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Plate 94: Palace Gate

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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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PALACE GATE

a. No. 2, c. 1873–6, in 1974.

Figure 94a: Palace Gate No. 2, c. 1873–6, in 1974.

P. C. Hardwick, architect (p.44)

b. Nos. 4 and 6, 1873–4, (Salomons and Jones architects of No. 4) in 1972(pp. 44, 46)

Figure 94b: Palace Gate Nos. 4 and 6, 1873–4, (Salomons and Jones architects of No. 4) in 1972(pp. 44, 46)

c. No. 2: (Sir) J. E. Millais in his studio in 1884, and the drawing room alcove in 1881

Figure 94c: Palace Gate No. 2: (Sir) J. E. Millais in his studio in 1884, and the drawing room alcove in 1881

d. No. 2: (Sir) J. E. Millais in his studio in 1884, and the drawing room alcove in 1881

Figure 94d: Palace Gate No. 2: (Sir) J. E. Millais in his studio in 1884, and the drawing room alcove in 1881