Plate 276
Nos. 66–67 St. James's Street and 1 St. James's Place

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F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

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1960

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'Plate 276: Nos. 66–67 St. James's Street and 1 St. James's Place', Survey of London: volumes 29 and 30: St James Westminster, Part 1 (1960). URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=40908 Date accessed: 21 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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a. Nos. 66–67 St. James's Street and 1 St. James's Place, 1899–1900.


Nos. 66–67 St. James's Street and 1 St. James's Place

Plate 276a: Nos. 66–67 St. James's Street and 1 St. James's Place
R. J. Worley, architect (p. 473)

b. Nos. 7–8 Park Place, 1891–2.


Nos. 7–8 Park Place

Plate 276b: Nos. 7–8 Park Place
H. H. and M. E. Collins, architects (p. 543)

c. No. 11 Ryder Street, 1864–5.


No. 11 Ryder Street

Plate 276c: No. 11 Ryder Street
John Norton, architect. Two east bays (lefl) added by William Woodward 1900–1 (p. 318)

d. No. 63 St. James's Street, 1886–8.


No. 63 St. James's Street

Plate 276d: No. 63 St. James's Street
Messrs. Davis and Emanuel, architects (p. 472)