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(Unless otherwise stated all the Plates are photographs taken since 1946 whose copyright belongs to the Greater London Council)

VOLUME XXXIII

Frontispiece. Soho Square, south-west corner. From an aquatint in John B. Papworth's Select Views of London, 1816, plate xxiii

VOLUME XXXIV

Frontispiece. Leicester Place and Leicester Square. From an aquatint in John B. Papworth's Select Views of London, 1816, plate xxiv

1. (a) Extract from plan made for the lawsuit Bristow v. Wilson, 1585. From a plan in the Public Record Office, MPB 1. Reproduced by permission of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office. Crown copyright

(b) Extract from Faithorne and Newcourt's map, surveyed in 1643–7 and published in 1658. From the copy in the British Museum Map Room

2. Extract from Ogilby and Morgan's map of 1681–2. From the map in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Maps portfolio ii

3. Blome's map of the parish of St. Anne, c. 1690. From the map in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Maps portfolio xii

4. Extract from Rocque's map of 1746

5. Extract from Horwood's map of 1819

6. Extract from the Ordnance Survey map of 1869–74

7. Extract from the Ordnance Survey map of 1962. Crown copyright reserved

8. (a) Plan of the Military Ground, 1660/1. From a plan in the Public Record Office, LRRO1/1830. Reproduced by permission of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office. Crown copyright

(b) Plan of Soho Fields, 1676. From a plan in the Public Record Office, C82/2484. Reproduced by permission of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office. Crown copyright

9. Plan of part of the Portland estate in Soho, c. 1792–3. From a plan in the Portland MSS. at Nottingham University (Manuscripts and Special Collections, Pl E10/5/29)

10. St. Anne's Church

(a), (b) Plan and section. From undated drawings in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

11. St. Anne's Church

(a) West elevation. Redrawn by T. Biro from a drawing in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

(b) East elevation. From an undated drawing in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

12. St. Anne's Church

(a) West front in 1828. From a watercolour in the Guildhall Library

(b) East front. Extract from an undated composite drawing by Joseph Gandy in the Victoria and Albert Museum

13. St. Anne's Church, interior looking east in 1890. Photograph The National Monuments Record

14. St. Anne's Church, steeple elevation and plans. Redrawn by T. Biro from S. P. Cockerell's contract drawings in Westminster City Library

15. St. Anne's Church, exterior in 1890. Photograph The National Monuments Record

16. (a) French (formerly Greek) Church, Crown Street, in 1738. From William Hogarth's engraving Noon

(b) Inscribed tablet, formerly on the Greek Church, Crown Street, and now in the Cathedral of Aghia Sophia, Moscow Road

17. (a) St. Martin's Almshouses, Crown Street. From an undated watercolour by T. H. Shepherd in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio xxix

(b) Minister's house and charity house, Crown Street, in 1819. From a watercolour by R. B. Schnebbelie in the G.L.C. Collection

(c) French (formerly Greek) Church, Crown Street, interior in 1819. From the watercolour by R. B. Schnebbelie in the London Museum

18. St. Mary's Church, Charing Cross Road, nave in 1898

(a), (b) Exterior and interior. From watercolours by J. P. Emslie in the G.L.C. Collection

19. St. Mary's Church, clergy house and school, Crown Street. From an engraving in The Builder, 2 October 1875, p. 886

20. House of St. Barnabas-in-Soho (No. 1 Greek Street), chapel

(a) Exterior. Photograph The National Monuments Record

(b) Interior

21. (a), (b) French Protestant Church, Soho Square, exterior and interior

22. Roman Catholic Church of Notre Dame De France, Leicester Place

(a) Interior before rebuilding

(b) Exterior in 1955. Copyright G. Scott Bushe

23. Roman Catholic Church of Notre Dame De France, Leicester Place, interior in 1955. Copyright G. Scott Bushe

24. St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, Soho Square

(a) Exterior

(b) Interior in 1896. Photograph The National Monuments Record

25. (a) Presbyterian Chapel, Little Chapel Street. From an undated engraving in the Westminster City Library

(b) Welsh Chapel, Charing Cross Road

26. (a) The School of Eloquence, Carlisle House, Soho Square. From an undated engraving in the Westminster City Library

(b) St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church (formerly Mrs. Cornelys's Assembly Rooms, Carlisle House), Soho Square. From an undated drawing by Howard Penton at St. Patrick's presbytery

