Building    From 1886  To 1980

Rothschild Buildings

Categories: Property, Social Welfare

The full name was Charlotte De Rothschild Dwellings. Demolished 1973-80 - all but the arch which stood on Thrawl Street and which you can see in this picture. The picture source covers the history of Thrawl Street.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Rothschild Buildings

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Rothschild Buildings arch

This arch originally formed an entrance to the tenement block of model dwelli...

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Fruiterers Hall & warehouses

Fruiterers Hall & warehouses

In 1754 the Fruiterers had warehouses at the “Three Cranes”, situated in a lane called Fruiterers’ Alley, running off Thames Street. The Company’s meeting place or hall at that time was the Fruiter...

Building, Property

1 memorial
Bolton Gardens, 2

Bolton Gardens, 2

Bolton Gardens where Potter lived was a row of houses on the south side of Old Brompton Road, now occupied by Bousfield Primary School.  The 1933 picture shows just a section of number 2, at the le...

Building, Property

1 memorial
Kipling House

Kipling House

This 1888 map has this building (now number 43) as number 19, and shows it having 7 and a half floors and a basement. From the Daily Mail: Kipling's apartment was on the 5th floor. The Victorian W...

Building, Property

1 memorial
Portman family

Portman family

in 1532 Sir William Portman of Somerset, Lord Chief Justice to Henry VIII acquired land covering an area of 270 acres stretching from Oxford Street to Regents Canal. A large part of this land, no...

Group, Friend / family, Property

1 memorial
Octavia Hill

Octavia Hill

Housing reformer and co-founder of The National Trust.  Born at Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, her father's eighth daughter (yes, really).  She believed that social housing should be small houses (rather...

Person, Gardens / Agriculture, History, Property, Social Welfare

9 memorials