Plate 29

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English Heritage

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Hermione Hobhouse (General Editor)

Year published

1986

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29

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'Plate 29', Survey of London: volume 42: Kensington Square to Earl's Court (1986), pp. 29. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=50368 Date accessed: 21 September 2014.


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a. Roxburghe Mansions, No. 32 Kensington Court, in 1898.


Roxburghe Mansions, Kensington Court, in 1898.

Plate 29a: Roxburghe Mansions, Kensington Court, in 1898.
Roxburghe Mansions, No. 32 Kensington Court, in 1898.

Paul Hoffmann, architect, 1896-8 (p. 70)

b. Nos. 47-70, Cheniston Gardens in 1899.


Nos. 47–60 Cheniston Gardens in 1899.

Plate 29b: Nos. 47–60 Cheniston Gardens in 1899.
Nos. 47-70, Cheniston Gardens in 1899.

Rolfe and Matthews, architects, 1893-4 (p. 235)

c. Kent House, No. 34 Kensington Court, in 1975.


Kent House, Kensington Court, in 1975.

Plate 29c: Kent House, Kensington Court, in 1975.
Kent House, No. 34 Kensington Court, in 1975.

R. J. Worley, architect, John Grover and Son, builders, 1896-7 (p. 70)

d. No. 61 Kensington Court in c. 1893.


No. 61 Kensington Court in c. 1893.

Plate 29d: No. 61 Kensington Court in c. 1893.
No. 61 Kensington Court in c. 1893.

W. W. Gwyther, architect, 1891-2 (p. 69)