27. Sans Souci Theatre, Leicester Place

(a) Interior. From an undated engraving by Van Assen in the possession of Mr. Gerald Forsyth

(b) Exterior. From an undated watercolour in the Guildhall Library

28. Designs for an Opera House in Leicester Square

(a) Plan. From an undated drawing in Sir John Soane's Museum, drawer 12, set 12

(b) General view. From an undated oil painting in the London Museum

29. Designs for an Opera House in Leicester Square, general views

(a) From an undated drawing by Thomas Sandby in the royal collection at Windsor Castle. Reproduced by gracious permission of Her Majesty The Queen

(b), (c) From undated drawings in Sir John Soane's Museum, drawer 12, set 12

30. Miss Kelly's (later Royalty) Theatre, Dean Street

(a) Exterior in 1882. From a watercolour by John Crowther in the Guildhall Library

(b) Interior. From an undated watercolour in the London Museum

31. (a), (b) Royalty Theatre, Dean Street, interior views in 1906. Photographs in the Enthoven Theatre Collection, Victoria and Albert Museum. Crown copyright

32. Savile House, Leicester Square

(a) Exterior in c. 1840. From a watercolour in the London Museum

(b) Exterior in 1871. From a watercolour by C. J. Richardson in the Westminster City Library

(c) Miss Linwood's Gallery. From an undated engraving in the Westminster City Library

33. Designs for The Casino, Leicester Square

(a), (b) Exterior and interior. From undated lithographs by Samuel Beazley in the Westminster City Library (Leicester Square) Scrapbook, vol. i, p. 104

34. Royal Panopticon of Science and Art (later Alhambra Theatre), Leicester Square

(a) Exterior in 1853. From a watercolour by T. H. Shepherd in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio xviii

(b) Interior in 1854. From an engraving in The Builder, 8 March 1854, p. 143

35. (a), (b) Alhambra Theatre, Leicester Square, interior in 1897. From photographs in the Raymond Mander and Joe Mitchenson Theatre Collection

36. Empire Theatre, Leicester Square, in 1884. From an engraving in The Illustrated London News, 26 April 1884, p. 408

37. Palace Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, exterior in 1892. From an undated drawing by C. E. Mallows reproduced in a souvenir brochure in the G.L.C. Members' Library

38. Palace Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, in 1891. From an engraving in The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, 7 February 1891, p. 724

39. London Hippodrome, Cranbourn Street

(a) Interior in 1900. From a drawing reproduced in The Sketch, 3 January 1900, p. 425

(b) Exterior in 1902. Photograph the National Monuments Record

40. Daly's Theatre, Cranbourn Street

(a) Exterior in 1937. Copyright Miss G. Whiffin

(b) Interior in 1893. From a drawing by Spencer Chadwick reproduced in The Sketch, 20 September 1893, p. 388

41. (a) Royal Society of Musicians, Lisle Street, interior in 1931. From a drawing in the possession of the Society by Hanslip Fletcher

(b) Burford's (previously Barker's) Panorama, Leicester Square, entrance. From an undated watercolour in the London Museum

42. (a) Barker's (later Burford's) Panorama, Leicester Square, section. From an aquatint in Robert Mitchell's Plans, and Views in Perspective . . . of Buildings erected in England and Scotland, 1801

(b) Wyld's Great Globe, Leicester Square. From an undated watercolour by E. Walker in the London Museum

43. Wyld's Great Globe, Leicester Square

(a) Exterior in 1851. From a watercolour by T. H. Shepherd in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio xviii

(b) Section in 1851. From an engraving in The Illustrated London News, 7 June 1851, p. 511

44. Western Literary and Scientific Institution, Whitcomb Street

(a) Exterior in 1839. From an engraving in The Mirror, 27 July 1839

(b) Interior in 1832. From a watercolour in the Westminster City Library

45. Aldridge's Horse Repository, Upper St. Martin's Lane

(a) Exterior in 1955. Photograph the National Monuments Record

(b) Interior. From an undated watercolour in the possession of Aldridge's, 22 William Road, N.W.1

46. Leicester Square, general views

(a) From Sutton Nicholls's engraving of c. 1727 in the London Museum

(b) From J. Bowles's engraving of 1753 in the Guildhall Library

47. Leicester House, views enlarged from maps

(a) From a map of 1675 in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Maps portfolio ii

(b) From Ogilby and Morgan's map of 1681–2 in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Maps portfolio ii

(c) From Blome's map of the parish of St. Anne, c. 1690. From the map in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Maps portfolio xii

