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A warmly beautiful hand tinted vintage photo of a smiling vintage nurse in uniform. #vintage #nurse #hospital #uniform #1940s #1950s

mental hospital nurses 1936 Absolutely fascinating article if you click through to the website printed in a 1930's LIFE magazine

Said to be an army hospital nurse, this post mortem (death portrait) photograph shows a young woman holding a book, possibly a small bible or testament. The revenue stamp on the back dates this image to 1864. Annapolis was the site of one of the largest Union Army Hospitals during the Civil War and at least 5 female nurses died of diseases caught while tending patients there. Three of them died in late 1863 and two died in early 1865. The 1864 stamp on this image places it between those two time

Nurses showing the eleven babies that were born on New Year’s Day 1933 in a hospital in Berlin, Germany.

Rhinoplasty. Loss of nose due to an injury, replaced with a finger in 1880. Surgery by Dr. E. Hart, photo by OG Mason, both of Bellevue Hospital, NY.

The Dolls Hospital by Max Dupain As Max Dupain photographed around Sydney, this is most probably The Sydney Doll Hospital, started by the Chapman family, the business is about 95 years old and still in business today.

Late on the night of March 10, 1948, a fire started in a kitchen of the main building of Highland Hospital in Asheville, NC. Spreading rapidly through a dumbwaiter shaft, flames reached every floor, and, in spite of efforts by hospital staff and local fire fighters to evacuate everyone from the building, nine patients died. Among the victims of the fire, identified only by her slipper, was Zelda Fitzgerald, her husband, the writer F. Scott Fitzgerald

Early Good Samaritan Hospital Training School for Nurses Graduate Photograph

Dr. DeBakey was an internationally recognized and respected physician and surgeon, noted for pioneering work in cardiovascular surgery. He is credited with inventing scores of medical devices, techniques and procedures which have saved the lives of millions throughout the world. Dacron arteries, arterial bypass operations, artificial hearts, heart pumps and heart transplants are common today, thanks to DeBakey. He is also credited with developing the Mobile Army Surgical Hospitals (M.A.S.H.)

For all my nurse friends lol....Best discharge instructions EVER.