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The Society’s journal, “The London Topographical Record”, started life in 1898-1900 as a series of three annual publications entitled “The Illustrated Topographical Record of London” which aimed to place on record the various changes and demolitions that had occurred in London between 1870 and 1900.  They contain a wealth of description and illustration of a London which would otherwise have been lost to the modern reader.  Thanks to the HathiTrust Digital Library in the USA you can read these early publications online below.

The illustrated Record morphed into the “London Topographical Record” in 1903 which the Society has continued to publish over the years and is currently on its 31st rendition which was published in 2015.  Each volume contains a number of scholarly essays on London’s topographical history which are far-ranging in scope, from “The Prosecution of the Earl of Bedford” (Vol 29) to “The Middlesex Bomb Damage Maps 1940-1945” (Vol 30) and “Hyde Park Corner: Breaking a Nineteenth-Century Bottleneck” (Vol 28) to “The Reconstructed Map of London under Richard II” (Vol 22).

Volume 32 is due to be published in 2021.

London Topographical Record, XXXI

London Topographical Record, XXXI

Publication no: 176
Format: Hardback
Pages: 218
Publication date: 2015
Size: 18 × 25.5 cm

81 maps and illustrations (19 in colour).  Contains essays on:

  • Seen through the Eyes of the Law: Judicial Records as Evidence for London’s Physical Environment, 1272-1327, by Henry Summerson
  • Wren, Hawksmoor and the Roman Baroque in London, by Kerry Downes
  • Henry VII’s Almshouse at Westminster, by Christine Merie Fox
  • New Light on Ralph Treswell, by Dorian Gerhold
  • From Timber to Plaster: Indigo Jones’ Ceiling Designs and London Artisans in the 1630s, by Clare Gapper
  • London Addresses for Eight-six Members of Parliament for 1735, by Clyve Jones
  • Arches of Triumph: James VI and I’s (Unfortunate) Ceremonial Entry into the City of London, 1604, by Ann Saunders
  • Not the Royal Exchange, by Derek Keene
  • John Coffyn and Neville’s Court, Fetter Lane, by Dorian Gerhold
  • A New Discovery, a Portion of the Lost Chiswick Enclosure Map, by Tracey Logan
  • Willan’s Farm, Regents Park – in Memoriam, by Ann Saunders
  • 35 Paternoster Row, by Sheila O’Connell
  • Remembering the Father of Reform: the Cartwright Memorial at St Mary-at-Finchley, by Roger Bowdler
  • Hermione Hobhouse: An Obituary, by Gill Channer
  • Anthony Moss: An Obituary, by Penelope Hunting

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London Topographical Record, XXX

London Topographical Record, XXX

Publication no: 169
Format: Hardback
Pages: 268
Publication date: 2010
Size: 18 × 25.5 cm

75 maps and illustrations (45 in colour).  Contains essays on:

  • Public Punishment and Urban Space in Early Tudor London, by Stuart Minson
  • The Tower Hill Almshouses of the Merchant Taylors’ Company, by Stephen Freeth
  • A List of the London Houses of the Nobility of England in 1680, by Clyve Jones
  • Fixtures and Fittings from City of London Churches, by Julian W.S. Litten
  • The London Rairey Shows of 1724, by Peter Ross
  • America Square: A Question without an answer and a Review, byStephen W. Massil
  • Jean Claude Nattes in London, by Aidan Flood
  • The London Society and the Development Plan for Greater London, by Lucy E. Hewitt
  • The Middlesex Bomb Damage Maps 1940-1945, by Robin Woolven
  • David John Johnson: an Obituary, by Harry S. Cobb
  • Mary Veronica Stokes: an Obituary, by Ann Saunders

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London Topographical Record, XXIX

London Topographical Record, XXIX

Publication no: 165
Format: hardback
Pages: 236
Publication date: 2006
Size: 18 × 25.5 cm

59 maps and illustrations (12 in colour).  Contains essays on:

