Standard Name: Garrett, Agnes
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|Family and Intimate relationships||Millicent Garrett Fawcett||
Several of MGF 's sisters were concerned with the status of women. Elizabeth Garrett (later Elizabeth Garrett Anderson) was pre-eminent amongst them: she became the first female doctor in Britain, whose successful entrance to, and...
|Friends, Associates||Isabella Ormston Ford||
Through her mother's connection with the women's movement of the mid-Victorian period, IOF met Millicent Garrett Fawcett and her sister Agnes Garrett , with whom Isabella and her sister Bessie became close friends and correspondents...
|Textual Production||Millicent Garrett Fawcett||
MGF 's travels to Palestine were enabled by a gift of £500 which she received on New Year's Day 1920. The money (wrote the donor) was to be used strictly for pleasure rather than political...
|Travel||Millicent Garrett Fawcett||
In her later years (1921-1929) MGF travelled for pleasure with her sister Agnes , though political considerations were never absent from her field of vision. She visited Palestine (then under British administration) four times, and...
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