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Plate 49

Page 49

Survey of London: Volume 41, Brompton. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1983.

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The Smith Charity Estate

a. Nos. 23 and 25 Pelham Place, 1843-4, 1902 (p. 96)

Figure 49a: Nos. 23 and 25 Pelham Place and Thurloe Houses, Pelham Place North, in 1902. Nos. 23 and 25 Pelham Place, 1843-4, 1902 (p. 96)

b. Thurloe Houses, Pelham Place North, 1844-5, in 1902 (p .94). Demolished

Figure 49b: Nos. 23 and 25 Pelham Place and Thurloe Houses, Pelham Place North, in 1902. Thurloe Houses, Pelham Place North, 1844-5, in 1902 (p .94).

Demolished

c. No. 14 Pelham Crescent (right) and Nos 2-14 (even) Pelham Place in 1957.

Figure 49c: No. 14 Pelham Crescent and Nos. 2–14 (even) Pelham Place in 1957. No. 14 Pelham Crescent (right) and Nos 2-14 (even) Pelham Place in 1957.

George Basevi, architect, James Bonnin, developer, 1837-8 (p. 96)