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An·der·son

(an'dĕr-sŏn),
Evelyn, 20th-century U.S. physician, 1899-1985. See: Anderson-Collip test.

An·der·son

(an'dĕr-sŏn),
Roger, U.S. surgeon, 1891-1971. See: Anderson splint, Roger Anderson pin fixation appliance.

An·der·son

(an'dĕr-sŏn),
James C., 20th-century British urologist.

An·der·son

(an-dĕr'son),
William, British dermatologist and surgeon, 1842-1900.
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The new stamps include images of equal pay campaigner Barbara Castle, women's rights activist Millicent Garrett Fawcett, and her sister Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, the first British woman to qualify as a doctor.
Other women honoured today are Marie Stopes, who pioneered family planning, and civil rights activist Claudia Jones, equal pay campaigner Barbara Castle, women's rights activist Millicent Garrett Fawcett and her sister Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, the first British woman to qualify as a doctor.
o 1836 Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, English physician, was born in London.
The project is named after suffragette Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, who became the first woman doctor in Britain.
Also on This Day: 1859: Flogging was abolishedin the British Army; 1880: Birth of architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott; 1908: The country's first woman mayor, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, was elected at Aldeburgh in Suffolk; 1953: Death of the Welsh poet Dylan Thomas; 1965: The death penalty for murder was abolished in Britain; 1966: John Lennon and Yoko Ono first met in London in one of Yoko's exhibitions; 1996: A censorship row erupted in the London Film Festival over the film Crash.
1865 - Elizabeth Garrett Anderson qualified to become Britain's first practising woman doctor1894 - Simon Marks and Tom Spencer (Marks & Spencer) opened their first store1923 - The Radio Times was first published.
Also on This Day: 1745: God Save the King, the national anthem, was sung for the first time at the Drury Lane Theatre, London; 1865: Elizabeth Garrett Anderson admitted to the register as the first qualified woman physician and surgeon in Britain; 1894, the first Marks & Spencer store opened; 1895: Death of French chemist Louis Pasteur; 1939: German forces reached Warsaw.
1549 - The Church of England adopted The Book of Common Prayer compiled by Thomas Cranmer1836 - Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, English physician, was born in London.
Also on this day: 1837: Moses Montefiore became the first Jew to be knighted in England; 1859: Flogging abolished in the British Army; 1880: Birth of architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott; 1908: The first woman mayor, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, was elected at Aldeburgh; 1918: The German Kaiser abdicated after a revolution in Germany; 1953: Death of Welsh poet Dylan Thomas; 1965: The death penalty for murder was abolished in Britain.
``Rejoice, we conquer, '' he gasped -- then dropped dead 929 King Wenceslaus of Bohemia, Good King Wenceslas of the Christmas Carol, died in Star a Boleslav 1865 Elizabeth Garrett Anderson qualified to become Britain's first practising woman doctor 1884 Emigre Simon Marks and Yorkshireman Tom Spencer (Marks & Spencer) opened their first store in Leeds 1923 The Radio Times was first published 1964 Harpo Marx, the silent one who chased girls and played the harp, died aged 75 1978 Pope John Paul I died after only 33 days as Pontiff
1836: Elizabeth Garrett Anderson,English physician, was born in London.
Anniversaries: 1837: Moses Montefiore became the first Jew to be knighted in England; 1859: Flogging abolished in the British Army; 1908: The first woman mayor, Elizabeth Garrett Anderson, was elected at Aldeburgh; 1953: Death of Welsh poet Dylan Thomas; 1960: John F.