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The Royal party at the opening of the National Maritime Museum.

The Royal party at the opening of the National Maritime Museum.
The Royal party at the opening of the National Maritime Museum.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: C9138_2
Description: A scene from the Royal opening of the National Maritime Museum in April 1937. The Royal party is walking from the Queen's House to the Caird Entrance. From the left are: Sir Geoffrey Callender, King George VI, Admiral Sir G. Hope, Admiral of the Fleet Sir E. Chatfield, Sir James Caird, Princess Elizabeth, Queen Mary, Sir S. Hoare, Queen Elizabeth and Lord Stanhope.
Creator: Unknown
Date: 27 April 1937
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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