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

VOLUME XXXI

Frontispiece. The Pantheon, Oxford Street. From an oil painting, probably by William Hodges with figures by Zoffany, in the collections of the Leeds City Art Gallery and Temple Newsam House

VOLUME XXXII

Frontispiece. Colonnade, Burlington House. From a water-colour drawing of c. 1806–8 in Sir John Soane's Museum, drawer 17, set 4

1. 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

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

3. (a) Extract from Ogilby and Morgan's map of 1681–2. From the map in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Maps portfolio II, no. 58

(b) Extract from a map of c. 1710. From the map in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Maps portfolio XIII, no. 1

4. Blome's map of the parish of St. James, c. 1689. From the map in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Maps portfolio XII, no. 2

5. Blome's map of the parish of St. James, c. 1720. From the map in John Strype's Survey of the Cities of London and Westminster, 1720, vol. II, bk. VI

6. Extract from Rocque's map of 1746

7. Extract from Horwood's map of 1819

8. Extract from the Ordnance Survey map of 1870–5

9. Plan of Golden Square, 1673. From a plan in the Public Record Office, MPA 69. Reproduced by permission of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office. Crown copyright

10. (a), (b) St. Thomas's Church, Kingly Street, interior looking west and east

(c) Scottish Presbyterian Chapel, Swallow Street. From a drawing in the Crown Estate Office, file 12948

11. (a) St. Luke's Church, Berwick Street. From a lithograph in the Guildhall Library

(b) St. Peter's Church, Great Windmill Street, exterior. From an engraving in The Illustrated London News, 20 July 1861, p. 50

(c) St. Peter's Church, Great Windmill Street, interior. From an engraving in The Builder, 19 October 1861, p. 719

12. (a) St. James's and St. Peter's Primary School, Great Windmill Street, exterior

(b) St. John the Baptist's Church, Great Marlborough Street, exterior. From an engraving in The Building News, 15 May 1885

(c) Roman Catholic Church of Our Lady of the Assumption and St. Gregory, Warwick Street, exterior

13. Roman Catholic Church of Our Lady of the Assumption and St. Gregory, Warwick Street

(a), (b) Interior looking east and west

PANTHEON, OXFORD STREET

14. (a), (b) Basement and ground-floor plans. From a drawing in Sir John Soane's Museum, drawer 18, set 6

15. (a) North elevation. From a drawing in Sir John Soane's Museum, drawer 18, set 6

(b) Poland Street entrance, 1887. From a water-colour in the Westminster City Library

16. Masquerade. From an engraving by Charles White in the Guildhall Library

17. Section. From a drawing in Sir John Soane's Museum, drawer 18, set 6

18. (a) Lunardi's balloon, 1784. From an aquatint in the Guildhall Library after the water-colour by F. G. Byren

(b) An assembly. From a mezzotint in the Guildhall Library by Richard Earlom after a drawing by Brandoin

19. (a) The Royal Box for the Handel commemorative concert, 1784. From an engraving in the Westminster City Library by Angus after a drawing by J. Dixon

(b) King's Theatre, Pantheon, 1791. From a water-colour in the King's Topographical Collection in the British Museum, XXV. 20.1.b

20. (a) Exterior after the fire of 1792. From a water-colour drawing by J. M. W. Turner in the British Museum

(b) Masquerade, 1809. From an aquatint by T. Rowlandson and A. Pugin in R. Ackermann's The Microcosm of London, vol. II, facing p. 215

21. (a) Interior, 1815. From an engraving in Theatrum Illustrata (sic), 1825, vol. II, p. 176

(b) Interior, c. 1830. From a lithograph in the Raymond Mander and Joe Mitchenson Theatre Collection

22. (a) Conservatory. From an engraving in the Guildhall Library

(b) Bazaar. From a lithograph in the Raymond Mander and Joe Mitchenson Theatre Collection

