Plate 62

Survey of London: Volume 36, Covent Garden. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1970.

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In this section

a. Corpus Christi Roman Catholic Church and Presbytery, Maiden Lane, 1873–4.

Figure 62a:

Corpus Christi Roman Catholic Church and presbytery, Maiden Lane.

F. H. Pownall, architect (p. 241)

b. No. 14 Burleigh Street, formerly vicarage of St. Micheal's 1859–60, in 1968.

Figure 62b:

No. 14 Burleigh Street.

W. Butterfield, architect (p. 224)

c. No. 12 Floral Street, formerly parish schools, in 1968 (p. 62)

Figure 62c:

No. 12 Floral Street.

d. St. Peter's Hospital, Henrietta Street, 1881–2, in 1968.

Figure 62d:

St. Peter's Hospital, Henrietta Street.

J. M. Brydon, architect (p. 238)