College of Medicine for Women Edinburgh merit certificates 1900; Medical College for Women certificates Edinburgh 1900-1904; School of Medicine: Surgeons' Hall certificates 1900-1904; University of Edinburgh certificates 1900-1911; Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh certificates 1901-1904; Edinburgh Provident Dispensary certificate 1902; registration certificates 1900-1912; miscellaneous; diplomas and degrees of Ada Elizabeth Miller 1907-1913; Robert Webster Miller tutorial notebooks 1912-1914; degree diploma of MB ChB of Edinburgh University 1914
Miller, Ada Elizabeth and Robert Webster
- This material is held at
- ReferenceGB 239 GD1/6
- Dates of Creation1900-1914
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish.
- Physical Description0.4 shelf metres: papers, bound volumes
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Robert Webster Miller graduated MB ChB in 1914, his sister Ada Elizabeth Miller having graduated MB ChB in 1907 and MD in 1911. They practised together in Edinburgh until the late 1940s when Robert moved to Inverness.
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Compiled by Mike Barfoot and Jenny McDermott using existing handlists
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