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Walter H. Godfrey

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1944

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'List of plates', Survey of London Monograph 15: St Bride's Church, Fleet Street (1944), pp. IX-XI. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=117950 Date accessed: 16 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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LIST OF PLATES

1.Plan of the Ward of Farringdon Without, from Strype's edition of Stow's Survey of London, 1755.
DRAWINGS & ENGRAVINGS
2.Elevation of North side of the Church, 1736. From an engraving by w. h. toms.
3.(a) North elevation, and (b) Plan from seventeenth-century engravings (Pepysian Library).
4.(a) West and (b) East elevations, from the same.
5.Plan and cross-section of the Church from the measured drawings of John Clayton, F. R. I. B. A., 1848–9.
6.North and East elevations and Sections by John Clayton.
7.Elevation of the West Front, including Tower and Spire, and section of Spire from a drawing by Arthur Stratton, F. S. A., F. R. I. B. A.
8.Details of Spire, drawn by John Clayton.
9.Wren's design for Cupola to the Tower. From the Collections of All Souls College, Oxford.
10.Perspective view of the Church from the West showing Fleet Street and St Paul's Cathedral, from a coloured engraving of the drawing by John Douswell, 1753.
11.Pen and ink drawing of the Church with St Paul's Cathedral, by Hanslip Fletcher.
12.Pen and ink drawing of the Tower and Spire from Salisbury Square, by Hanslip Fletcher.
13.The Tower from the North, with Papworth's architectural setting in Fleet Street, from an engraved invitation card, 1827. The view is framed by a drawing of the old internal arrangement of the east end.
14.Engraving of the Church from Fleet Street by Thos. H. Shepherd, from Metropolitan Improvements by James Elmes, 1827.
15.Tower and Spire from Salisbury Square. Photograph by Humphrey and Vera Joel.
16.Church as seen from Salisbury Square (view opened by building operations). Photograph by A. F. Kersting.
17.Exterior from the East (after the raid). Photograph by The London County Council.
18.Exterior from the North-east (after the raid). Photograph by The London County Council.
19.East window (exterior after the raid). Photograph by the Sport And General Press Agency Ltd.
20.Exterior from the North-east (after the raid). Photograph by The London County Council.
21.External Entrance Door (north). Photograph by Francis R. Taylor.
22.North Clerestory and Tower. Photograph by Alfred Newton And Sons.
23.South Aisle and Clerestory, and Tower. Photograph by Sport And General Press Agency Ltd.
24.South Clerestory and Arcade (after the raid). Photograph by Fox Photos Ltd.
25.North Clerestory from Tower. Photograph by Sport And General Press Agency Ltd.
26.Urns on Tower Parapet. Photograph by The Warburg Institute.
27.Steeple Staircase, detail. Photograph by The Warburg Institute.
28.(a) Steeple Staircase, detail. Photograph by The Warburg Institute.
(b) Steeple Staircase, detail. Photograph by The Warburg Institute.
29.Interior, looking East, in 1835. From a lithograph by Edward Noyce.
30.Interior, looking East. Photograph by A. F. Kersting.
31.East End (interior). Photograph by Humphrey And Vera Joel.
32.Interior, general view from the West. Photograph by Humphrey And Vera Joel.
33.Sanctuary. Photograph by Humphrey And Vera Joel.
34.Interior, looking West. Photograph, London Survey Committee.
35.Interior, West End. Photograph lent by the Rev. Prebendary Arthur Taylor.
36.Screen at West End (eastern face). Photograph, London Survey Committee.
37.Vestibule and Screen (western face). Photograph lent by the Rev. Prebendary Arthur Taylor.
38.Base of Tower. Photograph by The Warburg Institute.
39.Base of Tower, domed roof. Photograph by The Warburg Institute.
40.Base of Tower, detail of eye to dome. Photograph by The Warburg Institute.
41.Base of Tower, detail of arch responds, etc. Photograph by The Warburg Institute.
42.Base of Tower, coffering to arch. Photograph by Edward Yates.
43.Entrance from Church to Tower (after the raid). Photograph by Tella Company, Ltd.
FITTINGS
44.Communion Table. Photograph by Humphrey And Vera Joel.
45.Font. Photograph lent by the rev. Prebendary Arthur Taylor.
46.Gallery (North), etc. Photograph by Humphrey And Vera Joel.
47.Plate. Photograph by the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (by permission of H. M. Stationery Office).
48.Plate, Mace. Photograph by the Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (by permission of H. M. Stationery Office).
49.Plate, Almsbox. Photograph by Francis R. Taylor.
50.Pulpit, etc. Photograph by Humphrey And Vera Joel.
51.Reredos and Altar Rails. Photograph by Humphrey And Vera Joel.
52.Sword-rest. Photograph lent by the Rev. Prebendary Arthur Taylor.
53.Vestry. Photograph lent by the Rev. Prebendary Arthur Taylor.
54.Vestry (after the raid, as temporary Chapel). Photograph lent by the Rev. Prebendary Arthur Taylor.
55.Entrance to the Holden Vault. From an engraving by N. Smith, 1795.
56.Iron Grille to the Holden Vault. Photograph by Francis R. Taylor.
THE CHURCH AFTER THE RAID
57.Interior, looking East. Photograph by The National Buildings Record.
58.Interior, looking West. Photograph by The London County Council.
59.South Aisle, East Bays. Photograph by The National Buildings Record.
60.South Aisle, Middle Bays. Photograph by The National Buildings Record.
61.South Aisle, West Bays. Photograph by The National Buildings Record.
62.North Aisle, Middle Bays. Photograph by The National Buildings Record.
63.North Aisle, East Bays. Photograph by The National Buildings Record.
64.(a) Arcade with Concrete Casing. Photograph by Edward Yates.
(b) Arcade with Concrete Casing. Photograph by Edward Yates.
65.Memorial Tablet to Rev. James Palmer in St Margaret's Church, Westminster. Photograph by Walshams lent by Messrs Castle Brothers, Ltd.
Note.Photographs, nos. 57, 59 to 63 taken by Messrs Bedford Lemere for the National Buildings Record.