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Treatment Rooms 2 - John F. Kennedy Treatment Rooms 2 - mural

Mural: Treatment Rooms 2 - John F. Kennedy

Inscription

John F. Kennedy, 1917 - 1963.
Generously donated by Graffiti Preservation Society.

There is/was an American Graffiti Preservation Society but it seems to be defunct.

Site: Treatment Rooms 2 - mural (13 memorials)

W5, 199 Acton Lane

In our rather shady photo the Fred Hampton mural can just be seen, low down, below the window on the left side of the building.  The Reichardt plaque can be seen top right of the yellow tiled wall. All the others are tiles on that wall. Some are difficult to see/photograph because the car gets in the way, and there may be others that we could not see at all.

See also Treatment Rooms 1: front and back.

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Treatment Rooms 2 - John F. Kennedy

Information Subjects commemorated

John Fitzgerald Kennedy

Of Irish descent, born in Brookline, Massachusetts. 35th President of the Uni...

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Treatment Rooms 2 - John F. Kennedy

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Carrie Reichardt

Artist active in 2020 with a number of long-running projects, and involved in...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Treatment Rooms 2 - John F. Kennedy

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Treatment Rooms 2 - Bertolt Brecht

Bertolt Brecht, 1898 - 1956. In loving memory of Free Market Capitalism.

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Treatment Rooms 2 - Carrie Reichardt

Carrie Reichardt, renegade potter and craftivist. English Hedonists Mad in En...

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Treatment Rooms 2 - Ernesto Guevara

Cuba Libre Social Club is restaurant in Poland but we doubt it has donated th...

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Treatment Rooms 2 - Frederick Douglas

Occupy London was a movement (2011-12) for social justice in London, England,...

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Treatment Rooms 2 - Fred Hampton

Afropunk and other sites have the quotation as “You can kill the revolutionar...

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