Plaque   

Dr John William Polidori

Dr John William Polidori Dr John William Polidori

Erection date: 1998

Inscription

City of Westminster
John William Polidori, 1795 - 1821, poet & novelist, author of 'The Vampyre'. Born & died here.
1998

Site: Dr John William Polidori (1 memorial)

W1, Great Pulteney Street, 38

This house was once the family home of the Polidoris.

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Dr John William Polidori

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