1 edition of Two London pubs found in the catalog.
Two London pubs
An illustrated extract from The Architects" Journal, vol. 152, no. 15, April 1970.
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This beautifully illustrated book takes readers through the /5(58). The Cittie of Yorke features in a new book, Great Pubs of London, written by George Dailey and featuring photographs taken by his daughter Charlie. The book examines the histories of 22 pubs.
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