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Frederick Handley Page

Frederick Handley Page Frederick Handley Page
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Sir Frederick Handley Page, 1885 - 1962, aircraft designer and manufacturer lived here, in flat 3.
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Site: Frederick Handley Page (1 memorial)

W1, Grosvenor Square, 18

2019: Homes and Property report that the third floor "apartment was bought as a pied à terre in 1946 by Sir Frederick Handley Page" ... It "was built in 1938-39 in a neo-Georgian style to designs by Detmar Blow, estates manager to the Duke of Westminster, and Fernand Billerey. It has a grand entrance hall with double doors leading into the 43ft-long reception room with five tall south facing windows overlooking the square."

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Aircraft designer and manufacturer. His company manufactured the Halifax bomb...

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