(d) From Morden and Lea's map of c. 1700 in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Maps portfolio ii

48. Leicester House, Leicester Square

(a) Enlargement from Sutton Nicholls's engraving of c. 1727 in the London Museum

(b) From a drawing of 1748 by George Vertue in the Westminster City Library

49. Leicester House, Leicester Square

(a), (b) South and north fronts in 1752. From oil paintings by B. Luyten. Reproduced by permission of the Rt. Hon. Viscount De L'Isle, V.C., from his collection at Penshurst Place

50. Leicester Square

(a) Sablonière Hôtel. From an undated watercolour by C. J. Smith in the Guildhall Library

(b) No. 47 Leicester Square in 1937. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Sablonière Hôtel and statue of George I in 1801. From an engraving in The European Magazine, June 1801

51. Leicester Square

(a) North side in 1897. Copyright Radio Times Hulton Picture Library

(b) South side and statue of Shakespeare in c. 1874. Copyright Radio Times Hulton Picture Library

52. Leicester Square in 1966

(a) West side

(b) North side

(c) East side

(d) South side

53. Lisle Street

(a) Nos. 17–19 in 1910. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Nos. 18–27 in 1910. G.L.C. photograph

54. (a), (b), (c) Designs for a new street from Coventry Street to King Street, Covent Garden. From the undated drawings in the British Museum, Add. MS. 8851

55. Newport Court

(a), (b) Views looking west in 1886 and east in 1881. From watercolours by J. P. Emslie in the G.L.C. Collection

(c) View looking west in 1943. G.L.C. photograph

(d) View looking east

56. Newport Market area. From watercolours by J. P. Emslie in the G.L.C. Collection

(a) Market Street and old market house in 1880

(b) Baptist Chapel and Grafton House, Grafton Street, in 1880

(c) Country market and old market house in 1877

(d) Whetten's Buildings, Gerrard Street, and Grafton Street in 1882

57. (a) Hayes Court from King Street in 1880

(b) Backs of houses in Great Newport Street in 1883

(c) Ryder's Court in 1883

(d) Porter Street and Litchfield Street in 1883 All from watercolours by J. P. Emslie in the G.L.C. Collection

58. (a) No. 5 Great Newport Street in 1903. Photograph in Westminster City Library

(b) Nos. 25–27 (consec.) Litchfield Street in 1904. Photograph in Westminster City Library

59. (a) Nos. 36–41 Gerrard Street

(b) Nos. 30 and 31 Gerrard Street

60. Gerard House, Gerrard Street

(a) Exterior. From an undated watercolour by C. J. Richardson in the G.L.C. Collection

(b) Exterior in 1887. From a watercolour by Appleton in the Guildhall Library

(c) Design for new elevation in 1781. From a drawing in Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 33, no. 106

61. (a) Gerard House, Gerrard Street, staircase in 1884. From a watercolour by John Crowther in the Guildhall Library

(b) No. 43 Gerrard Street. From an undated watercolour by J. W. Archer in the Archer drawings at the British Museum, portfolio xiii, no. 27

62. (a) Nos. 27–29 Gerrard Street in 1941. G.L.C. photograph

(b) No. 36 Gerrard Street in 1958

(c) Gerrard Street, general view looking west

63. (a) No. 37 Gerrard Street, first-floor front room. From an undated drawing by J. P. Emslie in the G.L.C. Collection

(b) No. 38 Gerrard Street, first-floor front room. From an undated drawing by J. P. Emslie in the G.L.C. Collection

64. No. 9 Gerrard Street

(a) Exterior in 1958

(b) Staircase in 1946

65. No. 9 Gerrard Street

(a) Ground-floor front west room

(b) First-floor back room

(c), (d) First-floor front room

66. (a) No. 12 Gerrard Street

(b) Nos. 17 and 18 Gerrard Street

(c) No. 3 Gerrard Street

(d) Nos. 2–4 Macclesfield Street in 1914. G.L.C. photograph

67. (a) No. 9 Macclesfield Street in 1874. From a watercolour by Frederick Shepherd in the G.L.C. Collection

(b) No. 9 Macclesfield Street in 1858. From a watercolour by J. W. Archer in the Archer drawings at the British Museum, portfolio xiii, no. 26

(c) King Street, south side in 1885. From a watercolour by J. P Emslie in the G.L.C. Collection

68. Soho Square

(a) View looking north. From Sutton Nicholls's engraving of c. 1727 in the London Museum

