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Undergraduate study, Queen Mary, University of London
Ref No (click to see in context)QM/1/4
TitleOpening of the People's Palace and new People's Palace
LevelSubSeries
Date1885-1987
Extent14 files
DescriptionLetters, papers, photographs, printed programmes, and other material, relating to the opening of the People's Palace and the new People's Palace building.

Includes material relating to: the laying of the foundation stone of the Queen's Hall by the Prince of Wales, 1886; the opening of the Queen's Hall and the laying of the first stone of the Technical and Handicraft Schools by Queen Victoria, 1887; the laying of the foundation stone of the new People's Palace by the Lord Mayor of London, 1936; and the visit of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth to the new People's Palace, 1937.
ArrangementChronological.
Access StatusOpen
Persons
CodePerson or Corporate Body Name
DS/UK/1270Alexandra (1844-1925); consort of Edward VII
DS/UK/1271Clarke; J. P. (fl. 1886); Conductor of the Band of Her Majesty's Scots Guards.
DS/UK/1252Edward VII (1841-1910); King of Great Britain and Ireland.
DS/UK/1272Palmer; George (fl. 1886)
DS/UK/1249Currie; Sir; Edmund Hay (1834-1913); Vice Chairman of the School Board for London (1873-76); Chairman of the London Hospital Medical College (1876-79); Chairman of the Beaumont Trustees (1882-91).
DS/UK/1258Victoria (1819-1901); Queen of Great Britain and Ireland.
DS/UK/1273Pratt (fl. 1887)
DS/UK/1274Vincent; Percy (1868-1943); Lord Mayor of London
DS/UK/655Elizabeth (1900-2002); Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother; nee Lady Bowes-Lyon, queen of Great Britain and Ireland, consort of George VI
DS/UK/1275George VI (1895-1952); King of Great Britain and Ireland.
DS/UK/1276Van Bellinghen (fl. 1987); Wife of the Belgian Ambassador to Britain.
DS/UK/1277Leopold II (1835-1909); King of the Belgians.
DS/UK/62People's Palace; 1887-1954
DS/UK/1390Band of Her Majesty's Scots Guards; fl 1886
DS/UK/1391People's Palace; Library; 1888-1902
DS/UK/1379People's Palace; Technical Schools; 1888-
DS/UK/1144Queen Mary College (QMC); Library; Academic Library