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Minnie Lansbury Clock

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Minnie Lansbury Memorial

Site: Minnie Lansbury (3 memorials)

E3, Bow Road, 67, Electric House

This building was erected in the 1930s. Actor Angela Lansbury contributed to the 2008 restoration of the clock.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Minnie Lansbury Clock

Subjects commemorated Information

Minnie Lansbury

Suffragette and Poplar alderman. Daughter-in-law to George Lansbury. Her earl...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Minnie Lansbury Clock

Also at this site Information

Minnie Lansbury - first plaque

The clock above was erected by public subscription in memory of Minnie Lansbu...

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Minnie Lansbury - second plaque

On 16 October 2008 the restored Minnie Lansbury Clock was celebrated by those...

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