23. (a) Exterior. From an aquatint of 1818 in the Westminster City Library

(b) Exterior in 1937. L.C.C. photograph

24. Hickford's, Brewer Street

(a) Exterior. From a water-colour in the Westminster City Library

(b) Concert room, interior. From a drawing in the Westminster City Library

(c) Concert room, exterior. Photograph of 1933 in the Crown Estate Office, rack 102/38

25. Argyll Rooms, Regent Street, plan of concertroom floor. From a plan in the Public Record Office, CREST 26/108. Reproduced by permission of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office. Crown copyright

26. (a), (b) Argyll Rooms, Regent Street, proposed elevations. From drawings in the Public Record Office, CREST 26/108. Reproduced by permission of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office. Crown copyright

27. Argyll Rooms, Regent Street

(a) Exterior. From an engraving by William Wallis after a drawing by T. H. Shepherd in Metropolitan Improvements, by James Elmes, 1827

(b) Interior. From an engraving by Robert Cruikshank in The English Spy, 1826, vol. 2, facing p. 48

28. (a) Cooke's Equestrian Circus, Great Windmill Street, exterior

(b) Argyll Rooms, Great Windmill Street, exterior

(c) New Queen's Theatre, Great Windmill Street, interior

(d) Argyll Rooms, Great Windmill Street, interior

From water-colours (b and d by J. P. Emslie) in the Westminster City Library

29. (a) Avenue Mansions, Shaftesbury Avenue. From an engraving in The Building News, 15 November 1889, pp. 666–7

(b) Trocadero Restaurant, Shaftesbury Avenue, exterior

30. St. James's Hall, Piccadilly

(a) Exterior. From an engraving in The Builder, 4 October 1856, p. 542

(b) Interior. From an engraving in The Illustrated London News, 10 April 1858, p. 369

31. (a) St. James's Hall, Piccadilly, exterior. Copyright The National Buildings Record

(b) London Palladium, Argyll Street, exterior

32. (a) Weeks's Museum, Tichborne Street. From an engraving in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio X, sheet 57, no. 147

(b) London Pavilion, Tichborne Street. Photograph in the Westminster City Library

(c) London Pavilion, Shaftesbury Avenue elevation. From a lithograph in the Crown Estate Office, rack 63/27

33. London Pavilion

(a), (b) Exterior and interior. From drawings in The Sporting and Dramatic News, December 1885

34. (a) Lyric and Apollo Theatres, Shaftesbury Avenue, exterior

(b), (c) Lyric Theatre, auditorium in 1943. Copyright The National Buildings Record

35. Apollo Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue

(a)-(c) Boxes, auditorium and ceiling in 1943. Copyright The National Buildings Record

36. (a) Globe Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, exterior

(b) Queen's Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue, exterior

37. (a) Globe Theatre, box and balcony fronts in 1943. Photograph The National Buildings Record

(b) Queen's Theatre, proscenium and balcony fronts in 1907. Photograph The National Buildings Record

38. (a) Livery stables, Swallow Street, 1801. From a water-colour in the Westminster City Library

(b) St. James's workhouse, interior, 1809. From an aquatint by T. Rowlandson and A. Pugin in R. Ackermann's The Microcosm of London, vol. III, facing p. 240

39. (a) The Society of Agriculture at No. 32 Sackville Street, 1809. From an aquatint by T. Rowlandson and A. Pugin in R. Ackermann's The Microcosm of London, vol. III, facing, p. 73

(b) The Debating Society at No. 22 Piccadilly, 1808. From an aquatint by T. Rowlandson and A. Pugin in R. Ackermann's The Microcosm of London, vol. I, facing p. 223

BURLINGTON HOUSE

40. (a), (b) Ground-floor and semi-basement plans. From early plans in the possession of the Royal Academy

41. (a), (b) Garret and first-floor plans. From early plans in the possession of the Royal Academy

42. (a) Bird's-eye view, c. 1698–9. From the engraving by J. Kip after a drawing by L. Knyff

(b) North elevation, 1812. From a drawing in the possession of the Royal Academy

43. Bird's-eye view, 1854. From an engraving in The Builder, 28 October 1854, p. 559

44. Plan of house and forecourt. From an engraving in Vitruvius Britannicus, vol. III, 1725, plate 22

45. (a)—(c) Elevations and plan of colonnade and gateway, 1782. From drawings by George Meredith in the possession of the Royal Academy

