Thérèse Bertrand-Fontaine

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Dr. Bertrand-Fontaine in 1930.

Thérèse Bertrand-Fontaine, (b. Paris, 15 October 1895 - d. Paris, 24 December 1987), was a French doctor. [1] By the time of her death, she held the title of Grand Officer of the Légion d'honneur. [2]

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  1. Who's Who in France - 1973-1974, Paris, 1973, p. 242.
  2. Who's Who in France, XXe, Levallois-Perret, Lafitte, 2001.