Octavia Hill

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Constable, 1990 - Low-income housing - 399 pages
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Octavia Hill was the 9th of eleven children in a family of no rank. With no formal education but an incessant desire to help the poorest in London she became one of the most influential women of the Victorian era. Today she is remembered chiefly as one of the founders of the National Trust.

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