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World War I: St Dunstan's hostel for the blind, Regents Park, London. Watercolour by Walter Spradbery, 1919.

Spradbery, Walter Ernest, 1889-1969.
Date
1919

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St Dunstan's was the town house in Regent's Park, London, built by Decimus Burton for the 3rd Marquess of Hertford, whose collecting started what became the Wallace Collection. The site is at present (2000) occupied by Winfield House, built for Barbara Hutton in the 1930s and given by her to the US government to be the US ambassador's residence. In World War I it was used as St. Dunstan's Hostel for Blinded Military Personnel and Sailors

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1919.

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1 painting : watercolour ; sight 43.9 x 67 cm

Lettering

Walter E. Spradbery. 1919.

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 47353i

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