Erection date: 1960
Here were the headquarters of The Women's Social and Political Union known as "The Suffragettes", led by Emmeline and Christabel Pankhurst. Here also lived Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence who, with her husband, played an invaluable part in building up the organisation and edited "Votes for Women".
We first saw this plaque when it was on the building that used to occupy this site. That was from 1990ish but the style of the plaque is surely earlier than that so we'd guess it's on at least its third building. Google Arts and Culture, referring to a dead LSE link give the plaque's creation date as 1960, which feels right.
Site: LSE suffragettes (2 memorials)
WC2, Clements Inn, Pethick-Lawrence House, LSE