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RAGGED SCHOOL’S PROPOSED SITE, DOUGHTY STREET, LAMBETH

Work-yard in Doughty Street (now Newport Street) Lambeth annotated; 'Site proposed for building the new Ragged School, SW view taken from the cowyard, showing in the foreground the 3 houses, the dust heap and sheds occupied by John Wright facing Adams' Row (back of houses in Broad Street).' The school was built by Henry Beaufoy in 1851 as a memorial to Eliza his wife who had taken an interest in the school when it was held in one of the arches.Watercolour by J.D. Wingfield, dated July 7th 1848.Ref: LP103 - IV/71/133/7

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Image type:Watercolour Painting
Artist:Wingfield
Ref:07308
Original ref:LP103 - IV/71/133/7
Date:1848

-Before 1850ANIMALSCOMMERCE AND INDUSTRYHOUSINGLAMBETHTRADEWatercolour Painting

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