Plaque

Royal National Institute for the Deaf

Inscription

This building was opened as the headquarters of the National Institute for the Deaf by His Majesty King George VI when HRH the Duke of York on the 11th day of June 1936.

Site: Royal National Institute for the Deaf (1 memorial)

WC1, Gower Street, 105

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Royal National Institute for the Deaf

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Royal National Institute for Deaf People

Established in 1911 as the National Bureau for Promoting the General Welfare ...

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Royal National Institute for the Deaf

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King George VI

Became king when his brother, Edward VIII, abdicated. Like his father George ...

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