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Scenes from the East London Hospital for Children.

Scenes from the East London Hospital for Children.
Scenes from the East London Hospital for Children.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: H5079
Description: The East London Hospital for Children was regarded as a worthy cause and received much publicity, including a piece by Charles Dickens, who described it as a 'Small Star in the East'. This tableau in the 'Graphic' depicts several everyday scenes in the hospital. These include: 'The Princess Mary Ward'; 'Applicants for admission'; 'Eggs for breakfast'; 'A convalescent patient'; and 'Folding circulars for the post'.
Creator: The 'Graphic'
Date: Unknown
Credit line: Tower Hamlets Local History Library Collection
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