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Entrance to the Henriette Raphael building

Henriette Raphael Entrance to the Henriette Raphael building
Inscription

{Etched in the glass doors:}
Henriette Raphael gave her name to the first purpose-built nurses' home at Guy's Hospital which opened in 1902 & was funded by donations from her husband, Henry Raphael & her sons Walter & Herbert. The home was the first of its kind in London.

Site: Henriette Raphael (2 memorials)

SE1, Great Maze Pond, Guy's Hospital - Memorial Park

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Entrance to the Henriette Raphael building

Subjects commemorated Information

Henriette Raphael

Wife to Henry Raphael, a wealthy Jewish banker, and mother to his 12 children...

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First purpose built nurses' home in London

The Henriette Raphael Building at Guy's Hospital.

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This section lists the subjects who helped to create/erect the memorial on this page:
Entrance to the Henriette Raphael building

Created by Information

Henry Lewis Raphael & sons Walter & Herbert

Henry Lewis Raphael had 12 children with his wife Henriette. Walter, the 6th ...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
Entrance to the Henriette Raphael building

Also at this site Information

Henriette Raphael plaque

The Henriette Raphael Nurses' Home, erected by Henry Lewis Raphael in memory ...

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