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Frank M. Harvey

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Frank M. Harvey

The man on the 1905 plaque is probably not F. Milton Harvey who would have been only 29. Perhaps his father?

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Frank M. Harvey

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Prince of Wales Hospital - 1905

This foundation stone was laid by the Right Honorable John Pound, Lord Mayor ...

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Denys Lasdun

Denys Lasdun

Architect.  Born 17 Pembridge Place, Kensington.  Died at Charing Cross Hospital, Fulham. Works in London: Hallfield primary school Paddington; Keeling House Bethnal Green; Royal College of Physici...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Civic Trust

Civic Trust

From the picture source website: " founded in 1957 by Duncan Sandys, a British politician, and the former son-in-law of Sir Winston Churchill. It campaigned to make better places for people to live...

Group, Architecture, Community / Clubs

3 memorials
The Cottage, 1618

The Cottage, 1618

From Westminster: Mayfair suffered a direct hit during the Blitz of winter 1940 and the area’s oldest cottage, which had an inscription over its doorway ‘The Cottage, 1618 A.D’ was destroyed. This ...

Building, Architecture

1 memorial
Thomas Phillips Figgis

Thomas Phillips Figgis

Architect. Born in Dublin. He moved to London and established his own practice in 1886. His works include hospitals, schools, and thirteen stations for the City and Southwark Subway (now the Northe...

Person, Architecture, Ireland

1 memorial
Wells Coates

Wells Coates

Architect. Born Wells Wintemute Coates in Tokyo of Canadian parents. He was influenced by Le Corbusier's principal that buildings should be 'machines for living' , which was reflected in his best k...

Person, Architecture, Canada, Japan

1 memorial