U.S. Cadet Nurse Corps

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Women's Cadet Nurse American Uniform . 1941-45 Olinda, Vintage Fashion, Fashion, Military Fashion, Historical Clothing, Military Women, Vintage Suits, 1940s Fashion, Vintage Outfits
(a-c, e-r) suit, Mollie Parnis | Uniform | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Women's Cadet Nurse American Uniform . 1941-45
black and white photograph of a woman in uniform, wearing glasses and a hat with a flower on it
"Miss Kay Fukuda, U.S. Naval cadet nurse, Corps head"; photograph by Ansel Adams; 1943. 1 photographic print : gelatin silver. Library of Congress
Women's Cadet Nurse American Uniform . 1941-45
(a-c, e-r) suit, Mollie Parnis | Uniform | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Women's Cadet Nurse American Uniform . 1941-45
an old black and white photo of women marching down the street
The Cadet Nursing Corps had numerous local chapters all across the USA during WWII. Here a group of young CNC women march in a V-J Day victory parade.
an old black and white photo of a woman holding a cat in front of a building
Polly Schmidt and her pet cat while she lived and trained at Philadelphia State Hospital (Byberry) during WWII. She was a cadet nurse, part of the US Cadet Nurse Corps program. I interviewed her son for my book, BYBERRY STATE HOSPITAL.
the building is surrounded by many trees and bushes, with a flag flying in the background
Arlington National Cemetery: What to See and Do
WOMEN IN MILITARY SERVICE FOR AMERICA honors all US servicewomen, past, present and future, including living or deceased women veterans; Active Duty, Reserve, Guard and US Public Health Service uniformed women; women in the Coast Guard auxiliary and Civil Air Patrol; women who served overseas during conflicts, in direct support of armed forces, in organizations: Red Cross, USO and Special Services; and members of the US Public Health Service Cadet Nurse Corps. Front View
Throwback Thursday: During World War II, the U.S. Cadet Nurse Corps paid for tuition and living expenses for students who completed a 30-month training program and gave six months of service at hospitals around the country--freeing other graduate nurses for military duty.   Dozens of senior cadets trained at Fairview Hospital, and were easily identifiable by their distinctive uniforms. Here, cadets eat with other Fairview Health Services nursing students. #tbt #throwbackthursday Ww2, Inspiration, Military History, Nursing Profession, Global Conflict, World War Ii
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Throwback Thursday: During World War II, the U.S. Cadet Nurse Corps paid for tuition and living expenses for students who completed a 30-month training program and gave six months of service at hospitals around the country--freeing other graduate nurses for military duty. Dozens of senior cadets trained at Fairview Hospital, and were easily identifiable by their distinctive uniforms. Here, cadets eat with other Fairview Health Services nursing students. #tbt #throwbackthursday
black and white photograph of a woman in uniform, wearing glasses and a hat with a flower on it
"Miss Kay Fukuda, U.S. Naval cadet nurse, Corps head"; photograph by Ansel Adams; 1943. 1 photographic print : gelatin silver. Library of Congress
an older woman smiling for the camera
Nettie Birnbach began her career as a graduate of the Kings County School of Nursing, Brooklyn, New York, which led to her service in the United States Cadet Nurse Corps. Her curriculum vitae reflects her many contributions as a practitioner, educator, researcher and extraordinary volunteer witha great vision in nursing.
four women in uniforms are standing next to each other
The 1943 Bolton Act created the Cadet Nurse Corps
an old advertisement for the u s court nurse's corp, featuring a woman in plaid
vintage nurse
1940s vintage U.S. CADET Nurse Corps WWII KOTEX Feminine Hygiene HIGH SCHOOL Ad
black and white photograph of women in uniforms holding flags with the u s navy standing behind them
Cadet Nurse Corp
an older woman sitting at a desk in front of flags
Constance "Connie" Grew - WWII Cadet Nurse Corps
Connie served in the Cadet Nurse Corps, an organization created to train nurses for the armed forces under Public Health, but under the Defense Act.
an old black and white photo of a woman wearing a sailor's hat with curly hair
Military Monday: Dolores Pape's US Cadet Nurse Corps Membership Cards
ABT UNK: Military Monday: Dolores Pape's US Cadet Nurse Corps Membership Cards
an old black and white photo with the caption, lucie petty lone 1932 - 1939
Women in Science Wednesday: Lucile Petry Leone
Women in Science Wednesday! Lucile Petry Leone (1902-1999), founding director of the U.S. Cadet Nurse Corps, which recruited and trained nurses during World War II, went on to become Assistant Surgeon General and Chief Nurse Officer of the U.S. Public Health Service. #Groundbreaker