Person    | Female  Born 13/4/1886  Died 15/7/1949

Eva Hubback

Feminist and suffragette. Born Eva Marian Spielman. In 1911 she married Francis Hubback, who was killed in WW1, leaving her with three children. 1916 - 17 director of economic studies at Newnham and Girton colleges Cambridge. Campaigned with Eleanor Rathbone for better conditions for women. President of the National Union of Equal Citizenship and was elected to the London County Council. Became Principal of Morley College in 1927 and we believe she stayed for the rest of her life.

An early advocate of birth control she was also, now more controversially, a prominent member of the Eugenics Society. Died at Edgware General Hospital.

Our picture, the only one we could find, is the Google thumbnail for an inaccessible site.

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Eva Hubback

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Morley mosaics - WBR - Eva Hubback

Eva Hubback, born 1886. An early English feminist and suffragette, Eva became...

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Royal Military Academy

Royal Military Academy

Founded as an academy for the training of commissioned officers of the Royal Artillery and Royal Engineers. Originally located in a converted workshop of the Royal Arsenal and so popularly known as...

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University of the Arts London

University of the Arts London

It has its origins in five previously independent colleges, which were brought together to form the London Institute in 1986. In 2003, it received Privy Council approval for university status and w...

Group, Education

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William Edward Forster

William Edward Forster

Born Dorset. Member of Parliament for Bradford, 1861- 1886, where there is another statue of him. Educational reformer. Died at 80 Eccleston Square.

Person, Education, Industry, Philanthropy, Politics & Administration

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John Carpenter

John Carpenter

Town Clerk. Endowed the City of London School in 1442. Our picture is of his statue high up on the wall of the City of London School's glassed ceiling atrium standing over the door to the balcony...

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2 memorials