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Plate 99

Page 99

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

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a. Nos. 10-3 (consec.) Child's Place (left to right), c. 1854-5, between the war (p. 219)

Figure 99a: Nos. 10–13 (consec.) Child's Place. Nos. 10-3 (consec.) Child's Place (left to right), c. 1854-5, between the war (p. 219)

b. Nos. 4 (left) and 5 Child's Place in 1975.

Figure 99b: Nos. 4 and 5 Child's Place in 1975. Nos. 4 (left) and 5 Child's Place in 1975.

Henry King builder of No.4, 1872-3, and S. Benstead builder of No. 5, 1879 (p. 221)

c. Nos. 9-13 (consec.) Child's Place (left to right), c. 1854-5, in 1978 (p. 219)

Figure 99c: Nos. 9–13 (consec.) Child's Place in 1978. Nos. 9-13 (consec.) Child's Place (left to right), c. 1854-5, in 1978 (p. 219)

d. Nos. 18-20 (consec.) Child's Place (left to right) in 1975.

Figure 99d: Nos. 18–20 (consec.) Child's Place in 1975. Nos. 18-20 (consec.) Child's Place (left to right) in 1975.

Thomas Huggett and Thomas Hussey, builder, 1866 (p. 220)

e. Nos. 23-33 (odd) Kenway Road (left to right) in 1970 (pp. 218, 219)

Figure 99e: Nos. 23–33 (odd) Kenway Road in 1970. Nos. 23-33 (odd) Kenway Road (left to right) in 1970 (pp. 218, 219)