Person    | Male  Born 23/2/1874  Died 6/1/1968

Charles Robertson

Charles Robertson

Worked in the civil service, 1902 - 1925, in the Egyptian Ministry of Education. At the 1931 London County Council election, Robertson was elected for the Labour Party in Islington East. He lost the seat at the 1934 election, but was appointed as an alderman, and was made vice-chair of the council's education committee. In 1937, he became chair of the education committee, serving until 1945. In 1945/46, he was the chair of the council. Robertson stood down from the council in 1952.

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Charles Robertson

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Waterloo Bridge

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Tower Hamlets College students

Tower Hamlets College students

A further education college in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.It has four different campuses, the largest of which is on Poplar High Street.

Group, Education

1 memorial
Goodenough College

Goodenough College

This is not a college but an organisation that provides residential accommodation for students and academics working in London. Competition for places is strong and applicants have to show that t...

Group, Education

4 memorials
Girton College

Girton College

England's first residential college for women. Established in 1869 by Emily Davies and Barbara Bodichon. Originally located at Benslow House in Hitchin as it was felt to be less controversial not t...

Building, Education

1 memorial
Tokinari Nagoya

Tokinari Nagoya

Became a student at UCL in 1865.

Person, Education, Japan

1 memorial
Bedford Institute / Quaker Social Action

Bedford Institute / Quaker Social Action

Established in the East End as the Bedford Institute Association to act on Education, Religious Effort, Moral Training, and Relief of the sick and destitute. Named for the Quaker silk merchant and ...

Group, Education, Religion, Social Welfare

1 memorial