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E Beresford Chancellor Collection

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Portman Square, London, c1813 (1907)

Portman Square, London, c1813 (1907). Portman Square was originally laid out in the 1760s by Henry William Portman. Several prominent aristocrats had residences on the square

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Red Lion Square, London, 18th century (1907)

Red Lion Square, London, 18th century (1907). Situated on the boundary of Bloomsbury and Holborn, Red Lion Square was laid out in 1698. It was named after the Red Lion Inn

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Golden Square, London, 18th century (1907)

Golden Square, London, 18th century (1907). Golden Square in Soho was laid out in the late 17th century, probably to plans by Sir Christopher Wren

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Burlington House, Piccadilly, early 18th century, (1908). Artist: Johannes Kip

Burlington House, Piccadilly, early 18th century, (1908). Artist: Johannes Kip
Burlington House, Piccadilly, early 18th century, (1908). The buildings today house the Royal Academy of Arts. A print from The Private Palaces of London by E Beresford Chancellor, (Kegan Paul)

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Old Houses in Snowfields, Bermondsey, 1887 (1926). Artist: John Crowther

Old Houses in Snowfields, Bermondsey, 1887 (1926). Artist: John Crowther
Old Houses in Snowfields, Bermondsey, 1887 (1926). Showing The Angel public house on the corner of Snowsfields and Newcomen Street. From Lost London described by E. Beresford Chancellor

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Queen Caroline, 1820, (1928). Creators: Unknown, Thomas A Woolnoth

Queen Caroline, 1820, (1928). Creators: Unknown, Thomas A Woolnoth
Queen Caroline, 1820, (1928). Portrait of Caroline of Brunswick (1768-1821), queen consort of King George IV. From a drawing by Wageman. Engraving dated June 28th, 1820

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Demolishing Devonshire House, 1927. Creator: William Walcot

Demolishing Devonshire House, 1927. Creator: William Walcot
Demolishing Devonshire House, 1927. From " Disappearing London", by E. Beresford Chancellor, edited by Geoffrey Holme. [" The Studio" Limited, London, 1927]

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Waterloo Bridge, 1927. Creator: Percy Robertson

Waterloo Bridge, 1927. Creator: Percy Robertson
Waterloo Bridge, 1927. From " Disappearing London", by E. Beresford Chancellor, edited by Geoffrey Holme. [" The Studio" Limited, London, 1927]

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Piccadilly Circus, 1927. Creator: William Walcot

Piccadilly Circus, 1927. Creator: William Walcot
Piccadilly Circus, 1927. From " Disappearing London", by E. Beresford Chancellor, edited by Geoffrey Holme. [" The Studio" Limited, London, 1927]

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Piccadilly Circus, looking North, 1927. Creator: Randolph Schwabe

Piccadilly Circus, looking North, 1927. Creator: Randolph Schwabe
Piccadilly Circus, looking North, 1927. From " Disappearing London", by E. Beresford Chancellor, edited by Geoffrey Holme. [" The Studio" Limited, London, 1927]

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: The Bank, 1927. Creator: William Walcot

The Bank, 1927. Creator: William Walcot
The Bank, 1927. From " Disappearing London", by E. Beresford Chancellor, edited by Geoffrey Holme. [" The Studio" Limited, London, 1927]

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Piccadilly, 1927. Creator: Percy Robertson

Piccadilly, 1927. Creator: Percy Robertson
Piccadilly, 1927. From " Disappearing London", by E. Beresford Chancellor, edited by Geoffrey Holme. [" The Studio" Limited, London, 1927]

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: The Quadrant, Looking South, 1927. Creator: Randolph Schwabe

The Quadrant, Looking South, 1927. Creator: Randolph Schwabe
The Quadrant, Looking South, 1927. From " Disappearing London", by E. Beresford Chancellor, edited by Geoffrey Holme. [" The Studio" Limited, London, 1927]

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Old Battersea Bridge, From The North Bank, looking across the River Thames, London, 1885 (1926)

Old Battersea Bridge, From The North Bank, looking across the River Thames, London, 1885 (1926). Artist: John Crowther
Old Battersea Bridge, From The North Bank, looking across the River Thames, London, 1885 (1926). From Lost London described by E. Beresford Chancellor

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Houses on West Side of Church Street, Lambeth, Lambeth Bridge Road, London, c1874 (1926)

Houses on West Side of Church Street, Lambeth, Lambeth Bridge Road, London, c1874 (1926). Artist: John Crowther
Houses on West Side of Church Street, Lambeth, Lambeth Bridge Road, Lambeth, London, c1874 (1926). View showing shops and houses on what was formerly Church Street

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: The Surrey Chapel, Blackfriars Road, no 196 Blackfriars Road, Southwark, London, 1881 (1926)

The Surrey Chapel, Blackfriars Road, no 196 Blackfriars Road, Southwark, London, 1881 (1926). Artist: John Crowther
The Surrey Chapel, Blackfriars Road, no 196 Blackfriars Road, Southwark, London, 1881 (1926). The Surrey Chapel was a Methodist

