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Quorn House during WW2

This photograph was donated by Sheila Brewer who was a nurse at Quorn House when it was a Civil Defence Rest home during WW2. The picture was taken during a visit by the Duchess of Gloucester.

Left to right: Mrs Hefford Quartermaster British Red Cross Society, Lady Paynter Director of British Red Cross Society, Mrs Nihell Preau (formerly Mrs Farnham, widow of Jack Farnham) Commandant British Red Cross Society and the Duchess of Gloucester

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 Submitted on: 2012-01-09
 Submitted by: Sheila Brewer
 Artefact ID: 1518
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