Victoria 1

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Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee: Program (1897) | by Toronto Public Library Special Collections                                                                                                                                                      More London, England, Victoria, Queen, Queen Victoria, Royal Family, Queens, Monarchy, Kingdom Of Great Britain

Program for a musical event held at Exhibition Park on June 22, 1897, featuring the Festival Chorus of the Toronto School Children. Title: God Save the Queen. / 1837 Diamond Jubilee. 1897 Creator: Unknown Date: 1897 Published: Toronto, Canada: 1897. Identifier: 1897. Diamond; i19_God Save the Queen 1897 Diamond Jubilee front Format: Ephemera Rights: Public domain More information: This image was published in connection with "Royal Fanfare", a TD Gallery exhibit running from September 22 to…

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Victoria, Daughters, Royals, Queen Victoria, Queen, Queen Elizabeth, Queen Victoria Family, Queen Victoria Prince Albert, Royal Family

Victoria was one of the youngest queens of England and one of the most important. She was called to the throne on the death of her uncle, William IV, in 1837, when she was only 18. The beautiful young queen married Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha. The couple was extremely close, and she conferred the title of Prince Consort on him. They had nine children, four sons and five daughters. She gave her name to the era, but was never “Victorian”. Restorers' Comment: Her body was…

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