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The London Hospital, Whitechapel: King Edward VIII and Queen Alexandra in the Finsen Light room. Process print after a drawing by A. Forestier, c.1903.
- Forestier, A. (Amédée), 1854-1930.
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Their Majesties and the light cure: King Edward and Queen Alexandra visiting patients in the Finsen Light Room at the London Hospital. ; Drawn by A. Forestier.
Lettering continues: "On June 11 the King and Queen visited the London Hospital to open a new wing and the new Finsen Light Room. Of the Danish physician's method of curing lupus the Queen is the patron and pioneer in England. Her Majesty presented the first lamp to the London Hospital in 1900.
Wellcome Library no. 39502i
- Lupus |Treatment
- Tuberculosis |Treatment
- Kings and rulers
- Royal houses
- London (England)
- Finsen, Niels R. (Niels Ryberg), 1860-1904.
- Alexandra, Queen, consort of Edward VII, King of Great Britain, 1844-1925.
- Edward VII, King of Great Britain, 1841-1910.