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TATE LIBRARY, SOUTH LAMBETH ROAD

The Tate Library, South Lambeth was opened by A. J. Mundella, M.P. on 1st December,1888. This library, one of three funded by Sir Henry Tate of Parkhill, Streatham, was built by architect Sidney R. Smith and builder B.E. Nightingale, costing almost £6,000. Some of the ornate Victorian design features have since been removed including the porch supported by caryatids. Digital image courtesy of Penelope Gretton, 2004.Ref: SPd 3956/22/160

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Collection:Penelope Gretton Collection
Image type:Photograph
Artist:Gretton
Ref:06256
Original ref:SPd3956/22/160
Date:2004

1976 to dateBUILDINGS / ARCHITECTURELIBRARIESPenelope Gretton CollectionPhotographSOUTH LAMBETH

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