Group    From 1917  To 1946

Hogarth Press

Publishing house founded by Leonard and Virginia Woolf. It grew from a hobby to become a business, publishing the works of the members of the Bloomsbury Group and books on psychoanalysis and foreign translations. It became an associate company of Chatto and Windus and is now an imprint of The Crown Publishing Group, part of Random House Inc.

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:
Hogarth Press

Commemorated ati

Leonard and Virginia Woolf

In this house Leonard and Virginia Woolf lived, 1915 - 1924, and founded the ...

Read More

Other Subjects

Leonard Woolf

Leonard Woolf

Author and publisher. Born Leonard Sidney Woolf in Kensington. After working in the Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) Civil Service, he returned to Britain where he met and married Virginia Stephen. Together ...

Person, Journalism / Publishing, Literature, Ceylon

4 memorials
George Orwell

George Orwell

George Orwell was born in Bengal as Eric Arthur Blair, his father was a British colonial civil servant. Joined the Indian imperial police in Burma but left in 1927 and decided to become a writer. ...

Person, Journalism / Publishing, Literature, Seriously Famous, TV & Radio, Bengal, Burma, France, India, Spain

12 memorials
'All the Year Round'

'All the Year Round'

Charles Dickens' magazine.

Media, Journalism / Publishing

2 memorials
A. Bell Booksellers

A. Bell Booksellers

On 1 September 1773 A. Bell Booksellers published a volume of poems by Phillis Wheatley. At this time book publishers and sellers were often the same people.

Group, Commerce, Journalism / Publishing

1 memorial
R. Taylor

R. Taylor

A printer who worked in Red Lion Court in 1816.

Person, Journalism / Publishing

1 memorial