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Young Patient : Stock Photo
A boy recovering from plastic surgery in the children's wing of the Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead, which was funded by the charitable organisation the Pea-Nut Club to help patients with burns, accidents or birth deformities.

Young Patient

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A boy recovering from plastic surgery in the children's wing of the Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead, which was funded by the charitable organisation the Pea-Nut Club to help patients with burns, accidents or birth deformities.
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HV1585-001
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Photographer:
Bert Hardy
Collection:
Hulton Archive
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212 x 280 px (2.94 x 3.89 in) - 72 dpi - 18.4 KB
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