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Plate 107

Page 107

Survey of London: Volume 38, South Kensington Museums Area. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1975.

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a. No. 167 Queen's Gate in 1891 when occupied by G. W. Davidson: entrance hall and drawing-rooms (p. 340)

Figure 107d: No. 167 Queen's Gate, interiors in 1891. No. 167 Queen's Gate in 1891 when occupied by G. W. Davidson: entrance hall and drawing-rooms (p. 340)

b. No. 167 Queen's Gate in 1891 when occupied by G. W. Davidson: entrance hall and drawing-rooms (p. 340)

Figure 107d: No. 167 Queen's Gate, interiors in 1891. No. 167 Queen's Gate in 1891 when occupied by G. W. Davidson: entrance hall and drawing-rooms (p. 340)

c. Queen's Gate looking south in c. 1901–11. Four houses on extreme left (Nos. 177–180 consec.) demolished.

Figure 107c: Queen's Gate in c. 1901–11. Queen's Gate looking south in c. 1901–11. Four houses on extreme left (Nos. 177–180 consec.) demolished.

d. Nos. 180–188 (consec.) Queen's Gate in c. 1901–11: Nos. 180 (right), 181–3, 184 and 185 demolished (pp. 333. 325, 342, 338, 305)

Figure 107d: Queen's Gate in c. 1901–11. Nos. 180–188 (consec.) Queen's Gate in c. 1901–11: Nos. 180 (right), 181–3, 184 and 185 demolished (pp. 333. 325, 342, 338, 305)