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Invitation to the unveiling of de Morgan's memorial at Chelsea Old Church
This invitation to the unveiling of the memorial tablet for William de Morgan gives a good indication of how popular he was with fellow residents. While living at 127 Old Church Street de Morgan concentrated on his new career as an author. However it is his work as a master potter, designer and artist that is his greatest legacy. The two best examples of his work in the borough can be seen at 8 Addison Road and in the Arab Hall at Leighton House.
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Location of original: SB1126
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