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Elizabeth Garrett Anderson - W1

Elizabeth Garrett Anderson - W1 Elizabeth Garrett Anderson - W1
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London County Council
Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, 1836 - 1917, the first woman to qualify as a doctor in Britain, lived here.

Site: Elizabeth Garrett Anderson - W1 (1 memorial)

W1, Upper Berkeley Street, 20

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Elizabeth Garrett Anderson - W1

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Elizabeth Garrett Anderson

Born in Whitechapel. She was the first female doctor to be trained in Britain...

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Elizabeth Garrett Anderson - W1

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London County Council

Prior to the LCC London matters were run by church parishes. The LCC was the ...

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