This memorial to Sir Ebeneezer Howard sits within Welwyn Garden City, founded in 1920. Howard’s 1898 publication, Garden Cities of To-morrow, lead to the development of garden cities in which people live harmoniously with nature. Welwyn Garden City was Howard’s second garden city, following Letchworth Garden City.
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Architecture -- Monuments -- Memorials -- Hertforshire -- Welwyn; Cities and Towns -- Garden Cities -- Hertforshire -- Welwyn;
Smolski, Chet and Howard, Sir Ebeneezer, "Welwyn: Sir Ebeneezer Howard Memorial" (1968). Browse All. 497.
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