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LARK HALL PUBLIC HOUSE, LARKHALL LANE, CLAPHAM

View looking north-east towards the Lark Hall public house on the Clapham Highway (now Larkhall Lane). A visitor to the tavern in 1839 noted: 'We visited this once romantic tavern the Lark Hall, but now a neighbourhood, and was not very well pleased with the landlord. He is a cross old chap, very unaccommodating, his gardens are good, and so are his new skittle grounds, the company tolerably good but plain.'Watercolour by J.M.Barralet (fl.1774-1786).Ref: SP22/608.LAR.1

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Collection:Clapham Antiquarian Society
Image type:Watercolour Painting
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Ref:07207
Original ref:LP22/608/LAR.1
Date:c.1785

-Before 1850ANIMALSBUILDINGS / ARCHITECTURECLAPHAMClapham Antiquarian SocietyINNS AND PUBLIC HOUSESWatercolour Painting

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