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Plate 38

Page 38

Survey of London: Volume 45, Knightsbridge. Originally published by London County Council, London, 2000.

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a. Strathnairn statue in 1910.

Figure 38a:

Strathnairn statue in 1910.

Strathnairn statue in 1910.

E. Onslow Ford, sculptor, 1895 (p. 81). Removed

b. 55–91 Knightsbridge, W. D. Caröe, architect, 1902: decorative details (above) and portrait busts of Edward VII, Queen Alexandra, Lord Kitchener, Lord Roberts, Archbishop Temple and Lord Salisbury (p. 29)

Figure 38b:

Nos 55–91 Knightsbridge, details.

55–91 Knightsbridge, W. D. Carõe, architect, 1902: decorative details (above) and portrait busts of Edward VII, Queen Alexandra, Lord Kitchener, Lord Roberts, Archbishop Temple and Lord Salisbury (p. 29)

c. 55–91 Knightsbridge, W. D. Caröe, architect, 1902: decorative details (above) and portrait busts of Edward VII, Queen Alexandra, Lord Kitchener, Lord Roberts, Archbishop Temple and Lord Salisbury (p. 29)

Figure 38c:

Nos 55–91 Knightsbridge, details.

55–91 Knightsbridge, W. D. Carõe, architect, 1902: decorative details (above) and portrait busts of Edward VII, Queen Alexandra, Lord Kitchener, Lord Roberts, Archbishop Temple and Lord Salisbury (p. 29)

d. 55–91 Knightsbridge, W. D. Caröe, architect, 1902: decorative details (above) and portrait busts of Edward VII, Queen Alexandra, Lord Kitchener, Lord Roberts, Archbishop Temple and Lord Salisbury (p. 29)

Figure 38d:

Nos 55–91 Knightsbridge, details.

55–91 Knightsbridge, W. D. Carõe, architect, 1902: decorative details (above) and portrait busts of Edward VII, Queen Alexandra, Lord Kitchener, Lord Roberts, Archbishop Temple and Lord Salisbury (p. 29)

e. 55–91 Knightsbridge, W. D. Caröe, architect, 1902: decorative details (above) and portrait busts of Edward VII, Queen Alexandra, Lord Kitchener, Lord Roberts, Archbishop Temple and Lord Salisbury (p. 29)

Figure 38e:

Nos 55–91 Knightsbridge, details.

55–91 Knightsbridge, W. D. Carõe, architect, 1902: decorative details (above) and portrait busts of Edward VII, Queen Alexandra, Lord Kitchener, Lord Roberts, Archbishop Temple and Lord Salisbury (p. 29)

f. 55–91 Knightsbridge, W. D. Caröe, architect, 1902: decorative details (above) and portrait busts of Edward VII, Queen Alexandra, Lord Kitchener, Lord Roberts, Archbishop Temple and Lord Salisbury (p. 29)

Figure 38f:

Nos 55–91 Knightsbridge, details.

55–91 Knightsbridge, W. D. Carõe, architect, 1902: decorative details (above) and portrait busts of Edward VII, Queen Alexandra, Lord Kitchener, Lord Roberts, Archbishop Temple and Lord Salisbury (p. 29)

g. 55–91 Knightsbridge, W. D. Caröe, architect, 1902: decorative details (above) and portrait busts of Edward VII, Queen Alexandra, Lord Kitchener, Lord Roberts, Archbishop Temple and Lord Salisbury (p. 29)

Figure 38g:

Nos 55–91 Knightsbridge, details.

55–91 Knightsbridge, W. D. Carõe, architect, 1902: decorative details (above) and portrait busts of Edward VII, Queen Alexandra, Lord Kitchener, Lord Roberts, Archbishop Temple and Lord Salisbury (p. 29)

h. 55–91 Knightsbridge, W. D. Caröe, architect, 1902: decorative details (above) and portrait busts of Edward VII, Queen Alexandra, Lord Kitchener, Lord Roberts, Archbishop Temple and Lord Salisbury (p. 29)

Figure 38h:

Nos 55–91 Knightsbridge, details.

55–91 Knightsbridge, W. D. Carõe, architect, 1902: decorative details (above) and portrait busts of Edward VII, Queen Alexandra, Lord Kitchener, Lord Roberts, Archbishop Temple and Lord Salisbury (p. 29)

i. 55–91 Knightsbridge, W. D. Caröe, architect, 1902: decorative details (above) and portrait busts of Edward VII, Queen Alexandra, Lord Kitchener, Lord Roberts, Archbishop Temple and Lord Salisbury (p. 29)

Figure 38i:

Nos 55–91 Knightsbridge, details.

55–91 Knightsbridge, W. D. Carõe, architect, 1902: decorative details (above) and portrait busts of Edward VII, Queen Alexandra, Lord Kitchener, Lord Roberts, Archbishop Temple and Lord Salisbury (p. 29)