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George and Richard Cadbury in 1861

George and Richard Cadbury in 1861

L is for Lansbury. In 1919 George Lansbury, who had been an early supporter of women's suffrage, became the first Labour Mayor of Poplar in east London. Lansbury was involved in town planning and had connections with the New Town movement. The post-war council housing estate 'Lansbury Estate' in Poplar is named after him. (Ref: LESTER/6/10)

L is for Lansbury. In 1919 George Lansbury, who had been an early supporter of women's suffrage, became the first Labour Mayor of Poplar in east London. Lansbury was involved in town planning and had connections with the New Town movement. The post-war council housing estate 'Lansbury Estate' in Poplar is named after him. (Ref: LESTER/6/10)

On this day 19th September 1839 George Cadbury was born in Birmingham, UK, son of John Cadbury, tea and coffee merchant, A Quaker, he believed in taking care of the welfare of his workforce and he created a model village for is employees to live in at Bournville, Birminham, UK

On this day 19th September 1839 George Cadbury was born in Birmingham, UK, son of John Cadbury, tea and coffee merchant, A Quaker, he believed in taking care of the welfare of his workforce and he created a model village for is employees to live in at Bournville, Birminham, UK

scans_daily | UK artist Dudley D Watkins

scans_daily | UK artist Dudley D Watkins

John Patrick Reynolds Comic Art Ma Broon I'm sure I heard my Mama Bruce say this a time or 2

John Patrick Reynolds Comic Art Ma Broon I'm sure I heard my Mama Bruce say this a time or 2

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handbill1846.jpg (825×1188)

Abused women shelter; photography by Jane Bown for  The Guardian

Abused women shelter; photography by Jane Bown for The Guardian

Josiah Wedgewood Pendant - "Am I not a man and a brother?" White jasper medallion featuring a black basalt relief figure of an African slave in chains. Britain's Committee to Abolish the Slave Trade adopted the phrase as its motto in 1787, and anti-slavery campaigner Josiah Wedgwood began to reproduce the design on fashionable jasperware medallions and seals.

Josiah Wedgewood Pendant - "Am I not a man and a brother?" White jasper medallion featuring a black basalt relief figure of an African slave in chains. Britain's Committee to Abolish the Slave Trade adopted the phrase as its motto in 1787, and anti-slavery campaigner Josiah Wedgwood began to reproduce the design on fashionable jasperware medallions and seals.

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