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Survey of London Monograph 14, the Queen's House, Greenwich. Originally published by Guild & School of Handicraft, London, 1937.

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For assistance in the preparation of this volume my thanks are due in the first place to the Commissioners of H.M. Works for placing their records, accounts and photographs at my disposal; and to Professor Geoffrey Callender and the Trustees of the National Maritime Museum for generous help and encouragement.

His Majesty the King has graciously allowed the picture of Greenwich in the Royal collection at Buckingham Palace to be reproduced (Plate 9).

Thanks are also due to the Commissioners of Crown Lands for permission to reproduce the Survey on Plate 12; to the Controller of H.M. Stationery Office for Plates 37 and 60; to the Trustees of the National Portrait Gallery, the Bodleian Library, All Souls' College, Oxford, Worcester College, Oxford, the Royal Institute of British Architects, Captain Bruce S. Ingram (S.N.R.), Mr. H. S. Pite, and the Trustees of the National Maritime Museum for permission to reproduce paintings, photographs and drawings; and to the Courtauld Institute of Fine Art for the photographs of the painted ceiling in the Queen's Bedchamber.

G. H. Chettle.