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Hunt, James (1833–1869), speech therapist and anthropologist, was born at Godlingston Manor, Swanage, Dorset, the son of Thomas Hunt (1802–1851), a tenant farmer and speech therapist, and his wife, Mary (1805/6–1855). Nothing is known of his education except that he was trained by his father in the art of curing stammering through breathing exercises, muscle control, and building a patient's confidence, the subject of his ...

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Hunt, Thomas Perkins Lowman (1802–1851), speech therapist, was born at Whitchurch, Dorset, and is said to have been educated at Winchester College. He was admitted as a pensioner, aged twenty, at Trinity College, Cambridge, on 7 June 1822, with the intention of becoming a minister of the ...

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Logue, Lionel George (1880–1953), speech therapist, was born on 26 February 1880 in College Town, Adelaide, South Australia, the eldest of three children of George Edward Logue, clerk, and his wife, Lavinia, née Rankin. Logue was educated at Prince Alfred College, Adelaide, between 1889 and 1896, and studied elocution with ...

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McAllister, Anne Hutchison (1892–1983), speech therapist and teacher, the daughter of Robert Dempster McAllister, apothecary, and his wife, Anne Hutchison Macnee, was born at Main Street, Biggar, on 29 November 1892. She graduated MA (1917) and BEd (1924) from Glasgow University, and after teaching in a ...

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Morley, Muriel Elizabeth (1899–1993), speech therapist, was born on 20 February 1899 at The Wells, Skircoat, Halifax, Yorkshire, the eldest daughter of Samuel Edwin Morley, a boiler composition manufacturer, and his wife, Helen Ann Monk, née Fletcher. Morley was educated at Halifax and ...

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Stein, Leopold Siegfried (1894–1969), psychiatrist and speech therapist, was born on 2 December 1894 in Vienna, Austria. His family were Austrian Jews. Stein was educated in Vienna and attended the university, where he studied philosophy and philology. It was during this time that his interest in semantics and speech first developed. He then studied medicine and graduated MD in 1923. Following his graduation, ...

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Ward, Winifred Mary Kingdon- (1884–1979), speech therapist, was born at 30 Victoria Road, Old Charlton, Kent, on 12 October 1884, the daughter of Harry Marshall Ward (1854–1906), botanist, and his wife, Selina Mary, née Kingdon (d. 1922), daughter of Francis Kingdon, of ...