Obituary was published in the EPS Bulletin in February 1960.
"Not very many members will remember
Miss Raeburn, who died on 26th January, because it is many years
since she was able to attend the meetings of the Society, although,
quite recently, she did come to the opening of many of our
In her younger days Miss Raeburn was a
most active member of the E.P.S. and a well known lecturer and
Some ten years ago she made the Society
a most handsome donation at a time when this was particularly
helpful: she has also from time to time most generously given to the
Society or its members equipment which she was no longer able to
It was only fitting that all her
interest and help should be recognised some years ago when she was
invited to become an Honorary President of the Society.
Latterly, when Miss Raeburn was frail
and unable to go about, she greatly welcomed visits from some of the
members she knew.
Miss Raeburn's association with the
E.P.S. was a long one joining it as she did in 1907, and she
saw great developments and expansion and many changes in the Society
in which her interest was never failing."