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Princess Marie Louise at the Gill Street May Festival in 1921.

Princess Marie Louise at the Gill Street May Festival in 1921.
Princess Marie Louise at the Gill Street May Festival in 1921.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H5081
Description: Princess Marie Louise attending the Gill Street May Festival in June 1921, to raise funds for the East London Hospital for Children. Since the hospital had been opened by the Duchess of Teck in 1877, royalty had shown regular interest in the charity. In 1932 it was renamed the Princess Elizabeth of York Hospital for Children.
Creator: Unknown
Date: June 1921
Credit line: Tower Hamlets Local History Library Collection
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