Karnak House History
Historic information on Karnak House's beginnings available to read on Ladbroke Association, here's the snippet:
"Nos. 296-302 form yet another matching group, slightly different in height; all probably had triangular architraves at first-floor level. No. 300 was taken over in 1975 by an organisation called Caribbean Cultural International as a cultural centre specialising in the dissemination of information and literature of African history. The building was named Karnak House (and still has a Nilotic design on its façade) and their operations included a small publishing house, Karnak House Publishers, specialising in books by African and Caribbean writers or on African and Caribbean themes."