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P. G. Wodehouse - SW3

P. G. Wodehouse - SW3 P. G. Wodehouse - SW3
Inscription

Writer - humorist,, Sir P. G. Wodehouse, in residence 1918 - 1920.
L.L.A.D.

We don't understand the "L.L.A.D." on the plaque - perhaps the erecting organisation?  Please let us know if you have an explanation.

Site: P. G. Wodehouse - SW3 (1 memorial)

SW3, Walton Street, 16 (or 18)

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P. G. Wodehouse - SW3

Subjects commemorated Information

Sir P. G. Wodehouse

Writer/humorist. born Guildford as Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, educated at Du...

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