Interior of Tennyson House in Montpelier Row
Interior of Tennyson House in Montpelier Row
Record No
162695
Title
Interior of Tennyson House in Montpelier Row
Description
View of unfurnished first-floor room of Grade II* listed Tennyson House, 15 Montpelier Row, Richmond, with wood panelling. Formerly called Chapel House and later Holyrood House. It was occupied in 1850 by Tennyson who is said to have written 'In Memoriam' there.
Date of execution
1971
Section
London Metropolitan Archives
Collection
LCC Photograph Library
Medium
photograph
Catalogue No
SC_PHL_01_687_71_1281
London picture map location
Exact
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