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Plate 22

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Survey of London: Volume 42, Kensington Square To Earl's Court. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1986.

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a. No. 16. Young Street.

Figure 22a:

No. 16 Young Street, fragment of wallpaper in 1984.

No. 16. Young Street.

Fragment of a mid-eighteenth-century scenic wallpaper discovered on the first-floor landing in 1984 (p. 48). Now removed

b. Nos. 7-13 King (now Derry) Street (right to left) in c. 1929.

Figure 22c:

Nos. 7_13 King (now Derry) Street in 1929.

Nos. 7-13 King (now Derry) Street (right to left) in c.

1929. Nos. 8-12 built by John Skynner, Bricklayer, 1736-7 (p. 30).

c. James (now Ansdell) Street, looking south in 1898 (p. 52). Demolished

Figure 22c:

James (now Ansdell) Street in 1898.

James (now Ansdell) Street, looking south in 1898 (p. 52). Demolished