46. South front. Undated photograph in the possession of the Royal Academy

47. Gateway, colonnade and former stable block. Undated photograph in the possession of the Royal Academy

48. (a), (b) First- and ground-floor plans, 1812. From plans in the possession of the Royal Academy

49. (a), (b) Samuel Ware's south and north elevations. From drawings in the possession of the Royal Academy

50. Samuel Ware's ground-floor plan of house and offices. From a plan in the possession of the Royal Academy

51. Samuel Ware's first-floor plan of house and offices. From a plan in the possession of the Royal Academy

52. (a) Garden, and houses in Cork Street, 1816

(b) Garden and north front, 1816
From drawings in the L.C.C. collection

53. (a) Staircase, 1816

(b) Kitchen, 1816
From drawings in the L.C.C. collection

54. (a)—(c) Designs for south elevation by Sydney Smirke. From drawings in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

(d) Design for south elevation by Sydney Smirke. From a drawing in the possession of the Royal Academy

55. South front

56. (a) Hall, ceiling

(b) Hall

57. (a) Staircase ceiling

(b) Staircase

58. (a), (b) Saloon, east and north elevations. Measured drawings by T. Biro

59. (a) Saloon, south elevation. Measured drawing by T. Biro

(b), (c) Secretary's room, saloon and Council room, section and plan. Measured drawings by T. Biro

60. Secretary's room, saloon and Council room, details. Measured drawing by T. Biro

61. (a) Saloon, ceiling

(b) Saloon

62. (a), (b) Saloon, doorcases

63. (a) Staircase, section. From a drawing in the possession of the Royal Academy

(b) Council room

64. (a) Council room, ceiling

(b) Assembly room, ceiling

65. (a) Diana and Attendants, by Sebastiano Ricci. Copyright the Royal Academy

(b) The Triumph of Galatea, by Sebastiano Ricci. Copyright the Royal Academy

66. (a) Secretary's room, ceiling

(b) Secretary's room, ceiling detail. Copyright The Warburg Institute

(c) Reynolds room, ceiling detail.Copyright The Warburg Institute

67. (a) Room elevation. From an engraving in William Kent's The Designs of Inigo Jones, vol. I, 1727, plate 67

(b) Council room, doorcase. Copyright The Warburg Institute

(c) Council room, chimneypiece

68. (a) Reynolds room

(b) Assembly room

69. (a) Exhibition gallery. From a drawing in the possession of the Royal Academy

(b) Staircase landing

70. (a) Section by Sydney Smirke. From a drawing in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

(b) Court-yard plan. From an engraving in The Builder, 25 March 1871, p. 226

71. (a) Piccadilly front

(b) Court-yard, south side

72. No. 6 Burlington Gardens (formerly the University of London)

(a), (b) Section and ground-floor plan. From drawings in the Public Record Office, Works 33/1745. Reproduced by permission of the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office. Crown copyright

(c) Ground-floor plan. From an engraving in The Builder, 23 November 1867, p. 854

73. No. 6 Burlington Gardens (formerly the University of London)

(a) North front.

(b) North elevation. From an engraving in The Builder, 23 November 1867, p. 855

74. Burlington Arcade

(a) North end. From an engraving of 1819 in the Westminster City Library

(b) North end

(c) South end. From a photograph in The Builder, 6 October 1911

(d) South end

75. (a) Burlington Gardens, c. 1785. From an oil painting in the possession of the Marquess of Anglesey

(b) Burlington Gardens, c. 1790. From a water-colour drawing by Thomas Malton in the London Museum

76. No. 7 Burlington Gardens (formerly Queensberry House), plans. From an engraving in The Painting of Leon Battista Alberti by James Leoni, vol. III, 1726, plate 14

77. No. 7 Burlington Gardens (formerly Queensberry House and later Uxbridge House)

(a) South elevation. From an engraving in The Painting of Leon Battista Alberti by James Leoni, vol. III, 1726, plate 15

