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Plate 60

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

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The Smith's Charity Estate

a. (above). Nos. 20-48 (even) Egerton Gardens (left to right), rear elevations, and communal garden in 1973.

Figure 60a:

Nos. 20–48 (even) Egerton Gardens, rear elevations in 1973.

Nos. 20-48 (even) Egerton Gardens (left to right), rear elevations, and communal garden in 1973.

M. C. Hulbert, architect, for Matthews Brothers, builder, 1888-90 (p .123)

b. (above right). Egerton Place in 1973.

Figure 60b:

Egerton Place in 1973.

Egerton Place in 1973.

Left half, Mervyn Macartney, architect, 1892-4; right half, Amos Faulkner, architect, for W. Willett, builder, 1894-7 (pp. 123-5)

c. (right). Nos. 27-49 (odd) Egerton Gardens (left to right) in 1982.

Figure 60c:

Nos. 27–49 (odd) Egerton Gardens in 1982.

Nos. 27-49 (odd) Egerton Gardens (left to right) in 1982.

M. C. Hulbert, architect, for Matthews Brothers, builders, except for No. 31 (T. H. Smith, architect), 1888-90 (pp. 122-3)