Person    | Female  Born 28/7/1873  Died 15/11/1943

Dr. Louisa Garrett Anderson

Categories: Gender Issues, Medicine

Born Aldeburgh, Suffolk. CBE MD. Daughter of Elizabeth Garrett Anderson and niece of Millicent Fawcett. Suffragette. Established and ran the Endell Street Military Hospital. The picture shows Anderson, on the right with Dr Flora Murray her life and work partner.

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Dr. Louisa Garrett Anderson

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Fawcett frieze - 34, Garrett Anderson

Dr Louisa Garrett Anderson, 1873 - 1943

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Military Hospital

Site of Endell Street Military Hospital, 1915 - 1919. Established in former w...

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