Saturday Inspiration: Devonshire House in 1896

Devonshire House in 1896

Devonshire House, in Piccadilly, unlike other palaces that front the Green Park, retires from the bustling world of business and of pleasure, and stands aloof behind its high brick walls, but condescends to be visible through the ironwork of its lofty gate. – The Review of Reviews, 1903


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