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Letter conveying the consent of King George V to grant his patronage to the Hospital, 1910.

Letter conveying the consent of King George V to grant his patronage to the Hospital, 1910.

1910 NHNN/A/30/11 Digitised by the Queen Square Library, Archive and Museum Letter conve...

QSA/15305

Draft of a letter to Sir Henry F Ponsonby (Queen Victoria's private secretary), from Burford Rawlings. 21st  May 1884.

Draft of a letter to Sir Henry F Ponsonby (Queen Victoria's private secretary), from Burford Rawlings. 21st May 1884.

1884 The letter acknowledges the Queen's sanction of the proposal to dedicate the new wing...

QSA/15303

Draft of a letter to Queen Victoria from the Board of Management, offering condolences on the death of her son, the Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany. 1884

Draft of a letter to Queen Victoria from the Board of Management, offering condolences on the death of her son, the Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany. 1884

1884 The new wing of the Hospital, opened in 1885, was dedicated to his memory and named th...

QSA/15302

Appeal letter from HRH The Duchess of Albany, president of the Hospital Jubilee Committee. 1907.

Appeal letter from HRH The Duchess of Albany, president of the Hospital Jubilee Committee. 1907.

1907 NHNN/A/30/10 Digitised by the Queen Square Library, Archive and Museum Appeal lette...

QSA/15300

Letter conveying the consent of King Edward VII to grant his patronage to the Hospital, 1903

Letter conveying the consent of King Edward VII to grant his patronage to the Hospital, 1903

1903 Digitised by the Queen Square Library, Archive and Museum Letter conveying the con...

QSA/15299

Letter from Sir Henry Ponsonby (Queen Victoria's private secretary), to Burford Rawlings relating to the Albany Wing.

Letter from Sir Henry Ponsonby (Queen Victoria's private secretary), to Burford Rawlings relating to the Albany Wing.

NHNN/A/30/7 Digitised by the Queen Square Library, Archive and Museum Letter from Sir H...

QSA/15298

Draft of a letter to Sir Henry F Ponsonby (Queen Victoria's private secretary), from Burford Rawlings, regarding the dedication of the new wing of the Hospital to the late Duke of Albany. 9th May 1884.

Draft of a letter to Sir Henry F Ponsonby (Queen Victoria's private secretary), from Burford Rawlings, regarding the dedication of the new wing of the Hospital to the late Duke of Albany. 9th May 1884.

1884 The new wing of the Hospital, opened in 1885, was dedicated to his memory and named th...

QSA/15297

Draft of the letter from Burford Rawlings to the Duke of Albany inviting him to become president of the Charity. 20th December 1883.

Draft of the letter from Burford Rawlings to the Duke of Albany inviting him to become president of the Charity. 20th December 1883.

1883 Digitised by the Queen Square Library, Archive and Museum Draft of the letter from...

QSA/15296

Draft of a letter to the Duchess of Albany from the Board of Management, offering condolences on the death of the Duke of Albany. 1884

Draft of a letter to the Duchess of Albany from the Board of Management, offering condolences on the death of the Duke of Albany. 1884

1884 The new wing of the Hospital, opened in 1885, was dedicated to his memory and named th...

QSA/15295

Letter from Windsor Castle, agreeing to the proposal to name the new wing of the Hospital after the late Duke of Albany. May 1884.

Letter from Windsor Castle, agreeing to the proposal to name the new wing of the Hospital after the late Duke of Albany. May 1884.

1884 Digitised by the Queen Square Library, Archive and Museum Letter from Windsor Cast...

QSA/15294

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