Rowton House was one of a chain of hostels built in London by the Victorian philanthropist Lord Rowton, to provide decent accommodation for working men. Tower House, as it was later renamed, was built in 1902 and has now been converted into luxury housing.
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Tower Hamlets Local History Library and Archives
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