Building    To /10/1940

52 Tavistock Square

Categories: Property

Lived in by Leonard and Virginia Woolf 1924-39. Our picture source also has some photos of the interior, and explains that, even though they have moved out, the destruction of this house affected Virginia badly.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
52 Tavistock Square

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Virginia & Leonard Woolf - Tavistock Square

Virginia Woolf, 1882 - 1941, Leonard Woolf, 1880 - 1969, writers and publishe...

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Virginia Woolf bust

Bronze copy of the bust of Woolf sculpted by Stephen Tomlin in 1931, on a fiv...

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Other Subjects

West Silvertown Urban Village

West Silvertown Urban Village

Trying to understand 'West Silvertown Urban Village' we found "The Urban Village: A Real or Imagined Contribution to Sustainable Development?" which contains 'West Silvertown urban village case stu...

Place, Property, Social Welfare

1 memorial
Thomas Osborn and Sons

Thomas Osborn and Sons

Builders active in 1902.

Group, Property

1 memorial
Duke of Westminster, 6th, Gerald Cavendish Grosvenor

Duke of Westminster, 6th, Gerald Cavendish Grosvenor

Born Omagh, N. Ireland. Extremely rich landowner, possessing vast chunks of Lancashire, Cheshire and Scotland as well as most of Mayfair and Belgravia. There are bits of Paris, Canada and Spain he ...

Person, Benefactor, Property, Ireland

7 memorials
Sir Ebenezer Howard

Sir Ebenezer Howard

Founder of the garden city movement. Born 62 Fore Street. Travelled to America in 1871 where he tried farming and was in Chicago at the time that it was being rebuilt after a great fire. The new su...

Person, Architecture, Property, Social Welfare, USA

1 memorial
Dalston City Partnership

Dalston City Partnership

Initially we could discover little about this body but Rocker Ages solved the puzzle - they were a private, limited by guarantee company, in the regeneration business. From Lifelong Learning: "DCP ...

Group, Property

1 memorial