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House in Paris, The

Mother and Child: The House in Paris (1935)

SPENCER, Herbert Ritchie (1860 - 1941), (retired); Consulting Obstetric Physician to University College Hospital; Emeritus Professor of Obstetric Medicine, University College, London; Obstetric Physician to University College Hospital, 1887–1925 (previously Obstetric Assistant, House Surgeon and House Physician); late President of Section of the History of Medicine and of Section of Obstetrics and Gynæcology, Royal Society of Medicine; late President Medical Society of London; late Examiner in Midwifery and Diseases of Women in Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, London, and Royal College of Physicians; Hon. Fellow American Gynæcological Society; membre honoraire de la Société d’Obstétrique et de Gynécologie de Paris; membre honoraire de la Société belge de gynécologie et d’obstétrique; Hon. Fellow Obstetrical Society of Edinburgh; Hon. Fellow Società Medica Chirurgica of Bologna

GOODMAN, Robert Gwelo (died 1939), South African artist; Medallist, Julian’s Schools, Paris. Member Pastel Society; Exhibitor at Salon, RA; Ten panels painted for Union Government of South Africa for vestibule of library at South Africa House, 1943; Room for Princess Alice in Kensington Palace decorated with 8 panel pictures of South Africa, 1930; six water colours, two oils, one pastel, purchased by Chamber of Mines for Johannesburg Art Gallery; Kanakoutes, purchased by Grahamstown Gallery; Schoengezicht, 1922, purchased by Durban Gallery; gold medal for group of pastels, San Francisco, 1915; King George V Jubilee Medal, 1935; King George VI Coronation Medal, 1937

 

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(1935), a novel by Elizabeth Bowen, centring on the brief affair, as seen in retrospect, between Karen Michaelis and Max Ebhart while the former is engaged to Ray Forrestier and ...

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