RMERGHMW–Florence Nightingale - Pioneer of modern nursing, a writer and a noted statistician: 12 May 1820 – 13 August 1910.
RMABBD3A–Florence Nightingale, 1820 -1910. English statistician, pioneer of nursing and a reformer of hospital sanitation methods.
RMRNPXFP–Florence Nightingale, Angel of Mercy, Scutari Hospital 1855, print
RMD96W1A–Florence Nightingale (1820 -1910) English nurse, flying to the aid of British troops in the Crimea. From 'Punch', London, 1854. Wood engraving.
RMB67GKA–Florence Nightingale holding lamp in front of man.
RMTR86NM–FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE (1820-1910) English nurse and social reformer about 1860
RMCY89GR–Florence Nightingale (1820-1910), English Nurse, Founder of Modern Nursing, Albumen Photograph, Circa 1880
RMBNG1EE–Portrait of Florence Nightingale by Juan Buckingham Wandesforde, (1817-1902)
RMBJTY97–Florence Nightingale, English nurse and hospital reformer, 1854. Artist: Unknown
RMH04BH6–Sidney Herbert, 1st Baron Herbert of Lea (1810 – 1861) was an English statesman and a close ally and confidant of Florence Nightingale who he sent out to the Crimean war. With Nightingale he led the movement for Army Health and War Office reform after the war.
RMD36JK8–Florence Nightingale and modern nurse, postage stamp, Australia, 1955
RMANRH3J–Florence Nightingale English nurse and hospital reformer holding lamp in front of man
RMFNX36P–Florence Nightingale at Scutari, 1854. 'The Lady with the Lamp', an 1891 print from the painting by Henrietta Rae.
RMD9XJY4–British £2 coin - 2010 - 100th Anniversary of the death of Florence Nightingale. Designed by Gordon Summers
RMHRNPWA–Florence Nightingale, English Nurse and Statistician
RMC3C64A–Statue of Florence Nightingale on Waterloo Place, London.
RMERGF82–Florence Nightingale - Pioneer of modern nursing, a writer and a noted statistician: 12 May 1820 – 13 August 1910. Photograph
RMCXR5BP–Florence Nightingale is famous for her nursing work during the Crimean War (1854 - 56). From the archives of Press Portrait Service (formerly Press Portrait Bureau)
RMRNPXEP–Florence Nightingale at work in the Therapia Hospital, Turkey during the Crimean War, portrait, print, 19th Century
RMKCETY1–1969 Brooke Bond collectors tea card, depicting: Florence Nightingale, (1820 – 1910); English nurse, social reformer and statistician, and the founder of modern nursing.
RMHR1MN7–Florence Nightingale (1820-1910), the founder of modern nursing, in a c1856 photograph by William Edward Kilburn. Nightingale led a team of nurses she trained to tend to the wounded British and allied forces in the Crimean War (1854) at the Barrack Hospital in Scutari, a suburb of Constantinople. In 1860, she laid the foundation of professional nursing with the establishment of her nursing school at St Thomas' Hospital in London.
RMAW0HM3–FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE English nurse and hospital reformer 1820 to 1910 - see description below
RMA0MGNH–Florence Nightingale Portrait on £10 Note 1975 Series
RME15RD0–Bust / statue / sculpture of Florence Nightingale, on display at the former Staff College, Camberley, Surrey. UK.
RMBJWC45–Florence Nightingale, English nurse and hospital reformer, 1855 (1951). Artist: Unknown
RMCNRKY4–Nightingale, Florence, 15.5.1820 - 13.8.1910, British nurse, portrait, circa 1860, ,
RMDRE8D5–Portrait of Florence Nightingale from 10 Pounds banknote, UK, 1988
RFB45WTT–Florence Nightingale Museum London
RMD84X93–Hospital ward at Scutari during the Crimean War, after the arrival of Florence Nightingale.
RM2BT1RK0–'The Mission of Mercy: Florence Nightingale receiving the Wounded at Scutari' by Jerry Barrett, oil on canvas, 1857.
RM2BJ1TF7–Derby, Derbyshire, UK. 28th April 2020. A raindrop falls from a statue of Florence Nightingale after the nation observed a minuteÕs silence to remember key workers who have died because of Covid-19 during the coronavirus pandemic lockdown. Credit Darren Staples/Alamy Live News.
