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The Combined Hospital Appeal

During the 1920s the Fund continued to raise money to support the voluntary hospitals by launching the ‘Combined Hospital Appeal’. The cause was widely promoted at the time to encourage people to give to the hospitals. One such awareness-raising campaign was a poster competition that asked for members of the public to design posters based on the theme ‘Save our Hospitals’

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King's Fund Library

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