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5 Fitzroy St. (The Studio)
44 Grosvenor Road (Grosvenor Road and Millbank) Letter 44, note 20
57 Gordon Square
Boismaison (Ashford Carbonel)
Brixton Prison
Clee Hill

The Studio

The accommodation BR and Colette rented on the ground floor at 5 Fitzroy Street, just off Howland Street, London W1.

Russell Chambers

34 Russell Chambers, Bury Street (since renamed Bury Place), London WC1, BR’s flat since 1911. Helen Dudley rented the flat in late 1916 or early 1917. In May 1918 she sublet it to Clare Annesley. Colette moved in on 9 September 1918 and stayed until June 1919. BR did not give up the lease until December 1923.

Clee Hill

Near Ashford Carbonel, Shropshire,

The Attic

The Attic The flat at 6 Mecklenburgh Square, London WC1,  

Telegraph House

Telegraph House, the country home of BR’s brother, Frank. It is located

Boismaison

Colette and BR vacationed at a house, The Avenue, owned by Mrs. Agnes Woodhouse and her husband, in the countryside near Ashford Carbonel, Shropshire,

Garsington Manor

Garsington Manor, near Oxford,

57 Gordon Square

The London home of BR’s brother, Frank. Gordon Square is in Bloomsbury: 

 BR lived there, when he was in London, from August 1916 to April 1918.

Brixton Prison

Located in southwest London