Front cover of a file about a statue for Florence Nightingale, 1911-1912. Catalogue ref: WORK 20/67
This file is from the government Ministry of Works which has information about the planning, building and up keep of royal buildings and parks, public buildings and deals with the protection and care of ancient monuments and statues.
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STATUES PART. 1
File No. 2066/1
Name FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE
(1) ERECTION OF STATUE IN WATERLOO PLACE AND TRANSFER OF MAINTENANCE TO THE BOARD T.A. 2ND JANUARY 1914
(2) CRIMEAN MEMORIAL MOVED BACK INTO WATERLOO PLACE TO MAKE ROOM FOR FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE STATUE
(3) REMOVAL OF STATUE OF LORD HERBERT FROM THE WAR OFFICE QUADRANGLE TO WATERLOO PLACE
SECTION CROSS REFS:
M.F. 6972: STATUE OF LORD HERBERT OF LEA
M.F. 12034: GUARDS MEMORIAL (CRIMEAN)
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