Whittington's Almshouses, Highgate, London: facade
|Caption||Whittington's Almshouses, Highgate, London: facade. Etching by T Dale after TH Shepherd, 1827. The Whittington College almshouses moved from College Hill in London EC4 to Archway in 1822. There the almshouses were later amalgamated with the Smallpox Hospital from King's Cross to form the Whittington Hospital at Archway. Created 31 March 1827. Architecture – England. Almshouses. Charities. Highgate (Middlesex, England). Whittington's Almshouses (Highgate, London, England). Whittington College (London, England). Contributors: Thomas Hosmer Shepherd (1793–1864); Thomas Dale (active 1819–1828); George Smith (1782–1869). Work ID: samwy7ku.|
|Whittington Almshouses Highgate London facade Whittington Almshouses Etchings Thomas Hosmer Shepherd Thomas Dale George Smith|
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