(b) View looking south. From an undated engraving in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio xxix

69. Soho Square

(a) North-east corner in 1826. From a watercolour by C. J. Richardson in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio xxix

(b) South-east corner in 1919. From an etching by Francis Dodd in the London Museum

70. Soho Square

(a) South-east corner in 1936. From a drawing by Hanslip Fletcher reproduced in The Sunday Times, 4 October 1936. Copyright unknown

(b) South-west corner in 1937. From a reproduction in the possession of the Linnean Society of a drawing by Hanslip Fletcher. Copyright unknown

71. Soho Square

(a) Nos. 14–17

(b) East side looking north

(c) South-west corner

(d) Statue of Charles II

72. Monmouth House, Soho Square, plans

(a) Cellar storey. From the undated anonymous drawing at All Souls College, Oxford, 'Wren' drawing i, no. 20

(b) Ground floor in 1769. From a drawing in the Public Record Office, CREST6/62, p. 89. Reproduced by permission of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office. Crown copyright

73. Monmouth House, Soho Square

(a) North front. Enlarged from an undated engraving in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio xxix

(b) North front in 1764. From a drawing in the Department of Prints and Drawings in the British Museum, in Crowle's extra-illustrated copy of Pennant, vol. v, item 102

(c) North front. From the engraving in J. T. Smith's Antiquities of London, 1791

74. Monmouth House, Soho Square, design by Sir James Thornhill for staircase. From the undated drawing in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, California

75. Monmouth House, Soho Square

(a), (b) Designs by Sir James Thornhill for closet and trompe l'oeil niche. From undated drawings in and reproduced by courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago

76. Monmouth House, Soho Square, design by Sir James Thornhill for painted windows. From the undated drawing in the Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design

77. (a), (b), (c) No. 28 Soho Square, plans and elevation. From undated drawings in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

78. No. 1 Greek Street, the House of St. Barnabas-in-Soho

(a) Exterior

(b) Doorcase

79. No. 1 Greek Street, the House of St. Barnabas-in-Soho

(a) Staircase and first-floor landing

(b) Staircase compartment ceiling

80. No. 1 Greek Street, the House of St. Barnabas-in-Soho

(a) Staircase compartment

(b) Staircase

81. No. 1 Greek Street, the House of St. Barnabas-in-Soho

(a), (b), (c) Ground-floor principal room

82. No. 1 Greek Street, the House of St. Barnabas-in-Soho

(a) Ground-floor east front room

(b) First-floor south back room

83. No. 1 Greek Street, the House of St. Barnabas-in-Soho

(a), (b), (c) First-floor south back room, doorcase, chimneypiece and window

84. No. 1 Greek Street, the House of St. Barnabas-in-Soho, first-floor principal room looking south-west

85. (a), (b) No. 1 Greek Street, the House of St. Barnabas-in-Soho, first-floor principal room detail and view looking north-east

86. No. 1 Greek Street, the House of St. Barnabas-in-Soho, first-floor principal room ceiling

87. No. 1 Greek Street, the House of St. Barnabas-in-Soho, first-floor east front room ceiling

88. No. 20 Soho Square

(a) Elevation before alteration. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 42, no. 49

(b) Design for elevation. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 42, no. 48

89. (a), (b) No. 20 Soho Square, ground- and first-floor plans. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 42, nos. 52 and 53

90. (a), (b) No. 20 Soho Square, designs for ceilings of south drawing-room and principal drawing-room. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. 12, nos. 109 and 108

91. (a)–(d) No. 20 Soho Square, roundels painted by Angelica Kauffmann. Undated G.L.C. photographs

92. (a) Nos. 20 and 21 Soho Square in 1854. From a watercolour by T. H. Shepherd in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio xxix

(b) No. 20 Soho Square in 1908. G.L.C. photograph

93. (a) Nos. 34 and 35 Soho Square in 1943. G.L.C. photograph

(b) No. 36 Soho Square in 1943. G.L.C. photograph

(c) No. 37 Soho Square

(d) Nos. 38, 1 and 2 Soho Square

94. (a) No. 7 Soho Square in 1883. From a watercolour by J. P. Emslie in the G.L.C. Collection

(b) Nos. 25 and 26 Soho Square in 1903. G.L.C. photograph

95. (a) No. 32 Soho Square. Undated photograph in the possession of the Linnean Society