(b) Gateway. From an engraving in William Kent's The Designs of Inigo Jones, vol. I, 1727, plate 59

(c) South elevation and plans. From an engraving in Illustrations of the Public Buildings of London, by J. Britton and A. Pugin, 1825, vol. I, facing p. 80

78. No. 7 Burlington Gardens

(a) South front

(b) Ceiling, committee room. Copyright The Warburg Institute

79. No. 7 Burlington Gardens

(a) Staircase dome. Copyright The Warburg Institute

(b) Staircase. Copyright The Warburg Institute

(c) First-floor landing. Copyright The Warburg Institute

80. (a), (b) Nos. 29–31 Old Burlington Street in 1935. Copyright Messrs. Gordon Jeeves

81. (a) Nos. 31–32 Old Burlington Street

(b) Nos. 4–6 Old Burlington Street

82. No. 29 Old Burlington Street

(a)—(c) West elevation, ground- and firstfloor plans. From drawings in the BurlingtonDevonshire Collection (VI/5/3,1,2) in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

83. No. 29 Old Burlington Street, west elevation, ground- and first-floor plans. From an engraving in Vitruvius Britannicus, vol. III, 1725, plate 10

84. No. 29 Old Burlington Street

(a) Design by Palladio. From a drawing by Palladio in the Burlington-Devonshire Collection (vol. XVII, no. II) in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

(b) West front in 1935. Copyright Messrs. Gordon Jeeves

85. (a) No. 29 Old Burlington Street, gateway. From an engraving in William Kent's The Designs of Inigo Jones, vol. 1, 1727, plate 59

(b) No. 30 Old Burlington Street, elevation. From a drawing in the Burlington-Devonshire Collection (VI/4) in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

86. No. 30 Old Burlington Street, staircase. Reproduced from fig. 145 of Decoration in England from 1660 to 1770, by Francis Lenygon, 1914. Copyright B. T. Batsford Ltd.

87. No. 30 Old Burlington Street, staircase compartment. Reproduced from fig. 144 of Decoration in England from 1660 to 1770, by Francis Lenygon, 1914. Copyright B. T. Batsford Ltd.

88. No. 31 Old Burlington Street

(a) Staircase hall

(b) Ground-floor front room

89. No. 31 Old Burlington Street

(a), (b) Ground-floor back room

90. (a) No. 32 Old Burlington Street, ceiling. From an engraving in William Kent's The Designs of Inigo Jones, vol. I, 1727, plate 66

(b) Chimneypieces at Burlington House, former No. 34 Old Burlington Street and No. 32 Old Burlington Street. From an engraving in William Kent's The Designs of Inigo Jones, vol. I, 1727, plate 63

91. (a) Former No. 34 Old Burlington Street, room elevation. From an engraving in William Kent's The Designs of Inigo Jones, vol. I, 1727, plate 67

(b) No. 4 Old Burlington Street, staircase hall

(c) No. 6 Old Burlington Street, staircase

92. (a) Nos. 16–18 Clifford Street

(b) Clifford Street, north side

93. No. 5 Clifford Street

(a) Staircase compartment

(b) First-floor landing

94. (a) No. 8 Clifford Street

(b) No. 7 Clifford Street. Copyright The National Buildings Record

95. (a), (b) No. 8 Clifford Street, staircase. Copyright The National Buildings Record

96. No. 8 Clifford Street, staircase, first-floor landing

97. (a)—(c) No. 8 Clifford Street, staircase hall details. Copyright The National Buildings Record

98. No. 8 Clifford Street

(a) Second-floor back room in 1915. Copyright The National Buildings Record

(b) First-floor front room in 1915. Copyright The National Buildings Record

99. No. 9 Clifford Street

(a) Front

(b) Hall. From a water-colour drawing by C. J. Richardson in the Guildhall Library

100. No. 9 Clifford Street

(a) Staircase landing. From a water-colour drawing by C. J. Richardson in the Guildhall Library

(b), (c) Staircase in 1943. L.C.C. photographs

101. Burlington School for Girls, Boyle Street

(a) Front. From an engraving in the possession of the Burlington School

(b) Doorcase. From a drawing in Sir John Soane's Museum, drawer 17, set 4, no. 4

(c) Staircase landing. From an undated photograph in the possession of the Burlington School

102. (a) Savile Row, west side, in c. 1898–1903. From a photograph in the possession of Henry Poole and Co.

