Plaque

Herbert Campbell

Erection date: 25/11/2015

Inscription

Herbert Campbell (1844 - 1904) comedian, lived here.
The Music Hall Guild of Great Britain and America

Site: Herbert Campbell (1 memorial)

N1, Lawford Road, 50

Wikipedia and other sites,including that of the sponsors, the Music Hall Guild, give the address as '44' but the plaque is definitely on house number 50.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Herbert Campbell

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Herbert Campbell

Music-hall artiste. Born Herbert Edward Story at 16 Hamilton Street, Kenningt...

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Herbert Campbell

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Music Hall Guild of Great Britain and America

This organisation seems to incorporate the Theatre and Film Guild of Great Br...

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