Plaque

Arthur Deakin

Inscription

Arthur Deakin House
This block was built in 1956 by Stepney Borough Council and was named after Arthur Deakin (1890 - 1955), who served as General Secretary of the Transport & General Workers Union from 1940 until his death in 1955.
Tower Hamlets Community Housing THCH

Site: Arthur Deakin (1 memorial)

E1, Hunton Street, Arthur Deakin House

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Arthur Deakin

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Stepney Borough Council

Former London borough which is now part of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.

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Arthur Deakin, CH, CBE

General Secretary of the Transport & General Workers Union, 1940 until hi...

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Arthur Deakin

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Tower Hamlets Community Housing Ltd

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