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Clowns Gallery-Museum
Clowns Gallery-Museum

Clowns Gallery-Museum, 2 Cumberland Close, London, E8 3TF

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Blue Plaques in London

George Grote Brown Plaque - George Grote 1794-1871 Historian died here
Karl Popper Blue Plaque - Sir Karl Popper 1902-1994 philosopher lived here 1945-1950
Hugh Grosvenor Black Plaque - Hugh Lupus first Duke of Westminster KC lesser to the improved industrial dwellings  cov. ltd. of this and other buildings on his London estate accommodating nearly 4000 persons of the working class. The friend and benefactor of his poorer brethren. 1899
Alfred Tennyson Blue Plaque - Alfred Lord Tennyson 1809-1892 poet lived here in 1880 and 1881
George James Symons Blue Plaque - Here  from 1868 to 1909  lived   George James Symons  FRS  pioneer in the scientific study  of rainfall,  founder of the British rainfall  organization,  twice president of the  Royal Meteorological  Society.  1838-1900
Austin Dobson Blue Plaque - Austin Dobson (1840-1921), poet and essayist, lived here.

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