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Plate 80

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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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a. Nos. 20–26 (even) Clareville Gove, c. 1838–9, in 1972 (PP. 22–3)

Figure 80a:

Nos. 20–26 (even) Clareville Grove in 1972.

a. Nos. 20–26 (even) Clareville Gove, c. 1838–9, in 1972 (PP. 22–3)

b. Nos. 26–28 (consec.) Hyde Park Gate in 1972: No. 26 (extreme left) c. 1847, Nos. 27–28 c. 1841 (P. 34)

Figure 80b:

Nos. 26–28 (consec.) Hyde Park Gate in 1972.

Nos. 26–28 (consec.) Hyde Park Gate in 1972: No. 26 (extreme left) c. 1847, Nos. 27–28 c. 1841 (P. 34)

c. Nos. 10–14 (consec.) Hyde Park Gate, c. 1846–7, in early 20th century.

Figure 80c:

Nos. 10–14 (consec.) Hyde Park Gate.

Nos. 10–14 (consec.) Hyde Park Gate, c. 1846–7, in early 20th century.

Grissell and Peto, builders of Nos. 10–13 (PP. 34–5)

d. No. 29 Hyde Park Gate, garden front, in 1970, showing alterations and additions of 1928 by Sir E. Lutyens (PP. 33–4, 37)

Figure 80d:

No. 29 Hyde Park Gate, garden front, in 1970.

No. 29 Hyde Park Gate, garden front, in 1970, showing alterations and additions of 1928 by Sir E. Lutyens (PP. 33–4, 37)

e. Richard Redgrave in his studio at No. 27 Hyde Park Gate in 1884 (P. 34)

Figure 80e:

Richard Redgrave at No. 27 Hyde Park Gate.

Richard Redgrave in his studio at No. 27 Hyde Park Gate in 1884 (P. 34)