‘An Atlas of Anatomy: or, Pictures of the Human Body in Twenty-Four Quartro Coloured Plates Comprising one Hundred Separate Figures, with Descriptive Letterpress’ by Mrs Florence Fenwick Miller, 1879.
The remarkable Florence Fenwick Miller (1854-1936) was a leading British vocal supporter of women’s rights, particularly in respect of education. She received her medical degree by the age of twenty and was a member of the London Board of Education. Her unpublished autobiography was shared by her family in the last decade and became the basis of a 2001 biography by Rosemary T. Vanarsdel: ‘Florence Fenwick Miller: Victorian Feminist, Journalist and Educator’
consider O this my body for it has lain with empty arms upon the giddy hills to dream of you -ee cummings ***