Statues - Hither & Thither

Great Britain
London
London

Greater London

Tavistock Square (WC1)

Louisa Aldrich-Blake

Chingford, Essex 1865 - 1925
British surgeon; one of the first British women to enter the world of medicine
(Wikipedia)
A.G. Walker
1926

London /  Louisa Aldrich-Blake   London /  Louisa Aldrich-Blake

Description

Monument with two identical bronze busts of Louisa Adrich-Blake. The text on the plinth is on both sides also identical, except for the quote at the end.

London - Louisa Aldrich-Blake London - Louisa Aldrich-Blake

Inscription(s)

LOUISA
BRANDETH
ALDRICH-BLAKE
d.b.e. m.d. m.s.
1865-1925


Dean of the London
(Royal Free Hospital)
School of Medicine
for Women
1914-1925

Consulting Surgeon
Royal Free Hospital
1919-1925

Surgeon to the
Elizabeth Garrett
Anderson
Hospital
1895-1925

(park side):
The path of the just
is as the shining light


(street side):
Glorious is the fruit
of good labour

London - Louisa Aldrich-Blake

Sculptor

Sources & Information

Tags

Location N 51°31'28" W 0°7'41"

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