Memorabilia of Queen Elizabeth, II visit to the University of Virginia [manuscript], 1976 July 10.


Memorabilia of Queen Elizabeth, II visit to the University of Virginia [manuscript], 1976 July 10.

The collection includes photographs of the staff that served Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Philip and other guests at a luncheon in her honor during her visit to the University of Virginia. Also included are photographs of the table settings, centerpiece, and guest being served; and, a framed photograph of the Queen herself matted with an invitation to the luncheon. In addition, are cards noting the menu, guests at the head table, and the invitation to the luncheon mounted on matte board.

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SNAC Resource ID: 7925709

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