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Feb 2011 The Elizabeth Garrett Anderson UNISON Gallery: an update

The Elizabeth Garrett Anderson UNISON Gallery, within the restored Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Hospital building on Euston Road, is due to open in May 2011. The Gallery, funded by the hospital building’s new owners, UNISON, tells the story of Elizabeth Garrett Anderson and her family - her battle to become a doctor, the history of the hospital she founded, the work of other early women doctors - and of workers for women’s greater freedom in all areas of endeavour. Some elements of the new Gallery are based on research published in the book by Elizabeth Crawford: Enterprising Women: the Garretts and their circle, published by Francis Boutle Publishers.

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