royal visit

Royal Visit 1927

Royal visit to Hastings, 4 March 1927 by the Duke and Duchess of York – the future King George VI and Elizabeth, later the Queen Mother

Official party from programme in The Hawke’s Bay Tribune, Thursday 3 March 1927 and Friday 4 March 927 –
Mayor, George A Maddison and Mayoress of Hastings, daughter Joan to present the flowers; Mr Percy R Purser, Town Clerk; Sir Heaton Rhodes (Minister to represent the Prime Minister),

Royal Visit 1927

Royal visit to Hastings, 4 March 1927 by the Duke and Duchess of York – the future King George VI and Elizabeth, later the Queen Mother

George V fountain in Cornwall Park at rear

Official party from programme in The Hawke’s Bay Tribune, Thursday 3 March 1927 and Friday 4 March 927 –
Mayor, George A Maddison and Mayoress of Hastings, daughter Joan to present the flowers; Mr Percy R Purser,

Royal Visit 1927

Royal visit to Hastings, 4 March 1927 by the Duke and Duchess of York – the future King George VI and Elizabeth, later the Queen Mother

Official party from programme in The Hawke’s Bay Tribune, Thursday 3 March 1927 and Friday 4 March 927 –
Mayor, George A Maddison and Mayoress of Hastings, daughter Joan to present the flowers; Mr Percy R Purser, Town Clerk; Sir Heaton Rhodes (Minister to represent the Prime Minister),

Royal Visit 1927

Royal visit to Hastings, 4 March 1927 by the Duke and Duchess of York – the future King George VI and Elizabeth, later the Queen Mother

Official party from programme in The Hawke’s Bay Tribune, Thursday 3 March 1927 and Friday 4 March 927 –
Mayor, George A Maddison and Mayoress of Hastings, daughter Joan to present the flowers; Mr Percy R Purser, Town Clerk; Sir Heaton Rhodes (Minister to represent the Prime Minister),

Royal Visit 1927

The Duchess of York about to inspect the Girl Guides during th Royal visit to Hastings, 4 March 1927 by the Duke and Duchess of York – the future King George VI and Elizabeth, later the Queen Mother

Official party from programme in The Hawke’s Bay Tribune, Thursday 3 March 1927 and Friday 4 March 927 –
Mayor, George A Maddison and Mayoress of Hastings, daughter Joan to present the flowers; Mr Percy R Purser,

Royal Visit 1927

Royal visit to Hastings, 4 March 1927 by the Duke and Duchess of York – the future King George VI and Elizabeth, later the Queen Mother

Official party from programme in The Hawke’s Bay Tribune, Thursday 3 March 1927 and Friday 4 March 927 –
Mayor, George A Maddison and Mayoress of Hastings, daughter Joan to present the flowers; Mr Percy R Purser, Town Clerk; Sir Heaton Rhodes (Minister to represent the Prime Minister),

Royal Visit 1927

Royal visit to Hastings, 4 March 1927 by the Duke and Duchess of York – the future King George VI and Elizabeth, later the Queen Mother

Shops in background –
Wilkie & Austin Carriers
Gill Bros. Auctioneers Property Salesmen
Post Office

Royal Visit 1927

The Duke of York receiving a presentation on stage during the Royal visit to Hastings, 4 March 1927 by the Duke and Duchess of York – the future King George VI and Elizabeth, later the Queen Mother

Official party from programme in The Hawke’s Bay Tribune, Thursday 3 March 1927 and Friday 4 March 927 –
Mayor, George A Maddison and Mayoress of Hastings, daughter Joan to present the flowers; Mr Percy R Purser,

Royal Visit 1927

Watching the Girl Guides marching during the Royal visit to Hastings, 4 March 1927 by the Duke and Duchess of York – the future King George VI and Elizabeth, later the Queen Mother

Official party from programme in The Hawke’s Bay Tribune, Thursday 3 March 1927 and Friday 4 March 927 –
Mayor, George A Maddison and Mayoress of Hastings, daughter Joan to present the flowers; Mr Percy R Purser, Town Clerk;

Royal Visit 1927

Royal visit to Hastings, 4 March 1927 by the Duke and Duchess of York – the future King George VI and Elizabeth, later the Queen Mother

Official party from programme in The Hawke’s Bay Tribune, Thursday 3 March 1927 and Friday 4 March 927 –
Mayor, George A Maddison and Mayoress of Hastings, daughter Joan to present the flowers; Mr Percy R Purser, Town Clerk; Sir Heaton Rhodes (Minister to represent the Prime Minister),

Royal Visit 1927

Royal visit to Hastings, 4 March 1927 by the Duke and Duchess of York – the future King George VI and Elizabeth, later the Queen Mother

Official party from programme in The Hawke’s Bay Tribune, Thursday 3 March 1927 and Friday 4 March 927 –
Mayor, George A Maddison and Mayoress of Hastings, daughter Joan to present the flowers; Mr Percy R Purser, Town Clerk; Sir Heaton Rhodes (Minister to represent the Prime Minister),

Royal Visit 1927

School children marching during Royal visit to Hastings, 4 March 1927 by the Duke and Duchess of York – the future King George VI and Elizabeth, later the Queen Mother

Official party from programme in The Hawke’s Bay Tribune, Thursday 3 March 1927 and Friday 4 March 927 –
Mayor, George A Maddison and Mayoress of Hastings, daughter Joan to present the flowers; Mr Percy R Purser, Town Clerk; Sir Heaton Rhodes (Minister to represent the Prime Minister),

Royal Visit 1927

Royal visit to Hastings, 4 March 1927 by the Duke and Duchess of York – the future King George VI and Elizabeth, later the Queen Mother

Official party from programme in The Hawke’s Bay Tribune, Thursday 3 March 1927 and Friday 4 March 927 –
Mayor, George A Maddison and Mayoress of Hastings, daughter Joan to present the flowers; Mr Percy R Purser, Town Clerk; Sir Heaton Rhodes (Minister to represent the Prime Minister),

Royal Visit 1927

Royal visit to Hastings, 4 March 1927 by the Duke and Duchess of York – the future King George VI and Elizabeth, later the Queen Mother

Official party from programme in The Hawke’s Bay Tribune, Thursday 3 March 1927 and Friday 4 March 927 –
Mayor, George A Maddison and Mayoress of Hastings, daughter Joan to present the flowers; Mr Percy R Purser, Town Clerk; Sir Heaton Rhodes (Minister to represent the Prime Minister),