  • The Prosecution of the Earl of Bedford (Diane Duggan)
  • London in Miniature – Medallic Panoramas of London 1633–1795 (Peter Barber)
  • The London Topography of the Parliamentary Elite: Addresses for Peers and Bishops for 1706 and 1727-8 (Clyve Jones)
  • The Beake House Revealed: The History of a Dutch Merchant’s House, 32 Botolph Lane, London (N.W. Alcock and Mireille Galinou)
  • ‘Silly Prejudices’, ‘Peevish Obstinacy’, and ‘Knavery’: A Survey of Marylebone in 1738 (Richard Bowden)
  • Archbishop Tenison’s Library in St Martin’s-in-the-Fields: The Building and its History (Peter Hoare)
  • Fire at Providence Chapel, Little Titchfield Street, in 1810 (Richard Bowden)
  • A German Intelligence Map of London of 1944 (Roger Cline and Robin Woolven)
  • Peter Jackson: an Obituary (Denise Silvester-Carr)
  • Cecil Farthing: an Obituary (Stephen Croad)

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London Topographical Record, XXVIII

London Topographical Record, XXVIII

Publication no: 157
Format: quarter cloth
Pages: 255
Publication date: 2001
Size: 14.5 × 22 cm

Contains papers on:

  • St Paul’s and its Architecture (Kerry Downes)
  • Before and after Drury House: Development of a Suburban Town House 1250–1800 (Patricia Croot)
  • The First Printed ‘Directory’ of British Politicians (Clyve Jones) Oxford Street Two Hundred Years Ago: the Portland Estate Block Plans c.1805–1870 (Richard Bowden)
  • Amateurs, Antiquaries and Tradesmen: a Context for Photographic History in London (Ian Leith)
  • The Photographic Studios of Regent Street 1850–1875 (David Webb)
  • London Diarists (Heather Creaton)
  • Maps, Prints, Presses and the Merchant Taylors in the Seventeenth Century (Laurence Worms)
  • Hyde Park Corner: Breaking a Nineteenth-Century Bottleneck (M.H. Port)
  • St Paul’s in Wartime (Noel Mander and Ann Saunders)
  • Felix Barker: an obituary (Denise Silvester-Carr)

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London Topographical Record, XXVII

London Topographical Record, XXVII

Publication no: 149
Format: quarter cloth
Pages: 367
Publication date: 1995
Size: 14.5 × 22 cm

Contains papers on:

  • The Beginnings of an Early Victorian Suburb (Sir John Summerson)
  • St John’s Wood: the Eyre Estate before 1830 (Malcolm Brown)
  • Mountjoy’s Inn, Fenchurch Street (Caroline Dalton)
  • A Glimpse of the Earliest Map-View of London? (Peter Barber)
  • Ralph Treswell’s Association with St Bartholomew’s Hospital (Judith Etherton)
  • Frederick Crace’s Plans, Elevations and Sections of the Churches of London (Paul Jeffery)
  • Church of St Michael Cornhill (K.E. Campbell)
  • Hartshorn Lane and Angel Court, c.1614–c.1720 (Ann Cowper-Coles)
  • Charles Dingley and his Limehouse Sawmill (John H. Appleby)
  • Angel Court and its Development to 1985 (D.E. Wickham)
  • Building Development in Mile End Old Town, 1660–1820 (Isobel Watson)
  • The Secret Map of the County of London, 1926 (Christopher Board)
  • Forbes House, Halkin Street (Ann Saunders)
  • The Role of a Topographical Society (Simon Morris)

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London Topographical Record, XXVI

London Topographical Record, XXVI

Publication no: 141
Format: quarter cloth
Pages: 369
Publication date: 1990
Size: 14.5 × 22 cm

40 maps and illustrations.  Contains essays on:

  • The Topography of St Paul’s Precinct 1200-1500
  • Four Plans of Southwark in the Time of Stow
  • Whitehall Palace and King Street, Westminster
  • Moorfields, Finsbury and the City of London in the Sixteenth Century
  • The Broadway Chapel, Westminster: a Forgotten Exemplar
  • Some Notes on Hollar’s Prospect of London and Westminster Taken from Lambeth
  • Guidebooks to London before 1800: a Survey
  • Sources for London History at the India Office Library and Records
  • London Illustrations in the Gentleman’s Magazine, 1746–1863
  • Richard Horwood’s Plan of London: a Guide to Editions and Variants, 1792–1819
  • The Museum in Docklands
  • Centre for Metropolitan History
  • Obituaries and Bibliographies of William Francis Grimes, Philip David Whitting and Priscilla Metcalf

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London Topographical Record, XXV

London Topographical Record, XXV

Publication no: 132
Format: quarter cloth
Publication date: 1985
Size: 22 × 14.5 cm

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London Topographical Record, XXIV

