List of illustrations and epigram

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W. Arthur Webb

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1907

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9-10

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'List of illustrations and epigram', Survey of London Monograph 8: Sandford Manor, Fulham (1907), pp. 9-10. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=117457 Date accessed: 21 August 2014.


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CONTENTS.

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.

Frontispiece—Sandford Manor from the South-east, from a water-colour drawing by - Philip Norman, F.S.A.

Plate No. 1—Sandford Manor, from "Fulham Old and New," by Thomas Faulkner, published in 1813.

Sandford Manor from the West, from a water-colour drawing by - Philip Norman, F.S.A.

Plate No. 2—Plan and elevation of Sandford Manor W. Arthur Webb, A.R.I.B.A.

Plate No. 3—Plans and section of Hall and Staircase Ernest Mann, M.S.A.

Plate No. 4—Details of Staircase - Ernest Mann, M.S.A.

Plate No. 5—Detail of Entrance Door - Percy W. Lovell.

Plate No. 6—Sketch of Hall and Staircase - Edgar Nisbet.

Plate No. 7—Sandford Manor from the North-east A. P. Wire.

Sandford Manor from the West - A. P. Wire.

Plate No. 8—Sandford Manor, panelling in the Hall A. P. Wire.

Sandford Manor, the Staircase - A. P. Wire.

Plate No. 9—Sandford Manor, the Entrance Door - George Trotman.

"Watch an old building with an anxious care; guard it as best you may, and at any cost, from every influence of dilapidation:

Count its stones as you would jewels of a crown; set watches about it as if at the gates of a besieged city; bind it together with iron where it loosens; stay it with timber where it declines; do not care about the unsightliness of the aid: better a crutch than a lost limb; and do this tenderly, and reverently, and continually, and many a generation will still be born and pass away beneath its shadow."

Ruskin—"Seven Lamps."



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