Plate 22

Survey of London: Volume 39, the Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair, Part 1 (General History). Originally published by London County Council, London, 1977.

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a. No. 39 Brook Street in 1971, showing front as altered by Jeffry Wyatt, c. 1821.

Figure 22a:

No. 39 Brook Street in 1971, showing front as altered by Jeffry Wyatt, c. 1821.

The shop front is of c. 1927

b. No. 2 South Street in 1927, from Park Lane. Façades designed by Sir Charles Barry, 1852.

Figure 22b:

No. 2 South Street in 1927, from Park Lane. Façades designed by Sir Charles Barry, 1852.

Demolished

c. Wood's Mews, design for stables for S.J.Loyd by George Stanley Repton, c. 1823

Figure 22c:

Wood's Mews, design for stables for S.J.Loyd by George Stanley Repton, c. 1823