Acton Hospital 1897-1997
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Acton Hospital 1897-1997

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Published by Acton History Group in [Acton?] .
Written in English


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Statement[produced by Acton History Group].
ContributionsActon History Group.
The Physical Object
Pagination20p., [4]p. of plates :
Number of Pages20
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17187696M

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In an Appeal was launched to establish a hospital in Acton to mark Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. The Cornish philanthropist John Passmore Edwards promised to donate £2, towards the building, provided someone else gave the land on which it would be built. Lord Rothschild and Mr. Leopold de Rothschild, wealthy landowners and bankers of Gunnersbury . – Carol Bennett McCuaig. Contents. I. Celebrating the Past The need for a hospital Beginnings Progress Fire! Into the modern age Hospital Expansion The RVH Auxiliary The Board of Tiustees. II. The School of Nursing The story of the school Memories of some graduates The Florence Nightingale Club List of graduates plus the classes of. The 'Red Book' The ‘Red Book’ is a privately printed album of photographs and an essay by Ferdinand recording the building, interiors, and collections assembled at Waddesdon. The red leather binding has led to the name, the 'Red Book', but its cover is simply inscribed 'Waddesdon'. The Red Book is an important document reflecting Ferdinand. The first New Court. In , Nathan Mayer Rothschild acquired the lease of No.2, New Court for £, as a home for his family and as the centre of his London business interests. From , New Court had been the address of Acton & Winter, the .

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