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J. Kingwell-Cole

J. Kingwell-Cole

Architect active in 1902 and second cousin of John Reynold Roberts.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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J. Kingwell-Cole

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South Woodford Memorial Hall foundation stone

This building was erected in the coronation year of His Majesty King Edward V...

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Owen Campbell-Jones

Owen Campbell-Jones

Architect. Son of architect William Campbell Jones. Designed Bucklersbury House (demolished) and worked on what is now the City University in Northampton Square. Chairman of the Guildhall Reconstru...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Croydon Parish Church

Croydon Parish Church

It was first mentioned in a will of about 960 A.D. In its final medieval form, it was mainly a perpendicular-style structure of the late 14th and early 15th-century. It was gutted by fire in1867 an...

Building, Architecture, Religion

1 memorial
Royal Avenue

Royal Avenue

Apart from the information on the plaque, Royal Avenue has been a location for many films and television programmes including ‘The Avengers’ and Joseph Losey’s ‘The Servant’. A scene in Stanley Kub...

Place, Architecture

1 memorial
Walter Gropius

Walter Gropius

Architect. Born Walter Adolph Georg Gropius in Berlin. He founded the Bauhaus school. His door handle designs are still being made today. At the rise of Hitler he and his wife Ilse moved to London ...

Person, Architecture, Seriously Famous, Germany, USA

1 memorial
Frank M. Harvey

Frank M. Harvey

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

Person, Architecture

1 memorial