Plaque

Duke-Elder

Inscription

English Heritage
Sir Stewart Duke-Elder, 1898 - 1978, ophthalmologist, lived and worked here, 1934 - 1976.

Site: Duke-Elder (1 memorial)

W1, Harley Street, 63

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Duke-Elder

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Sir Stewart Duke-Elder

Ophthalmologist. Born in Pitlochry, Scotland. Wrote a classic manual for ey...

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