Person    | Male  Born 14/2/1845  Died 17/1/1903

Quintin Hogg

Categories: Philanthropy

Born London. Merchant, philanthropist, social reformer, and, in 1882, founder of the Regent Street Polytechnic which became a model for later social and educational centres for underprivileged youth. For more than three decades, Hogg and his wife, Alice, devoted their time and fortune to work among poor young people in London. (from the Encyclopaedia Britannica). Grandfather of Quintin Hogg, Lord Hailsham.

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Quintin Hogg

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Alice and Quintin Hogg

{On the left face of the plinth:} 1845 - 1918, Alice A Hogg, whose unfailing...

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Quintin Hogg at Cavendish Square

London County Council Quintin Hogg, 1845 - 1903, founder of the Polytechnic,...

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Quintin Hogg at the Poly

Quintin Hogg, educator & Christian benefactor, expanded his work by found...

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