Library, the Reform Club, London

Victorian illustration to download showing a picture of the interior of the library at the Reform Club, London, founded in 1836 as a Liberal answer to the Tory Carlton Club. Book cases line the walls of a large, grand, Classical-style room; this building was designed in 1841 by the architect Charles Barry. Men chat and read; a pageboy fetches a book.

#Picture Number BU66


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