Plaque

Highgate Branch Library - outside

Erection date: 14/6/1906

Inscription

St Pancras Borough Council
This stone was laid on Thursday the 14th. June 1906 by Councillor H.T. Ashby, Chairman of the Education and Public Libraries Committee to commemorate the establishment of the First Public Library in St. Pancras.

Site: Highgate Branch Library (2 memorials)

N19, Chester Road, Highgate Branch Library

The two plaques appear to be back to back; the outside one being the foundation stone and the inside one the opening stone.

To the left, at the rear of the building there is a charming little Art Deco extension: The Children's Corner.

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Highgate Branch Library - outside

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Highgate Branch Library - outside

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Metropolitan Borough of St Pancras

St Pancras was a civil parish and metropolitan borough in London. It was an a...

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H. T. Ashby, Councillor

Chairman of the Education and Public Libraries Committee of St Pancras in 1906

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Highgate Branch Library - outside

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Highgate Branch Library - inside

Highgate Branch Library - inside

Borough of St Pancras - Highgate Branch Library This library was opened by Hi...

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