London Topographical Record, XXIV

Publication no: 123
Format: quarter cloth
Pages: 256
Publication date: 1980
Size: 22 × 14.5 cm

42 maps and illustrations.   Contains essays on:

  • The London Topographical Society, a brief account, by Stephen Marks
  • The Two Coldharbours of the City of London
  • The Medieval Parish Church of St Andrew Holborn
  • Clothworkers in St Stephen Coleman Parish, 1612
  • The Queen’s Birthplace
  • Nos 54-64 Strand
  • A Site in Westminster or Whoever was St Ermine?
  • St Dionis Backchurch, Victorian Proposals Parliament and the Railways of London in 1863
  • From Carey Street to the Embankment – and Back Again!
  • A Museum for London
  • Marjorie Blanche Honeybourne, an Obituary
  • A London Panorama c 1800 Resurrected
  • Social and Economic Study of Medieval London

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London Topographical Record, XXIII

London Topographical Record, XXIII

Publication no: 115
Format: quarter cloth
Pages: 190
Publication date: 1972
Size: 22 × 14.5 cm

26 maps and illustrations.  Contains essays on:

  • The College of St Martin-le-Grand and the Anarchy, 1135-54
  • Whittington’s Longhouse; Four Fifteen Century London Plans
  • John Stow 1525–1605
  • Sir John Petre and some Elizabethan London Tradesmen
  • Wenceslas Hollar in Perspective
  • Some Designs for St Marylebone Church with Notes on the Chapels of the District
  • The Grand Architectural Panorama of London 1849
  • The Lowther Arcade in the Strand

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London Topographical Record XXII

London Topographical Record XXII

Publication no: 102
Format: quarter cloth
Pages: 228
Publication date: 1965
Size: 15 × 22.5 cm

10 Maps and illustrations.

  • John Norden’s View of London, 1600 – The London Setting by J.Hurstfield   5
  • John Norden’s View of London, 1600 – A Study of the View by R.A. Skelton  14
  • The Place-names Ken Wood and Kentish Town by F.W.M. Draper   27
  • The Reconstructed Map of London under Richard II by Marjorie B. Honeybourne   29
  • The Ownership and Development of Fifteen Acres at Kensington Gravel Pits by I. Scouloudi & A.P. Hands  77
  • Obituary and Bibliography of Walter Hindes Godfrey 1881–1961 by J. Summerson & Marjorie B. Honeybourne   127
  • Indexes to Volumes I–XXI compiled by S.P. Marks

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London Topographical Record XXI

London Topographical Record XXI

Publication no: 091
Format: quarter cloth
Publication date: 1958
Size: 15 × 22.5 cm

  • The London Custom House, 1666-1740 by T.F. Reddaway   1
  • Henrietta Place, Marylebone, and its Associaton with James Gibbs by John Summerson   26
  • Thomas Hill’s Maps of the Manors of Walworth and Vauxhall by Ida Darlington   37
  • Charing Cross Riverside by Marjorie B. Honeybourne  44
  • The London Survey Committee by Walter H. Godfrey  79
  • Topographical Notes by Walter H. Godfrey  93

London Topographical Record XX

London Topographical Record XX

Publication no: 085
Format: quarter cloth
Publication date: 1952
Size: 15 × 22.5 cm

  • Four Fifteenth-Century London Plans by John H. Harvey  1
  • John Rocque’s Career by Hugh Phillips  9
  • A Seventeenth-Century Map of London and the Thames by Martin Holmes  26
  • The Abbot of Waltham’s Inn  by Marjorie B. Honeybourne  34
  • The Fire of London and St Bartholomew’s Hospital by Gweneth Whitteridge  47
  • Some Property in the Vintry  by L.B. Ellis  79
  • Topographical Notes by Walter H. Godfrey  109

London Topographical Record XIX

London Topographical Record XIX

Publication no: 080
Format: quarter cloth
Publication date: 1947
Size: 15 × 22.5 cm

  • Milton’s Birthplace by Noel Blakiston   1
  • The Fleet and its Neighbourhood in Early and Medieval Times by Marjorie B. Honeybourne  13
  • Eliza Jeffries Davis (memoir) by Walter H. Godfrey  88
  • List of Works of Eliza Jeffries Davis by Marjorie B. Honeybourne  92
  • Extracts from Royal Accounts of Henry Vlll by Walter H. Godfrey  100
  • Topographical Notes by Walter H. Godfrey   117

