Plaque

Vaughan Library

Vaughan Library
Vaughan Library
Inscription

The Vaughan Library
Designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott, this library was built (1861 – 1863) and named after the Headmaster, Charles John Vaughan (1845 – 1859).
Harrow Heritage Trust

Site: Vaughan Library (1 memorial)

HA1, High Street, Vaughan Library

The plaque is not actually visible in our photo. It is low down below the railings behind the red car. Scott also built the 1855 Harrow School Chapel, immediately to the left of this library.

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Vaughan Library

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Sir George Gilbert Scott

Architect. Born in Gawcott, Buckinghamshire. Often styled 'Sir Gilbert Scott'...

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Charles John Vaughan

Headmaster of Harrow School 1845 – 59. Born Leicester, son of a vicar. Educat...

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Vaughan Library

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Harrow Heritage Trust

A trust set up with the objectives of encouraging artists and architects of b...

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