Place    From 1900 

Doves Press

Categories: Literature

See Doves Bindery. Our picture shows the only remaining piece of the Doves type, or did until 2015, when some more was retrieved - see Doves Bindery.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Doves Press

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Doves Bindery and Press

Initially (ha-ha) we were puzzled by the letters at the bottom of this plaque...

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Thomas Cobden-Sanderson

Thomas James Cobden-Sanderson, 1840-1922, founded the Doves Bindery and Doves...

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After the Battle Publications

After the Battle Publications

Publishers of books and magazines about military history.

Media, Literature

1 memorial
Arnold Bennett

Arnold Bennett

Born 92 (then 90) Hope Street, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent. The "Five Towns" in his novels are based on this area, "the Potteries" as it was in his youth. Some would have called him a "champagne social...

Person, Literature

3 memorials
Victor Hugo

Victor Hugo

Novelist, poet and dramatist, best known in the UK for Les Misérables, 1862, and The Hunchback of Notre-Dame, 1831. As an outspoken republican he lived outside France for 15 years, first in Belgium...

Person, Literature, Seriously Famous, France

1 memorial
Evelyn Waugh

Evelyn Waugh

Writer. Born 11 Hillfield Road, West Hampstead.  Wrote "Decline and Fall", "Brideshead Revisited".  And we have to tell you the strange but true fact that Waugh's first wife's name was also Evelyn....

Person, Literature, Seriously Famous

2 memorials
Frederick Startridge  Ellis

Frederick Startridge Ellis

Born Richmond, Surrey. Bookseller and author. He published the works of William Morris and Dante Gabriel Rossetti, who were also close friends. Rossetti wrote a limerick about him: "There’s a pub...

Person, Journalism / Publishing, Literature

1 memorial