The base of No. 5, with a truck inexplicably backed up to the entrance. Parking evidently was not a problem in 1930, though the pristine street suggests the hand of a retoucher.
|The hard-to-photograph roofline of the 3-H's. From left to right, Haddon Hall, Hardwicke Hall and Hatfield House. The latter is capped by stacked pavilions, one with a Tudor niche, another with an oriel and tall chimney.|
A roadster parked in front of The Hermitage entrance. More retouching on the street and sidewalk.
|Essex House, with The Woodstock rising up above it.|