(b) Nos. 31 and 32 Soho Square in 1921. G.L.C. photograph

96. (a) No. 31 Soho Square, interior in 1929. From a drawing by Hanslip Fletcher reproduced in The Sunday Times, 17 February 1929. Copyright unknown

(b) No. 37 Soho Square, first-floor front room in 1928. From a drawing by Hanslip Fletcher reproduced in The Sunday Times, 9 September 1928. Copyright unknown

97. (a), (b) No. 32 Soho Square, front drawing-room in 1929 and south drawing-room in 1937. From drawings by Hanslip Fletcher reproduced in The Sunday Times, 3 March 1929 and 24 January 1937. Copyright unknown

98. (a) No. 24 Soho Square, first-floor front room in 1936. From a drawing by Hanslip Fletcher reproduced in The Sunday Times, 29 November 1936. Copyright unknown

(b) No. 2 Soho Square, ground-floor back room

99. Carlisle House, Carlisle Street, in 1936. Photograph in possession of G.L.C., copyright unknown

100. (a), (b) Carlisle House, Carlisle Street, staircase compartment in 1936. Photograph in possession of G.L.C., copyright unknown

101. Carlisle House, Carlisle Street, in 1936

(a) First-floor south-east room. Photograph in possession of G.L.C., copyright unknown

(b), (c) Ground-floor south-east room. Photographs in possession of G.L.C., copyright unknown

102. Dean Street

(a) Nos. 72–76 in 1912. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Nos. 76 and 77

103. Dean Street

(a) No. 75, doorcase in 1914. Photograph The National Monuments Record

(b) No. 76, doorcase

104. No. 75 Dean Street

(a) Staircase hall in 1912. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Staircase hall as re-erected in Chicago. Photograph reproduced by courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago

(c), (d) Staircase and staircase landing in 1912. G.L.C. photograph

105. No. 75 Dean Street

(a), (b) Staircase wall paintings in 1912. G.L.C. photographs

(c) Staircase wall paintings in c. 1912–19. Photograph The National Monuments Record

106. No. 75 Dean Street

(a) Ground-floor front room in 1912. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Ground-floor front and back rooms as re-erected in Chicago. Photograph reproduced by courtesy of the Art Institute of Chicago

107. No. 75 Dean Street in 1912. G.L.C. photographs

(a) First-floor front room, detail

(b) First-floor back room

(c) First-floor front room

108. No. 76 Dean Street in 1945. G.L.C. photographs

(a), (b) Staircase wall paintings

109. No. 76 Dean Street in 1945. G.L.C. photographs

(a) Staircase hall

(b) Service staircase

(c) First-floor back room

110. No. 76 Dean Street in 1945. G.L.C. photographs

(a) Ground-floor back room

(b) First-floor small back room

(c) First-floor front room

(d) First-floor large back room

111. (a), (b) No. 70 Dean Street, ground-floor rooms

112. Dean Street

(a) Nos. 67 and 68

(b) Nos. 69 and 70

(c) Nos. 78 and 79

(d) View looking south

113. (a) No. 90 Dean Street and Nos. 16–17 Carlisle Street

(b) No. 92 Dean Street in 1920. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Nos. 61 and 62 Dean Street

(d) Nos. 83–85 Dean Street

114. (a), (b) No. 71 Dean Street, ceilings in 1905. G.L.C. photographs

115. (a), (b) No. 71 Dean Street, interiors in 1905. G.L.C. photographs

116. Meard Street

(a) View looking west

(b) Nos. 1–5 in 1912. Photograph The National Monuments Record

(c) Nos. 7–19 in 1941. G.L.C. photograph

(d) Nos. 13–21 in 1941. G.L.C. photograph

117. (a) Nos. 1–6 Richmond Buildings

(b) Nos. 6–8 St. Anne's Court. Undated G.L.C. photograph

(c) St. Annes' Court, south side

(d) St. Anne's Buildings, St. Anne's Court

118. Design for elevation and plan of Nos. 6–10 Frith Street. From the drawings of 1718 in the Northamptonshire Record Office, BH(K), bundle 57

119. Frith Street

(a) Nos. 6 and 7 in 1958

(b) No. 9, staircase in 1885. From a drawing by J. P. Emslie in the G.L.C. Collection

