Group    From 1899 

London School of Tropical Medicine

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This school was founded in 1899 at the Albert Dock Seamen's Hospital by Patrick Manson, the Chief Medical Officer to the Colonial Office. The School moved to he Endsleigh Gardens site in 1920. The main school building opened in 1929 on Keppel Street, as the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

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London School of Tropical Medicine

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Tropical sickness

This building housed the London School of Tropical Medicine and the Hospital ...

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London School of Tropical Medicine

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Mary Anne Clarke

Mary Anne Clarke, 1776 - 1852, mistress of Prince Frederick, Duke of York, li...

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St Benedict's Hospital

St Benedict's Hospital

Hill House, built in 1802, was the manor house on this site. It was bought by St Joseph's Teaching Brotherhood and they built a Roman Catholic school, St Joseph's Roman Catholic College, in 1887. T...

Building, Medicine

2 memorials
Ladywell Mineral Spring

Ladywell Mineral Spring

The medicinal powers of the spring were supposed to help people with poor eyesight. The spring ran dry after the construction of a sewer in the late 19th century. Careful not to confuse this Ladyw...

Place, Medicine

1 memorial
Joseph Lister

Joseph Lister

Born in Upton, Essex. Died in Walmer, Kent. Pioneer in the use of antiseptics in surgery. The medical historian, Ruth Richardson, has an interesting piece in the Lancet reporting on how Agnes his w...

Person, Medicine

3 memorials
Doctor Innes Pearse

Doctor Innes Pearse

Medical practitioner and biologist. Born Innes Hope Pearse in Purley, Surrey. She worked on thyroid research at the Royal Free Hospital, with George Scott Williamson who she later married. Together...

Person, Community / Clubs, Medicine

1 memorial
W. G. Grace

W. G. Grace

Cricketer and medical practitioner. Born William Gilbert Grace at Clematis House, Downend, Mangotsfield, near Bristol. He started playing first-class cricket for Gloucestershire in 1864. Took his m...

Person, Medicine, Sport / Games, Canada, USA

4 memorials