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LEO Computers Society

From the Picture source: "This is the site of the LEO Computers Society celebrating the World's first business computer. Membership of the Society is open to: all ex-employees of LEO Computers and its succeeding companies; anyone who worked with a LEO computer; and anyone who has a specific interest in the history of LEO Computers. We encourage those who have an interest in LEO, as specified above, to join the Society."

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LEO Computers Society

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LEO - world's first business computer

Here's the video of the unveiling timed to commemorate 65 years of LEO. We be...

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Freemasons' Tavern

Freemasons' Tavern

The first, 1775, building (in the picture) was replaced by a four storey building in 1803. It was rebuilt again in 1864 by the Freemasons who, in 1909, renovated it and changed its name to the Conn...

Building, Commerce, Food & Drink

2 memorials
Crocketts Leather Cloth Company Ltd

Crocketts Leather Cloth Company Ltd

Odd that the monument does not use the name "Crocketts" but all the sources give that name for the Leather Cloth factory on this site. More information at London's Ghost Acres. The catalogue of th...

Group, Commerce

1 memorial
John Spedan Lewis

John Spedan Lewis

Retailer and industrial reformer. Born in Marylebone, the son of John Lewis. His second name was derived by reversing the names of Ann Speed, the maiden aunt who raised his father. He was given con...

Person, Benefactor, Commerce

1 memorial
Devil Tavern

Devil Tavern

2, Fleet Street. Demolished 1787. Full title was the Devil and St Dunstan, the sign being the Devil's nose being tweaked by pincers wielded by the saint. It appears in a Hogarth illustration. T...

Building, Commerce, Community / Clubs, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Henry Clarke

Henry Clarke

Businessman and politician. He was a coal importer and commission merchant in Gracechurch Street. When the first London County Council elections were held in 1889, he became one of four councillors...

Person, Commerce, Politics & Administration

2 memorials