List of Illustrations

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Philip Temple (editor)

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2008

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'List of Illustrations', Survey of London: volume 47: Northern Clerkenwell and Pentonville (2008), pp. XI-XXI. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=119433 Date accessed: 27 August 2014.


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BALBritish Architectural Library, Royal Institute of British Architects
CromwellThomas Cromwell, History and Description of the Parish of Clerkenwell, 1828
EHEnglish Heritage
GLGuildhall Library, Corporation of London
IBCIslington Borough Council Building Control and Planning Department files
ILHCIslington Local History Centre, Finsbury Library (London Borough of Islington Library and Cultural Services)
LMALondon Metropolitan Archives, Corporation of London
MLOSJMuseum and Library of the Order of St John, St John's Gate
NMRNational Monuments Record, English Heritage
OSOrdnance Survey
PinksWilliam J. Pinks, The History of Clerkenwell, 2nd edn, 1880
RCHMERoyal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England

Frontispiece. Rope-dancing at Sadler's Wells Theatre, 1790s. Nineteenth-century watercolour by C. H. Matthews in LMA (SC/PZ/FI/ 02/ 038), based on an engraving of 1794 by Anthony Van Assen

1. Northern Clerkenwell and Pentonville, showing chapter divisions. Based on the modern OS

2. Pleasure gardens, spas, inns and taverns before 1800. Based on the modern OS

3. Principal landholdings and owners in Clerkenwell, 1800. Based on the modern OS

4. Clerkenwell house plans, 1690s to 1840. Various sources

5. Clerkenwell's social housing, 1860–1990. Based on the modern OS

6. Mount Pleasant and Rosebery Avenue area. Based on the modern OS

7. Former Baynes—Warner or Jervoise estate, 1870s. Based on the OS of 1871–4

8. Cold Bath, 1731. From a print in ILHC

9. Coldbath Square, c. 1808. Based on Thomas Hornor's ms map of Clerkenwell, in ILHC

10. Cold Bath handbill, 1873. Courtesy ILHC

11. Cobham Row and Cold Bath Square. Watercolour of 1887 by J. P. Emslie in GL Print Room (p5371296)

12. Little Warner Street. Undated anonymous pencil sketch in LMA (SC/PZ/FI/01/070)

13. Red Lion Yard. From The Builder, 30 Sept 1865, p. 689

14. Clerkenwell Workhouse, 1882. Anonymous pencil drawing in ILHC

15. Clerkenwell Workhouse, 1870s. Based on OS of 1871–4

16. Italian procession, Farringdon Road, 1933. Camden Local Studies & Archive Centre photograph (034444), copied from original in possession of Miss Eileen Nicholls

17. Italian family, Caroline Place, c. 1900. From Finsbury Borough Council, Reports on the Housing Question in Finsbury, 1901/1929, in ILHC

18. Coach and Horses, Ray Street, 2006. EH photograph (DP040867)

19. Nos 47–57 Mount Pleasant, 1947. LMA photograph (F3907)

20. Nos 55 and 57 Mount Pleasant, first-floor plans. Measured drawing (2004)

21. Mount Pleasant, 1879. Watercolour by J. P. Emslie in LMA (SC/PZ/SP/01/600)

22. Apple Tree, Mount Pleasant, 2006. EH photograph (DP040867)

23. Warner House, Warner Street, 2006. EH photograph (DP040971)

24. Warner House, Warner Street, interior. Photograph courtesy of Warner Lofts Ltd

25. Nos 31–37 Eyre Street Hill, 2006. EH photograph (DP040872)

26. Back Hill Sub-station, 2006. EH photograph (DP040863)

27. Foundry, No. 6 Mount Pleasant, 1965. Photograph in the possession of EH (GLC 65/5636)

28. Smallpox Hospital, Coldbath Fields. Elevation and plans, courtesy GL Print Room (p536961x)

29. Former Smallpox Hospital, Coldbath Fields, 1823. Coloured drawing in ILHC, attributed to C. Barrow

30. Coldbath Fields prison, c. 1810. Anonymous pen, ink and wash view in GL Print Room (q6074181)

31. Middlesex House of Correction, first-floor plan, 1788. Redrawn from plans in LMA (MA/G/CBF30)

32. Coldbath Fields prison, 1885. Courtesy ILHC

33. Treadwheel, Coldbath Fields prison. From Henry Mayhew and John Binny, The Criminal Prisons of London, 1862, between pp. 306–7

34. Former Prison Gateway, c. 1900. NMR photograph (AA021512)

35. Mail-van park, Mount Pleasant, 2002. Extract from NMR photograph (21447/11)

36. Mount Pleasant Sorting Office, plan. Based on the OS of 1894–6

37. Mount Pleasant, 1919. British Postal Museum & Archive photograph

38. Mount Pleasant Sorting Office, Parcel Office plans. Based on plans in the National Archives (WORK 30/6410–11)

39, 40. General sorting and American mail arriving, Mount Pleasant, c. 1900. 'Panoramacards' of c. 1900 in British Postal Museum & Archive

41. Mount Pleasant, Parcel Office, c. 1910. British Postal Museum & Archive photograph

42, 43. Mount Pleasant, Parcel Office, 1943. LMA photographs (F1636, F1802)

44. Letter Sorting Office, c. 1926. British Postal Museum & Archive photograph (P10069)

45. Mount Pleasant public stamp office, 1937. Herbert Felton photograph in NMR (CC47/00088)

46. 'Mail Rail' workshop, Mount Pleasant, 1954. British Postal Museum & Archive photograph (7814)

47. Exmouth Market area. Based on the modern OS

48. London Spaw and Dog and Duck, 1665. View by Wenceslaus Hollar in LMA (SC/PZ/FI/01/245)

49. London Spaw, 1731. Anonymous engraving in LMA (SC/PZ/FI/ 01/ 237)

50. Exmouth Market area, 1740s. Extract from Rocque's map of 1746

51. London Spa. Watercolour of 1897 by J. P. Emslie in LMA (SC/PZ/FI/01/248)

52. Spa Fields Pantheon. Engraving of 1783 by Thomas Thornton, after William Hamilton, courtesy GL Print Room (p5442613)

53. Spa Fields Pantheon, interior. Sectional drawing of 1886 by J. P. Emslie in LMA (SC/PZ/FI/01/089)

54. Spa Fields Pantheon, plan, detail. Watercolour of 1886 by J. Drayton Wyatt in LMA (SC/PZ/FI/ 01/ 078)

55. Spa Fields Chapel. Watercolour of 1886 by John Crowther in GL Print Room (p5443452)

56. Exmouth Market area. Extract from Thomas Hornor's Plan of the Parish of Clerkenwell, 1813, courtesy GL Print Room (k1265031)

