Person    | Male  Born 14/8/1924  Died 11/2/2010

Colin Ward

Colin Ward

Picture source: LondonRemembers.com

Anarchist writer. Born Wanstead. Served in the army in WW2, and worked as an architect 1952 - 61. Published on education, architecture and town planning. Guardian obit.

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Colin Ward

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Joshua Marshall

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Nicholas Barbon

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1 memorial