London Topographical Record XVIII

London Topographical Record XVIII

Publication no: 076
Format: quarter cloth
Publication date: 1942
Size: 15 × 22.5 cm

  • London Properties of the Cluniac Priory of St Pancras, Lewes, Sussex by Walter H. Godfrey  1
  • Venner’s Rebellion by William Foster   27
  • Shere Lane, Little Lincoln’s Inn Fields.  A Building Agreement of 1675 by Walter H. Godfrey  34
  • Accounts of a King’s Manor, Probably Westminster by Walter H. Godfrey  47
  • The Clothworkers’ Company: Book of Plans of the Company’s Properties made in 1612 with additions of various dates by Walter H. Godfrey  51
  • Topographical Notes by Walter H. Godfrey  99

London Topographical Record XVII

London Topographical Record XVII

Publication no: 069
Format: quarter cloth
Publication date: 1936
Size: 15 × 22.5 cm

  • Nicholas Gibson and his Free School at Ratcliff by William Foster  1
  • The University Site, Bloomsbury  by Eliza Jeffries Davis  19
  • List of Works by Philip Norman relating to London by Eliza Jeffries Davis   114
  • The Place-Name Bloomsbury (App 3. To ‘The University Site, Bloomsbury’) by Allen Mawer  122
  • The Footpath of 1379 (App. 4 to ‘The University Site Bloomsbury’) by Marjorie B. Honeybourne  125
  • Charing Cross, the Fire at the King’s Mews 1534 (App. 5 to ‘The University Site, Bloomsbury) by Eliza Jeffries Davis  126
  • Grant to Ralph Montagu of the Plot occupied by the British Museum (App. 7 to ‘The University Site, Bloomsbury) by Gladys Scott-Thomson  129
  • Notes on the Bloomsbury Estate taken from a Partial (Mutilated) Estate Survey of 1768 among the Muniments of the Duke of Bedford (App 8. To The University Site, Bloomsbury) by Gladys Scott-Thomson  131
  • Philip Norman 1842-1931 by Walter H. Godfrey  140
  • Topographical Notes by Walter H. Godfrey  157

London Topographical Record XVI

London Topographical Record XVI

Publication no: 062
Format: quarter cloth
Publication date: 1932
Size: 15 × 22.5 cm

  • Plan of the Site and Building of St Anthony’s Hospital, Threadneedle Street c. 1530 by Rose Graham 1
  • The Precinct of the Greyfriars with some Account of the Adjoining Properties, including the Church of St Nicholas Shambles, its Parsonage (The Butchers’ Hall) and the Earl of Northumberland’s Inn (The Bull and Mouth Inn) by Marjorie B. Honeybourne  9
  • Bread Street, its Ancient Signs and Houses by Kenneth Rogers  52
  • Topographical Notes by Walter H. Godfrey  77

London Topographical Record XV

London Topographical Record XV

Publication no: 060
Format: quarter cloth
Publication date: 1931
Size: 15 × 22.5 cm

  • Two Unknown Names of Early London Wards by James Tait   1
  • Doctors Commons by Pretor W. Chandler   4
  • A Summary Account of the Society of Doctors Commons by A.C. Ducarel  21
  • Doctors Commons, its Title and Topography by Eliza Jeffries Davis 36
  • The Rebuilding of Doctors Commons by Eliza Jeffries Davis & Edith A. Pickard  51
  • Doctors Commons; the Later History of the Property, to 1858 by Eliza Jeffries Davis 78        
  • Neville’s Court, Fetter Lane by Walter G. Bell   87
  • Particulars of Properties in the City of London belonging to St John’s College, Oxford by Rev. H.E. Salter   92

 

London Topographical Record XIV

London Topographical Record XIV

Publication no: 057
Format: Hardback
Pages: 112
Publication date: 1928
Size: 15 × 22.5 cm

13 maps and illustrations.