57. Spa Fields Burial Ground. From Pictorial Times, 29 March 1845, courtesy ILHC

58. Exmouth Market area. Based on the OS of 1894–6

59. Spa Fields Play Ground, c. 1890. From Isabella Holmes, The London Burial Grounds, 1896, courtesy ILHC

60. Nos 12–22 Exmouth Market, 1931. From Holy Redeemer Herald, Jan 1931, courtesy ILHC

61. Bench, Exmouth Market. Measured drawing by Helen Jones (2006)

62. Pluto Hot Water lamp opening ceremony, 1899. ILHC photograph

63. Exmouth Market, 1968. Photograph by Joe Bulaitis in ILHC

64. No. 46 Exmouth Market. Reconstructed first-floor plan based on survey of 1999 by Carden and Godfrey Architects in IBC

65. Nos 56 and 58 Exmouth Market. Reconstructed first-floor plan based on measured survey (2006)

66. Former London Spa, 2006. EH photograph (DP042131)

67. Nos 34–56 Exmouth Market, 2006. EH photograph (DP048890)

68. Exmouth Arms, 2006. EH photograph (DP048894)

69. Nos 41–61 Exmouth Market, 2006. EH photograph (DP040889)

70. Holy Redeemer Church. Elevation by Helen Jones based on measured survey (2005)

71. Holy Redeemer Church. Perspective view by Gerald Horsley from A Memorial of the late J. D. Sedding: being illustrations from some of his works, 1892, plate 22

72. Holy Redeemer Church. Engraving in Illustrated London News, 3 Nov 1888, p. 514

73, 74. Holy Redeemer Church, interior views, 1994. RCHME photographs (BB94/11279, BB94/11276) in NMR

75. Holy Redeemer Church. Ground plan based on measured survey (2005)

76. Holy Redeemer Church, 2004. EH photograph (AA056280)

77. Holy Redeemer Church, interior, 2007. EH photograph (DP021284)

78. Holy Redeemer Church, rear, 2007. EH photograph (DP021279)

79. Nos 47–57 Northampton Road, 1956. LMA photograph (56/2702)

80. Backs of Nos 35–65 Northampton Road, c. 1938. BAL, Photographs Collection (Lubetkin Collection, 5037, Avery 34377)

81, 82. Former Temple Press printing works. From A. C. Armstrong, Bouverie Street to Bowling Green Lane, 1946, Plates XLVI, L, courtesy LMA

83. Nos 2–14 Pine Street, 1962. LMA photograph (AV62/1641)

84. Catherine Griffiths Court, Pine Street, 2007. EH photograph (DP047128)

85. Finsbury Maternity and Child Welfare Centre, Pine Street, 2006. EH photograph (DP048891)

86. Finsbury Health Centre. Axonometric drawing based on plans by Tecton in BAL, Drawings Collection (DR 140/1)

87. Finsbury Health Centre, 1938. Photograph by John Maltby in BAL, Photographs Collection (RIBA 4823)

88. Finsbury Health Centre, 1938. Dell & Wainwright photograph in BAL, Photographs Collection (5037/41)

89–91. Finsbury Health Centre, interiors, 1938–9. Photographs by Dell & Wainwright and John Maltby in BAL, Photographs Collection (5037/43, 5037/48, 5037/72a)

92. Finsbury Health Centre, 1939. Herbert Felton photograph in NMRC (CC80/586)

93. Finsbury Health Centre. Tecton drawing from Architectural Review, Jan 1939, p. 21

94. Finsbury Health Centre, Abram Games poster. Wartime poster by Abram Games, courtesy Estate of Abram Games

95. Spa Green to Skinner Street area. Based on the modern OS

96. New Tunbridge Wells, 1735. Engraving by George Bickham Junior titled The Charms of Dishabille, or New Tunbridge Wells in LMA (SC/PZ/FI/02/006)

97. New Tunbridge Wells, 1743. Extract from William Gardiner's survey of the New River Company Estate in LMA (Acc/1953/C/1339)

98. New Tunbridge Wells, 1730. Ink drawing attributed to Bernard Lens in Museum of London (53.30/2)

99. New Tunbridge Wells area, 1807. Extract from map in Gloucestershire Archives (D3549/38/3/2, p. 27)

100. Lloyd's Row, early 20th century. Gloucestershire Archives photograph (D3549, 38/6/6)

101. Spa Green and Myddelton Street area, 1870s. Based on the OS of 1871–4

102. Deacon's Music Hall. Sectional drawings of 1883 in LMA (GLC/AR/BR/14/29)

103. Myddelton Street, 1906. Postcard in ILHC

104. Nos 1–26 Myddelton Street, 1963. LMA photograph (63/1035)

105. Nos 27–37 Myddelton Street, 1976. LMA photograph (76/ 13299)

106. Myddelton House. Engraving of c. 1862 by G. W. Dixie in ILHC (L1. 7)

107. Skinner Street area. Based on the OS of 1871–4

108. Whiskin Street, 1959. LMA photograph (59/1626)

109. Nos 13–23 Gloucester Way, 1959. LMA photograph (59/1633)

110. Northampton Buildings, 1971. LMA photograph (71/5548)

111. Finsbury Library. Engraving of 1889 drawn by A. C. Forrester, in GL Print Room

112. Finsbury Library. ILHC photograph

113. Finsbury Library, interior, 1954. ILHC photograph

114, 115. Sadler Street clearance area. Block plans based on OS of 1938

116. Spa Green Estate, Sadler House plans. Based on plans in Architectural Review, March 1951, p. 144

117. Spa Green Estate, 1952. Aerofilms photograph (A44334/52) in NMR

118. Spa Green Estate. Re-arranged group of drawings from Margaret and Alexander Potter, Houses, 1948, pp. 44–5

119. Spa Green Estate, Sadler House, west front, 2004. EH photograph (AA056278)

120. Spa Green Estate, c. 1950. Photograph by Wainwright in BAL, Photographs Collection (5059/14)

121. Wells House, 1950. NMR photograph (D/49039)

122. Spa Green Estate, Tunbridge House box frame, c. 1951. From Architectural Review, March 1951, p. 147, courtesy BAL

123. Spa Green Estate, Sadler House, 1950. NMR photograph (D/49042)

124. Spa Green Estate, Sadler House, east front, 2004. EH photograph (AA056279)

125. Finsbury Estate, Michael Cliffe House, 1968. From London Borough of Islington ceremonial booklet in ILHC

126, 127. Finsbury Estate, Michael Cliffe House and Joseph Trotter Close, 2006. EH photographs (DP040808, DP048900)

128. Finsbury Library, 1994. RCHME photograph (BB94/11316) in NMR

129. Finsbury Library interior, 1967. ILHC photograph

130. Hugh Myddelton Primary School, 1994. RCHME photograph (BB94/11327) in NMR

131. Rosebery Hall Annexe, Myddelton Street, 2005. EH photograph (AA056187)

132, 133. Rosebery Avenue, 2007. EH photographs (DP022008, DP022023)

134. Rosebery Avenue looking north, c. 1910. Postcard in ILHC

135, 136. Rosebery Avenue. Based on the modern OS

137. 'Banksy' graffiti, 2006. EH photograph (DP049183)

138, 139. Rosebery Avenue under construction, 1891–2. ILHC photographs

140. Warner Street Bridge, 2007. EH photograph (DP021991)

141. Rosebery Avenue viaduct and Warner Street bridge. Elevation, plan, section and details of ironwork by Helen Jones, based on plans of 1889 in LMA (LCC/CE/RB/03/ 40)

