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|Archive reference number||NG30/1947/42|
Photograph: Cleaning and conservation
Photograph of a security guard behind the gates of the gallery, as part of the Keystone Feature 'Should an Old Master Be Washed.' Text accompanying photograph reads: "A first class attendant at the National Gallery. Here he opens one of the iron grille doors, one of the many security gates which protect a nation's treasures." Copyright: Keystone Press Agency Ltd., 4/7 Red Lion Court, Fleet St., London, EC4. Photographer: Frederick Ramage or George Konig. Neg. R/GK/4558-30
|Alternative reference numbers||NG30/33|
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