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Art critic and writer, married Vanessa Stephen, sister of Virginia Woolf.
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Here and in neighbouring houses during the first half of the 20th century the...
Philanthropist and editor.
Person, Literature, Philanthropy
Artist and writer. Born Paris. Punch cartoonist. 1894 wrote the novel Trilby, from which comes the term "Svengali". In Hampstead lived at 4 Holly Mount, moved to Gangmoor House facing Whitestone P...
Person, Art, Humour, Literature, France
Born as Adeline Virginia Stephen in Hyde Park Gate, London. Drowned herself in the River Ouse Rodmell, Sussex by filling pockets with stones. Virginia and Leonard Woolf lived at no. 52 Tavistock S...
Person, Literature, Seriously Famous
Sportsman and journalist. Born Charles Burgess Fry in Croydon. Primarily his sport was cricket, but he was also an athlete and played in a football cup final. He taught at Charterhouse School and p...
Person, Education, Literature, Sport / Games, Germany
Goerge Robert Gissing. Novelist, best known for ‘New Grub Street’ about the hack writers who were concentrated in Grub Street, EC2. In 1830 Grub Street was renamed Milton Street; in WW2 it was badl...
Person, Literature, France