142. Nos 2–4 Rosebery Avenue, 1945. LMA photograph (F2877)

143. Rosebery Square, c. 1910. Postcard in ILHC

144. Rosebery Square West, 2007. EH photograph (DP021993)

145, 146. Braunton Mansions, Rosebery Avenue, details, 2007. EH photographs (DP021996, DP022000)

147. Barnstaple and Bideford Mansions, Rosebery Avenue. Elevation in LMA (LCC/VA/DD/R121)

148. Nos 56–60 Rosebery Avenue, 2007. EH photograph (DP022015)

149. Nos 49–67 Rosebery Avenue, iron shopfront. Based on site survey and plans of 1885 by F. J. Chambers in British Library Patent Office Library (Patent no. 13143)

150. No. 151 Rosebery Avenue, 2007. EH photograph (DP041985)

151. Clerkenwell Vestry Hall, c. 1890. ILHC photograph

152. Finsbury Town Hall, c. 1895 Photograph by H. W. Fincham in ILHC

153. Finsbury Town Hall, 1894. Print in ILHC

154. Finsbury Town Hall, Rosebery Avenue, plans. Based on plans in ILHC and the OS of 1871–4 and 1894–6

155–157. Finsbury Town Hall interiors, 1993. RCHME photographs (BB93/20858, BB93/20852, BB 93/20863) in NMR

158. Finsbury Town Hall entrance hall, c. 1920. ILHC photograph

159. Finsbury Town Hall, Garnault Place elevation, 2005. EH photograph (AA056169)

160. Finsbury Town Hall extension. Watercolour perspective by C. Evans-Vaughan, 1897, from The Builder, 14 Jan 1899

161. Finsbury Town Hall, 2007. EH photograph (DP047137)

162. Finsbury Town Hall, Minor Hall, 1920s. ILHC photograph

163. Gray's Inn Buildings, 2007. EH photograph (DP021985)

164. Nos 62–68 Rosebery Avenue, 2007. EH photograph (DP022017)

165. Nos 99–119 Rosebery Avenue, 2007. EH photograph (DP022026)

166. Nos 20–26 Rosebery Avenue, 2007. EH photograph (DP021989)

167. No. 5 Rosebery Avenue, 2007. EH photograph (DP021990)

168. Nos 10–12 Rosebery Avenue, 2007. EH photograph (DP021986)

169. Nos 72–82 Rosebery Avenue, 2007. EH photograph (DP022018)

170. No. 70 Rosebery Avenue. Elevation in LMA (LCC/VA/DD/R615)

171. Nos 38–42 Rosebery Avenue, c. 1910. LMA photograph (2886c)

172–174. Clerkenwell Fire Station, in 1913, 1907 and 1921. LMA photographs (5148c, 82/3492, 81/10363)

175. Spa Green Gardens, 1950s. ILHC photograph

176. War memorial, Spa Green Gardens, 1994. RCHME photograph (BB94/11328) in NMR

177. Sadler's Wells Theatre, 2007. EH photograph (DP041914)

178. Sadler's Wells site plans. Various sources

179. New River Head waterhouse, 1665. Engraving by Wenceslaus Hollar in LMA (SC/PZ/F1/01/246)

180. Sadler's Wells, 1730. From a series of prospects by Bernard Lens senior, 1730 and 1731, courtesy British Museum Prints and Drawings (1853–4–9–44)

181. North view of Sadler's Wells, 1731. Anonymous engraving in ILHC

182. Sadler's Wells. View by Thomas Kitchin, accompanying 'A New Song on Sadler's Wells' in J. Newbery, The Universal Harmony, or Gentleman and Ladie's [sic] Social Companion, 1743, courtesy Bodleian Library

183. Sadler's Wells, mid-eighteenth century. Nineteenth-century copies of earlier plan and view in Museum of London

184. Sadler's Wells, 1791. Print in Theatre Museum Archive © V & A Images

185. Aquatic theatre, Sadler's Wells, c. 1807. Copy of an aquatint by A. C. Pugin and Thomas Rowlandson for Ackermann's The Microcosm of London (1808–10), courtesy ILHC

186. Sadler's Wells racecourse, 1806. Engraving in ILHC

187. Sadler's Wells, 1813. Coloured engraving in ILHC

188. Aquatic theatre, early 1800s. Based on reconstructed plan by Allan S. Jackson, 1962

189. Scene dock, Arlington Street, c. 1880. Engraving in possession of Sadler's Wells Theatre Trust

190. Sadler's Wells, c. 1830. Watercolour in NMR (Mayson Beeton collection 653 SAD SW 1824)

191. Total abstainers' meeting at Sadler's Wells Theatre, 1854. Engraving from a drawing by George Cruikshank in Illustrated London News, 20 May 1854, p. 465

192. Sadler's Wells Theatre, plan, 1880s. Based on plans in LMA (GLC/AR/BR/07/0293)

193. Sadler's Wells Theatre, auditorium, 1879. From the London Journal, 22 Nov 1879, p. 328, courtesy Bodleian Library

194, 195. Sadler's Wells Theatre rebuilding scheme, c. 1892. Elevation and plan by A. H. Mackmurdo in William Morris Gallery, London Borough of Walthamstow (refs A141, A150)

196. Sadler's Wells Theatre, 1910. Postcard in ILHC

197. Sadler's Wells 'little housewives', c. 1923. ILHC photograph

198. Sadler's Wells Theatre, c. 1923. Theatre Museum Archive photograph © V & A Images

199. Sadler's Wells Theatre, plan, 1931. Based on plans published in the Architect & Building News, 9 Jan 1931, pp. 56–7

200. Sadler's Wells Theatre, 1931. ILHC photograph

201. Sadler's Wells Theatre, auditorium, 1993. RCHME photograph (BB95/813) in NMR

202. Fundraising flyer for Sadler's Wells Theatre extension, 1938. Theatre Museum Archive © V & A Images

203. 'Sadler's Wells in the 90's. An impression by Peter Rice'. Sadler's Wells appeal brochure c. 1983 in Theatre Museum Archive © V & A Images

204. RHWL scheme for Sadler's Wells, 1995. From a drawing kindly provided by RHWL

205. Sadler's Wells Theatre, ground plan, 1990s. Based on plans kindly supplied by RHWL

206, 207. Sadler's Wells Theatre, foyer staircase and auditorium, 2007. EH photographs (DP041916, DP041942)

208. London from Islington Hill, c. 1740. Engraving by Thomas Bowles in GL Print Room (p7496470)

209. New River Head, c. 1910. LMA photograph (Acc/ 2558/MW/C/ 36/8/5)

210. New River Head, 1743. From a survey of the New River Company Estate by William Gardiner in LMA (Acc/ 1953/C/ 1339)

211. New River Head, c. 1874. Based on the OS of 1871–4

212. New River Head, 2005. Based on the modern OS

213. Round Pond, revetment, c. 1914. LMA photograph (Acc/2558/MW/C/14/ 189)

214. Round Pond, wharfing and revetment, 2005. EH photograph (DP048841)

215. New River Head, 1665. Engraving by Wenceslaus Hollar in NMR (Mayson Beeton Collection, 65B NEW/ 1665[b]S)

216. Water House and windmill, 1730–1. From a series of prospects by Bernard Lens senior, 1730 and 1731, courtesy British Museum Prints and Drawings (1853– 4–9–49)

217. Water House, 1824. Engraving by J. & H. Storer in NMR (Mayson Beeton Collection, 65B NEW/ 1820c)

218. Water House and Round Pond, 1730–1. From a series of prospects by Bernard Lens senior, 1730 and 1731, courtesy British Museum Prints and Drawings (1853–4–9–42)

219. New River Head engine house, c. 1780. Engraving by Benjamin Green in NMR (Mayson Beeton Collection, 65B NEW/1790 S)

220. New River Head engine house, section. From John Smeaton's engineering drawings (iii, 12v) in the Royal Society Library

221, 222. New River Head engine house, Plans and elevations by Helen Jones based on Smeaton's engineering drawings (Royal Society Library), Boulton & Watt drawings (Birmingham City Archives) and measured survey (2005)

223. New River Head engine house, early 1900s. LMA photograph

224. New River Head engine house, 2005. EH photograph (DP048843)

225. Metropolitan Water Board Offices, plans. Based on plans in Architectural Review, Aug 1911, pp. 105–6; July 1920, p. 9; and Architectural Association Sketch Book, 3rd series, vol. II

226. Proposed Metropolitan Water Board Offices, 1915. From Academy Architecture, 1915, p. 12

227. Metropolitan Water Board Offices, Board Room, c. 1921. Photograph by Bedford Lemere in NMR (BL 25413)

228. Metropolitan Water Board Offices, Rental Ledger Hall, 1937. LMA photograph (Acc/2558/MW/C/14/ 195)

229. Oak Room chimneypiece, 2005. EH photograph (DP048829)

230. Former Metropolitan Water Board Offices, 2006. EH photograph (DP049155)

231, 232. Oak Room ceiling, 2005. EH photographs (DP048825, DP048828)

233. Water- Testing Laboratory, New River Head, c. 1938. Herbert Felton photograph in NMR (BB83/ 4454)

234. Former Water-Testing Laboratory, 2005. EH photograph (DP048836)

235. Water- Testing Laboratory, staircase, 1990. EH photograph (J900375)

236. Water- Testing Laboratory, plan. Based on plans in the Architect & Building News, 28 Oct 1938, p. 62

237. Former New River estate, 2001. EH photograph (21447/ 07)

238. New River estate. Based on the modern OS

239. New River Company lands, 1743. Survey by Henry Mill in LMA (Acc/1953/C/1339)

240. George Cruikshank, 'London Going Out of Town, or, the March of Bricks and Mortar', 1829, courtesy GL Print Room

241. Amwell Street and Myddelton Square area. Based on the modern OS

242. Claremont Square, c. 1850. Watercolour from an extra-illustrated copy of Cromwell in the Museum & Library of the Order of St John

243. Claremont Square reservoir, 1855. From the Illustrated London News, 22 Nov 1856, p. 522

244. Claremont Square reservoir, 2000. EH photograph (F3030001)

245. No. 16 Claremont Square, first-floor plan and details. Based on measured survey (2006)

246. Nos 2–17 Claremont Square, 2005. EH photograph (AA056185)

247. Nos 13–17 Claremont Square, 2005. EH photograph (AA056186)

248. Nos 18–31 Claremont Square, 1945. LMA photograph (F2461)

249. Nos 27–29 Claremont Square, reconstructed ground-floor plan. Based on lease plan in LMA (Acc/ 1953/C/867)

250. No. 42 Claremont Square, 1983. LMA photograph (83/2873)

251. Nos 63–75 Pentonville Road and No. 44 Claremont Square, 2005. EH photograph (DP048864)

252. No. 49 Pentonville Road. Elevation by Helen Jones based on measured survey (2005)

253. Amwell Street, 1906. Postcard in ILHC

254. Nos 57–65 Amwell Street, 2007. EH photograph (DP041886)

255. Nos 56–64 Amwell Street, 2005. EH photograph (AA056209)

256. No. 54 (now 42) Amwell Street, c. 1830. Trade card in Victoria & Albert Museum (Cruikshank bequest 9457. 48)

257. No. 42 Amwell Street, 2007. EH photograph (DP041890)

258. Lloyd's Dairy, No. 42 Amwell Street, 1994. RCHME photograph (BB94/11380) in NMR

259. Clerkenwell Parochial Church of England Primary School, 1943. NMR photograph (BB43/803)

260. Myddelton Square, west side, 1939. Photograph © Country Life

261. Myddelton Square, north side, 1906. Postcard in ILHC

262. Myddelton Square, south side, 2005. EH photograph (AA056181)

263. Nos 2, 20, 30 and 54–57 Myddelton Square. Reconstructed ground-floor plans based on plans in LMA (Acc/1953/C/900; Acc/1953/C/1131; AR/BR/22/34912) and measured survey (2005)

264. Nos 18–21 Myddelton Square. Reconstructed elevation and detail by Helen Jones based on measured survey (2005)

265. St Mark, Myddelton Square, 1963. NMR photograph (BB73/1530)

266. St Mark, Myddelton Square, 1966. G. Barnes photograph in NMR (AA014252)

267. St Mark, Myddelton Square, ground plan, c. 1962. Based on a drawing by H. Norman Haines

268. St Mark, Myddelton Square, interior. NMR photograph (OP04482)

269. St Mark, Myddelton Square, interior, 2005. EH photograph (AA056155)

270, 271. Views to Myddelton Square from Chadwell Street and Inglebert Street, 1906. Postcards in ILHC

272. Angel Baptist Church, Chadwell Street, 1991. RCHME photograph (BB91/20630) in NMR

273. Claremont Close, 2005. EH photograph (AA056174)

274. Nos 23–28 Arlington Way. Reconstructed groundfloor plans based on lease plans in LMA (Acc/1953/C/853, 856)

275. Nos 18–27 Arlington Way, 2005. EH photograph (AA056165)

276. Arlington House, Arlington Way, 2005. EH photograph (AA056167)

277. Police graffiti, Myddelton Passage, 2005. EH photograph (DP048874)

278. Percy Circus and Bevin Court area, 2001. NMR photograph (21447/05)

279. Percy Circus and Bevin Court area. Based on the modern OS

280. Percy Circus and Holford Square area, c. 1874. Based on the OS of 1871–4

281. London Gymnastic Society Gymnasium, 1826. Engraving by George Tytler in LMA (SC/PZ/FI/02/042)

282. Great Percy Street, 1906. Postcard in ILHC

283. Nos 19–39 Great Percy Street, 2005. EH photograph (AA056206)

284. Great Percy Street, north side, 1939. Photograph © Country Life

285. Amwell Cottage, No. 69 Great Percy Street, 1933. Surveyed and drawn for the Architect & Building News, supplement, 5 May 1933

