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H. Munroe

H. Munroe

Hon. Treasurer of the Council of the Hornsey Central Hospital in 1924.

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H. Munroe

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Hornsey Central Hospital - war memorial extension foundation stone, 1924

War Memorial Extension This foundation stone was laid by the President of the...

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Sir James Macnaghten Hogg

Sir James Macnaghten Hogg

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Sir Stafford H Northcote

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Sir Robert Hales

Sir Robert Hales

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Thomas Rainsborough

Thomas Rainsborough

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