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Gregory Foster

Gregory Foster Gregory Foster
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By resolution of the University College Committee of the Sixth of June 1933 this part of the College is henceforward known as Foster Court in commemoration of the First Provost of the College, Sir T. Gregory Foster Baronet.

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WC1, Malet Place, Foster Court

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Gregory Foster

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Sir T. Gregory Foster

First name was Thomas but he did not use it.  The first Provost of University...

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University College London (UCL)

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