Plate 13
Grosvenor Street

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English Heritage

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F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

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1980

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'Plate 13: Grosvenor Street', Survey of London: volume 40: The Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair, Part 2 (The Buildings) (1980). URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=42178 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Grosvenor Street

a. No. 18 in occupation of Hon. F. L. Bertie in 1896, his own room.


Grosvenor Street

Plate 13a: Grosvenor Street
No. 18 in occupation of Hon. F. L. Bertie in 1896, his own room.

Books include Foreign Office List, Bradshaw, Whitaker, Army List and Court Guide

b. No. 33 in occupation of A. Lichtenstadt in 1911, back drawing-room.


Grosvenor Street

Plate 13b: Grosvenor Street
No. 33 in occupation of A. Lichtenstadt in 1911, back drawing-room.

W. L. Lucas, architect; Howard and Sons, decorators (p. 41)

c. No. 52 in occupation of Lord Peel in 1927, double drawing-room.


Grosvenor Street

Plate 13c: Grosvenor Street
No. 52 in occupation of Lord Peel in 1927, double drawing-room.

Hooydonk and Company, decorators, 1902–4 (p. 50)

d. No. 70 in occupation of Lord Forres in 1930, garden room. Oliver Hill, architect (pp. 54–5)


Grosvenor Street

Plate 13d: Grosvenor Street
No. 70 in occupation of Lord Forres in 1930, garden room. Oliver Hill, architect (pp. 54–5)