Plate 52

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English Heritage

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F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

Year published

1980

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'Plate 52', 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=42217 Date accessed: 16 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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a. Shepherd's Place looking north to No. 22 Lees Place in 1976.


Shepherd's Place looking north to No. 22 Lees
Place in 1976.

Plate 52a: Shepherd's Place looking north to No. 22 Lees Place in 1976.
Nos. 1 and 3 Shepherd's Place on left (pp. 197–8)

b. No. 8 Lees Place in 1978. in 1978.


No. 8 Lees Place in 1978. in 1978.

Plate 52b: No. 8 Lees Place in 1978. in 1978.
Humphry Deane and Darcy Braddell, architects, 1934 (p. 197)

c. No. 4 Lees Place in 1932: Frederick Etchells, architect, 1930 (p. 197).


No. 4 Lees Place in 1932: Frederick
Etchells, architect, 1930 (p. 197).

Plate 52c: No. 4 Lees Place in 1932: Frederick Etchells, architect, 1930 (p. 197).
No. 3 on left

d. Nos. 91–103A (odd) Park Street in 1976: Wimperis and Simpson, architects, 1913–25 (p. 258).


Nos. 91–103A (odd) Park Street in 1976: Wimperis and Simpson,
architects, 1913–25 (p. 258).

Plate 52d: Nos. 91–103A (odd) Park Street in 1976: Wimperis and Simpson, architects, 1913–25 (p. 258).
Nos. 25 Green Street and 105–115 (odd) Park Street on extreme right

e. Stables at No. 3 Lees Place in 1890.


Stables at No. 3 Lees Place in 1890.

Plate 52e: Stables at No. 3 Lees Place in 1890.
J. T. Wimperis and Arber, architects, 1888–9 (p. 196)