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TITLE
Inverness Courier report on Prince of Wales' visit, page 9
EXTERNAL ID
Z_GB232_D375_P054
PERIOD
1930s
SOURCE
Highland Archive Centre
ASSET ID
4883
KEYWORDS
royal visits
Edward VIII
hospitals
Inverness Courier report on Prince of Wales' visit, page 9

This is the ninth page of the Inverness Courier report on the visit of Edward, Prince of Wales, to Inverness on 26 June 1931.

At the Royal Northern Infirmary the Prince opened new radiological and out-patients departments. He visited the children's ward, which was named after his niece, Princess Elizabeth, and the male surgical ward. Brief speeches were made by MacKintosh of MacKintosh, honorary president of the Infirmary, and by Provost MacEwen.

The report mentions all those responsible for making the arrangements for the royal visit and makes special mention of the oak casket in which the Burgess Ticket was placed and of the solid gold key with which the Prince opened the new departments at the Infirmary


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Inverness Courier report on Prince of Wales' visit, page 9

1930s

royal visits; Edward VIII; hospitals

Highland Archive Centre

Sir Alexander MacEwen Papers

This is the ninth page of the Inverness Courier report on the visit of Edward, Prince of Wales, to Inverness on 26 June 1931.<br /> <br /> At the Royal Northern Infirmary the Prince opened new radiological and out-patients departments. He visited the children's ward, which was named after his niece, Princess Elizabeth, and the male surgical ward. Brief speeches were made by MacKintosh of MacKintosh, honorary president of the Infirmary, and by Provost MacEwen.<br /> <br /> The report mentions all those responsible for making the arrangements for the royal visit and makes special mention of the oak casket in which the Burgess Ticket was placed and of the solid gold key with which the Prince opened the new departments at the Infirmary <br /> <br /> <br /> For further information about this item and the collection to which it belongs, please <a href="mailto: archives@highlifehighland.com">email</a> the Highland Archive Service