Plaque

Havelock Ellis

Erection date: 1981

Inscription

Henry Havelock Ellis, 1859 - 1939, pioneer in the scientific study of sex, lived here.
Greater London Council

Site: Havelock Ellis (1 memorial)

SW9, Canterbury Crescent, 14, Dover Mansions

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Havelock Ellis

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Havelock Ellis

Pioneer in the scientific study of sex. Physician, eugenicist, writer, progre...

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Havelock Ellis

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Greater London Council

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