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Shakespeare statue - Hammersmith Hammersmith Library

Statue: Shakespeare statue - Hammersmith

Site: Hammersmith Library (3 memorials)

W6, Shepherds Bush Road, Hammersmith Carnegie Library

Milton sitting on the left; Shakespeare on the right; Carnegie's cartouche is inside the porch, above the door.

Erected in 1905, Carnegie Legacy confirms that, as for the Islington Library, the architect was Henry Hare and the sculptor was Schenck.

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Shakespeare statue - Hammersmith

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William Shakespeare

Born and died in Stratford-upon-Avon. His birth date is often given as the 23...

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Shakespeare statue - Hammersmith

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Frederick E. E. Schenck

Born Edinburgh to a German immigrant lithographer. Via Stoke on Trent he move...

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Shakespeare statue - Hammersmith

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Carnegie - Hammersmith

This building was the gift of Andrew Carnegie, AD 1905.

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