Plate 86

Survey of London: Volume 38, South Kensington Museums Area. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1975.

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'Plate 86', in Survey of London: Volume 38, South Kensington Museums Area, (London, 1975) pp. 86. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/survey-london/vol38/plate-86 [accessed 12 April 2024]

In this section

a. No. 45 Queen's Gate (p. 276): J. A. Jacoby's drawing-room in 1896

Figure 86a:

No. 45 Queen's Gate, drawing-room in 1896.

a. No. 45 Queen's Gate (p. 276): J. A. Jacoby's drawing-room in 1896

b. Nos. 27–30 (consec.) Queen's Gate Gardens in 1972: Nos. 27–28 (left) built 1862–3 by C. Aldin, Nos. 29–30 built 1872 by C. and W. Aldin (pp. 284, 285)

Figure 86b:

Nos. 27–30 (consec.) Queen's Gate Gardens in 1972.

Nos. 27–30 (consec.) Queen's Gate Gardens in 1972: Nos. 27–28 (left) built 1862–3 by C. Aldin, Nos. 29–30 built 1872 by C. and W. Aldin (pp. 284, 285)

c. No. 30 Queen's Gate Gardens, M. Montealegre's morningroom in 1896

Figure 86c:

No. 30 Queen's Gate Gardens, morningroom in 1896.

No. 30 Queen's Gate Gardens, M. Montealegre's morningroom in 1896