Her Majesty Queen Victoria and entourage visiting soldiers wounded during the Boer War, in a ward at Netley Hospital. Pen and ink drawing by J. Duncan, c. 1900, after F. C. Dickinson.
- Dickinson, F. C., active 1900-1901.
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The attendant pushing the Queen's wheelchair is a Sikh
1 drawing : pen, with pencil and gouache
Duncan after F. C. Dickinson
Wellcome Library no. 23755i
Lettering in faint pencil on the image: "Princess Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein"
Printed lettering is attached to the drawing: "The Queen and her wounded soldiers: the Royal party in one of the lower wards of Netley Hospital."
- Hospital wards.
- Hospital beds.
- Visiting the sick.
- Kings and rulers.
- Royal houses.
- Disabled veterans.
- Military hospitals.
- South African War, 1899-1902 |Hospitals.
- Netley (Hampshire, England)
- Helena Augusta Victoria, Princess Christian of Schleswig-Holstein, 1846-1923.
- Victoria, Queen of Great Britain, 1819-1901.
- Royal Victoria Hospital (Netley, England)