Clapham Library, Clapham Common North Side, was built in a Neo-Flemish style by the architect E.B.I'Anson. The library cost Â£3,865 to build and an additional Â£1,000 to furnish. It was opened by Sir John Lubbock, Vice-chairman of the LCC, on 31st October 1889. The Library's forecourt contains the remains of a Roman altar, found in the grounds of Cavendish House on the South Side in 1907.Ref: LBL/DTP/UD/2/1/7/1
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