Categories: Museums / Libraries
Picture source: www.npg.org.uk
Librarian to the Earl of Oxford, and antiquary.
This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
The right-most of 3 plaques on the back wall of the garden.
This church, destroyed in the Great Fire in 1666 and rebuilt by Wren in 1676 was damaged in WW1 and then gutted in WW2, and then left roofless waiting for demolition - Londonist has a photo. On 5 ...
Group, Museums / Libraries, Religion, USA
One of a number of libraries founded by the philanthropist John Passmore Edwards. The building fell into disuse after a new library was opened as part of the nearby Westfield London development. It...
Building, Community / Clubs, Museums / Libraries
Founded by the American Rev. J. Brett Langstaff. The picture is from 1947. The New York Times, 19 March 1922 carries a letter reporting on a performance of a play for the benefit of this library....
Group, Children, Museums / Libraries
Born Wisconsin, USA, moved to London in 1880 for business reasons. Pharmacist, founder of the Wellcome Trust and Foundation. His collection of books & artefacts relating to the history of medic...
Person, Benefactor, Industry, Medicine, Museums / Libraries, USA
Alfred Cotgreave was born on 7 June 1846 in Eccleston, Cheshire, the son of Robert and Mary Cotgreave and was baptised as Alfred Robert Cotgreave on 4 April 1847 in St Catherine's Church, Tranmere,...
Person, Museums / Libraries, Politics & Administration