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Description of the plates

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Survey of London Monograph 7, East Acton Manor House. Originally published by Guild & School of Handicraft, London, 1921.

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DESCRIPTION OF THE PLATES.

Plate No. 1—(Frontispiece)—Painting belonging to the Goldsmiths' Company.

Plate No. 2—East Acton, from Rocque's Map, 1745.

Plate No. 3—Plan of House (ground floor) measured by G. H. Lovegrove.

Plate No. 4—View from the South-west. Photograph by George Trotman.

Plate No. 5—Southern and Western fronts. Photograph by Francis R. Taylor.

Plate No. 6—Centre of Western front. Photograph by Francis R. Taylor.

Plate No. 7—Southern front. Photograph lent by Mr. W. King Baker.

Plate No. 8—View of Eastern front. Photograph by George Trotman.

Plate No. 9—East Entrance front. Photograph lent by Mr. W. King Baker.

Plate No. 10—Doorway to Eastern entrance. Photograph by Francis R. Taylor.

Plate No. 11—Entrance Doorway. Measured drawing by Francis R. Taylor.

Plate No. 12—Northern front. Photograph lent by Mr. W. King Baker.

Plate No. 13—North entrance. Photograph by Francis R. Taylor.

Plate No. 14—Staircase, ground floor. Photograph lent by Mr. W. King Baker.

Plate No. 15—Staircase, upper part. Photograph by George Trotman.

Plate No. 16—Landing. Photograph lent by Mr. W. King Baker.

Plate No. 17—(a) A carved Overmantel and Stone Fireplace. Photograph.

(b) An Overmantel showing "Atalanta's Race." Photograph by George Trotman.

Plate No. 18—Interior of the Hall. From a water-colour by M. Mead.

Plate No. 19—Panelling, and Doorway. Photograph.

Plate No. 20—Memorial Tablet to Lady Conway. Photograph by Francis R. Taylor.

Tailpiece—Arms of the Goldsmiths' Company. Drawn by G. Gordon Godfrey.

Drawing in the text by G. Hickes Oliver.