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Very proud schoolgirl at Moor House School, Hurst Green Oxted, Surrey, finds her Featured The Queen Mother Print

Very proud schoolgirl at Moor House School, Hurst Green Oxted, Surrey, finds her

Very proud schoolgirl at Moor House School, Hurst Green Oxted, Surrey, finds her work admired by Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother. The royal visitor called at the school to see progess in the treatment of speech handicapped children. The school was opened in 1947 to give the children special speech training as part of the normal school lessons 26th November 1953

© TopFoto.co.uk

Duke and Duchess of York - Austrian Folk Dance Performance Featured The Queen Mother Print

Duke and Duchess of York - Austrian Folk Dance Performance

Albert, Duke of York (later King George VI 1895-1952) and Elizabeth, Duchess of York (later Elizabeth, the Queen Mother 1900-2002) enjoy a performance by a group of Austrian Folk Dancers during their tea with Baron Franckenstein, at an exhibition of Austrian Art and Industry at Dorland House, Regent Street, London. Georg Freiherr von und zu Franckenstein (later Sir George Franckenstein) (1878-1953) was the eldest son of Karl Baron von und zu Franckenstein ) and his wife, Elma nee Countess von Schonborn-Wiesentheid ) and a member of the Franckenstein family. Date: 1934

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

King George VI & his wife Queen Elizabeth(the Queen Mother) Featured The Queen Mother Print

King George VI & his wife Queen Elizabeth(the Queen Mother)

An early, undated photograph of a smiling King George VI (1895-1952), and his wife Queen Elizabeth(the Queen Mother)(1900-2002)at Ballater railway station, Scotland. Dressed informally, with the Queen Mother sporting a cloche hat and an off the shoulder fur stole, they are accompanied by a dog on a leash, and followed by a railway worker. Ballater was the nearest railway station to Balmoral Castle, until it was then closed by the British Railways Board in 1966, as part of the "Beeching cuts"

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans