Plate 61: Upper Grosvenor Street

Survey of London: Volume 40, the Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair, Part 2 (The Buildings). Originally published by London County Council, London, 1980.

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Upper Grosvenor Street

a. No. 18, hall and staircase in 1974 (p. 228)

Figure 61d:

Upper Grosvenor Street

No. 18, hall and staircase in 1974 (p. 228)

b. No. 48, first-floor drawing-room in 1920's.

Figure 61b:

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No. 48, first-floor drawing-room in 1920's.

White Allom, decorators (p. 237)

c. No. 19, first-floor drawing-room in 1928, and hall in 1927.

Figure 61c:

Upper Grosvenor Street

No. 19, first-floor drawing-room in 1928, and hall in 1927.

M.C. Hulbert, architect, 1909–10 (p. 229)

d. No. 19, first-floor drawing-room in 1928, and hall in 1927.

Figure 61d:

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No. 19, first-floor drawing-room in 1928, and hall in 1927.

M.C. Hulbert, architect, 1909–10 (p. 229)