Plate 99: Secular Doorways

Page 99

An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in London, Volume 2, West London. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1925.

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Secular doorways.

HOLBORN: (6) GRAY'S INN. No. 7 Gray's Inn Place; c. 1697.

HOLBORN: (17) No. 41 GREAT ORMOND STREET. Early 18th-century.

WESTMINSTER: (39) No. 30 QUEEN ANNE'S GATE. c. 1704.

CHELSEA: (2) ROYAL HOSPITAL. N.E. wing, 1682–1690.

HOLBORN: (6) GRAY'S INN. No. 5 Gray's Inn Square, late 17th-century.

KENSINGTON PALACE. N. end of E. front, c. 1690.