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Bedford College & E Jesser Reid

Bedford College & E Jesser Reid Bedford College & E Jesser Reid
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Bedford College for Women University of London, founded here in 1849 by Elizabeth Jesser Reid.

Site: Bedford College & E Jesser Reid (1 memorial)

WC1, Bedford Square, 48

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Bedford College & E Jesser Reid

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Bedford College for Women, University of London

Founded by Elizabeth Jesser Reid as the Ladies College, the first higher educ...

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Elizabeth Jesser Reid

Founder of Bedford College, anti-slavery activist and philanthropist.

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