Plate 38
Barkers' and Derry and Toms' stores

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English Heritage

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Hermione Hobhouse (General Editor)

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1986

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38

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'Plate 38: Barkers' and Derry and Toms' stores', Survey of London: volume 42: Kensington Square to Earl's Court (1986), pp. 38. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=50377 Date accessed: 23 August 2014.


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Derry and Toms, and Barkers. Bernard George, architect

a. Aerial view of stores in c. 1935.


Barkers' and Derry and Toms' stores

Plate 38a: Barkers' and Derry and Toms' stores
Aerial view of stores in c. 1935.

Derry and Toms (1929-31) in right foreground; Barkers behind to left, with Ball Street block of 1927-9 to right of older building (pp. 93-8)

b. Derry and Toms (1929-31), frontage to Kensington High Street in occupation of Biba, 1974 (pp. 93-7)


Barkers' and Derry and Toms' stores

Plate 38b: Barkers' and Derry and Toms' stores
Derry and Toms (1929-31), frontage to Kensington High Street in occupation of Biba, 1974 (pp. 93-7)

c. Barkers, frontage to kensington High Street in 1959 (pp. 97-8)


Barkers' and Derry and Toms' stores

Plate 38c: Barkers' and Derry and Toms' stores
Barkers, frontage to kensington High Street in 1959 (pp. 97-8)