Plaque   

Marcus Garvey - Beaumont Crescent

Marcus Garvey - Beaumont Crescent & UNIA Marcus Garvey - Beaumont Crescent

Erection date: 1972

Inscription

Marcus Garvey, black visionary, philosopher, and liberator.
Worked ?, from ?, until ?, death ?.

The plaque is very badly eroded and partly illegible, maybe the result of having a drainpipe stuck in front of it.

Re. the style of plaque - see also Leigh Hunt.

Site: Marcus Garvey - Beaumont Crescent & UNIA (2 memorials)

W14, Beaumont Crescent, 2

Garvey's office was in this building. The plaques are either side of the entrance.

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

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Marcus Garvey - Beaumont Crescent

Subjects commemorated Information

Marcus Garvey

Pan-African nationalist leader. Born Marcus Mosiah Garvey in St Ann's Bay, Ja...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Marcus Garvey - Beaumont Crescent

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