Plaque

Peggy Duff

Inscription

Erected by Camden London Borough Council
Peggy Duff, 1910 - 1981, first General Secretary of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and local councillor, lived here.

Site: Peggy Duff (1 memorial)

NW1, Albert Street, 11

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Peggy Duff

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Peggy Duff

Margaret Doreen Eames was born on 8 February 1910, the second of the three ch...

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Camden Council

The Town Hall in Euston Road once housed these interesting murals by Cecil Os...

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