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Wald

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Lillian (1867–1940). American nurse; founder of the Henry Street Settlement in the Lower East Side of New York City, one of the first nonsectarian visiting nurse services in the world.
Lillian Wald. Courtesy Visiting Nurse Service of New York.
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"The sentencing was a kick in the teeth," said Lillian's aunt, Michaela Groves, from Bromley, South East London.
Lillian grew up on a farm outside Shrewsbury and is mother to Bernie Davies, 70, who is semi-retired and works as a part-time gardener.
Lillian received a letter and a promotional flyer in January from an outfit claiming to be a Christmas present saving fund.
However, Lillian was reflective of a seismic shift in attitudes towards class and gender which, hastened by the First World War, would change the UK forever.
Lillian wrote that she stands up against trolls because, "I don't pay attention to haters dear, I just don't want a generation of young girls and boys growing up to become spiteful people."
She wrote Lillian in Love during National Novel Writing Month (nanowrimo.org) two years ago with her friend Elizabeth Woodcraft, a Lambda Award-winning writer in London.
The film explores the shared history of storyboard artist Harold Michelson and research librarian Lillian Michelson, who, together and separately, worked on some of the greatest movies of the 20[non-translatable text] century: The Graduate, Chinatown, Raging Bull, The Apartment, The Birds, To Catch a Thief, The Fly, The Ten Commandments, The Man Who Knew Too Much, Spartacus, Cape Fear, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, The Day of the Locust, High Anxiety, Reds, The Cotton Club, Manhattan, Star Trek, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Rocky, and many, many more.
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If you are not charmed by Lillian Boxfish, then there may be no hope for you.
Her family say staff at the home in Belgrano, near Abergele, rightly followed her GP's instructions not to administer any medication as Lillian needed urgent medical attention and oxygen.