Plaque to Elsie Maud Inglis

Dedicated to: 

Dr Elsie Maud Inglis (1864-1917)

Daughter of Edinburgh, Physician, Surgeon, Humanitarian,
Medical Pioneer and Advocate for Universal Suffrage.

of the Scottish Women's Hospitals for Foreign Service in World War One

'She will shine forever in history' Winston Churchill

In memory of the women who lost their lives as a direct consequence of serving in the Scottish Women's Hospitals for Foreign Service:

Dr Elise Inglis; Mary de Burgh Burt; Florence Caton; Agnes Earl; Kate Harley; Evelina Haverfield; Louisa Jordan; Augusta Minshll; Margaret Neill Fraser; Olive Smith, Bessie Sutherland; Caroline Toughill; Alice Annie Grey; Cicely Mary Leigh Pope; Dr Sybil Lonie Lewis.

Erected by: 
Scotland's War Project (1914-1919)
24 November 2017
Stairway at Edinburgh Central Library
7-9 George IV Bridge
Edinburgh, MLN, EH1 1EG
Additional information: 

[We're looking at ways to connect multiple women to one memorial - for now, the dedication is linked only to Elsie Inglis]