Subjects of historical plaques - L

Lady Drum's Hospital, Aberdeen
(1671-1798) hospital
Laen Mechanics' Institute
(1886-1955) Mechanics' Institute
Artur Landsberger
Holocaust victim
Sir Edwin Landseer
(1802-1873) Victorian painter of animals
General Walter P. Lane
(1817-1892) Confederate States Army Brigadier General
Otto Lang
(1890-1945) Holocaust victim
Claude-Nicolas Lapas-Dubuisson
Maurice Lappe
Lardner Mechanics' Institute
Mechanics' Institute
Frank Lascelles
(1875-1934) pageant master
The Most Rev. William Laud
(1573-1645) Dean of Gloucester
D. H. Lawrence
(1885-1930) novelist
Ella Lazarus
(1881-?) Holocaust victim
Julius Leber
(1891-1945) resistance fighter
Rose and Crown, Leeds
coaching inn
Adolph Leipner
(1827-1894) founder of the first University Botanic Garden
Wilhelm Leist
(1899-1945) Holocaust victim
Doris Leslie
(1891-1982) author
Muriel Lester
(1883-1968) peace campaigner
Library, Eccles
(1907-present) library
Victoria Lidiard
(1889-1992) Suffragette
Lifeboat Station, Sidmouth
lifeboat station
Eddystone Lighthouse
(1698-present) lighthouse
Lilydale Athenaeum
Mechanics' Institute
Lilian Lindsay
(1871-1960) British woman dentist
Theodor Lipski
(1905-?) Holocaust victim
Hans Achim Litten
(1903-1938) Holocaust victim
Little River Mechanics' Institute Hall
(1910-present) Mechanics' Institute
Lyceum, Liverpool
(1800-present) Mechanics' Institute
Llanidloes Chartist riot
Llanthony Warehouse
(1873-present) warehouse
Sampson Lloyd
(1699-1779) founder of Lloyd’s Bank
Frank Lloyd Wright
(1887-1959) architect
Fred Loads
Long Brooke
Federico García Lorca
(1898-1936) poet
Tommy Loughran
(1902-1982) light heavyweight boxing champion of the World
Emmanuel Baruh Lousada
Arthur Lowe
(1915-1982) comedy actor
Sid Lowings
(d.1940) Air Raid Precautions light rescue squad leader
Arthur Lucan
(1887-1954) entertainer
Rear Admiral Charles Davis Lucas VC
(1834-1914) Rear Admiral
Joseph Lucas
(1834-1902) lamp dealer
Ludgate Hill, Birmingham
John Lund
(1726-1786) wig maker
Rafael Conde y Luque D.
(1835-1922) Senator of the Kingdom
paved area
Sir Charles Lyell 1st Baronet
(1797-1875) geologist
Oliver Lyseight
Richard Löwi
Holocaust victim