Mary Louise Roberts

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Mary Louise Roberts OBE (1886–1968) was a New Zealand masseuse, physiotherapist and mountaineer. She was born in Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand in 1886. She was New Zealand's most celebrated physiotherapist (before the coining of that name) and was for more the twenty years the principal of Dunedin Hospital school of massage, the only such training facility in New Zealand.[1]