Dr. Susan DimockThe Forest Hills Cemetery and the Forest Hills Educational Trust PRESENT:

A FORSYTH LECTURE EVENT — with author and historian Susan Wilson

Thursday, May 10th at 6PM

Follow the life of Dr. Susan Dimock of the New England Hospital for Women and Children as she broke the rules to which women of the mid-nineteenth century were “supposed to” adhere. Dr. Dimock became a healthcare pioneer earning a medical degree in Zurich and developing the first professional nursing school in the nation.  Join us for a talk about her remarkable story and many accomplishments as we celebrate her 171st birthday.

After the lecture, you’re invited to accompany Susan Wilson on a short walk to visit the grave of Dr. Dimock for some additional storytelling.

Admission:  $10 for advance tickets; $12 day of the lecture

Susan Wilson is an award winning photographer, writer, educator, and multimedia artist whose stories and images regularly appeared in The Boston Globe from 1978–1996. Susan is the author of many books about Boston and is the official House Historian for the Omni Parker House as well as a Visiting Scholar at The Women’s Studies Research Center at Brandeis University.