PUBLIC LIBRARY: THE WORK OF LEYTON PUBLIC LIBRARY SERVICE, CHURCH LANE, LEYTONSTONE, LONDON, ENGLAND, UK, SEPTEMBER 1944
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Students at work in the study room at Leytonstone Public Library. The room was provided for use by students who do not have suitable accommodation in their own homes, and contains a bronze memorial tablet to John Drinkwater (1882-1937), a poet and dramatist born in Leytonstone. The plaque was unveiled by John Drinkwater's widow.
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