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High Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire. View of the houses between Grove Street and Oriel Street demolished to make way for the Rhodes Building of 1910, designed by Basil Champneys and paid for by Cecil Rhodes. At the junction with Oriel Street is the of James

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Taunt
High Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire. View of the houses between Grove Street and Oriel Street demolished to make way for the Rhodes Building of 1910, designed by Basil Champneys and paid for by Cecil Rhodes. At the junction with Oriel Street is the of James
HWT:14728 ; NMR:CC72/01896 ; HT10409

High Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire. View of the houses between Grove Street and Oriel Street demolished to make way for the Rhodes Building of 1910, designed by Basil Champneys and paid for by Cecil Rhodes. At the junction with Oriel Street is the of James Soame.

Oxford University ; Rhodes Building
1907
1900 to 1909
High Street

Oxford - Oxfordshire - England

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Henry W. Taunt
1907
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