Durham House, Salisbury House and Worcester House
- Photo-mechanical reproduction on smooth, medium, white wove paper
- Sheet: 3 13/16 × 9 1/8 inches (9.7 × 23.2 cm)
Lettered, center: "DURHAM HOUSE, SALISBURY HOUSE AND WORCESTER HOUSE | Wenceslaus Hollar (1607-1677) | Durham House was the Inn of the Bishops of Durham from the reign of Henry III, through rebuilt in the next century, Salisbury | House as built by Robert Cecil, first Earl of Salisbury, on a part of the gardens of Durham House, Worcester House was originally | Carlisle Inn as the hotel of the Bishops of Carlisle, afterwards it passed first ot the Earl of Bedford and then to the Marquis of | Worcester whence its later name | Photographed from the original drawing in the Pepysian Library by permission of | the Master and Fellows of Magdalene College, Cambridge"
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Unknown artist, twentieth century, Durham House, Salisbury House and Worcester House, undated
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