Silk sash with Red Cross emblem and embroidered gold star

Production date
1914-1918

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Silk sash with Red Cross emblem and embroidered gold star 1914-1918. The sash was made in The Rookery, Bromley Common, Hospital For Wounded during the First World War and belonged to Brigadier Norman. The hospital consisted of three large rooms with eighteen beds and was lent by Mr and Mrs A C Norman and was open between October 1914 and May 1915.
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Catalogue Number
923/64
Associated Person and Role
British Red Cross Society. Kent Branch

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