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Ancient Tenements in Bermondsey Street, Bermondsey, London, 1886 (1926). Artist: John Crowther

Ancient Tenements in Bermondsey Street, Bermondsey, London, 1886 (1926). Artist: John Crowther
Ancient Tenements in Bermondsey Street, Bermondsey, London, 1886 (1926). View of shops and houses. From Lost London described by E. Beresford Chancellor

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Queens Bench Prison - The Prisoners Yard, Borough High Street, Southwark, London

Queens Bench Prison - The Prisoners Yard, Borough High Street, Southwark, London, 1879 (1926) Artist: John Crowther
Queens Bench Prison - The Prisoners Yard, Borough High Street, Southwark, London, 1879 (1926). The prison, formerly a debtors prison, closed in 1880. From Lost London described by E

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: The Yard of the Queens Head Inn, Borough, Southwark, London, 1880 (1926) Artist: John Crowther

The Yard of the Queens Head Inn, Borough, Southwark, London, 1880 (1926) Artist: John Crowther
The Yard of the Queens Head Inn, Borough, Southwark, London, 1880 (1926). From Lost London, pictured by J. Crowther, c1879-87 and described by E. Beresford Chancellor

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Kings Head Inn and Kings Head Inn Yard, Borough High Street, Southwark, London, 1879

Kings Head Inn and Kings Head Inn Yard, Borough High Street, Southwark, London, 1879. Artist: John Crowther
The Kings Head Inn, Borough, and Kings Head Inn Yard, Borough High Street, Southwark, London, 1879 (1926). From Lost London described by E. Beresford Chancellor

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Waterloo Bridge From Charing Cross Railway Bridge, 1888 (1926). Artist: John Crowther

Waterloo Bridge From Charing Cross Railway Bridge, 1888 (1926). Artist: John Crowther
Waterloo Bridge From Charing Cross Railway Bridge, 1888 (1926). From Lost London described by E. Beresford Chancellor. [The Chiswick Press for Constable and Company Limited, London, 1926]

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Holywell Street, Looking West, Westminster, London, 1882 (1926). Artist: John Crowther

Holywell Street, Looking West, Westminster, London, 1882 (1926). Artist: John Crowther
Holywell Street, Looking West, Westminster, London, 1882 (1926). From Lost London described by E. Beresford Chancellor. [The Chiswick Press for Constable and Company Limited, London, 1926]

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: The Strand, Opposite The Law Courts, Westminster, London, 1881 (1926). Artist: John Crowther

The Strand, Opposite The Law Courts, Westminster, London, 1881 (1926). Artist: John Crowther
The Strand, Opposite The Law Courts, Westminster, London, 1881 (1926). View of commercial premises. From Lost London described by E. Beresford Chancellor

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: View of a house, Cecil Street, Westminster, London, 1882. Artist: John Crowther

View of a house, Cecil Street, Westminster, London, 1882. Artist: John Crowther
Sir William Congreves House, South End of Cecil Street, Strand, Westminster, London, 1882 (1926). Cecil Street was removed for the construction of the Cecil Hotel

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Strand Lane, Looking Towards The River, 1926. Artist: John Crowther

Strand Lane, Looking Towards The River, 1926. Artist: John Crowther
Strand Lane, Looking Towards The River, London, c1880 (1926). From Lost London, pictured by J. Crowther, c1879-87 and described by E. Beresford Chancellor

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Golden Buildings, Strand, Westminster, London, c1880 (1926). Artist: John Crowther

Golden Buildings, Strand, Westminster, London, c1880 (1926). Artist: John Crowther
Golden Buildings, Strand, Westminster, London, c1880 (1926). From Lost London described by E. Beresford Chancellor. [The Chiswick Press for Constable and Company Limited, London, 1926]

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Nos 412-418 Strand, Westminster, London, 1887 (1926). Artist: John Crowther

Nos 412-418 Strand, Westminster, London, 1887 (1926). Artist: John Crowther
Old Houses in the Strand, Next to the Adelphi Theatre, Nos 412-418 Strand, Westminster, London, 1887 (1926). From Lost London described by E. Beresford Chancellor

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Spring Gardens from the Mall, Westminster, London, c1880 (1926). Artist: John Crowther

Spring Gardens from the Mall, Westminster, London, c1880 (1926). Artist: John Crowther
Spring Gardens from the Mall, Westminster, London, c1880 (1926). From Lost London described by E. Beresford Chancellor. [The Chiswick Press for Constable and Company Limited, London, 1926]

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Judge Jeffreys House, Delahay Street, Westminster, London, c1880 (1926). Artist: John Crowther

Judge Jeffreys House, Delahay Street, Westminster, London, c1880 (1926). Artist: John Crowther
Judge Jeffreys House, Delahay Street, Westminster, London, c1880 (1926). From Lost London described by E. Beresford Chancellor. [The Chiswick Press for Constable and Company Limited, London, 1926]

