List of illustrations

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English Heritage

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Walter H. Godfrey and W. McB. Marcham (editors)

Year published

1952

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19-21

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'List of illustrations', Survey of London: volume 24: The parish of St Pancras part 4: King’s Cross Neighbourhood (1952), pp. XIX-XXI. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=65557 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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1.No. 7, Guilford Place, lampstandard. Drawing by A. R. Hansen (London County Council)30
2.Nos. 21 and 84, Guilford Street, fanlights. Drawings by A. R. Hansen (London County Council)32
3.Nos. 80, 27, 77 and 79, Guilford Street, balconies. Drawings by A. R. Hansen (London County Council)33
4.No. 23, Guilford Street, lampstandard. Drawing by A. R. Hansen (London County Council)34
5.Nos. 26 and 92, Guilford Street, lampstandards. Drawings by A. R. Hansen (London County Council)35
6.No. 16, Grenville Street, elevation of house and shop. Drawing by Anne Splaine (National Buildings Record)44
7.Nos. 29, Doughty Street, 13, Grenville Street, 8, Guilford Place, and 54, Millman Street, fanlights. Drawings by A. R. Hansen (London County Council)45
8.No. 19, Bernard Street, fanlight. Drawing by A. R. Hansen (London County Council)46
9.Nos. 33 and 17, Bernard Street, balconies. Drawings by A. R. Hansen (London County Council)46
10.No. 8, Mecklenburgh Square, elevation. Drawing by R. G. Absolon (London County Council)47
11.No. 17, Mecklenburgh Square, fanlight. Drawing by A. R. Hansen (London County Council)48
12.No. 26, Mecklenburgh Square, lampstandard. Drawing by A. R. Hansen (London County Council)48
13.No. 48, Doughty Street, elevation. Drawing by Anne Splaine (National Buildings Record)50
14.No. 48, Doughty Street, fireplaces, morning room and study. Drawings by Anne Splaine (National Buildings Record)51
15.No. 48, Doughty Street, staircase. Drawing by Anne Splaine (National Buildings Record)51
16.No. 37, Doughty Street, lampstandard. Drawing by A. R. Hansen (London County Council)51
17.Finials to iron railings. Drawings by F. A. Evans (London County Council)55
18.Holy Trinity Church, Gray's Inn Road. Drawing by F. A. Evans (London County Council)59
19.Nos. 18 to 22, Calthorpe Street, elevations. Drawing by A. R. Hansen (London County Council)61
20.Nos. 17 and 19, Ampton Street, elevations. Drawing by A. J. North (London County Council)63
21.Nos. 42 to 58 and 33 to 49, Frederick Street, elevations. Drawings by A. J. North (London County Council)65
22.Church of St. Peter, Regent Square. Plan by Cecil Brown (National Buildings Record)73
23.Nos. 13 and 14, Regent Square, elevations. Drawing by Anne Splaine (National Buildings Record)74
24.Nos. 16 and 17, Regent Square, elevations. Drawing by Anne Splaine (National Buildings Record)75
25.Skinners' Company (Sandhills) Estate, plans, 1785 and 1898. From Rivington's History of Tonbridge School83
26.No. 91, Judd Street, doorway. Drawing by Anne Splaine (National Buildings Record)85
27.Nos. 87, 89 and 91, Judd Street, elevations. Drawing by Anne Splaine (National Buildings Record)86
28.No. 95, Judd Street, shopfront. Drawing by F. A. Evans (London County Council)86
29.Balcony from a house in Judd Street. Drawing by F. A. Evans (London County Council)87
30.No. 63, Acton Street, and No. 306, Gray's Inn Road, elevation. Drawing by A. R. Hansen (London County Council)97
31.No. 69, Swinton Street, elevation. Drawing by R. G. Absolon (London County Council)98
32.Nos. 4 to 8, Swinton Street, elevations. Drawing by R. G. Absolon (London County Council)99
33.Nos. 72 to 64, Swinton Street, elevation. Drawing by Anne Splaine (National Buildings Record)100
34.Suspension Railway, Royal Panharmonium Gardens. Heal Collection.104
35.Nos. 40 and 41, Argyle Square, elevation. Drawing by A. R. Hansen (London County Council)105
36.Types of balconies, Argyle Square. Drawing by A. R. Hansen (London County Council)106
37.Nos. 7 and 8, Belgrove Street. Elevation by A. R. Hansen (London County Council)108
38.Nos. 1, 2 and 3, Crestfield Street. Elevation by R. G. Absolon (London County Council)109
39.No. 277, Gray's Inn Road. Elevation by A. J. North (London County Council)111
40.Fanlights at Nos. 40, Argyle Square, 22, Argyle Street, 2, Crestfield Street, and 7, Belgrove Street. Drawings by A. R. Hansen (London County Council)113
41.All Saints', Camden Town. Plan by Leslie W. Cook (National Buildings Record)137
42.St. Michael's, Camden Town. Plan by Anne Splaine (National Buildings Record)138
43.St. Barnabas', Kentish Town. Plan by Anne Splaine (National Buildings Record)142
44.St. Martin's, Gospel Oak. Plan by Anne Splaine (National Buildings Record)144
45.St. Thomas', Wrotham Road. Plan by Anne Splaine (National Buildings Record)146

HERALDIC ILLUSTRATIONS

BREWERS, WORSHIPFUL COMPANY OF (p.124)Gules a chevron argent between three pairs of barley-sheaves crossed in saltire or with three tuns sable on the chevron.
FITZROY, BARON-SOUTHAMPTON (p. 80)The arms of Fitzroy, Duke of Grafton (which are King Charles II's arms with the difference of a baton sinister gobony argent and azure) with a crescent for cadency.
FOUNDLING HOSPITAL (p. 10)Party fesswise azure and vert a young child lying naked and exposed, extending its right hand proper. In chief a crescent argent between two mullets or.
GOUGH-CALTHORPE, BARON CALTHORPE (p. 57)Quarterly: 1 and 4, cheeky or and azure a fess ermine, for CALTHORPE; 2 and 3, gules on a fess argent between three boars' heads couped or a lion passant argent for GOUGH.
JUDD (p. 84)Gules a ragged fess between three boars' heads couped at the neck.
PLATT (p. 124)Or fretty sable with a plate at each crossing of the fret.
PRATT, MARQUESS CAMDEN (p. 134)Quarterly: 1 and 4, sable on a fess between three elephants' heads erased argent three mullets sable for PRATT; 2 and 3, sable a chevron between three spearheads argent with drops of blood on the points for JEFFREYS.
ROYAL COLLEGE OF VETERINARY SURGEONS (p. 139)Argent a cross engrailed gules between a horse's head erased in the first quarter, an arrow in bend entwined by and piercing a serpent in the second, a horse-shoe in the third all proper and a bull's head erased sable in the fourth.
RUSSELL, DUKE OF BEDFORD (p. 128)Argent a lion gules, on a chief sable three escallops argent.
SKINNERS, WORSHIPFUL COMPANY OF (p. 83)Ermine, a chief gules with three princes' coronets or having caps of ermine and tassels or therein.
SOMERS-COCKS, EARL SOMERS (p. 118)Sable a chevron between three stags' attires argent.


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