Plaque

Stanley G. Shaw

Stanley G. Shaw
Stanley G. Shaw
Inscription

Gairloch House
This stone was laid on 29th April 1964 by Stanley G. Shaw whose work for the St. Pancras Housing Society from 1929 to 1958 it commemorates.

Site: Stanley G. Shaw (1 memorial)

NW1, Stratford Villas, Gairloch House

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Stanley G. Shaw

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Stanley G. Shaw

Worked for the St. Pancras Housing Society from 1929 to 1958.

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Stanley G. Shaw

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St Pancras Housing Society

Responsible for, among others, the 1927 Garden Estate in Somers Town. A pamph...

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