PGPT022

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PGPT022
Date:1920s
Source: Green family album

Rather poor copies of rather poor photographs from the family album of the Greens. George Green (see PGPT059) held the lease of the Plantation throughout the 1920s, and here members of his family are playing tennis on the lawn and 2 young children are peeping through the balustrades at the top of the Italian terrace. The ‘balusters’ are an economical design made of bricks – cheaper than buying shaped balusters. Henry Trevor used the same design for the low dividing walls between the houses of the Terrace he built in Chester Place (PGPT008).