  • The Fortification of London in 1642/3 by N.G. Brett-James   1
  • The King’s Head Tavern, Leadenhall Street by Kenneth Rogers  36
  • Disappearing London: Regent Street by Arthur T. Bolton  49
  • Rosamund Ponds and the Reservoir in The Green Park by Philip Norman  54
  • The Work of C.L. Kingsford in London History and Topography by Eliza Jeffries Davis   58

London Topographical Record XIII

London Topographical Record XIII

Publication no: 051
Format: quarter cloth
Publication date: 1923
Size: 15 × 22.5 cm

  • Ancient Bradestrete, identical with Threadneedle Street by H.L. Hopkinson   23
  • Cheapside in its Relation to the Trades and Crafts of London by H.L. Hopkinson  29
  • London Topographical Gleanings by C.L. Kingsford  33
  • Disappearing London by Philip Norman  68

London Topographical Record XII

London Topographical Record XII

Publication no: 046
Format: quarter cloth
Publication date: 1920
Size: 15 × 25 cm

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  • Historical Notes on Mediaeval London Houses by C.L. Kingsford  1
  • Tallis’s Street Views of London by E.B. Chancellor  67
  • Stratford Place by Arthur T. Bolton   78
  • Disappearing London by Philip Norman  87
  • Seventeenth Report of the Council   93
  • Eighteenth Report of the Council (with Appreciation of Dr Wheatley, by Philip Norman)   99
  • Nineteenth Report of the Council    109

London Topographical Record, XI

London Topographical Record, XI

Publication no: 040
Format: quarter cloth
Publication date: 1917
Size: 15 × 23 cm

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  • The Site of ‘The Theatre’, Shoreditch; London’s First Playhouse by W.W. Braines  1
  • Historical Notes on Mediaeval London Houses by C.L. Kingsford  28
  • Disappearing London by Walter L. Spiers   82
  • Note on Letter relating to Ebury Manor by C.L. Kingsford  85
  • Sixteenth Report of the Council    87
  • Report of the Annual General Meeting   92

 

London Topographical Record X

London Topographical Record X

Publication no: 038
Format: quarter cloth
Publication date: 1916
Size: 15 × 23 cm

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  • Queen Square, Bloomsbury, and its Neighbourhood by Philip Norman   1
  • A Brief Historical Relation of State Affairs  by Narcissus Luttrell, Extracts from, with notes by W.L. Spiers   17
  • Historical Notes on Mediaeval London Houses by C.L. Kingsford  44
  • Cloth Fair – Disappearing London by Walter L. Spiers   145
  • Original Plan of Durham House and Grounds, 1626  by H.B. Wheatley   150
  • Fifteenth Annual Report of the Council   163
  • Report of the Annual General Meeting   168

 

London Topographical Record IX

London Topographical Record IX

Publication no: 035
Format: quarter cloth
Publication date: 1914
Size: 387.5 × 23 cm

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  • Drawings of New and Old London Bridge and of Southwark Bridge by E.W. Cooke, notes on by Philip Norman   1
  • Rocque’s Plan of London by H.B. Wheatley   15
  • Disappearing London by Walter L. Spiers   29
  • Blake and London by T. Fairman Ordish   35
  • Fourteenth Annual Report of the Council   49
  • Report of the Annual General Meeting   53
  • Index to the Printed Publications of the Society to the end of Volume Vlll by H.G. Head  59

London Topographical Record VIII

London Topographical Record VIII

Publication no: 032
Format: quarter cloth
Publication date: 1913
Size: 15 × 23 cm

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  • History of Metropolitan Roads by T. Fairman Ordish   1
  • The Pantheon in the Oxford Road by Arthur T. Bolton    55
  • A Few Words about John Ogilby and his Topographical Publications by Philip Norman  93
  • Notes on London Views by Philip Norman   94
  • Disappearing London by Walter L. Spiers   103
  • The East India Company at Crosby House 1621-1638 by William Foster   106
  • Address at the Thirteen Annual Meeting by Lord Rosebury  147

London Topographical Record, VII

London Topographical Record, VII

Publication no: 028
Format: quarter cloth
Publication date: 1912
Size: 15 × 23 cm

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  • Lanesborough House by Col. W.F. Prideaux   1
  • The Monuments in Westminster Abbey by Lord Eversley   5
  • Earliest Westminster by W.R. Lethaby  21
  • View of the palace of Whitehall from the River, 1683 by Walter L. Spiers  26
  • Shakespeare at Whitehall by Ernest Law   31
  • Situation of the Cockpit by Lord Welby  48
  • Speech on Whitehall by Lord Rosebery  52
  • Explanation of the Plan of Whitehall by Walter L. Spiers  56
  • Stratford Place by Arthur T. Bolton  78
  • Eleventh Annual Report of the Council   73
  • Twelfth Annual Report of the Council   79
  • Obituary: Alexander Graham FSA   85

