Plaque

Sir Henry Cole - SW7

Inscription

English Heritage
Sir Henry Cole, 1808 - 1882, campaigner and educator, first director of the Victoria and Albert Museum, lived here.

Site: Sir Henry Cole - SW7 (1 memorial)

SW7, Thurloe Square, 33, Embassy of Republic of Kazakhstan

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Sir Henry Cole - SW7

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Victoria & Albert Museum

The South Kensington Museum opened on this site in 1857. It expanded and was ...

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Sir Henry Cole

Born Bath. Secretary of the Department of Science and Art. He originated the ...

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Sir Henry Cole - SW7

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