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Mary Chalmers

(b. 1927)


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Chalmers, Mary

CHALMERS, Mary

Alexandra Mary Chalmers Watson (1872—1936) medical practitioner and head of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps

Watson, Alexandra Mary Chalmers [Mona; née Alexandra Mary Geddes] (1872-1936), medical practitioner and head of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps

WATSON, Alexandra Mary Chalmers (1873 - 1936), President, Medical Women’s Federation; President Women’s United Services Club; Member of Advisory Committee on Nutrition; First Chief Controller Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps, 1917–18

SINTON, Brig.) John Alexander (1884 - 1956), DTM Liverpool; JP, DL, Co. Tyrone; Indian Medical Service, retired; lately Hon. Consultant Malariologist, War Office; Hon. Fellow Ulster Medical Society; Arnott Memorial Medallist, Irish Medical Schools’ and Graduates Assoc., 1917; Chalmers Memorial Medallist, Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 1928; Bisset-Hawkins Medallist, RCP, London, 1944; Robert Campbell Memorial Orator and Medallist, Ulster Medical Soc., 1946; Mary Kingsley Medallist, Liverpool Sch. of Trop. Med., 1949; a Pro-Chancellor Queen’s Univ., Belfast; late Director, Malaria Survey of India; late Manson Fellow, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Opera on Stage. Ed. by Lorenzo Bianconi and Giorgio Pestelli. Trans. by Kate Singleton. pp. xii + 346. The History of Italian Opera, 5. (University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London, 2002, $55. ISBN 0-226-04591-9.)
 Opera in Theory and Practice, Image and Myth. Ed. by Lorenzo Bianconi and Giorgio Pestelli. Trans. by Kenneth Chalmers and Mary Whittall. pp. xiv + 456. The History of Italian Opera, 6. (University of Chicago Press, Chicago and London, 2003, $70. ISBN 0-226-04592-7.)

 

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(1927–), American author and illustrator. Chalmers was educated at the Philadelphia Museum College of Art and became famous for her “Harry” books. Throw a Kiss, Harry (1958) illustrates her unassuming ...

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