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STOCKWELL ORPHANAGE, CLAPHAM ROAD, STOCKWELL

Stockwell Orphanage was founded by Pastor C. H. Spurgeon and built from 1868-83 between Clapham Road and Stockwell Park Crescent. It later became known as Spurgeon's Homes. The dining-hall was enlarged and renamed the Spurgeon Memorial Hall in 1893. Photo-litho from the Building News, 12th April 1895.Ref: SP15/558/STO.3

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Image type:Lithograph
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Ref:00660
Original ref:SP15/558/STO.3
Date:c.1895

1876 - 1900BUILDINGS / ARCHITECTURECLAPHAMHOUSINGLithographSPURGEON- Rev.C.H.WELFARE AND SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS

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