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Product images of Van Dun Almshouses, Caxton Street, London
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Van Dun Almshouses, Caxton Street, London
Van Dun Almshouses, Caxton Street, London, 1852. A bust of the founder, Cornelius van Dun, over the door. Born in the Netherlands, van Dun was a Yeoman of the Guard to Henry VIII, Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I. He founded the almshouses for 20 poor women.
- Image ref: 1645720
- London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)