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Birmingham Union Workhouse, Birmingham

RIBA6134
Bateman, John Jones (1817-1903)
SOURCE: Builder, vol. 10, 1852 Jan. 31, p. 73

Kensington Union Workhouse, London

RIBA10011
Allom, Thomas (1804-1872)
SOURCE: Builder, vol. 6, 1848 Jan. 1, p. 6

Workhouse, West London Union, Upper Holloway, London

RIBA10249
Searle, Son & Yelf
SOURCE: Builder, vol. XXII, 1864 Dec. 3, p. 883

St James's workhouse between Poland Street and Marshall Street, Westminster, London: the women's common room

RIBA15515
SOURCE: R. Ackermann. The Microcosm of London (London, 1835), vol. III, pl. 96

St George's Union Infirmary, London

RIBA16117
Snell, Henry Saxon (1830-1904)
SOURCE: H. Saxon Snell. Charitable and parochial establishments (London, 1881), after p. 7

Design for an infirmary with circular wards

RIBA16120
Snell, Henry Saxon (1830-1904)
SOURCE: H. Saxon Snell. Charitable and parochial establishments (London, 1881), after p. 15

New schools and homes for children, Chorlton Union Workhouse, Nell Lane, Withington, Manchester

RIBA16938
Mangnall & Littlewoods
SOURCE: Building News, vol. 38, 1880 Jan. 23, p. 109

Holborn Union Workhouse, Merton Lane, Mitcham, London

RIBA17678
H. Saxon Snell & Son
SOURCE: Builder, vol. 51, 1886 Oct. 23, after p. 590 NOTES: The workhouse was demolished in the 20th century.

Contrasted residences for the poor

RIBA28442
SOURCE: Augustus Welby Pugin. Contrasts, or, A parallel of the noble edifices of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, and similar buildings of the present day (London, 1841) 2nd ed.

Design for Crayford Workhouse, London: elevation

RIBA31110
Repton, Humphry (1752-1818)
NOTES: This unexecuted design was produced by Repton for his son, the Reverend Edward Repton, curate at Crayford, whose congregation had requested a design for a replacement of the existing workhouse. The design is shown and discussed in Repton's 'Fragments on the theory and practice of landscape gardening' (1816).

Design for Crayford Workhouse, London: ground floor plan

RIBA65322
Repton, Humphry (1752-1818)
NOTES: This unexecuted design was produced by Repton for his son, the Reverend Edward Repton, curate at Crayford, whose congregation had requested a design for a replacement of the existing workhouse. The design is shown and discussed in Repton's 'Fragments on the theory and practice of landscape gardening' (1816).
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