Person    | Male  Born 30/1/1889  Died 19/8/1975

John Murray Easton

Categories: Architecture

Countries: Scotland, USA

Architect. Born in Edinburgh. Amongst his designs were: Aberconway House, Mayfair (1922), the Royal Horticultural Society's Lawrence Hall (1928); the British Pavilion at the 1939 World's Fair in New York; Loughton tube station (1940).  Died in London.

For want of a image of the man we are using a photo of Lawrence Hall. The blue plaque on the building is not for Easton, but for J. Arthur Rank

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

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John Murray Easton

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Loughton Station

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Royal Institute of British Architects

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John Elger

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Andrew Taylor

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Haberdashers Place

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Sir Ernest George

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