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Leo Bonn Leo Bonn

Plaque: Leo Bonn

Erection date: 9/6/1998

Inscription

City of Westminster
Leo Bonn (1850 - 1929) founded what is now the Royal National Institute for Deaf People in this building, 9th June 1911.
Unveiled by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh 9 June 1998.

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W1, Upper Brook Street, 22

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Royal National Institute for Deaf People

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