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Great Kitchen of Royal Pavilion as Indian military hospital operating theatre, 1915

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Digital Media Bank ID: 680
Description: Magic lantern slide showing the Great Kitchen of the Royal Pavilion which had been converted into an operating theatre during it's use as an Indian Military Hospital, 1915.
Categories: Timeline/ World War One (1914-1918), Collections / Local & Social History, Learning Themes/ WW1, Collections / Local & Social History/ Historic Photographs/ Magic Lantern Slides, Learning Themes/ Royal Pavilion/ Indian Military Hospital (1914-1916)  

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Caption: Great Kitchen of Royal Pavilion as Indian military hospital operating theatre, 1915
Licence: CC BY-SA
Credit Line: Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove

Object or Artwork info

Type (of Object or Artwork): Magic Lantern Slide
Title (of Artwork / Object): 10. Royal Pavilion. Operating Theatre
Creator (of Artwork / Object): A H Fry
Date Created (of Object / Artwork): 1915
Description (Object or Artwork): This magic lantern slide shows the Royal Pavilion during its use as an Indian Military Hospital during World War One. It was probably produced by Henry Roberts, the Director of the Pavilion to illustrate later lectures on the subject. The image shows the operating theatre in the Royal Pavilion. This room had formerly been used as the Great Kitchen. Linoleum flooring had been placed over the flagstones, and the sides of the room appear to have been partitioned. The room is only recognisable through the fake bamboo cast iron pillars that can be seen behind the medical staff.
Subject tags:
indian
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pavilion
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WWI
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Royal Pavilion Indian Hospital
   
Other Keywords: hospitalindian hospital,indian hospital

File info

Original Filename: dmas_bh411298_d01.jpg
Media: Image
Size: 2.70 MB; 4591 x 3193 pixels; 389 x 270 mm (print at 300 DPI); 1215 x 845 mm (screen at 96 DPI);
Orientation: Landscape

Administrative info

Linked Accession no.: BH411298