286. Nos 66–72 Great Percy Street, 2007. EH photograph (DP048877)

287. Percy Arms public house, 2005. EH photograph (AA056202)

288. Percy Arms public house, No. 26 Great Percy Street. From J. Weale, Examples, 1857, courtesy BAL

289. Nos 18 and 20 Great Percy Street. Reconstructed elevation and plan by Helen Jones based on measured survey (2006) and plans in LMA (Acc/ 1953/C/ 925–6)

290. Nos 1–13 Great Percy Street, 1906. Postcard in ILHC

291. Nos 19–27 Percy Circus, 1939. Photograph © Country Life

292. Nos 16–18 Percy Circus, 1965. LMA photograph (65/7782)

293. Nos 4–15 Percy Circus, 1937. LMA photograph (B5824)

294. Nos 4–15 Percy Circus. Reconstructed perspective view by Helen Jones, based on measured survey (2006)

295. Nos 1–3 Percy Circus. Reconstructed ground-floor plans based on plans in LMA (Acc/1953/C/919)

296. Nos 16–20 Percy Circus, 2005. EH photograph (AA056201)

297. Nos 22–25 Cruikshank Street, 1994. RCHME photograph (BB94/11322) in NMR

298. Holford Square, 1937. LMA photograph (BF 628)

299. Nos 35–43 Holford Square, 1939. Photograph © Country Life

300. Commemorative tablet, No. 30 Holford Square, 1942. LMA photograph (51/1354c)

301. Lenin Memorial, Holford Square, 1942. From Architects' Journal, 25 June 1942, courtesy ILHC

302, 303. Holford Square redevelopment models, c. 1946 and c. 1947–8. BAL, Photographs Collection (5068/15, 5068/25)

304. Bevin Court, plans of upper floors. Based on plans published in Architectural Review, Feb 1955, p. 88

305–309. Bevin Court, 2006–7. EH photographs (DP021936, DP042140, DP042047, DP041879, DP041884)

310. Holford House, 2007. EH photograph (DP041876)

311. Bevin Court, staircase, c. 1952. NMR photograph (BB93/5185)

312. Bevin Court, base of stair, 2007. EH photograph (DP041877)

313. Bevin Court, view up staircase, 2005. EH photograph (AA056198)

314. Spa Fields, 1790s. Watercolour by C. H. Matthews in LMA (SC/PZ/F1/01/294)

315. Wilmington Square area. Based on the modern OS

316. Wilmington Square area, c. 1874. Redrawn from the OS of 1871–4

317. Spa Fields meeting, 10 February 1817. Engraving by George Cruikshank, 'The Spa fields Orator HUNT-ing for Popularity to DO-GOOD!!', 1 March 1817, in British Museum (Prints & Drawings, Political Satires 12869)

318. Nos 25–37 Wilmington Square, 1945. LMA photograph (81/ 13112)

319. Nos 1–12 Wilmington Square, 1945. LMA photograph (81/ 13113)

320. Nos 16–21 Wilmington Square, 2006. EH photograph (DP048901)

321. Nos 25–37 Wilmington Square, 2006. EH photograph (DP048903)

322. Nos 1–12 Wilmington Square. Elevation by Gemma Bryant and Andrew Donald based on measured survey (2007)

323. No. 15 Yardley Street, 2007. EH photograph (DPo41892)

324. No. 12 Wilmington Square. Reconstructed plans based on Northampton Estate plans in LMA (GLC/AR/BR/ 27/ 076783)

325. Wilmington Square shelter. ILHC photograph

326. Nos 3–13 Amwell Street, 2006. EH photograph (DP048912)

327. SS Peter & Paul's RC Church, interior, 1990. RCHME photograph (BB91/18205) in NMR

328. Charles Rowan House, 2006. EH photograph (DP048897)

329, 330. Charles Rowan House, elevations and plan, 1927. From design drawings in TNA (MEPO 9/ 213/ 3,9)

331. Merlin Street Public Baths, elevation and plans, 1931. Drawing by Mike Clements based on plans in LMA (GLC/AR/BR/07/3396)

332. Merlin Street Public Baths, 1933. From opening booklet in ILHC

333. Merlin Street Public Baths, swimming pool, 1933. From opening booklet in ILHC

334. Nos 1–7 Easton Street, 1994. RCHME photograph (BB94/11323) in NMR

335. The Easton, No. 22 Easton Street, 2006. EH photograph (DP048896)

336. Nos 50–57 St Helena Place, 1912. LMA photograph (4828c)

337. Nos 1–7 William Street, 1912. LMA photograph (4826c)

338. Finsbury School of Art, c. 1860. Engraving by G. E. Sargent and R. De Wilde in ILHC

339. Spring House, Margery Street Estate, c. 1931. ILHC photograph

340. Greenaway House, Margery Street Estate, 1932. ILHC photograph

341. Riceyman House, Margery Street Estate, 2006. EH photograph (DP042129)

342. Bagnigge House and St Philip House, Margery Street Estate, plans, 1931. Based on plans in LMA (GLC/AR/BR/ 06/ 007463)

343. Earlom House, Margery Street Estate, 2006. EH photograph (DP048910)

344, 345. Ann Street School (later Insurance House), in 1938 and 1939. From London Insurance Committee souvenir booklet in LMA (P 36.63 LON)

346. Lloyd Square and Granville Square area. Based on the modern OS

347. Former Lloyd Baker estate, 2001. NMR photograph (21447/04)

348. Lloyd Baker estate, 1843. Based on a map in Gloucestershire Archives (D3549, 38/6/8)

349. Proposed houses on the Lloyd Baker estate. Elevation, probably by W. J. Booth, 1819, from a lost original formerly in the Lloyd Baker Estate Office, reproduced in Country Life, 28 Jan 1939, p. 90

350. Nos 21 and 22 Lloyd Square, 2006. EH photograph (DP048885)

351. Lloyd Baker estate, typical elevations, plans and detail. Measured drawings by Helen Jones, based on surveys of No. 5 Cumberland Gardens, No. 34 Lloyd Baker Street and No. 7 Lloyd Square (2006)

352, 353. Lloyd-Baker Street, 2006: Nos 30–42 and Nos 34–35. EH photographs (DP042014, DP042006)

354. Nos 19–23 Lloyd-Baker Street, 2007. EH photograph (DP048886)

355. Lloyd Square, 2006. EH photograph (DP021942)

356. Nos 9–10 Lloyd Square, 2006. EH photograph (DP042124)

357. Lloyd Square, north side, 2006. EH photograph (DP021957)

358. Bethany House (former House of Retreat), Lloyd Square, 1998. RCHME photograph (BB98/02701) in NMR

359. House of Retreat, Lloyd Square, plan. Based on plans in the Building News, 5 Jan 1883, and LMA (GLC/AR/BR/ 17 / 093756)

360. House of Retreat, temporary chapel. Perspective by Ernest Newton, c.1884, in BAL, Drawings Collection (PB 463/4[2])

361, 362. House of Retreat. Sketches by T. Raffles Davison, 1896, in BAL, Drawings Collection (RAN 13/A/ 2/ 4–5)

