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Hahnemann Hospital and Homœopathic Dispensaries, Liverpool: a children's ward, decorated with flags possibly for the coronation of King George V. Photograph.

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[1910?]

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Above one of the beds, a notice says "Dr Watson's patient". Dr James Watson was Stipendiary Medical Officer, Hahnemann Hospital, Liverpool, from not later than 1902. Above another bed, a notice says "Dr Gordon Smith's patient": Robert Gordon Smith was Hon. Medical Officer, Hahnemann Hospital, Liverpool, from not later than 1906 Above one of the beds is a print of the painting by Sir Luke Fildes, called "The doctor": the painting was owned by Sir Henry Tate, the founder of the Hospital

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[Liverpool?], [1910?]

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1 photograph : photoprint ; sheet 27 x 37.3 cm

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Hahnemann Hospital and Homœopathic Dispensaries, Liverpool: a children's ward, decorated with flags possibly for the coronation of King George V. Photograph. Credit: Wellcome Collection. CC BY


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