The Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Women: From the Earliest Times to 2004

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Abbreviations
Organisations, institutions, services etc. referred to in entries
AASAberdeen Artists' Society
ACESArts and Crafts Exhibition Society
ACGBArts Council of Great Britain
AEUAmalgamated Engineering Union
AHEWAssociation for the Higher Education of Women
ALRAAbortion Law Reform Association
AMSUAssociation for Moral and Social Hygiene
ARAAssociate of the Royal Academy
ARPAir Raid Protection
ARSAAssociate of the Royal Society of Artists
ASLSAssociation for Scottish Literary Studies
ATSAuxiliary Territorial Service
AWSSAberdeen Women's Suffrage Society
BCCBritish Council of Churches
BDBachelor of Divinity
BFUWBritish Federation of University Women
BGSBritish Geological Survey
BLBritish Library
BLEPSBritish Library of Economic and Political Science
BMBritish Museum
BMABritish Medical Association
BMWFBritish Medical Women's Federation
BNABritish Nurses' Association
BSBIBotanical Society of the British Isles
BSEBotanical Society of Edinburgh
BWTABritish Women's Temperance Association
CAPCommon Agricultural Policy
CHECampaign for Homosexual Equality
CNDCampaign for Nuclear Disarmament
CPGB (CP)Communist Party of Great Britain.
CPLCentral Public Library (Edinburgh)
CSWGChurch of Scotland Woman's Guild (in 1997 the name changed to The Church of Scotland Guild)
CTAClass Teachers' Association
CUKTCarnegie UK Trust
CUWFAConservative and Unionist Women's Franchise Association
CWGCo-operative Women's Guild
CWSCo-operative Wholesale Society
DBEDame of the British Empire
DCSDeaconess of the Church of Scotland
DSUDundee Social Union
DWCADundee Women Citizens' Association

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The Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Women: From the Earliest Times to 2004
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements vi
  • Advisers to the Project viii
  • Contributors ix
  • Abbreviations xv
  • Readers' Guide xxiii
  • Introduction xxv
  • The Biographical Dictionary of Scottish Women 1
  • A 3
  • B 21
  • C 56
  • D 90
  • E 109
  • F 115
  • G 130
  • H 153
  • I 177
  • J 181
  • K 188
  • L 200
  • M 214
  • N 280
  • O 285
  • P 289
  • Q 294
  • R 295
  • S 310
  • T 350
  • U 358
  • V 359
  • W 361
  • Y 383
  • Z 384
  • Thematic Index 386
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