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Reference number

SM 6/1/16

Purpose

[25] Survey, Ground floor plan, December 1792

Aspect

Ground floor plan

Scale

bar scale of 1/9 inch to 1 foot

Inscribed

The Earl of Hardwicke, Plan of the Kitchen Building &c at Wimpole, plan labelled (some in feint pencil): Pleasure Grounds, This part is not in the Kitchen Building, Lobby (twice), Pastry, Larder, Lobby with / Cistern over it / and under it, B, Cistern to supply / the Brewhouse &c / by the force pump / B, Dairy, Larder, Brewhouse, Laundry, Brewers / closet / chimney, stoves, Kitchen, Scullery, oven, oven, washouse, washh[ouse], dairy, Da:, Dairy, A (four times), AA &c Sheds for wood, coals, &c, Pleasure Grounds, Yard, Qy door, Laundry / Bakehouse, Slaughter House, Glaziers Shop, Church Yard, shoe house, Dust hole, Church yard and running dimensions given; (verso) Wimpole, Plans of Kitchen / Offices &c

Signed and dated

(verso) Decr 1792

Medium and dimensions

Pen and wash, pencil, on laid paper with six fold marks (490 x 325)

Hand

Soane Office, draughtsman
Soane office

Watermark

Brittania with spear, shield and olive branch within a crowned oval frame

Level

Drawing

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