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Memorial to Lieutenant Ernest G. Boas
Memorial to Lieutenant Ernest G. Boas
Memorial to Lieutenant Ernest G. Boas
Memorial to Lieutenant Ernest G. Boas

© the copyright holder. Photo credit: South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust

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This work was cast in bronze from terracotta by the sisters of Ernest Boas.

Ulster Hospital







H 89.5 x W 116.3 x D 5 cm

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donated by the sisters of Ernest Boas

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inscribed: after S. R. Praeger; lower right, on a plaque: In memory of / ERNEST ALEXANDER BOAS / Honarary Secretary and Chairman of this Hospital 1904-1925 / and of his son / ERNEST GEORGE BOAS / killed on the Somme 1916


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Ulster Hospital

Upper Newtownards Road, Dundonald, County Antrim BT16 1RH Northern Ireland

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