (1907)
An account of the seventeenth century manor house at Sands End, between the King's Road and the Thames.

Survey of London Monograph 9Crosby Place

Philip Norman and W.D. Caroe (1908)
An account of the fifteenth century Hall of Crosby Place, near Bishopsgate Street, now demolished.

Survey of London Monograph 10Morden College, Blackheath

T. Frank Green (1916)
An account of the the college of Sir John Morden, dating from the late seventeenth century.

Survey of London Monograph 11Eastbury Manor House, Barking

[Philip Norman] (1917)
The history and architecture of Eastbury Manor House, between Barking and Dagenham in east London. It dates from perhaps the early sixteenth century.

Survey of London Monograph 12Cromwell House, Highgate

Philip Norman (1926)
The history and architecture of Cromwell House on Highgate Hill, built by Robert Sprignell in the early seventeenth century.

Survey of London Monograph 13Swakeleys, Ickenham

Walter H. Godfrey (1933)
An account of the house built by Edmund Wright, Alderman of London, complete in 1638.

Survey of London Monograph 14The Queen's House, Greenwich

George H. Chettle (1937)
A dscription of the house begun by James I in 1616 for Anne of Denmark, and completed in 1639-40.

Survey of London Monograph 15St Bride's Church, Fleet Street

Walter H. Godfrey (1944)
An account of Christopher Wren's church of St Bride, Fleet Street, prepared as the building lay ruined by enemy action in December 1940.

Survey of London Monograph 16College of Arms, Queen Victoria Street

Walter H. Godfrey with Sir Anthony Wagner (1963)
An account of the College of Arms in Queen Victoria Street, rebuilt after the Great Fire. It also contains biographical lists of all the known officers of arms.

Survey of London Monograph 17County Hall

Hermione Hobhouse (general editor) (1991)
An account of County Hall, home of the London County Council, London's 'Hotel de Ville' and a tangible expression of the metropolitan government of London, opened in 1922.