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Plate 70: Imperial Institute. Interior views in 1893– 5.

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

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IMPERIAL INSTITUTE, 1887–93.T. E., Collcutt, architect (p. 220). Demolished except for central tower

a. East staircase (panels painted by C. Fairfax Murray) and corridor in 1894

Figure 70a: Imperial Institute. Interior views in 1893_ 5 East staircase (panels painted by C. Fairfax Murray) and corridor in 1894

b. East staircase (panels painted by C. Fairfax Murray) and corridor in 1894

Figure 70b: Imperial Institute. Interior views in 1893_ 5 East staircase (panels painted by C. Fairfax Murray) and corridor in 1894

c. British India conference room (decorator, J. D. Crace) and Canadian conference room in 1895 and 1893

Figure 70c: Imperial Institute. Interior views in 1893_ 5 British India conference room (decorator, J. D. Crace) and Canadian conference room in 1895 and 1893

d. British India conference room (decorator, J. D. Crace) and Canadian conference room in 1895 and 1893

Figure 70d: Imperial Institute. Interior views in 1893_ 5 British India conference room (decorator, J. D. Crace) and Canadian conference room in 1895 and 1893