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Edward, Prince of Wales with Provost Alexander MacEwen

Edward, Prince of Wales with Provost Alexander MacEwen

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LOCATION: Inverness
PERIOD: 1930s
OLD COUNTY/PARISH: INVERNESS:Inverness and Bona
CONTRIBUTOR: The Highland Council Archive
COLLECTION NAME: MacEwen Photographic Archive
IMAGE CREATED: 26 June 1931
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Edward, Prince of Wales visited Inverness on 26 June 1931. He had been invited by Provost Alexander MacEwen to address the annual conference of the British Legion (Scotland) and to accept the award of the Freedom of Inverness. His other engagements included a visit to a workshop employing disabled ex-servicemen and the official opening of two new departments at the Royal Northern Infirmary. He is pictured here with Provost MacEwen.



IDENTIFIER: GB232_D375_P006

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