Plaque

Octavia Hill - W1

Inscription

English Heritage
Octavia Hill, 1838 - 1912, housing reformer and co-founder of The National Trust began her work here.

Site: Octavia Hill - W1 (1 memorial)

W1, Garbutt Place, 2

Credit for this entry to: Bob Baker

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Octavia Hill - W1

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Octavia Hill

Housing reformer and co-founder of The National Trust.  Born at Wisbech, Camb...

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Octavia Hill - W1

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