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Nicolson & Sackville-West

Nicolson & Sackville-West Nicolson & Sackville-West

Erection date: 1993

Inscription

English Heritage
Harold Nicolson, 1886-1968, Vita Sackville-West, 1892-1962, writers and gardeners lived here.

Site: Nicolson & Sackville-West (1 memorial)

SW1, Ebury Street, 182

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Nicolson & Sackville-West

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Harold Nicolson

Diplomat and politician. Born as Harold George Nicolson at the British legati...

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Vita Sackville-West

Writer and gardener. Born Victoria Mary Sackville-West at Knole, near Sevenoa...

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