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MOFFAT INSTITUTE, ESHER STREET, KENNINGTON

The Moffat Institute in Esher Street (now Aveline), Kennington was begun originally in Vauxhall Street in 1875 by Robert Moffat. It moved here in 1896 and performed missionary work amongst the poor including cheap meals, religious instruction and a savings bank. The building was rebuilt after wartime bomb-damage and later became the Alford House youth club. Copy print of a Johns postcard.Ref: SP1238

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Image type:Photograph
Artist:Johns
Ref:08085
Original ref:SP1238
Date:c.1930

1901 - 1925KENNINGTONPhotographWELFARE AND SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS

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