Plaque

Tropical sickness

Inscription

This building housed the London School of Tropical Medicine and the Hospital for Tropical Diseases, 1920-1939.
Seamen's Hospital Society Greenwich

Site: Tropical sickness (1 memorial)

WC1, Endsleigh Gardens, 41

Credit for this entry to: Matt Brown

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Tropical sickness

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Hospital for Tropical Diseases

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London School of Tropical Medicine

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