 

London Topographical Record VI

London Topographical Record VI

Publication no: 025
Format: 9 x 5 7/8 in. (23 x 15 cm), quarter cloth
Publication date: 1909
Size: 15 × 23 cm

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  • Crosby Place, Address at the Ninth Annual Meeting by Philip Norman   1
  • Address at the Tenth Annual Meeting by Lord Rosebury  23
  • Notes on Visscher’s View of London 1616 T. Fairman Ordish  39
  • Abstracts of Documents relating to London from Early Chancery Proceedings and from the Court of Requests, with Explanatory Notes by Philip Norman  65
  • Proceedings at the Ninth Annual Meeting   90
  • Proceedings at the Tenth Annual Meeting   97
  • Obituaries: Frederick George Hilton Price Dir SA & John Tolhurst FSA   107

 

London Topographical Record V

London Topographical Record V

Publication no: 023
Format: quarter cloth
Publication date: 1908
Size: 15 × 23 cm

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  • Address at the Eighth Annual Meeting by T. Fairman Ordish   1
  • London City Churches that escaped the Great Fire by Philip Norman  26
  • Morden and Lea’s Plan of London, 1682 by Walter L. Spiers  117
  • Wren’s Drawings of Old St Paul’s at All Souls’ College, Oxford by W.R. Lethaby  136
  • Notes of Salway’s Plan of the Road from Hyde Park Corner to Counter’s Bridge (Kensington Turnpike Plans, 1811) by Col. W.F. Prideaux   138
  • Signs of Old London by F.G Hilton Price  145

 

London Topographical Record, IV

London Topographical Record, IV

Publication no: 020
Format: quarter cloth
Publication date: 1907
Size: 15 × 23 cm

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  • Address to the Seventh Annual Meeting by Philip Norman   1
  • Recent Demolitions in Blackheath by G.H. Lovegrove  23
  • Signs of Old London by F.G Hilton Price 27
  • Catalogue of the Exhibition of Maps, Views and Plans of London, exhibited at the Society’s Conversazione held at Drapers’ Hall  on Thursday 16th March 1906 by Bernard Gomme  113

London Topographical Record III

London Topographical Record III

Publication no: 016
Format: quarter cloth
Publication date: 1906
Size: 15 × 23 cm

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  • Address at the Fifth Annual Meeting by Laurence Gomme  1
  • Notes of Salway’s Plan of the Road from Hyde Park Corner to Counter’s Bridge (Kensington Turnpike Plans, 1811) by Col. W.F. Prideaux  21
  • Address at the Sixth Annual Meeting by F.G. Hilton Price  64
  • Changing London: Notes on Alterations in north St. Marylebone by J.G. Head  95
  • Signs of Old London by F.G Hilton Price  110

London Topographical Record II

London Topographical Record II

Publication no: 013
Format: quarter cloth
Publication date: 1903
Size: 15 × 23 cm

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  • Address at the Fourth Annual Meeting by Lord Rosebury   1
  • An Autograph Plan of Wren by Walter L. Spiers   23
  • Some Demolitions in 1901, 1902 by J.P. Emslie   27
  • The Church of the Friars Minors and the Site of Christ’s Hospital by E.B.S. Shepherd   29
  • London Buildings Photographed 1860-1870 by Philip Norman  36
  • Notes on Norden and his Map of London by H.B. Wheatley   42
  • Pepy’s London Collection by W.R.Lethaby  66
  • Signs of Old London by F.G Hilton Price  70
  • Hollar’s Map (1) by W.R. Lethaby  109
  • Hollar’s Map (2) by Rhys Jenkyns   110
  • Note on Illustration of the Globe Theatre in 1610 by T. Fairman Ordish   112

Illustrated Topographical Record of London.

Illustrated Topographical Record of London.

Publication no: 009
Format: sewn, paper wrapper
Publication date: 1900
Size: 22.5 × 29 cm

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Illustrated Topographical Record of London.

Illustrated Topographical Record of London.

Publication no: 006
Format: sewn, paper wrapper
Publication date: 1899
Size: 22.5 × 29 cm

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Illustrated Topographical Record of London.

Illustrated Topographical Record of London.

Publication no: 003
Format: sewn, paper wrapper
Publication date: 1898
Size: 29 × 22.5 cm

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