People, Apr. 28, 1958

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To raise money for a retired nurses' fund, Britain's Prime Minister Harold Macmillan opened up his Sussex home to the public for one day, gathered more than $500 for the charity from some 2,000 who paid admissions, sipped soft drinks, gawked at the handsome gardens. In his best country-gentleman manner, the Prime Minister posed on the steps of Birch Grove House with wife Lady Dorothy and six blooming grandchildren: Anne Faber, 13, Alexander Macmillan, 14, Adam Macmillan, 10, Mark Faber, 7, Michael Faber, 12, and Joshua Macmillan, 13.

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