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Founder's Building, Royal Holloway College, Egham, Surrey

RIBA10643
Crossland, William Henry (1835-1908)
NOTES: Royal Holloway College was originally founded by Thomas Holloway and Elizabeth Jesser as a college for women, becoming part of the University of London in 1900. Following a merger with Bedford College in 1985 it became known as Royal Holloway and Bedford New College.

Jaeger shop, Birmingham

RIBA11100
Lennon, Dennis (1918-1991)

9 Henrietta Street, Dublin: the main staircase and plasterwork ceiling

RIBA11664
Burlington, Richard Boyle, 3rd Earl of (1694-1753)
NOTES: The house is said to be by Pearce based on Lord Burlington's design for 30 Old Burlington Street, London.

Details of a balcony balustrade, Kingston Lacy, Dorset

RIBA12118
Barry, Sir Charles (1795-1860)

Design for a garden balustrade with urns

RIBA12910
Roos, Alexander (c. 1810-1881)

Design for a garden balustrade with dolphins and seahorses

RIBA12911
Roos, Alexander (c. 1810-1881)

10 Seymour Place, Marylebone, London

RIBA14255
Milne, Oswald Partridge (1882-1968)

Chatsworth House, Derbyshire: the west front

RIBA14795
Archer, Thomas (1668-1743)
NOTES: William Talman was the architect for the south and east fronts, completed in 1689. The First Duke of Devonshire had the west front rebuilt in 1699-1702. It is not known who designed it but it is probably based on a design by Thomas Archer. The north front, with its bow front, was designed by Thomas Archer. The new Chatsworth was finished just before the Duke died in 1707.
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