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Description: 48 Langham Street, London W1 (Paddington), on the corner of Langham Street and Middleton Place, near the Yorkshire Grey pub. The American poet Ezra Pound rented rooms here in 1908. The landlady and the pub were mentioned in The Pisan Cantos (1948).
Author: Marshall Mateer of shapesoftime.net
Source: Released by email under a Creative Commons Attribution Sharealike licence, as well as on Flickr See his photostream here
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