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Asylum for Imbecile Poor, proposed for Leavesden Woodside, near Watford, and Caterham, Surrey: bird's eye view. Wood engraving by W.C. Smith, 1868, after J. Giles & Bivan.
- Smith, William Collingwood, 1815-1887.
- 25 July 1868
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[London] : The builder, 25 July 1868.
1 print : wood engraving ; border 18 x 28.6 cm
Proposed Asylum for Imbecile Poor at Leavesden Woodside, near Watford; and at Caterham, near Croydon. - Messrs. John Giles & Bivan, architects.
Worthington C. Smith.
Wellcome Library no. 23036i