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Florence Nightingale and Frances E. Willard

W.J Wintle

Florence Nightingale and Frances E. Willard

the story of their lives

by W.J Wintle

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Published by Sunday School Union in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesFrances E. Willard., The story of Florence Nightingale.
Statementby W.J.Wintle and by Florence Witts.
ContributionsWitts, Florence.
The Physical Object
Pagination144,143p. :
Number of Pages144
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22476784M

early writings and her later promotion of training schemes, it is possible to claim that Florence Nightingale was a great, if unrecognized, educationist. Her early life Florence was born in , the second child of William and Frances Nightingale, a wealthy couple who both came from Unitarian backgrounds (i.e. they were dissenters from the. "Book Production War Economy Standards" logo on title page verso suggests book may have been published as late as or Topics: Nightingale, Florence, .

Front has b/w photos of Florence Nightingale and Frances E. Willard, in lavishly decorated coloured surround. Spine decorated green/gilt torch, flame, and wreath. End papers lightly aged, no inscription. " x ". pp. Cr. plus 1 page book adverts. Frontis. b/w photo plate portrait of . Approximate date based on reference made in the preface (p. viii) to Edward Cook's biography of Nightingale, which "was about to be written" and which was published in Topics: Nightingale, Florence, , Evatt, George Joseph Hamilton, b. , Nurses.

Florence Nightingale (05/12/ – 08/13/) was born in Florence, Italy, as the second daughter of William Edward and Frances Nightingale. She was named after the city of her birth. Born into a wealthy family, Florence was educated at home by her father in subjects including history, philosophy, and . Florence Nightingale: An Introduction to Her Life and Family introduces the Collected Works by giving an overview of Nightingale’s life and the faith that guided it and by outlining the main social reform concerns on which she worked from her “call to service’’ at age sixteen to old age. This volume reports correspondence (selected from the thousands of surviving letters) with her.


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(BYR).Florence Nightingale and Frances E. Willard: the Story of Their Lives, with Florence Witts, undated According to his obituary, Wintle also wrote a Life of Charles Spurgeon. [1].