363. House of Retreat, interior. Undated photograph in possession of Survey of London

364. Lloyd Street, c. 1933. From a supplement to the Architect & Building News, 7 April 1933

365. No. 11 Lloyd Street, 2006. EH photograph (DP042121)

366. Cable House, 2006. EH photograph (DP042116)

367. Wharton Street, north side. Strip elevation and plans by Andrew Donald and Gemma Bryant based on measured survey (2006) and plans in NMR and IBC

368. Nos 28–33 Wharton Street, 2006. EH photograph (DP048872)

369. Wharton Street, 2006. EH photograph (DP048869)

370. Spa Fields Church, Wharton Street. Perspective of original scheme by Lander and Bedells from W. F. Willcocks, Spa Fields Chapel, 1886, p. 71

371, 372. Spa Fields Church. Photographs in possession of Mrs Jane Wainwright

373. Archery Fields House, Wharton Street, 2006. EH photograph (DP048887)

374. Cumberland Gardens, 1938. Photograph © Country Life

375. Lloyd Square, 1937. Photograph in the possession of EH (LCC B5828)

376. Granville Square, 1943. Photograph in possession of EH (LCC 71407)

377. Nos 1–6 Cumberland Gardens, 1998. RCHME photograph (BB98/02698) in NMR

378. No. 7 Prideaux Place, 2007. EH photograph (DP048888)

379. Granville Square, north side, 2006. EH photograph (DP042026)

380. No. 10 Granville Square, door, 2007. EH photograph (DP048889)

381. Granville Square, north side, 2006. EH photograph (DP042029)

382, 383. St Philip's, Granville Square, c.1900. Undated postcard and photograph in possession of Church of Our Most Holy Redeemer, Exmouth Market

384. St Philip's, Granville Square. Plan by R. J. Withers, 1871, in Lambeth Palace Library (ICBS file 07076)

385. King's Cross Road and Penton Rise Area. Based on the modern OS

386. Bagnigge Place. Nineteenth-century watercolour in LMA (SC/PZ/SP/01/599)

387. The Penton 'triangle', 1870s. Based on the OS of 1871–4

388–390. Penton Rise, 1940s and 50s. Photographs in possession of EH (Walter Curtin ref 266/9, LCC F2157, LCC 266/11)

391. Weston Rise, 1943. NMR photograph (BB43/02475)

392. King's Terrace, 1844. Print in LMA (SC/PZ/SP/01/581)

393. Nos 46–48 King's Cross Road, 1952. LMA photograph (X52/939)

394. Macreadys offices & warehouse, Penton Rise. Elevation by Gemma Bryant, based on elevation in LMA (GLC/AR/BR/17/028175)

395. Union Tavern, c.1850. Watercolour by C. H. Matthews in LMA (SC/PZ/FI/01/267)

396. Union Tavern, and Nos 2A–2B King's Cross Road, 2006. EH photograph (DP042017)

397. Nos 2A–8 King's Cross Road, 2006. EH photograph (DP042019)

398, 399. Farringdon Travelodge, King's Cross Road, 2006–7. EH photographs (DP042020, DP041874)

400. King's Cross Police Station and Clerkenwell Police Court, c. 1906. Postcard in ILHC

401. Former Clerkenwell Magistrates' Court, King's Cross Road, 2007. EH photograph (DP041867)

402. Clerkenwell Police Court and Police Station, plan. Based on plans in Metropolitan Police Archives

403. Former Clerkenwell Magistrates' Court, King's Cross Road, plan. Based on survey plans kindly supplied by ARP Architects

404. Nos 112–126 King's Cross Road, 2007. EH photograph (DP041866)

405. Cobden Buildings, King's Cross Road. From a cutting in Camden Local Studies & Archive Centre (Heal Collection C V 8)

406. No. 148 King's Cross Road, 1995. Survey of London investigator's photograph

407. Nos 146–188 King's Cross Road, 2007. EH photograph (DP041797)

408. Mary Curzon Hostel, King's Cross Road, plans. Based on plans in IBC

409. No. 178 King's Cross Road, 2007. EH photograph (DP041794)

410. 'Riceyman Steps', 1924. Sketch by Hanslip Fletcher from Changing London, 1924

411. St Philip's Church, c.1860. Engraving in Pinks, facing p. 529

412. St Philip's National Schools. Engraving in ILHC

413. Nos 20–22 Vernon Square, 1912. LMA photograph (4965c)

414. Vernon Baptist chapel, c.1910. Photograph by J. E. Clossine in possession of the Survey of London

415. SOAS, Vernon Square campus, 2007. EH photograph (DP041807)

416. Weston Rise Estate, c.1965. Photograph by Henk Snoek, kindly provided by John Partridge

417. Weston Rise Estate, 1970. Photograph by Tony RayJones in BAL, Photographs Collection (RIBA15717)

418. Weston Rise Estate, plans. Based on plans in IBC

419. Nos 1–4 Lorenzo Street, 2007. EH photograph (DP041805)

423. Dobney's bowling green. From a series of prospects by Bernard Lens senior, of 1730–1, courtesy British Museum Prints & Drawings (1853–4–9–50)

426. Pentonville, 1870s. Based on the OS of 1871–4

427. Pentonville. Based on the modern OS

424. 'Busby's Folly'. From Pinks, p. 530

425. Pentonville development plan. Based on Penton deeds in ILHC and MDR

420–422. Pentonville Road, John Street and Collier Street, 1818. Views from Augustus Pugin, A Series of Views in Islington and Pentonville, 1819, courtesy ILHC and Museum & Library of the Order of St John

428. Pentonville from the air, 2002. NMR photograph (21765/19)

429. 'From Pentonville Road looking West: Evening', 1884. Painting by John O'Connor in the Museum of London collection

430. Plan of New Road, 1755. Extract from Supplement to the Gentleman's Magazine, 1755

431. Pentonville Road turnpike, 1786. Watercolour by John Bromley, in GL Print Room (p538048x)

432. Nos 177–183 Pentonville Road, 1964. Photograph in possession of EH

433. Nos 124 and 126 Pentonville Road, 1963. ILHC photograph

434. No. 56 Pentonville Road, 1953. Photograph in possession of EH

435. No. 9 Claremont Place. Plan in LMA (MDR 1823/9/629)

436. No. 178 Pentonville Road, section and plan. Based on plans in IBC

437. Lord Vernon Arms, No. 188 Pentonville Road, 1962. LMA photograph (62/3114)

438. Crown public house, No. 128A Pentonville Road. ILHC photograph

439. Nos 34–44 Pentonville Road, 2007. EH photograph (DP041740)

440. Workshops, Nos 34–42 Pentonville Road, 2007. EH photograph (DP041753)

441. Nos 34–42 Pentonville Road, counting-house door, 1996. RCHME photograph (BB96/139) in NMR

442. Tile panel, Freeman's Mews, 2007. EH photograph (DP041733)

443. Claremont Chapel, c. 1828. Engraving by J. & H. S. Storer in Cromwell, facing p. 420

444. Former Claremont Chapel, No. 44A Pentonville Road, 2007. EH photograph (DP041737)

445. Nos 62–70 Pentonville Road, 1938. Photograph by John Summerson in NMR (NBR VII 32 [39])

446. Nos 90–94 Pentonville Road, c.1930. ILHC photograph

447. Claremont Heights, Nos 70–88 Pentonville Road, 2007. EH photograph (DP041762)

448. Nos 96–98 Pentonville Road, 2006. EH photograph (DP042055)

449. Belvidere gardens and rackets court, c.1828. Engraving by J. & H. S. Storer in Cromwell, facing p. 414

450. Discussion meeting, Belvidere, 1858. From G. A. Sala, Twice Round the Clock, 1858, courtesy LMA

451. Nos 100–120 Pentonville Road, 2007. EH photograph (DP041763)

452, 453. Nos 116–118 Pentonville Road, 2007. EH photographs (DP041765, DP041766)

