Entrance to Christ's Hospital: 19th-20th century
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Entrance to Christ's Hospital: 19th-20th century

Philip Norman

© Museum of London

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Entrance to Christ's Hospital. Watercolour drawing. Christ's Hospital also known as the 'blue coat school' due to its distinctive uniform, was founded by Edward VI in Newgate Street in the City of London in 1852.
 

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Date

1891 AD - 1910 AD
 

Image Number

001364
 

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