Thames House by the New Lambeth Bridge
London Undated c1929
Metal spiral bound. Stiff card wrappers which when opened out show a panorama of the New Lambeth Bridge and its relationship to Thames House. 240 x340mm Promotional booklet produced at the time of initial construction a description of the buildings which could be used to promote it office accommodation. 40 sepia photographs with captions. Shows parts of the building furnished and unfurnished. Effectively the whole building was two blocks linked by a bridge structure. At the time of publication, the offices of Pearson and Dorman Long Limited and the International Nickel Company of Canada Limited were in occupation. Their suites are illustrated. In a slightly worn custom made envelope. Thames House served as the ICI Headquarters till 1994. Part has been occupied by MI5.