Dalzell House War Hospital Memorial Plaque, Motherwell, 1919

Dalzell House, in Motherwell, was put into use as an auxiliary hospital during the First World War. Over 1,000 wounded were treated there. This plaque records the gratitude of the Red Cross to the house's owners, the Hamiltons of Dalzell.

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1919 · British Red Cross Society · Dalzell House, Motherwell

height: 280mm
depth: 285mm
Metal, Brass
To record the use of this hospital building as an auxiliary hospital during the Great War, and the thanks of the Scottish Branch, British Red Cross Society to the generous donor. April 1919
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