Plate 71

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

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In this section

a. No. 22 Henrietta Street (1857–8, Charles Gray, architect) and (right) Nos. 23 and 24 Henrietta Street (1885–6, Spencer Chadwick, architect) in 1968 (pp. 237–8)

Figure 71a:

Nos. 22–24 (consec.) Henrietta Street.

b. Nos. 2–6 (even) Catherine Street, 1902–5, in 1968.

Figure 71b:

Nos. 2–6 (even) Catherine Street.

H. H. Statham, architect (p. 201)

c. Nos. 10–13 (consec.) Bedford Street, 1911, in 1968.

Figure 71c:

Nos. 10–13 (consec.) Bedford Street.

E. Keynes Purchase, architect (p. 259)

d. Nos. 23 and 24 (left, 1882 and 1887) and No. 25 (1912–13, Crickmay and Sons, architects) Maiden Lane (pp. 250, 262)

Figure 71d:

Nos. 23–25 (consec.) Maiden Lane.