Plate 34

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English Heritage

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Author

Hermione Hobhouse (General Editor)

Year published

1994

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34

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'Plate 34', Survey of London: volumes 43 and 44: Poplar, Blackwall and Isle of Dogs (1994), pp. 34. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=46589 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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a. Cast-iron altar and parish safe, All Saints' Church (p. 178)


Cast-iron altar, All Saints' Church.

Plate 34a: Cast-iron altar, All Saints' Church.
Cast-iron altar and parish safe, All Saints' Church (p. 178)

b. All Saints' Rectory, Newby Place, exterior in 1987 and hall in 1990.


All Saints' Rectory, Newby Place, exterior in 1987 and hall in 1990.

Plate 34b: All Saints' Rectory, Newby Place, exterior in 1987 and hall in 1990.
All Saints' Rectory, Newby Place, exterior in 1987 and hall in 1990.

Charles Hollis, architect, 1822–3 (p. 180)

c. Esther Hawes Almshouses, Bazely Street, courtyard in 1935 (pp. 187–8).


Esther Hawes Almshouses, Bazely Street, in 1935

Plate 34c: Esther Hawes Almshouses, Bazely Street, in 1935
Esther Hawes Almshouses, Bazely Street, courtyard in 1935 (pp. 187–8).

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d. All Saints' Rectory, Newby Place, exterior in 1987 and hall in 1990.


All Saints' Rectory, Newby Place, exterior in 1987 and hall in 1990.

Plate 34d: All Saints' Rectory, Newby Place, exterior in 1987 and hall in 1990.
All Saints' Rectory, Newby Place, exterior in 1987 and hall in 1990.

Charles Hollis, architect, 1822–3 (p. 180)