454. Nos 152–154 Pentonville Road, 2007. EH photograph (DP041768)

455. St James's Church, Pentonville, c.1900. ILHC photograph

456, 457. St James's Church, Pentonville, interior, 1925. NMR photographs (BB76/00552, BB76/00553)

458. St James's Church, Pentonville, 1963. ILHC photograph

459. Grimaldi Park House, Pentonville Road, 2007. EH photograph (DP041770)

460. London Female Penitentiary, No. 166 Pentonville Road. From a print in NMR, Mayson Beeton Collection (65A LON 1810 S)

461. London Female Penitentiary, No. 166 Pentonville Road. Plan in LMA (MDR 1832/4/417)

462. Affleck Street, c.1900. Postcard in ILHC

463. Nos 166–174 Pentonville Road, 2007. EH photograph (DP041771)

464. Lilley & Skinner, Nos 192–210 Pentonville Road, block plan. Based on the OS of 1938 and Goad insurance plans

465. Lilley & Skinner, Nos 202–210 Pentonville Road, 1972. LMA photograph (72/2491)

466. Lilley & Skinner, Nos 192–210 Pentonville Road, plan, sections. Based on plans in possession of Survey of London

467. Nos 242–270 Pentonville Road, 2007. EH photograph (DP041788)

468. No. 200 Pentonville Road, 2007. EH photograph (DP041774)

469. Angel Centre, 2007. EH photograph (DP041745)

470. Nos 91–123 Pentonville Road and Paul Robeson House, 2007. EH photograph (DP041767)

471. Nos 207–221 Pentonville Road, 2007. EH photograph (DP041785)

472. North London Baths, Pentonville Road, 1856. ILHC photograph

473. Nos 79–89 Pentonville Road, 2007. EH photograph (DP041759)

474. Nos 151–175A Pentonville Road, 1959. LMA photograph (59/922)

475. Nos 233–245 Pentonville Road, 2007. EH photograph (DP041786)

476. Nos 139–149 Pentonville Road, 1963. ILHC photograph

477. Welsh Tabernacle, Pentonville Road, 1904. Engraving in Congregational Year Book, 1904, facing p. 148

478. Congregational Church, Pentonville Road, plan. From a plan in LMA (MBO 517)

479. Welsh Congregational Church, Pentonville Road, interior, 1990. RCHME photograph (BB91/18395) in NMR

480. Penton Street, 2007. EH photograph (DP047143)

481. Eastern Pentonville, 1808. Extract from Thomas Hornor's Plan of the Parish of Clerkenwell, 1813, courtesy GL Print Room (k1265031)

482. Eastern Pentonville, 1840–1. Extract from a map of the Penton estate in ILHC

483. St Silas's Clergy House, Penton Street. Elevation by William White in BAL, Drawings Collection (PB1415/3[46])

484, 485. Public Carriage Office, No. 15 Penton Street, 2006. EH photographs (DP020065, DP020073)

486, 487. St Silas's Church, interiors, 1975. NMR photographs (AA75/1687, AA75/1688)

488. St Silas's Church, 1965. NMR photograph (AA80/4827)

489. Christ's Church, Penton Street. Perspective drawing of 1860 by S. S. Teulon in ILHC

490. St Silas's Church. Designs of 1862 by E. P. L. Brock for tower and chancel in ILHC

491. St Silas's Church. Plan by Helen Jones based on site measurement (2005–6)

492. No. 10 Penton Street, 1994. RCHME photograph (BB94/11309) in NMR

493. Nos 18–22 Penton Street, 1994. RCHME photograph (BB94/11315) in NMR

494. Nos 50–52 Penton Street. Reconstructed first-floor plan based on plans in IBC

495. Nos 46–56 Penton Street, 2007. EH photograph (DP042101)

496. No. 57 White Lion Street, 2007. EH photograph (DP041731)

497. White Lion Free School, 1975. From Baumeister, Nov 1975, p. 977, courtesy BAL

498. No. 57 White Lion Street, plan. Based on the OS of 1871–4

499. London Female Mission, White Lion Street. Print in NMR (Mayson Beeton collection, 65A LON 1830 S)

500. Claremont United Reformed Church, White Lion Street, 2007. EH photograph (DP041728)

501. Penton Grove School. Designs of c.1873 by E. R. Robson in TNA (ED21/11426)

502. Former White Lion Street School, 2007. EH photograph (DP041739)

503. White Lion Street School, 1912. LMA photograph (70/279)

504. All Saints' Mission Church. Perspective view from Academy Architecture, 19021>, p. 13

505. All Saints' Mission, 1961. NMR photograph (AA75/1710)

506. Nos 95–101 White Lion Street, 2007. EH photograph (DP041824)

507. Nos 15–19 Chapel Market, 2007. EH photograph (DP041709)

508. Nos 17–19 Chapel Market, 1998. RCHME photograph (BB98/20878) in NMR

509. Nos 16–19 and Nos 27 and 28 Chapel Market, plans. Based on plans in IBC

510. Nos 4–8 Chapel Market, 2007. EH photograph (DP041706)

511. No. 99 Chapel Market, 2007. EH photograph (DP042104)

512. The Alma, Chapel Market, 1994. RCHME photograph (BB96/150) in NMR

513, 514. Woolworths and Nos 52–53 Chapel Market, 1998. RCHME photographs (BB98/20860, BB98/20866) in NMR

