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Plate 44: Elevations in stone, 1900–1914

Survey of London: Volume 39, the Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair, Part 1 (General History). Originally published by London County Council, London, 1977.

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Elevations in Stone, 1900–1914

a. No. 45 Grosvenor Square in 1910.

Figure 44a:

Elevations in stone, 1900–1914

No. 45 Grosvenor Square in 1910.

Edmund Wimperis and Hubert East, architects of front, 1902. Demolished

b. Nos. 16 (centre) and 17 (left) Upper Brook Street in 1913.

Figure 44b:

Elevations in stone, 1900–1914

Nos. 16 (centre) and 17 (left) Upper Brook Street in 1913.

Edmund Wimperis and J. R. Best, architects, 1907–13

c. Nos. 73 (centre right), 74 (left centre) and 75 (far left) South Audley Street in 1943.

Figure 44c:

Elevations in stone, 1900–1914

Nos. 73 (centre right), 74 (left centre) and 75 (far left) South Audley Street in 1943.

Front of No. 73 by Paul Waterhouse (1909), of No. 74 by Balfour and Turner (1908), and of No. 75 by Cyrille J. Corblet (1906–7)

d. Nos. 17–21 (consec.) Upper Grosvenor Street (right to left) in 1927.

Figure 44d:

Elevations in stone, 1900–1914

Nos. 17–21 (consec.) Upper Grosvenor Street (right to left) in 1927.

No. 17 by Balfour and Turner (1906–7); No. 19 by Maurice C. Hunbert (1909–10); No. 20 probably by Boehmer and Gibbs (1909); and No. 21 by Ralph Knott and E. Stone Collins (1908)