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Plate 37

Page 37

Survey of London: Volume 37, Northern Kensington. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1973.

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a. Vestry Hall, Kensington High Street, 1851–2.

Figure 37a:

Vestry Hall, Kensington High Street.

Vestry Hall, Kensington High Street, 1851–2.

B. Broadbridge, architect (p. 37)

b. Town Hall, Kensington High Street, 1878–80.

Figure 37b:

Town Hall, Kensington High Street, in 1971

Town Hall, Kensington High Street, 1878–80.

R. Walker, architect (p. 37)

c. Public Library, Landbroke Grove, 1890–1, in 1900.

Figure 37c:

Public Library, Ladbroke Grove.

Public Library, Landbroke Grove, 1890–1, in 1900.

T. Phillips Figgis and H. Wilson, architects (p. 345n.)

d. Charity School, Kensington High Street, 1711–12.

Figure 37d:

Charity School, Kensington High Street.

Charity School, Kensington High Street, 1711–12.

N. Hawksmoor, architect (p. 36). Demolished