Title The Cruciform Building, University College Hospital, London: perspective from the south-east. Colour lithograph. 190-.
Imprint [London], [between 1900 and 1909] (New Eltham, London SE9 : Gilbt. Whitehead & Co. Ltd., Art printers)

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Physical description 1 print : lithograph, printed in colours ; image and border 100.7 x 152.1 cm
Lettering note Bears achievement of arms, upper right, with motto "Ratione dirige cursum" (govern your course by reason)
Summary The building was built wing by wing, the last wing being the north-east one, which was opened in 1900. It was used as hospital until 1995, after which it was converted for use as a medical teaching and research building, re-opening in 2000
University Street is on the left and Gower Street on the right
Cite as Wellcome Library no. 23592i
Note No impression of this lithograph, or information about its publication, appears to be available at University College London either in the College Art Collections or in the College Archives
Lettering University College Hospital, W.C.1
Subject name University College Hospital (London, England). Cruciform Building.
Genre/Technique Lithographs.
Copy photo no. L 24801
System no. .b11814470
Record no. 23592i