RMCY89H4–Florence Nightingale (1820-1910), English Nurse, Founder of Modern Nursing
RMHRNPW6–Florence Nightingale, English Nurse and Statistician
RME11RF3–Oct. 10, 1979 - Princess Alexandra Presents The Florence Nightingale Medal To Miss Diana Elvidge At the British Red Cross Society, Grosvenor Crescent, London, Princess Alexandra presented to Miss Diana Elvidge, with the highest International Red Cross Nursing award- The Florence Nightingale medal, sometimes called the nurses' VC. It is presented every other year to a maximum of 36 nurses or voluntary aide throughout the world for exceptional devotion to the sick and wounded. Miss Elvidge nursed in Malaya during the emergency between 1953 and 1955
RMERG5TM–Florence Nightingale - Pioneer of modern nursing, a writer and a noted statistician: 12 May 1820 – 13 August 1910. Photograph
RMC4H0E6–Florence Nightingale is famous for her nursing work during the Crimean War (1854 - 56). From the archives of Press Portrait Service (formerly Press Portrait Bureau)
RMRNPXEW–Florence Nightingale (1820-1910), English social reformer, statistician and the founder of modern nursing, portrait painting, 19th Century
RMD969B6–Florence Nightingale (1820-1910) English nursing pioneer and hospital reformer inspecting wards of the military hospital at Scutari during the Crimean War (1853-1856). Patients able to leave bed cluster round a box stove. After lithograph from Simpson 'Illu
RMHR5MP7–Florence Nightingale (1820-1910), the founder of modern nursing, in a c1856 photograph by William Edward Kilburn. Nightingale led a team of nurses she trained to tend to the wounded British and allied forces in the Crimean War (1854) at the Barrack Hospital in Scutari, a suburb of Constantinople. In 1860, she laid the foundation of professional nursing with the establishment of her nursing school at St Thomas' Hospital in London.
RMARJFRC–FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE (1820-1910) English nurse and hospital reformer
RM2BJD9BH–Vintage black and white Victorian photograph taken in 1886. Photo shows nurse Florence Nightingale and nurses from the Nightingale Training School at Claydon House, where she spent part of her life. The House was owned by Sir Harry Verney, who is seen in the photograph also.
RMEHJ8J7–Florence Nightingale stained glass, St. John the Baptist Church, Beckford, Worcestershire, England, UK
RMAJ9WGB–Florence Nightingale in the barrack hospital at Scutari, c1880. Artist: Unknown
RMB43J49–Nightingale, Florence, 15.5.1820 - 13.8.1910, british nurse, half length, sitting, coloured engraving, circa 1870,
RMDXX30J–1970 First Day Cover commemorating the 150th anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale.
RMB39RNB–City of Derby, England. The Listed Grade II Florence Nightingale statue by sculptor Countess Feodora von Gleichen.
RMABHHG1–Florence Nightingale, 1820 - 1910. Pioneer of nursing and a reformer of hospital sanitation methods.
RMFNX371–Florence Nightingale in one of the wards of the hospital at Scutari, Turkey (formerly Ottaman Empire) during the Crimean War. Lithograph by E Walker from an illustration by William Simpson, 1856.
RMTWH1WE–Florence Nightingale (1820-1910), English Nurse, Founder of Modern Nursing, Head and Shoulders Portrait, Steel Engraving, Portrait Gallery of Eminent Men and Women of Europe and America by Evert A. Duyckinck, Published by Henry J. Johnson, Johnson, Wilson & Company, New York, 1873
RMHRNPX9–Florence Nightingale, English Nurse and Statistician
RMFT025K–London, Waterloo Place A side panel on the base of the statue of Florence Nightingale depicting a Crimea War scene
RMERGER8–Florence Nightingale in hospital at Scutari, during the Crimean War. Known as 'The Lady with the Lamp'. 12 May 1820 – 13 August
RM2BNK838–Painted & leaded glass 'Lancet' window panel on display at the Florence Nightingale museum. London. UK. (107)
RMRNPXET–Florence Nightingale (1820-1910) portrait painting by Augustus Egg, 19th Century
RMRJAMJ3–Florence Nightingale, shown as the lady with the lamp visiting a wounded soldier at the field hospital in the Crimean war 1855. Florence Nightingale, (1820 - 1910) an English social reformer and statistician, and the founder of modern nursing.
RMB6EBJ4–Florence Nightingale Saint Paul's Cathedral.
RMA2JM2A–FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE English nurse 1820 1910 who laid the foundations for modern nursing
RMBNG1EH–Last Portrait of Florence Nightingale by unknown artist, artist unknown
RMCWB1F2–Florence Nightingale (1820-1910), photograph ca. 1880
RMMPPPFW–Florence Nightingale (1820-1910), British nurse. Artist: Unknown.
RMBHD81X–Nightingale, Florence, 15.5.1820 - 13.8.1910, British nurse, portrait, bust, sculpture by John Robert Steell, 1862, ,
RM2BMYWEP–An image of Florence Nightingale is projected on to Guy's and St Thomas' hospital in London to mark the 200th anniversary of the birth of the nurse.
RMBJPNA4–Statue of Florence Nightingale known as the Lady of the Lamp in the Crimean War near the Guards monument in London
RM2A7TF8H–The home of Florence Nightingale, Lea Hurst, Derbyshire, England, seen here in the 19th century. From English Pictures, published 1890.
RME0MAR8–May 05, 1954 - Florence Nightingale'' prepares for searchlight tattoo walks in the West End.: Captain Joan Moriarty (31) of St.
RM2BWBGJ2–Famous explorer ' s sister will act ' Florence Nightingale ' at Wembley tattoo Miss Gladys Shackleton , sister of the late Sir Ernest Shackleton , who is to act Florence Nightingale at the forthcoming military tattoo 27 August 1924
RMM60D4B–Florence Nightingale, The Lady with the Lamp
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