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image SM volume 64/203

Reference number

SM volume 64/203

Purpose

[6] Record drawing of design for a lodge as [4 verso]

Aspect

Section labelled The Plan of the shaft above roof

Scale

bar scale of 1/3 inch to 1 foot

Inscribed

as above, The Duke of Leeds, Level of Ground, CC, DD, E, Level of Ground / when dressed up / Present level / of Ground, The floor to be 18 inches above the present level / of the Ground which is to be dressed to the / building so that one step will be sufficient / to ascend and CC Square Cirb round the Chimney / Shaft against which the rafters are to pitch / DD The tie beams half across each other / E Stone Step

Medium and dimensions

Pen, pink, yellow and sepia washes on laid paper (288 x 454)

Hand

Attributed to George Allen Underwood (c.1793 - 1829)
Attributed to George Underwood, assistant September 1806 - May 1815.

Watermark

J Whatman

Notes

A copy of drawing [4 recto] q.v.

Level

Drawing

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