Became a student at UCL in 1865.
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Japanese students at UCL
The monument is made of fine-grained gabbro, polished to a black, mirror-like...
Founder of St Olave's Grammar School. Southwark brewer. Lived at the foot of London Bridge by Pepper Alley. Bequeathed money for the school.
Sir John Cass's Foundation
From the picture source website: "In 1710 Cass set up a school for 50 boys and 40 girls in buildings in the churchyard of St Botolph-without-Aldgate. Intending to leave all his property to the scho...
Pioneering advocate for women's education and suffrage. Born Nottingham. Studied at Bedford College, and then Girton College, Cambridge. Taught classics for income and wrote influentially on wom...
One Tun Ragged School
The One Tun pub in Perkins Rents was in the infamous area known as the Devil's Acre. Ragged Theology describes how a London missionary reported this pub as being the venue for a 'school' where stre...
Feminist and suffragette. Born Eva Marian Spielman. In 1911 she married Francis Hubback, who was killed in WW1, leaving her with three children. 1916 - 17 director of economic studies at Newnham an...