(b) No. 1 Savile Row, elevation. From a drawing appended to a lease in the Chatsworth MSS.

(c) Savile Row. Copyright The National Buildings Record

(d) No. 1 Savile Row in 1912–13. Copyright The Royal Geographical Society

103. No. 1 Savile Row

(a), (b) First-floor front and back rooms in 1912 and 1913. Copyright The Royal Geographical Society

(c) Ceiling, ground-floor front room

(d) Ceiling, first-floor back room

104. No. 3 Savile Row

(a), (b) Ceiling, first-floor front room

(c) Ground-floor front room

(d) Ground-floor back room

105. No. 5 Savile Row

(a) First-floor landing. Undated L.C.C. photograph

(b) Ceiling, first-floor front room in 1913. L.C.C. photograph

(c) First-floor front room in 1913. L.C.C. photograph

106. (a) Nos. 12–15 Savile Row

(b) No. 14 Savile Row, doorway

107. No. 14 Savile Row

(a) First-floor front room

(b), (c) Staircase

108. Former No. 22–23 Savile Row

(a), (b) South front and detail. Undated photographs, copyright B. T. Batsford Ltd.

(c) North front. Undated photograph, copyright A. F. Kersting

109. Nos. 36–39 Savile Row

(a) Front of No. 38

(b) Show-room at No. 37

110. No. 3 New Burlington Street, drawingroom. From an engraving in Isaac Ware's A Complete Body of Architecture, 1756, plate 69

ALBANY

111. (a) Albany House, south front

(b) Design by Sir William Chambers for offices. From a drawing in the possession of the Trustees of Albany

112. (a) Unexecuted plan by Robert Adam. From a drawing in Sir John Soane's Museum, drawer 43, set 3, no. I

(b), (c) Basement and ground-floor plans by Sir William Chambers for Melbourne House. From a drawing in Sir John Soane's Museum, drawer 43, set 3

113. (a) Principal-floor plan by Sir William Chambers for Melbourne House. From a drawing in the possession of the Trustees of Albany

(b) Section of staircase by Sir William Chambers for Melbourne House. From a drawing in the Victoria and Albert Museum, 3422, A. 229

114. (a), (b) Screen at Piccadilly entrance. From drawings in Sir John Soane's Museum, drawer 17, set 7, nos. 4 and 5

115. (a) Ground-floor plan by Henry Holland. From a drawing in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Maps portfolio XII, no. 32

(b) First-floor plan by Henry Holland. From a drawing in the possession of the Trustees of Albany

116. (a) Shops, south end. From an engraving in the L.C.C. collection

(b) Shops at north end and Ropewalk. From a drawing in Sir John Soane's Museum, drawer 18, set 8, no. 9

117. (a), (b) North end

118. (a), (b) Ropewalk

119. (a) L 1

(b) Ceiling, L 1

(c) Hall, Albany House

(d) Doorcase in hall, Albany House

120. (a) Golden Square looking east. From an engraving in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio XVIII, sheet 1, no. 1

(b) Sutton Nicholls's view of Golden Square, 1754. From an engraving in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio XVIII, sheet I, no. 3

121. (a), (b) Golden Square, general views

122. (a) Plans and elevation of Colonel Thomas Savill's house in Broad Street. From a drawing in the Westminster City Library

(b) Houses in Broad Street. From a watercolour drawing by J. P. Emslie in the L.C.C. collection

(c) Panton Square. From a water-colour drawing by T. H. Shepherd in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio XVIII, sheet 4, no. 8

123. (a) Houses in Archer Street. From a watercolour drawing in the Westminster City Library

