Plate 156
Norfolk House, St. James's Square, in 1937

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'Plate 156: Norfolk House, St. James's Square, in 1937', Survey of London: volumes 29 and 30: St James Westminster, Part 1 (1960). URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=40788 Date accessed: 24 July 2014.


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Norfolk House, St. James's Square, 1748–52, in 1937.

Matthew Brettingham, senior, architect (p. 187). Demolished

a. Doors in dining-room


Norfolk House, St. James's Square, in 1937

Plate 156a: Norfolk House, St. James's Square, in 1937
Doors in dining-room

b. Doors in saloon or ballroom, with additional nineteenth-century decoration.


Norfolk House, St. James's Square, in 1937

Plate 156b: Norfolk House, St. James's Square, in 1937
Doors in saloon or ballroom, with additional nineteenth-century decoration.

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c. Dining-room.


Norfolk House, St. James's Square, in 1937

Plate 156c: Norfolk House, St. James's Square, in 1937
Dining-room.

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