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10 Park Terrace

History of 10 Park Terrace


Ladies school run by Miss Robinson

Henry Robson lived here with his wife Alice, nee Cumming, who was one of the first two women who graduated in medicine from Glasgow University in 1894. Alice became a Doctor of Public health and served as an anaesthetist at Addenbrookes Hospital; she died in July 1945.

Henry Robson was the bursar of Sidney Sussex. His daughter, Miss J I M Robson, taught the viola.


Henry Cumming Robson, Fellow of Sidney Sussex College


Miss J Robson


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