Plate 133
Lansbury Estate, first phase, 1949-54

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Hermione Hobhouse (General Editor)

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1994

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133

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'Plate 133: Lansbury Estate, first phase, 1949-54', Survey of London: volumes 43 and 44: Poplar, Blackwall and Isle of Dogs (1994), pp. 133. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=46688 Date accessed: 01 November 2014.


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Lansbury Estate, First Phase, 1949–54

a (above left). The Blessed John Roche Catholic School, 1950–2, looking west along the dining-room block in 1993 (p. 234)


The Blessed John Roche Catholic School, Upper North Street, in 1993.

Plate 133a: The Blessed John Roche Catholic School, Upper North Street, in 1993.
(above left). The Blessed John Roche Catholic School, 1950–2, looking west along the dining-room block in 1993 (p. 234)

b. Lansbury Lodge, Old People's Home, Grundy Street, 1949–51.


Lansbury Lodge, Grundy Street, in 1951.

Plate 133b: Lansbury Lodge, Grundy Street, in 1951.
Lansbury Lodge, Old People's Home, Grundy Street, 1949–51.

Entrance hall and main staircase, and exterior from the south-west in 1951 (pp. 233–4)

c. Lansbury Lodge, Old People's Home, Grundy Street, 1949–51.


Lansbury Lodge, Grundy Street, in 1951.

Plate 133c: Lansbury Lodge, Grundy Street, in 1951.
Lansbury Lodge, Old People's Home, Grundy Street, 1949–51.

Entrance hall and main staircase, and exterior from the south-west in 1951 (pp. 233–4)

d (right). Susan Lawrence Primary School, 1949–51, south front in August 1951 (pp. 230–3)


Susan Lawrence Primary School, Cordelia Street, in 1951.

Plate 133d: Susan Lawrence Primary School, Cordelia Street, in 1951.
(right). Susan Lawrence Primary School, 1949–51, south front in August 1951 (pp. 230–3)