Platts-Mills, Daisy Elizabeth (Dr), 1868?-1956

Mills, Daisy Elizabeth, 1868-1956, Platts, Daisy Elizabeth, 1868-1956

Medical practitioner. Born in Australia, educated in Dunedin. Attended medical school at the University of Otago. Married John Fortescue Wright Mills (d 1946). Dominion president of the Women's National Reserve during World War I, receiving the St John Ambulance medal. Also vice president of the YWCA and the Royal Life Saving Society. Mother of Dr Adah Hamilton Evelyn Platts-Mills. (See `Southern people; a dictionary of Otago Southland biography', 1998)

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Date: 1915 From: [Ephemera relating to patriotism, fundraising for the war effort, during World War I. 1914-1918. Folder 1] By: Whitcombe & Tombs Ltd Ref: Eph-A-WAR-WI-Patriotic-1915-02 Description: Booklet contains advertising by local businesses. It contains full page portrait photographs of candidates in the Patriotic Carnival, including: Mrs Algar Wi...
Date: 28 May 1987 From: New Zealand Medical Women's Association: Records By: Platts-Mills, Adah Hamilton Evelyn (Dr), 1904-2000 Ref: OHInt-0019/02 Description: Dr Adah Platts-Mills describes her childhood and family background, especially her mother - 'Dr Daisy' - a Wellington medical practioner, working in Welling...
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Date: 1913 From: S P Andrew Ltd :Portrait negatives Ref: 1/1-014569 Description: Formal seated portrait of Dr Daisy Elizabeth Platts-Mills. Dr Platts-Mills is seated at an angle from the camera. She is wearing a lace jacket over a long...