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  1. Millicent Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, Duchess of Sutherland RRC (née Lady Millicent Fanny St. Clair-Erskine, 20 October 1867 – 20 August 1955) was a British society hostess, social reformer, author, editor, journalist, and playwright, often using the pen name Erskine Gower.

  2. Millicent Sutherland-Leveson-Gower, the Duchess of Sutherland, with wounded soldiers, patients at No.9 Red Cross Hospital (Millicent Sutherland Ambulance) at Calais, July 1917.

  3. As the lady of Stafford House in London, located opposite Buckingham Palace, and of Dunrobin Castle in Scotland, the duchess became one of the leading hostesses of the period and one of the most brilliant women in London society of the day.

  4. Elizabeth Millicent Sutherland, 24th Countess of Sutherland (née Sutherland-Leveson-Gower; 30 March 1921 – 9 December 2019) was a Scottish noblewoman. She was the holder of an earldom in the Peerage of Scotland, and was chief of Clan Sutherland.

  5. 9 de jun. de 2024 · Millicent Fanny Sutherland-Leveson-Gower (née St Clair-Erskine), Duchess of Sutherland. (1867-1955), Society hostess and social reformer; wife of 4th Duke of Sutherland; daughter of 4th Earl Rosslyn. Sitter associated with 11 portraits.

  6. Photograph of Millicent, Marchioness of Stafford, aged 20: full length portrait, seated on a balcony, turned to her left, looking to left, holding a strand of ivy. Signed and dated by the sitter.

  7. With the outbreak of war, the Duchess took a Red Cross ambulance unit to France where she set up the No. 9 Red Cross Hospital. In August 1914 she was captured by the Germans but managed to escape. She served with the Red Cross in France for the remainder of the war.