June 4, 1923
Tottenham Hotspur are covering the terraces at the Park Lane end in a way similar to that recently done at the Paxton Road end. When the job is completed there will be room at White Hart Lane for very nearly 45,00 people under cover. When the housing problem is less acute the row of houses opposite the grand stand belonging to the club will be demolished, and a “double-decker” stand similar to the one at Goodison Park erected. A ground capable of holding 80,000 people, practically all under cover, is the ultimate end in view.
(Source: Athletic News: June 4, 1923)