"At the top of the oak staircase leading to the baths below, and throughout the relaxation areas, were walnut screens with panels of coloured leaded glass in peacock blue and gold."

  
1. Articles on two other Turkish baths in London owned by Nevill's can be found on this website. They are: those at Harrow Road and those at Northumberland Avenue.


  
2. Baths and bathing: a description of all the various kinds of baths, both simple and medicated, administered at the Argyll Baths / written for the proprietors by A Heather Bigg. — London : the baths, 1885.

  
3. Survey of London. — London : Athlone Press, 1963. — (vol.31: Parish of Westminster; pt.2 North of Picadilly)


  
4. Kelly's London Post Office directory. — 1857



  
5. This is tentatively based on an interpretation of the relevant entries in the London Post Office Directory.


  
6. ['The new Turkish baths…'] Builder (9 Feb 1895) p.98



  
7. 'New Turkish Bath' Building News (8 Feb 1895) p.191



  
8. London overlooked / Geoffrey S Fletcher. — London : Hutchinson, 1964. — p.78



  
9. From an advertisement for the Northumberland Avenue Baths published in 1899.



  
10. I am grateful to Roger Bowdler for a copy of his unpublished notes on the Gallipoli Restaurant, 14 April 1992


  
11. These same interlocking tiles were also used at the entrances to the Brighton Dome and the Brighton Museum and Art Gallery, where they can still be seen.


  
12. Companies House: Company No.99,063



  
13. Company's annual report for 1950



  
14. Company's annual report for 1951



  
15. Company's annual report for 1953



  
16. Company's annual report for 1954



  
17. Advertisement in The Times (11 Aug 1860) p.3



  
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