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Plate 73: Working class housing

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Survey of London: Volume 26, Lambeth: Southern Area. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1956.

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Working Class Housing

a. Prince Consort's Model Lodge, Kennington Park, 1851-2.

Figure 73a:

Working class housing

Prince Consort's Model Lodge, Kennington Park, 1851-2.

Henry Roberts, architect (p. 34)

b. Peabody Buildings, Rosendale Road, 1901.

Figure 73b:

Working class housing

Peabody Buildings, Rosendale Road, 1901.

William Cubitt and Co., architects (p. 185)

c. Nos. 23-9 Dunbar Street, erected by the Lower Norwood Co-operative Building Company, 1865 (p. 173)

Figure 73c:

Working class housing

Nos. 23-9 Dunbar Street, erected by the Lower Norwood Co-operative Building Company, 1865 (p. 173)

d. Housing in Milkwood Road, 1869-72.

Figure 73d:

Working class housing

Housing in Milkwood Road, 1869-72.

W. G. Haborshon and A. R. Pite, architects (p. 138)