120. Frith Street

(a) No. 5

(b) Nos. 58–66 in 1943. G.L.C. photograph

(c) Nos. 37–41

121. Doorcases

(a) Nos. 6 and 7 Frith Street

(b) No. 68 Dean Street

(c) No. 5 Frith Street

(d) Nos. 59 and 60 Frith Street

122. Greek Street

(a) View looking south

(b) Nos. 11–18

(c) Nos. 12 and 13 in 1914. G.L.C. photograph

123. Greek Street

(a) Nos. 48–50

(b) No. 48, hall

(c), (d) No. 48, first-floor front room

124. No. 50 Greek Street

(a) Exterior

(b) Hall

(c) Ground-floor rooms

125. (a) Nos. 29–33 Old Compton Street in 1943. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Romilly Street, view looking west

(c) Nos. 28–31 Romilly Street and No. 37 Greek Street

(d) Nos. 19–24 Romilly Street

126. Staircases

(a) No. 15 Soho Square in 1943. G.L.C. photograph

(b) No. 41 Gerrard Street

(c), (d) No. 47 Leicester Square in 1937. G.L.C. photographs

127. Staircases

(a) No. 37 Soho Square

(b) No. 13 Soho Square

(c) No. 26 Soho Square

128. Doorcases

(a) No. 71 Dean Street in 1905. G.L.C. photograph

(b) No. 12 Soho Square, first-floor stair landing

(c) No. 10 Soho Square, first-floor ante-room

(d) No. 2 Soho Square, ground-floor back room

129. Chimneypieces

(a) No. 32 Soho Square, south drawing-room (now removed to the rooms of the Royal Institution of Great Britain, Albemarle Street). Undated G.L.C. photograph

(b) No. 32 Soho Square, front drawing-room, as re-erected in the rooms of the Royal Society, Burlington House

(c) No. 36 Soho Square, ground-floor front room

(d) No. 47 Leicester Square. From an engraving in James Paine's Plans, Elevations, and Sections, of Noblemen and Gentlemen's Houses, 1783, part II, plate xcvii

(e) No. 36 Soho Square, second-floor south front room

(f) St. Patrick's Church Presbytery, Soho Square, first-floor back room

130. Ceilings

(a) No. 37 Soho Square, first-floor front room

(b) No. 12 Soho Square, first-floor back room

131. Ceilings

(a) No. 13 Soho Square, first-floor back room

(b) Carlisle House, Carlisle Street, first-floor south-east room in 1936. Photograph in possession of G.L.C., copyright unknown

(c) No. 32 Soho Square, south drawing-room in 1937. Copyright Dr. J. M. Alston

132. Shops

(a), (b) No. 88 Dean Street

(c) No. 22 Gerrard Street. From the engraving in Nathaniel Whittock's On the Construction and Decoration of the Shop Fronts of London, 1840, plate xii

(d) No. 15 Frith Street

133. Shops

(a) Nos. 51–52 Frith Street in 1921. G.L.C. photograph

(b) Nos. 46–47 Frith Street in 1921. G.L.C. photograph

134. Shops

(a) No. 38 Lisle Street in 1910. G.L.C. photograph

(b) No. 13 Moor Street in 1927. G.L.C. photograph

(c) No. 40 Lisle Street in 1910. G.L.C. photograph

(d) No. 20 Greek Street

135. Commercial Buildings

(a) Trotter's Bazaar at Nos. 4–6 Soho Square in 1819. From an engraving in the G.L.C. Collection

(b) Nos. 6–8 Dean Street (formerly Trotter's Bazaar)

(c) No. 75 Dean Street, workshops in 1912. G.L.C. photograph

(d) Nos. 68–70 Wardour Street

136. Commercial Buildings

(a) National Telephone Company Exchange, Gerrard Street, in 1908. Photograph The National Monuments Record

(b) Nos. 127–131 Charing Cross Road

(c) Nos. 76–88 Wardour Street

(d) Sheraton Street, Novello's former premises

137. (a), (b), (c) Nos. 152–160 Wardour Street (formerly Novello's), exterior, staircase and main hall

138. (a) Newport Dwellings, Newport Place

(b) No. 82 Charing Cross Road (formerly police station)

(c) Sandringham Buildings, Charing Cross Road

139. (a) St. Martin's School of Art, Charing Cross Road

(b) Royalty House, Nos. 72–74 Dean Street

(c) Wingate House, Shaftesbury Avenue

(d) Thorn House, Upper St. Martin's Lane

140. (a), (b) Leicester public house, New Coventry Street, in 1895. Photographs The National Monuments Record

(c) Young's Chinese Restaurant, Nos. 13 and 15 West Street

(d) No. 5 Lisle Street