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ALFRED HOUSE, RECTORY GROVE, CLAPHAM

Alfred House viewed from H.Hopley White's garden. The house was in Rectory Grove, opposite the old rectory and was later run as a private school by Mr William Franks the vestry clerk. It was demolished c.1860. Hopley White was a distinguished lawyer and amateur artist who lived in The Firs, later demolished to create Fitzwilliam Road.Watercolour by Sophia Colson dated 1855.Ref: LP22/188/ALF.2

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Ref:07233
Original ref:LP22/188/ALF.2
Date:1855

1850 - 1875BUILDINGS / ARCHITECTURECLAPHAMHOUSINGOPEN SPACESWatercolour Painting

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