Plate 37

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English Heritage

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Hermione Hobhouse (General Editor)

Year published

1994

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37

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'Plate 37', Survey of London: volumes 43 and 44: Poplar, Blackwall and Isle of Dogs (1994), pp. 37. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=46592 Date accessed: 23 July 2014.


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a. Nos 121–133 (odd) Grundy Street, left to right, in December 1938 (p. 210).


Nos 121–133 Grundy Street in 1938.

Plate 37a: Nos 121–133 Grundy Street in 1938.
Nos 121–133 (odd) Grundy Street, left to right, in December 1938 (p. 210).

Demolished

b. The George Green Almshouses, Nos 14–26 (even) Upper North Street, erected c1849, in 1986 (pp. 206–7)


The George Green Almshouses, Upper North Street, in 1986.

Plate 37b: The George Green Almshouses, Upper North Street, in 1986.
The George Green Almshouses, Nos 14–26 (even) Upper North Street, erected c1849, in 1986 (pp. 206–7)

c. Poplar Poor Law Union's General Relief Offices and Dispensary, Upper North Street, in c1900.


Poplar Poor Law Union's General Relief Offices and Dispensary, Upper North Street, in c1900.

Plate 37c: Poplar Poor Law Union's General Relief Offices and Dispensary, Upper North Street, in c1900.
Poplar Poor Law Union's General Relief Offices and Dispensary, Upper North Street, in c1900.

W. A. Hills & Son, architects, 1894 (p. 202). Demolished



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