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Gower Street

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Location type: Street
Location address: United Kingdom, Camden
Number of texts: 2
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Notable residents of Gower Street have included the naturalist Charles Darwin, author of The Origin of Species, the architect George Dance the Younger,  painter William de Morgan, and the Shaws. John Shaw, Sr., and John Shaw, Jr., formed a famous nineteenth-century architectural partnership. Thomas Budd Shaw was a professor of English literature to the grand dukes of Russia.

The cultural Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood of painters and poets was founded in the Millais family house on Gower Street in the winter of 1848–49.

The Walloon (Belgian) poet Henri Michaux briefly resided in Gower Street in February 1931.

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Gower Street is a street in Bloomsbury, central London, running from Montague Place in the south to Euston Road at the north. The street continues as North Gower Street north of the Euston Road. To the south it becomes Bloomsbury Street.

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