By W A Eden, Marie P G Draper, W F Grimes and Audrey Williams. An account of Brooke House in the parish of Hackney. Built in the fifteenth century, it was held by, amongst others, Thomas Cromwell. Used as an asylum between 1759 and 1940, it was demolished as a result of bomb damage in 1954-5.
Survey of London. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1960.
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