Smith, Edward Protheroe-

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Professor Roy Dobbin established a library of books and manuscripts relating to midwifery while in Cairo and while the majority of this collection ultimately went to the Royal College of Physicians, a proportion was beqeathed to the College following his death, together with ad hoc donations made during the latter part of his career.

Edward Protheroe-Smith was a descendant of Dr Protheroe Smith, the founder of the Hospital for Women in Soho Square (1842)

From the guide to the Gifts to the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists from Roy Dobbin and Edward Protheroe-Smith, 1676 -1901, (Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists)

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creatorOf Gifts to the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists from Roy Dobbin and Edward Protheroe-Smith, 1676 -1901 Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists
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associatedWith Alexandrina Victoria., 1819-1901 person
associatedWith British Gynaecological Society corporateBody
associatedWith Christison, Robert., 1797-1892 person
associatedWith Dobbin, Roy Samuel person
associatedWith Duncan, James Matthews., 1826-1890 person
associatedWith Harvey, Sir Eliab., fl. 1630-1680 person
associatedWith Jenner, Edward., 1749-1823 person
associatedWith Lister, Joseph., 1827-1912 1st Baron Lister, Surgeon person
associatedWith Nightingale, Florence., 1820-1910 person
associatedWith Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society of London corporateBody
associatedWith Sieveking, Edward Henry., 1816-1904 person
associatedWith Simpson, Sir James Young., 1811-1870 person
associatedWith Smith, H Heywood., fl. 1876-1908 person
associatedWith St Bartholomew's Hospital, London corporateBody
associatedWith University of Edinburgh corporateBody
associatedWith Wertheim, William., fl. 1900-1901 person
associatedWith Williams, Robert James Probyn-., 1866-1952 person
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Women's health
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