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The Nook Cottage of Cross Street

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Photograph from an album of photographs by Donald W Brunt (senior). The photograph depicts The Nook Cottage, Cross Street being built. The cottage was entry number 59 in the 1905 Cheap Cottages Exhibition. It was designed by George E Clare of the architecture firm Messrs Clare and Ross and built by Charles R Price of Stoke Newington. It was named after the small inglenook that was a feature of the living room that made it a popular cottage with visitors to the exhibition (see LBM1515.2 p6). The photograph shows a later stage than FGCHM 868.122 and 868.130 as there is a fence around the property and some of the garden has been planted, the label on the front door printed '59' suggests that the photograph was taken during the actual exhibition.

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Cheap Cottages Exhibition 1905

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Cross Street

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Brunt, Donald W
Clare, George E
Price, Charles R
image FGCHM 868.130

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