(b) Nos. 23–24 Golden Square

124. (a) No. 48 Great Marlborough Street

(b) No. 12 Great Marlborough Street

(c) No. 21 Great Marlborough Street. From a water-colour drawing of 1854 by T. H. Shepherd in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio XXIX, sheet 13, no. 31

(d) No. 13 Great Marlborough Street, back premises. From a water-colour drawing of 1888 by Appleton in the Westminster City Library

125. (a) Great Pulteney Street, general view

(b) Nos. 23–24 Great Pulteney Street

(c) Nos. 35–40 Great Pulteney Street

126. (a) Nos. 38–41 Brewer Street in 1933 (site later renumbered). From a photograph in the Crown Estate Office, plan rack 102/38

(b) Nos. 41–49 Lexington Street

(c) Nos. 48–58 Broadwick Street

127. (a) Heddon Street. From a drawing in the Westminster City Library

(b) Nos. 7–9 Wardour Street

(c) Nos. 27–31 Wardour Street

128. (a) Sackville Street, west side

(b) Nos. 9–14 Sackville Street

129. (a) Nos. 60–74 Broadwick Street

(b) Nos. 1–6 Dufour's Place

(c) Nos. 59–63 Broadwick Street

130. (a) Nos. 10–11 D'Arblay Street

(b) No. 63 Berwick Street

(c) Nos. 10–11 Livonia Street

(d) Nos. 149–165 Wardour Street

131. (a) No. 41 Beak Street

(b) No. 37 Carnaby Street

(c) No. 52 Berwick Street

(d) Nos. 5–6 Carnaby Street

132. (a), (b) Ground-floor and basement plans of Argyll House. From plans at Inveraray Castle in the possession of His Grace the Duke of Argyll

133. (a) Argyll House. From a water-colour drawing by T. H. Shepherd in the Crace Collection in the British Museum, Views portfolio XXIX, sheet 13, no. 32

(b) Great Marlborough Street, west end. From a water-colour drawing in the Westminster City Library

134. (a) No. 11 Golden Square

(b) Nos. 17–18 Golden Square. From a trade card in the Westminster City Library

(c) No. 6 Golden Square. From an undated photograph in the possession of Mr. George Pendle

135. (a) Ground-floor plan by Robert Mylne of Dr. William Hunter's house, Great Windmill Street. From a drawing in the possession of Sir Albert Richardson

(b) Lyric Theatre, premises in Great Windmill Street

(c) Dr. William Hunter's house, Great Windmill Street. From a water-colour drawing in the possession of the Royal College of Surgeons

136. (a) Perspective view of houses to be built in Shugg Lane, 1796. From a drawing in the Public Record Office, MPE 418. Reproduced by the Controller of H. M. Stationery Office. Crown copyright

(b) Nos. 33–36 Marshall Street

(c) Nos. 1–10 Newburgh Street

137. (a) No. 62 Brewer Street. From an undated photograph in the Westminster City Library

(b) No. 225 Oxford Street in 1908. L.C.C. photograph

(c) Nos. 9–12 Coventry Street in 1914. L.C.C. photograph

138. (a) Nos. 73–77 Beak Street

(b) No. 33 Shaftesbury Avenue

(c) Nos. 18–20 Coventry Street (Scott's Restaurant) in 1895. Copyright The National Buildings Record

(d) Lyons' Corner House, Coventry Street

139. (a) Archer Street Chambers

(b) Ingestre Buildings, Ingestre Place

(c) St. James's Dwellings, Ingestre Place

(d) Nos. 27–35 and Duke of Argyle public house, Brewer Street

140. (a) Nos. 53–54 Poland Street

(b) No. 53 Great Marlborough Street

(c) Electricity station, Carnaby Street

(d) Marshall Street Baths

141. (a) No. 18 Great Marlborough Street

(b) Nos. 1–5 Poland Street

(c) Nos. 34–36 Golden Square

(d) Ideal House, Great Marlborough Street

142. Staircases

(a) No. 54 Great Marlborough Street, in 1943. L.C.C. photograph

(b) No. 40 Brewer Street (later renumbered). From a drawing of 1902 by John Crowther in the Guildhall Library

