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Kitty Wilkinson

Kitty Wilkinson was the founder of Britain's first public wash-houses. opened in May 1842, in Upper Fredrick Street, Liverpool.


You can read more about her in several places, for example:


There is a stained glass window in the 'Lady Chapel' of Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral of here, also i read they will soon have a statue for her in Georges Hall


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Taken on March 10, 2010