515. Manze's, No. 74 Chapel Market, 1994. RCHME photograph (BB96/129) in NMR

516. The Alpino Café, No. 97 Chapel Market, 2007. EH photograph (DP043132)

517. Chapel Market, c. 1898. Museum of London photograph (MID/0330000920)

518. Corn-cure, Chapel Market, 1955. Museum of London photograph

519. Chapel Market, 1970. LMA photograph (70/9782)

520. Chapel Market, 2007. EH photograph (DP 021913)

521. Nos 21 and 22 White Conduit Street, 2007. EH photograph (DP041710)

522. No. 2 White Conduit Street, 1998. RCHME photograph (BB98/20854) in NMR

523. Nos 21 and 22 White Conduit Street, plan. Based on plans of 1919 in IBC

524. Mandeville Houses, c.1930. ILHC photograph

525. Islington Police Station, Tolpuddle Street, 2007. EH photograph (DP047148)

526. Calshot Street, 2007. EH photograph (DP041850)

527. Donegal Street, 2007. EH photograph (DP041862)

528. Part of the Penton estate. Extract from Horwood's map of 1799

529. Hermes Hill area, 1808. Extract from Thomas Hornor's ms map of Clerkenwell, in ILHC

530. Donegal Street, 1959. ILHC photograph

531. Cumming Street and Rodney Street, 1870s. Extract from OS of 1871–4

532. No. 39 Rodney Street, 1945. Photograph in the possession of EH (LCC 72451)

533. Nos 12–34 Calshot Street, 1953. Photograph in the possession of EH (Maltby 18895)

534. Nos 10–34 Calshot Street, 1959. ILHC photograph

535. No. 22 Calshot Street, 1937. LMA photograph (B5391)

536. Collier Street, c.1828. Engraving by J. & H. S. Storer in Cromwell, facing p. 410

537. Cumming Street and western Pentonville, c. 1952. BAL, Photographs Collection (5058/51)

538. Hermes Street, model dwellings, elevation, plans. Based on plans among the records of the Penton Estate in ILHC

539. Winton Houses, Winchester Street, 1898. Bedford Lemere photograph in NMR (BL 14982)

540. Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School, 2006. EH photograph (DP042098)

541. Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School, gymnasia, 2007. EH photograph (DP041861)

542. Michael Duane at Risinghill School, 1960. LMA photograph (60/153b)

543. Rodney House and Prospect House, Donegal Street, 2006. EH photograph (DP042099)

544. Grimaldi House, Calshot Street, 2006. EH photograph (DP042091)

545. Busaco Street clearance site, c. 1939. ILHC photograph

546. Priory Green Estate, 2007. EH photograph (DP041840)

547, 548. Priory Green Estate, architects' models, 1938–9. From Architect & Building News, 21 Oct 1938; and BAL, Photographs Collection (5058/5)

549. Plans of Priory Green Estate. Based on plans in Architects' Journal, 9 Oct 1952, p. 440; Architectural Review, Oct 1952, p. 243

550. Priory Green Estate, site plan of pre-war scheme. Based on photographs of architects' models in BAL Photographs Collection (MAL/3043, 5058/6); plans in Architectural Review, Oct 1952, p. 243; and plan in John Allan, Berthold Lubetkin: Architecture and the tradition of progress, 1992, p. 408

551. Priory Green Estate, site plan. Based on modern OS

552. Priory Green Estate from the air, c. 1952. Aerofilms photograph (A44120/52) in NMR

553. Redington House, Priory Green. BAL, Photographs Collection (5058/30)

555. Priory Green Estate, Collier Street entrance, 1952. BAL, Photographs Collection (5058/53)

554. Priory Green Estate Laundry and Foliot House. BAL, Photographs Collection (5058/81)

556. Wynford House, Priory Green Estate, 2007. EH photograph (DP041827)

557. Priory Green, block and planting plan. Plan by Tecton in BAL, Drawings Collection (PA 114/9/1)

558. Hugh Cubitt House, Priory Green Estate, 2006. EH photograph (DP042068)

559. Priors Estate, 2007. EH photograph (DP041844)

560. Model Railway Club, Calshot Street, 2007. EH photograph (DP041969)

561. Winchester Street School. From The Builder, 21 Dec 1872, p. 1007

562. Winchester Street School, plans. Based on plans in The Builder, 21 Dec 1872, p. 1006

563. Winchester Street School, site plan, 1890s. Based on the OS of 1894–6

564. Winton School, Killick Street, 2006. EH photograph (DP042078)

565. Nos 61–71 Collier Street, 2006. EH photograph (DP042079)

566. Nos 37–53 Northdown Street, 1953. Photograph in possession of EH (Simons 473)

567. Nos 27–53 Northdown Street, elevations, plan, details. Based on measured survey (2006) and plans in IBC

568. Nos 32–46 Northdown Street, 2006. EH photograph (DP042084)

569. Pollard House, Northdown Street, 2007. EH photograph (DP041858)

570. Islington High Street and Liverpool Road. Based on the modern OS

571. Islington High Street and Liverpool Road, 1870s. Based on the OS of 1871–4

572. Islington High Street, late sixteenth century. Extract from a map in the collection at Hatfield House (Hatfield MSS, CPM II/12), reproduced by courtesy of the Marquess of Salisbury

573, 574. Angel Inn, 1818. From Augustus Pugin, A Series of Views in Islington and Pentonville, 1819

575. Angel Inn, site plans, 1750s and 1817. Based on maps of the Penton estate in ILHC and TNA (C13/3065/77)

576. Angel Inn, plan. Plan in LMA (MDR 1822/3/50)

577. Angel Inn, c.1828. Engraving by J. & H. S. Storer in Cromwell, facing p. 388

578. Angel Hotel, 1890s. ILHC photograph

579. Angel intersection, c. 1919. ILHC photograph

580. Lyons' Café at the Angel Hotel, 1922. LMA photograph (Acc/3527/461)

581. Angel Hotel. From Building News, 19 Dec 1902, p. 865

582. Angel Hotel, plans, 1903. From G. A. T. Middleton, Modern Buildings. Their Planning, Construction and Equipment, vol. vi, 1907, p. 19

583. The Angel and Islington High Street, 2004. EH photograph (BB009838)

584. Peacock Inn, 1820s. Print of 1823 based on a painting by James Pollard ('North Country Mails at The Peacock, Islington'), courtesy GL Print Room (p5378507)

585. Nos 5–15 Islington High Street, 2007. EH photograph (DP041727)

586. Islington High Street c. 1838–40. From Tallis's London Street Views, courtesy GL Print Room

587. Nos 23–25 Islington High Street, 2007. EH photograph (DP041722)

588. White Lion Inn sign, 1898. NMR photograph (BB70/ 00274)

589. Three Hats public house, c. 1820. From the Gentleman's Magazine, vol. xciii, pt 2, 1823, p. 113, courtesy LMA (SC/PZ/FI/01/275)

590. Pied Bull, 1933. From The Brick Builder, Dec 1933, p. 24, courtesy BAL

591. Nos 39–43 Islington High Street and Nos 1–13 Liverpool Road, 2007. EH photograph (DP041721)

592. Agricultural Hotel, No. 13 Liverpool Road, 1998. RCHME photograph (BB98/20881) in NMR

593. Islington High Street, 1930s. ILHC photograph

594. Islington High Street c. 1843. Print in LMA (SC/PZ/FI/01/298)

595. No. 27 Islington High Street, c. 1870. From a tradecard in ILHC

596. Sainsbury's, Liverpool Road, 2007. EH photograph (DP047145)

597. Angel Cinema, ground plan, 1913. Based on plans in LMA (GLC/AR/BR/07/1982)

598. Angel Cinema, interior, 1972. Photograph in possession of EH (LCC 72/ 30235)