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The Great Exhibition of 1851. Its significance and achievements, and the role of the Society of Arts

Hermione Hobhouse will discuss the role of the Society of Arts in initiating the first international exhibition held in Hyde Park in 1851



Speaker(s):

The Hon. Hermione Hobhouse | talks

 

Date and Time:

26 June 2007 at 6:00 pm

Duration:

1 hour

 

Venue:

Royal Albert Hall
Kensington Gore
Londn
SW7 2AP


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Organised by:

William Shipley Group for RSA History
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Tickets:

£5 for non-WSG members

Available from:

Honorary Secretary, William Shipley Group, 7 Drakes Drive, Northwood HA6 2SL email: susan@bennett.as tel: 0790 5273293

Additional Information:

Further information available from Honorary Secretary, William Shipley Group, 7 Drakes Drive, Northwood HA6 2SL email: susan@bennett.as tel: 0790 5273293

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