Demolition aims to erase the past

Elliott School, Putney, Wandsworth, designed by John Bancroft

The news of the threat both to John Bancroft’s listed school in Wandsworth and to the archives of the Women’s Library and the Trades Union Congress Collection in the not-so-safe-keeping of the London Met gives rise to musings on the importance of the collective memory.

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