Grosvenor Gallery Library
The Grosvenor Gallery Library (est. 1880) was a circulating library in London in the late 19th century. It was affiliated with the Grosvenor Gallery of art on Bond Street, later moving to South Molton Street. It offered subscribers current periodicals, new books, and a Ladies' Reading Room. Owners and staff included Miss Brinstingl, Coutts Lindsay, Mrs. A.W. Pollard, and Thomas Verrinder.
- Grosvenor Gallery: A Palace of Art in Victorian England. Yale University Press. 1996. ISBN 9780300067521.
- Herbert Fry (1892). "St. James's Street and Bond Street". London. London: W.H. Allen and Co.
Grosvenor Library and Restaurant
- "Grosvenor Gallery Library (advert)", Grosvenor Notes (London), 1886
- "What Society Reads: 20 Years as a West-End Librarian", Book Monthly, March 1904
- Charles Dickens (1882), "Circulating Libraries", Dickens's Dictionary of London, London: Macmillan & Co.
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