(c) No. 50 Broadwick Street

143. (a) Ceiling, first-floor front room, No. 5 Argyll Place, in 1913. L.C.C. photograph

(b) Ceiling, first-floor front room, No. 8 Argyll Place, in 1913. L.C.C. photograph

(c) Chimneypiece, first-floor front room, No. 5 Argyll Place, in 1913. L.C.C. photograph

(d) Ceiling, first floor, No. 6 Argyll Place, in 1913. L.C.C. photograph

144. Ceiling, first-floor front room, No. 9 Argyll Place, in 1913. L.C.C. photograph

145. (a) Ceiling, first-floor back room, No. 8 Argyll Place, in 1913. L.C.C. photograph

(b) Ceiling, first-floor back room, No. 9 Argyll Place, in 1913. L.C.C. photograph

(c) First-floor front room, No. 63 Berwick Street, in 1919

146. Ceilings

(a) Design by Robert Adam for first-floor front room, No. 29 Sackville Street. From Sir John Soane's Museum, Adam drawings, vol. II, no. 257

(b) First-floor front room, No. 12 Sackville Street

(c) Ground-floor front room, No. 6 Golden Square

(d) First-floor front room, No. 11 Golden Square

147. Chimneypieces

(a) First-floor front room, No. 8 Argyll Place, in 1913. L.C.C. photograph

(b) First-floor front room, No. 7 Argyll Place, in 1913. L.C.C. photograph

(c) First-floor front room, No. 6 Argyll Place, in 1913. L.C.C. photograph

(d) First-floor front room, No. 11 Golden Square

(e) Ground-floor front room, No. 11 Golden Square

148. (a) Plan for Piccadilly Circus by Norman Shaw, 1904. From a drawing in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

(b) Design for the north side of Piccadilly Circus by Norman Shaw, 1904. From a drawing in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

149. (a) Plan for Piccadilly Circus by Norman Shaw, 1905. From a drawing in the Crown Estate Office, file 15419

(b) Plan for Piccadilly Circus by Norman Shaw, 1906. From an engraving in The Builder, 5 May 1906

150. (a) Norman Shaw's design for the Regent Street Quadrant, 1905. From a drawing by C. W. English in the library of the Royal Institute of British Architects

(b) Piccadilly Hotel, south front. Copyright A. F. Kersting

151. (a) Regent Street Quadrant in 1910. Copyright The National Buildings Record

(b) Swan and Edgar's

152. (a) County Fire Office before 1884. Copyright The Times

(b) Piccadilly Circus in 1909. Copyright The National Buildings Record

153. (a) Design by John Murray for Piccadilly Circus, 1910. From an engraving in the Crown Estate Office, file 15578

(b) Design by Sir Reginald Blomfield for Piccadilly Circus, 1936. From a drawing in the possession of Mr. Austin Blomfield

154. (a) Shaftesbury Memorial Fountain in 1893. Copyright The National Buildings Record

(b) Piccadilly Circus in 1910. Copyright The National Buildings Record

155. (a) Piccadilly Circus in 1928. Copyright The National Buildings Record

(b) Piccadilly Circus in c. 1935. L.C.C. photograph

(c) London Pavilion

156. Shaftesbury Memorial Fountain

(a) Sketch. From a letter in the L.C.C. Improvements Committee Papers, 25 Sept. 1889, item 24, bound in vol. IIa

(b) Sketch. From a drawing in the Crown Estate Office, file 14044

(c) Model for the base. From the model in the possession of the Royal Academy

(d) Model for figure. Reproduced by courtesy of the Trustees from the model in the Tate Gallery, London

157. Shaftesbury Memorial Fountain, model. From the model in the City of Perth Art Gallery and Museum. Photograph, Crown copyright

158. (a), (b) Shaftesbury Memorial Fountain. Copyright Jack Scheerboom

159. (a) Foubert's Place. From a water-colour drawing in the Westminster City Library

(b) Foubert's Place