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Temple Newsam House, Oak Staircase (Temple Newsam)
Black & White imagec. 1923. Postcard view of the Oak Staircase looking from the Ground Floor.The architect C.E. Kempe, working for Mrs. Meynell Ingram made the present Oak Staircase out of John Carr's 18th century stairs in 1894, lining the walls with oak panelling, and removing the stone flight of steps which had risen to first-floor level then divided and returned to the upper floor of the south wing in two flights.
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Temple Newsam, The Oak Staircase (First Floor), postcard (Temple Newsam)
Black & White imageUndated. Postcard view of the interior of Temple Newsam House showing the Oak Staircase from the first floor. This was rebuilt in 1894 by the architect C.E. Kempe around an original 18th century staircase.
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