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1874 – Paper-Staining Works, Goswell Rd., London

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Architect: Perry & Hanson

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From The Building News, August 28 1874: “The illustration represents the Goswell-road front of the Paper-Staining Works recently rebuilt, after a fire, for Messrs. Erwood and Co. The front is faced with red bricks from Rowlands Castle ; the strings, hood-molds, &c., of red terracotta from the Midland Terra-cotta Company’s Works, and the piers, capitals, &c., of red Mans- field stone. The contractors were Messrs. Clarke and Bracey, of Colemau-street, and the architects Messrs. Perry and Hanson, of Thames-chambers, Adelphi. The total cost was about £4,000. “

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