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Photograph of Remnants of the Royal Maternity Hospital at Rottenrow

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Photograph showing some of the architectural remnants of the Royal Maternity Hospital at Rottenrow in the city centre of Glasgow.

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Kirsty Earley

Date

c. 2020

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Photograph showing some of the architectural remnants of the Royal Maternity Hospital at Rottenrow in the city centre of Glasgow.

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Portrait of James Wilson 1783-1854

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Seated half-length in a black suit on a dark background.

Date

19th century

Identifier

89

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125.5 x 100 cm

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oil on canvas

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Seated half-length in a black suit on a dark background.

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Lucy Baldwin Gas-Oxygen Analgesia Apparatus

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Lucy Baldwin- Countess Baldwin of Bewdley, wife of Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin, and maternity health activist. This gas-oxygen analgesia apparatus would have been administered to women in labour as a source of pain relief. It is named after Lucy Baldwin in honour of her efforts to advance the practice of midwifery and the care of expecting mothers. She campaigned for equal care for all mothers during labour, setting up a fund in order that women of all financial backgrounds could access anaesthesia when needed.

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c. 1950s

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2003/74

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Length: 21.5 cm

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Metal

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Lucy Baldwin- Countess Baldwin of Bewdley, wife of Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin, and maternity health activist. This gas-oxygen analgesia apparatus would have been administered to women in labour as a source of pain relief. It is named after Lucy Baldwin in honour of her efforts to advance the practice of midwifery and the care of expecting mothers. She campaigned for equal care for all mothers during labour, setting up a fund in order that women of all financial backgrounds could access anaesthesia when needed.

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