Plaque

Professional Photographers Association

Erection date: 28/3/2001

Inscription

On the 28th March 2001 The British Institute of Professional Photography celebrated the centenary of its first meeting as the Professional Photographers Association at Anderton's Hotel which originally stood on this site.

Professional Photographers Association

Site: Professional Photographers Association (1 memorial)

EC1, Johnson's Court

In our photo the plaque can just be seen, inside the entrance to the Court.

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Professional Photographers Association

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Anderton's Hotel

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British Institute of Professional Photography

Held its first meeting, as the Professional Photographers Association, at And...

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Held its first meeting, as the Professional Photographers Association, at And...

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