Plaque

Henry Mayhew

Inscription

Henry Mayhew, 1812 - 1887, founder of 'Punch' and author of 'London Labour and the London Poor', lived here.
London County Council 

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NW1, Albany Street, 55

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Henry Mayhew

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Punch magazine

Founded in early June 1841 at a meeting at the Edinburgh Castle public house ...

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Henry Mayhew

Social researcher and journalist.  Born London.  Joint founding editor with M...

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Henry Mayhew

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London County Council

Prior to the LCC London matters were run by church parishes. The LCC was the ...

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