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Old Houses in Pye Street, Westminster, London, 1883 (1926). Artist: John Crowther

Old Houses in Pye Street, Westminster, London, 1883 (1926). Artist: John Crowther
Old Houses in Pye Street, Westminster, London, 1883 (1926). From Lost London, described by E. Beresford Chancellor. [The Chiswick Press for Constable and Company Limited, London, 1926]

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Lady D Acres Almshouses, garden front, c1880 (1926). Artist: John Crowther

Lady D Acres Almshouses, garden front, c1880 (1926). Artist: John Crowther
Lady D Acres Almshouses, garden front, London, c1880 (1926). From Lost London, pictured by J. Crowther, c1879-87 and described by E. Beresford Chancellor

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Map of Shoreditch, Norton Folgate and Cripplegate, (1907)

Map of Shoreditch, Norton Folgate and Cripplegate, (1907). A print from The History of the Squares of London Topographical and Historical by E Beresford Chancellor, Kegan Paul, Trench

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Charterhouse Square, London, 18th century (1907)

Charterhouse Square, London, 18th century (1907). St Pauls Cathedral can be seen in the right background. A print from The History of the Squares of London Topographical

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Spring gardens, site of Lowndes Square, London, c late 18th century (1907)

Spring gardens, site of Lowndes Square, London, c late 18th century (1907). A print from The History of the Squares of London Topographical and Historical by E Beresford Chancellor, Kegan Paul

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Cottages on the site of Eaton Square, London, c early 19th century (1907)

Cottages on the site of Eaton Square, London, c early 19th century (1907). Eaton Square was built as part of the development of Belgravia by the Grosvenor family

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Plan of the Grosvenor Estate, 1907

Plan of the Grosvenor Estate, 1907. A print from The History of the Squares of London Topographical and Historical by E Beresford Chancellor, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co Ltd, London, 1907

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: North side, Manchester Square, London, c19th century (1907)

North side, Manchester Square, London, c19th century (1907). Manchester Square in Marylebone was laid out in the 18th century

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Mrs Montagus House, Portman Square, London, 19th century (1907). Artist: Thomas Hosmer Shepherd

Mrs Montagus House, Portman Square, London, 19th century (1907). Artist: Thomas Hosmer Shepherd
Mrs Montagus House, Portman Square, London, 19th century (1907). Portman Square was originally laid out in the 1760s by Henry William Portman

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: The east side of Fitzroy Square, London, 1807 (1907)

The east side of Fitzroy Square, London, 1807 (1907). Fitzroy Square was developed in the late 18th and early 19th century by Charles Fitzroy, 1st Baron Southampton

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Queen Square, Bloomsbury, London, 1787 (1907)

Queen Square, Bloomsbury, London, 1787 (1907). Queen Square was laid out between 1716 and 1725. A print from The History of the Squares of London Topographical

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Russell Square and the statue of the Duke of Bedford, London, 19th century (1907)

Russell Square and the statue of the Duke of Bedford, London, 19th century (1907). Russell Square is named after the surname of the Dukes of Bedford, on whose land it was laid out

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: North front of Bedford House, Bloomsbury Square, London, 19th century (1907). Artist: Howlett

North front of Bedford House, Bloomsbury Square, London, 19th century (1907). Artist: Howlett
North front of Bedford House, Bloomsbury Square, London, 19th century (1907). Bedford House was originally known as Southampton House, and was the residence of the Earl of Southampton

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Southampton or Bloomsbury Square, London, 18th century (1907)

Southampton or Bloomsbury Square, London, 18th century (1907). Bloomsbury Square was laid out in the late 17th century by the Earl of Southampton, after whom it was originally named

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Plan of the parish of St Giles, London, 1907

Plan of the parish of St Giles, London, 1907. A print from The History of the Squares of London Topographical and Historical by E Beresford Chancellor, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co Ltd, London

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Wylds Globe, Leicester Square, London, 1851-1862 (1907)

Wylds Globe, Leicester Square, London, 1851-1862 (1907). Wylds Globe was built in 1851 at the time of the Great Exhibition by James Wyld, a distinguished geographer and MP

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Leicester Square, London, 1750 (1907)

Leicester Square, London, 1750 (1907). Leicester Square was developed in the 1670s. The large house with a forecourt in the top right hand corner of the square is Leicester House

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: The north and south sides of Soho Square, London, 1826 (1907)

The north and south sides of Soho Square, London, 1826 (1907). A print from The History of the Squares of London Topographical and Historical by E Beresford Chancellor, Kegan Paul, Trench

Background imageE Beresford Chancellor Collection: Cleveland House by St Jamess, London, 1799 (1907)

Cleveland House by St Jamess, London, 1799 (1907)
Cleveland House by St James s, London, 1799 (1907). A print from The History of the Squares of London Topographical and Historical by E Beresford Chancellor, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co Ltd



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