Penn Club, London
While it is affiliated with a private club, anyone can rent a room.
The club is housed in three Georgian houses at 21–23 Bedford Place, just off Russell Square.
The Penn Club was established in 1920 with surplus funds left over from the Friends Ambulance Unit, active during World War I. The club maintains a considerable collection of books and resources on Quaker traditions and customs.
- "John Wyndham Parkes Lucas Beynon Harris", Book drum (author profile),
Wyndham had been living in the Penn Club in Bedford Place.
- Ketterer, David (Nov 2009), "Introduction: a ground-breaking cloned Nazis thriller", Plan for Chaos,
Grace Isobel Wilson (who had occupied room 44 next door to his room 45 in the Penn Club.
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