'Hilda' can also refer to...

Dame Hilda Nora Lloyd (1891—1982) gynaecologist and obstetrician

(Elizabeth) Hilda Lockhart Lorimer (1873—1954) classical scholar

(Emilie) Hilda Horniblow (1886—1950) chief controller of Queen Mary's Army Auxiliary Corps and educationist

Eustace and Hilda


Hilda Andrews (1900—1983)

Hilda Beemer Kuper (1911—1992) social anthropologist

Hilda Bridges (1881—1971)

Hilda Butsova (1896)

Hilda Caroline Gregg (1868—1933) novelist and short-story writer

Hilda Cashmore (1876—1943) university teacher and welfare worker

Hilda Clark (1881—1955) physician and humanitarian aid worker

Hilda Diana Oakeley (1867—1950) educationist and author

Hilda Doolittle (1886—1961) poet and novelist

Hilda Gertrude Cowham (1873—1964) illustrator

Hilda Gertrude Marley (1876—1951) psychologist and educationist

Hilda group

Hilda Koopman

Hilda Lessways

Hilda Lewis (1896—1974)

Hilda Loughran

Hilda Martindale (1875—1952) civil servant

Hilda Mary Emily Ada Ruthven Murray (1875—1951) philologist and literary scholar

Hilda Matheson (1888—1940) intelligence officer and director of radio talks

Hilda Meldrum Brown

Hilda Murrell (1906—1984) environmentalist and peace campaigner

Hilda Neatby (1904—1975)

Hilda Ormsby (1877—1973) geographer

Hilda Phoebe Hudson (1881—1965) mathematician


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(Henze: Elegy for Young Lovers). See Mack, Frau Hilda.

Subjects: Opera.

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