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Children's Society - Edward Rudolf

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In thankful memory of Edward de Montjoie Rudolf, 1852 - 1933.

Site: Children's Society - Edward Rudolf (1 memorial)

WC1, Margery Street, Edward Rudolf House

One of the more unusual positions for a memorial. It's flat on the ground behind the low wall at the entrance to this building. Perhaps some visitors notice it as they enter but we expect most don't.

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Children's Society - Edward Rudolf

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Edward de Montjoie Rudolf

Born at 63 Pleasant Place, West Square, Lambeth. Aged 13 he became the family...

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Children's Society - Edward Rudolf

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Children's Society

Founded by Edward Rudolf as the Church of England Central Society for Providi...

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