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Julian Huxley

Julian Huxley Julian Huxley
Inscription

Julian Huxley, FRS, lived here, 1943 - 1975. 1887 - 1975.

Possibly the loveliest plaque in London.

Site: Julian Huxley (1 memorial)

NW3, Pond Street, 31

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Julian Huxley

Subjects commemorated Information

Sir Julian Huxley

Zoologist and philosopher.  Born 61 Russell Square.  Grandson of zoologist Th...

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