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Photograph from the James Gray collection, 1967. of the former home of William Percival Boxall, the developer of Percival Terrace.
James Gray's original note: 'This large building, photographed in January 1967, is much older than generally assumed. I do not know its exact age but it is mentioned in Leppards Brighton Directory of 1845, being described as "near the Hospital". In later directories it is listed in Eastern Road so it may be that at one time its grounds extended down to that road. Belle Vue Gardens of it now forms part is of much later construction, dating only from 1901. It is now proposed to demolish the house, lately used as a nursing home, and to replace it with a block of flats.'
|Date Created:||24/04/2007 09:27|
|Size:||280 x 212 mm (print at 300 DPI); 875 x 664 mm (screen at 96 DPI); 3306 x 2509 pixels; 2.25Mb|
|Credit Line:||Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove|
|Categories:||Places/ Buildings, Timeline/ 1960s, James Gray collection/ Volume 23 - Eastern Brighton Outer|
|Linked Accession no.:||JG_23_037.tif|