Plate 93

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English Heritage

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Author

F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

Year published

1975

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Page

93

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'Plate 93', Survey of London: volume 38: South Kensington Museums Area (1975), pp. 93. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=47637 Date accessed: 30 October 2014.


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a (above left). Nos. 33–37 (odd) Palace Gate, c. 1869–70, in 1972.


Nos. 33–37 (odd) Palace Gate in 1972.

Plate 93a: Nos. 33–37 (odd) Palace Gate in 1972.
Nos. 33–37 (odd) Palace Gate, c. 1869–70, in 1972.

F. P. Cockerell, architect (p.41)

b (above). Undated view of No. 8 Palace Gate, 1873–5. x


No. 8 Palace Gate.

Plate 93b: No. 8 Palace Gate.
Undated view of No. 8 Palace Gate, 1873–5.

J. J. Stevenson, architect. No. 6 on left (p. 46)

c (left), d (below left). No. 18 Hyde Park Gate: exterior in 1974, and drawing-room in c. 1908 when occupied by Solomon J. Solomon.


No. 18 Hyde Park Gate, exterior in 1974.

Plate 93c: No. 18 Hyde Park Gate, exterior in 1974.
No. 18 Hyde Park Gate: exterior in 1974, and drawing-room in c. 1908 when occupied by Solomon J. Solomon.

E. W. Cooke and R. Norman Shaw, architects(p. 36)

e (below right). Bleasdale (No. 10 Palace Gate), c. 1871 onwards, in early 20th century (p. 48). Demolished


No. 18 Hyde Park Gate, drawing-room in c. 1908.

Plate 93d: No. 18 Hyde Park Gate, drawing-room in c. 1908.
Bleasdale (No. 10 Palace Gate), c. 1871 onwards, in early 20th century (p. 48). Demolished



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