Plaque

Soho Club and Home for Working Girls

Inscription

This stone was laid June 30th 1883, by Henrietta Maria Lady Stanley of Alderley.

Site: Soho Club and Home for Working Girls (1 memorial)

W1, Greek Street, 60

This stone is above the door at the 1st floor. The Soho Club and Home for Working Girls was founded here by Maude Stanley. Clearly she got her Mum to lay the foundation stone. Infed tells us a lot about the club.

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Soho Club and Home for Working Girls

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Lady Stanley of Alderley

Daughter of Henry Augustus Dillon-Lee, 13th Viscount Dillon, had great influe...

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