Sculpture

Humphry

Erection date: 6/10/1997

Inscription

"Humphry" by Marcia Debra Solway, 1958 - 1992, unveiled by the Worshipful Councillor Ray Adamson, Mayor of Camden, 6 October 1997.

As a cat-lover Solway made the sculpture of Humphry and following her death it was first erected in Queen Square and then moved to this nearby children's playground.

Our information about this statue and its sculptor comes from Isabelandcat via IanVisits.

Site: Humphry (1 memorial)

WC1, Old Gloucester Street Gardens, Alf Barrett Playground

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Humphry

Subjects commemorated i

Humphry

A cat who lived at nearby Mary Ward House for 18 years. A ginger tom, he was ...

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Marcia Debra Solway

Solway lived in Rosebery Avenue and was in the sculpture class at the Mary Wa...

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Humphry

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Councillor Ray Adamson, Mayor of Camden

Mayor of Camden, October 1997.

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