London (inhabited place)
Found in 1238 Collections and/or Records:
Bristol Room (panelled in English sweet chestnut): view of window (at Craven Street/NZ Bar end of Buttery), 1936
Bristol Room: view of model of the Matthew, the ship in which Cabot discovered Newfoundland in 1497: it was made by Jack Claridge, a Bristol ex-seaman and master-rigger, 1936
Commonwealth Economic Conference, London, Nov. to Dec. 1952: Churchill in conversation with S.G. Holland, Louis St. Laurent, Senanayake and N.C. Havenga (South African minister of finance), 1952
Commonwealth Economic Conference, London, Nov. to Dec. 1952: Churchill, St. Laurent, Menzies, Nazimuddin and Whitehead enjoying a chat and a joke, 1952
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