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Queen Victoria's first visit to Brighton, 4 October 1837: view of the royal carriage passing through the decorated floral amphitheatre at the north gate of the Royal Pavilion

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Fabian, John
NOTES: This print shows Queen Victoria on her first visit to Brighton during the initial year of her reign.

Royal Victoria Arch, Dundee Harbour: perspective view

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Leslie, James (1801-1889)
NOTES: The Royal Victoria Arch was a wooden structure designed by harbour engineer James Leslie and erected in Dundee to commemorate a visit to the city by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert in 1844. It was later replaced by a permanent stone arch designed by John Thomas Rochead and built between 1849 and 1853.

Queen Victoria's carriage passing under the Grand Triumphal Arch, Glasgow, surrounded by crowds of onlookers

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NOTES: This temporary triumphal arch was erected at the north end of Glasgow Bridge to commemorate Queen Victoria's first visit to the city.

Design for a temporary royal dais for the Festival of Britain: sketch showing a dais erected on the steps of St Paul's Cathedral, City of London, for the launch of the Festival by King George VI

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Casson, Sir Hugh Maxwell (1910-1999)
NOTES: Casson's drawn design for a temporary dais is shown superimposed onto a photographic print of the steps and entrance portico of Sir Christopher Wren's St Paul's Cathedral.

Official opening of the Royal Institute of British Architects' Heinz Gallery, 21 Portman Square, London, on May 4, 1972: Her Royal Majesty Queen Elizabeth II with the President, Alex Gordon, seated on her right

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Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom (1926- )
NOTES: The Heinz exhibition gallery, designed by Alan Irvine and Stefan Buzas, was located at 21 Portman Square, a house designed by James Adam and built by Samuel Wyatt in 1772. It was home to the RIBA Library Drawings Collection from May 1972 until November 2004 when the Collection was relocated to the Henry Cole Wing at the V&A.

Design for the banqueting hall for the visit of Queen Victoria, Drummond Castle, Perthshire: plan and elevations

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Kennedy, George Penrose (1821-1898)
NOTES: Kennedy was working in Sir Charles Barry's office when Barry was working on proposals for remodelling Drummond Castle. It appears that Kennedy, whose father was factor at Drummond Castle and from a family of landscape architects, was involved in the recreation of the Castle's formal gardens as well as making the designs for the banqueting tent erected for the visit of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert on September 2, 1842.

Official opening of the Royal Institute of British Architects' Heinz Gallery, 21 Portman Square, London, on May 4, 1972: Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II with the RIBA President Alex Gordon seated to her right

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Gordon, Sir Alexander John (1917-1999)
NOTES: The Heinz exhibition gallery, designed by Alan Irvine and Stefan Buzas, was located at 21 Portman Square, a house designed by James Adam and built by Samuel Wyatt in 1772. It was home to the RIBA Library Drawings Collection from May 1972 until November 2004 when the Collection was relocated to the Henry Cole Wing at the V&A.
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