Virtual Blue Plaques for Harringay

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123 Fairfax Road, Harringay N8
The home of Stanley Morison, creator of the Times Roman font
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435 Green Lanes, Harrison Marks' 'glamour photography' studio
At street level was was Harringay Photographic Supplies. Harrison Marks's 'glamour' work was done in a top floor studio.
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11 Burgoyne Road
Leader in co-partnership housing movement that led to developments like Hampstead Garden Suburb & Welwyn Garden City, trade unionist & practical mystic Henry Harvey Vivian, recorded as living at 11 Burgoyne Road in 1901 census. Vivian was also recorded s living at 15 Burgoyne Road ten years later.
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42 Umfreville Road
Home of Sidney R Chilvers, First World Ward artist, with work in the work in the Imperial War Museum collection. Sidney subsequently worked as a commercial artist under the name Sid R Chilvers. He lived in Umfreville Road till his death in 1961.
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St John's Lodge
Home of Charlotte Riddell, one of the most popular and influential writers of the Victorian period. The London Borough of Haringey mounted a green plaque in her memory near the entrance to St Anns' Hospital in March 2010 (see photo - click link beneath photo above).
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20 Umfreville Road
Herbert George Brackley (aka Brackles). Aviation pioneer. Beaten in his attempt to make the first transatlantic crossing by Alcock & Brown, Brackley was a veteran pilot of both world wars and went on to become a pioneer of civil aviation
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42A Grand Parade
Carry on and Eastenders star Barbara Windsor lived here in the early 1960s.
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88 Umfreville Road
American poet Michael Donaghy lived here from 1994 - 2004. Described as "a meticulous craftsmen with a mercurial imagination", Donaghy attracted many plaudits including the Geoffrey Faber and Cholmondeley awards and the Whitbread and Forward Prizes.

He also lived at 51 Burgoyne Road from 1988 - 1994 and 115 Stanhope Gardens from 1987 - 1988.
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53 Harringay Road, Harringay, N15
Home of Maurice Cranston, British philosopher, professor, and author who served for many years as a Chair of Political Science at the London School of Economics.
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309 Wightman Road
The home of Frank Doel, a bookseller who worked at 84 Charing Cross Road. He was played by Anthony Hopkins in the film 84 Charing Cross Road.
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9 Cavendish Road
Henry James Wilson Scherren was author of various books on natural history, a contributor to the Encyclopedia Britannica and a fellow of the Zoological Society of London.
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28 Lausanne Road
The home of Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the Labour Party from September 2015. Corbyn was a councillor for Harringay ward between 1974 and 1983. Corbyn also lived in house in Etherley Road for a short period (believed to be no 2 or no 4).