Person    | Male  Born 14/2/1894  Died 1982

Owen Campbell-Jones

Categories: Architecture

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 Reconstruction Committee in 1970.

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Owen Campbell-Jones

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Guildhall reconstruction

{Beneath the City of London crest:} Lt. Col. and Alderman Sir Ian Frank Bowat...

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Herbert Arthur Welch

Herbert Arthur Welch

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40 Great Ormond Street

40 Great Ormond Street

An early 18th century house, demolished in 1965 with its doorcase being rescued and reused in Great James's Street.

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Samuel Sanders Teulon

Samuel Sanders Teulon

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Sir Ebenezer Howard

Sir Ebenezer Howard

Founder of the garden city movement. Born 62 Fore Street. Travelled to America in 1871 where he tried farming and was in Chicago at the time that it was being rebuilt after a great fire. The new su...

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1 memorial
Sir Reginald Blomfield

Sir Reginald Blomfield

Architect, garden designer and author. Born Devon. Followed his uncle, Sir Arthur Blomfield, into architecture. Buildings include: United University Club (1906), south-east corner of Suffolk Stree...

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6 memorials