Students of the Pennsylvania Hospital School of Nursing enjoying the festivities of "Hospital Day," June 10, 1970. "Hospital Day" was an annual event, sponsored by the Pennsylvania Hospital, celebrating the Hospital and the Community as a whole. Photo by Robert S. Halvey, Hospital Photographer.
But I could hardly believe my eyes when I looked along the bank. The bank was absolutely covered with bodies of gassed men. Must have been over a thousand of them…On 22 April 1915, German forces launched a renewed offensive against the Ypres Salient. Their attack featured a weapon that had not been used before on the Western Front – poison gas. Archibald James, an observer in the Royal Flying Corps, saw it being used for the first time.
25 Vintage Pictures That Prove Nurses Have Always Been Badass. A nurse carries some of the great variety of drugs that are kept within easy reach of the recovery room at the New York Polyclinic Hospital in 1956.