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Royal Photographic Society

Initiated by Roger Fenton and founded in London as the Photographic Society of London with Fenton as its first Secretary. The inaugural meeting was held at the, then, Society of Arts. Received Royal patronage in 1854.

The society was based in London until 1980 when it moved to Bath. Wikipedia has a list of the London addresses.

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Royal Photographic Society

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Eadweard Muybridge - Royal Photographic Society

Eadweard Muybridge photographer, 1830 - 1904, lived here. The Royal Photograp...

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Tony Ray-Jones

Westminster City Council Tony Ray-Jones, photographer, 1941 - 1972, lived an...

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Other Subjects

Stephen and Matilda Tenants' Co-operative

Stephen and Matilda Tenants' Co-operative

The first local authority estate under tenants' control in Britain. Became a limited company on 30 September 1982. Waymarking gives the interesting history of this organisation.

Group, Community / Clubs, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Submarine War Memorial - 70th anniversary

Submarine War Memorial - 70th anniversary

The memorial has been maintained by the Submariners' Old Comrades, London.

Event, Community / Clubs, History

1 memorial
Rose and Crown pub

Rose and Crown pub

The photo shows the pub in 1977, with the Rectory next door, both remarkably unchanged. Website.

Building, Commerce, Community / Clubs, Food & Drink

1 memorial
Caxton Hall

Caxton Hall

Originally designed as the Westminster City Hall. It was associated with the Suffragettes, who started their marches to Parliament from here. 1940 Sir Michael Francis O'Dwyer was assassinated at a ...

Building, Community / Clubs, Politics & Administration

3 memorials
Garrick Club

Garrick Club

Private members’ Club at 15 Garrick Street, named after David Garrick. Notoriously it maintains its rule of not admitting women as members. Members include many high profile or powerful men in fiel...

Group, Community / Clubs

1 memorial