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Plate 4: Kensington Square, exteriors.

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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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Kensinton Square: Exteriors in (c) 1931–2

a. (Left). Nos. 11 and 12. Built by William Partridge, locksmith, c. 1700–2 (p. 16)

Figure 4a:

Kensington Square, exteriors.

Nos. 11 and 12. Built by William Patridge, locksmith, c. 1700–2 (p. 16)

b. (above). No. 13. Built (as two houses) 1850 for J. E. Davies.

Figure 4b:

Kensington Square, exteriors.

No. 13. Built (as two houses) 1850 for J. E. Davies.

William Brass and Sons, builders (p. 19)

c. No. 17. Built by Thomas Young, joiner and carver, 1686–7 (p. 22)

Figure 4c:

Kensington Square, exteriors.

No. 17. Built by Thomas Young, joiner and carver, 1686–7 (p. 22)

d. No. 27. (left) and 28. N0. 27 built 1833-4, William Crake, architect (P.33); No. 28 Built by John Kemp, woodmonger, c, 1698 (p. 35)

Figure 4d:

Kensington Square, exteriors.

No. 27. (left) and 28. N0. 27 built 1833-4, William Crake, architect (P.33); No. 28 Built by John Kemp, woodmonger, c, 1698 (p. 35)