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Plate 49: The Phillimore estate

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

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THE PHILLIMORE ESTATE

a. Linley Sambourne's house, Stafford Terrace, drawing-room in 1961 (p.65)

Figure 49d:

Edward Linley Sambourne's house, Stafford Terrace, interior in 1961.

Linley Sambourne's house, Stafford Terrace, drawing-room in 1961 (p.65)

b. Nos. 18–22 even Stafford Terrace, 1868–74. J. G. Davis, builder (p.65)

Figure 49b:

Nos. 18–22 (even) Stafford Terrace in 1971

Nos. 18–22 even Stafford Terrace, 1868–74. J. G. Davis, builder (p.65)

c. Linley Sambourne's house, Stafford Terrance, dining-room in 1961 (p. 65)

Figure 49d:

Edward Linley Sambourne's house, Stafford Terrace, interior in 1961.

Linley Sambourne's house, Stafford Terrance, dining-room in 1961 (p. 65)

d. Thorpe Lodge, Campden Hill, landing: W. K. Shirley, architect for embellishments of 1904–12 (p.70)

Figure 49d:

Thorpe Lodge, Campden Hill, interior in 1954.

Thorpe Lodge, Campden Hill, landing: W. K. Shirley, architect for embellishments of 1904–12 (p.70)