Plate 37

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English Heritage

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F. H. W. Sheppard (General Editor)

Year published

1973

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Page

37

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'Plate 37', Survey of London: volume 37: Northern Kensington (1973), pp. 37. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=49923 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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a. Vestry Hall, Kensington High Street, 1851–2.


Vestry Hall, Kensington High Street.

Plate 37a: Vestry Hall, Kensington High Street.
Vestry Hall, Kensington High Street, 1851–2.

B. Broadbridge, architect (p. 37)

b. Town Hall, Kensington High Street, 1878–80.


Town Hall, Kensington High Street, in 1971

Plate 37b: Town Hall, Kensington High Street, in 1971
Town Hall, Kensington High Street, 1878–80.

R. Walker, architect (p. 37)

c. Public Library, Landbroke Grove, 1890–1, in 1900.


Public Library, Ladbroke Grove.

Plate 37c: Public Library, Ladbroke Grove.
Public Library, Landbroke Grove, 1890–1, in 1900.

T. Phillips Figgis and H. Wilson, architects (p. 345n.)

d. Charity School, Kensington High Street, 1711–12.


Charity School, Kensington High Street.

Plate 37d: Charity School, Kensington High Street.
Charity School, Kensington High Street, 1711–12.

N. Hawksmoor, architect (p. 36). Demolished



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