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H & H. M. Lidbetter

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H & H. M. Lidbetter

Architects. H. Martin Lidbetter was the son of Hubert Lidbetter (1885-1966), best known for the Euston Road Friends Meeting House (1927). Hubert designed many Quaker meeting houses. Father and son worked together for the Salvation Army and others, e.g. grade II listed Bentham House (Endsleigh Gardens) into which the UCL Faculty of Laws moved in 1965.

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H & H. M. Lidbetter

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Dalston Methodist Church

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