Architecture and Social Reform in Late-Victorian London

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Manchester University Press, 1994 - Architecture - 244 pages
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This book examines the architecture of the newly-emergent institutions of reform and philanthropy in late Victorian London that were intended to bring the redemptive values of English middle-class culture to the working-classes.

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