Joanna Astley stone plaque in London

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This stone, which stands on the site of the house of Dame Joanna Astley, nurse of King Henry VI, was laid by The Lady Ludlow, wife of the Right Honourable Lord Ludlow, Treasurer of St. Bartholomew's Hospital, as the foundation of a building devoted to the elucidation of problems in the nature and treatment of the diseases of those who have sought relief from suffering in this hospital. December 5th 1907.
Dove Brothers - Builders
Edward B. I'Anson - Architect
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