Nov. 11, 1959 - Penny receives the Queen's Pony.: Today was a big day for ten-year-old Penny Stepheonson, of St. Leonard's Hill, Windsor- for at Windsor Town Hall today she received a pony that had been presented to H.M. the Queen during last year's Royal Canadian tour. The Queen decided to give the pony, which is named ''Miss Windsor to give the pony, which is name ''Mias Windsor'', to a child in Windsor, Berks and schoolchildren were invited to write to the Mayor of Windsor saying why they thought they should have the pony. Penny won from sixty-six entries

- Image ID: E0RHP9
Nov. 11, 1959 - Penny receives the Queen's Pony.: Today was a big day for ten-year-old Penny Stepheonson, of St. Leonard's Hill, Windsor- for at Windsor Town Hall today she received a pony that had been presented to H.M. the Queen during last year's Royal Canadian tour. The Queen decided to give the pony, which is named ''Miss Windsor to give the pony, which is name ''Mias Windsor'', to a child in Windsor, Berks and schoolchildren were invited to write to the Mayor of Windsor saying why they thought they should have the pony. Penny won from sixty-six entries
Keystone Press / Alamy Stock Photo
Image ID: E0RHP9
Nov. 11, 1959 - Penny receives the Queen's Pony.: Today was a big day for ten-year-old Penny Stepheonson, of St. Leonard's Hill, Windsor- for at Windsor Town Hall today she received a pony that had been presented to H.M. the Queen during last year's Royal Canadian tour. The Queen decided to give the pony, which is named ''Miss Windsor to give the pony, which is name ''Mias Windsor'', to a child in Windsor, Berks and schoolchildren were invited to write to the Mayor of Windsor saying why they thought they should have the pony. Penny won from sixty-six entries. Photo shows Penny Stephenson with ''Miss Windsor'', after today a presentation. (Credit Image: Keystone Pictures USA/ZUMAPRESS)
Save to lightbox