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Florence Nightingale with Sir Harry Verney at Claydon House. Photograph courtesy of the Wellcome Library, London. The Edinburgh Royal Infirmary as it was when Nightingale nursing began there in 1872. Photograph courtesy of the Wellcome Library, London. The “new” Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, opened in 1879 and in use until 2003. Photograph courtesy of the Wellcome Library, London. Angelique Lucille Pringle (left) and Frances E. Spencer (right), matrons at the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary. Photographs courtesy of the Wellcome Library, London, and the Lothian Health Board, respectively. Florence Lees, leader of district nursing. Photograph courtesy of the Wellcome Library, London. Agnes Elizabeth Jones, pioneering superintendent of the Liverpool Workhouse Infirmary. Photograph from Scottiepress. William Rathbone, mp and philanthropist, funder of workhouse and district nursing. Photograph courtsy of the University of Liverpool Archives. (Dame) Rosalind Paget, niece of William Rathbone and early leader in district and midwifery nursing. Photograph courtesy of the Wellcome Library, London. Nightingale handwritten letter. Courtesy of the Gannett Healthcare Group. / 917 918 / / 919 920 / ...

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ISBN
9781554581702
Related ISBN
9780889205208
MARC Record
OCLC
625268199
Pages
950
Launched on MUSE
2012-07-10
Language
English
Open Access
No
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