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A library teaming with studious young nurses during the 1940s.
Enfermeras estudiando.... Suerte en el EIR!!!
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Nursing students studying in the library, St. Patrick Hospital, Missoula, 1940s Photographer: Jeanne Mueller, Missoula
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Cloche vignette, change bottom piece to pewter.......perfect. Love
Nurse training, much different than today. Washing poultice cloths, washing dishes, sweeping floors, washing patients, making beds, and only off one day a week.
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MGH Nursing History - Introduction
Some historians believe that somewhere between 3,000 and 8,000 women volunteered their services as nurses throughout the duration of the Civil War, the majority of them being from northern states. However, such an estimate is questionable due to the fact that several nurses, upon receiving appointments, refused to have their names recorded in the official books. Mrs. M. J. Boston once said to the surgeon she was working under, "I do not want any pay for my services. I only try to do all I can...
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Female Nurses of the Civil War
Civil War Nurse / Sunset Sailor
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Diaries of Civil War nurses. My ggg grandpa, William Jefferson Bryant, came back from the Civil War after spending time in a prison camp hospital in the north and added "Ida" to his newborn daughter's name to honor Ida Lake, the nurse who cared for him. Sarah became Sarah Ida Bryant. She was called Sallie, and by the time she met my gg grandpa, John Henry Rose, she was known as Mittie.
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Civil War Nurse by Sunset Sailor, via Flickr
Lilian Heath was the first female medical doctor in the state of Wyoming and one of the first to practice medicine west of the Mississippi River. After the outlaw Big Nose George Parrott was lynched she was given the top of his skull (shown) which she called a "brain bowl" and used it alternately as a doorstop and pen jar. The history of Southeast Wyoming is fascinating. Learn more at www.cheyenne.org
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George 'Big Nose George' Parrott's skull cap was presented to 15 year old Lillian Heath after it's removal. Heath was then a medical assistant to Dr. Thomas Maghee. She called it her 'brain bowl' and used it as an ash tray, a pen holder, and a doorstop. Heath was the first female medical doctor in the state of Wyoming and one of the first to practice medicine west of the Mississippi River.
Dr. Lillian Heath late in her life, with part of the skull of the outlaw Big Nose George. Carbon County Museum.
Lilian Heath was the first female medical doctor in the state of Wyoming and one of the first to practice medicine west of the Mississippi River. After the outlaw Big Nose George Parrott was lynched (22mar1882) she was given the top of his skull (shown) which she called a "brain bowl" and used it alternately as a doorstop and pen jar. The history of Southeast Wyoming is fascinating. Learn more at http://www.cheyenne.org
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Microscope, hats, enormous books, luggage? Methinks she was photographed with more than a few of her favorite things...
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A Balmoral was a long woollen petticoat which was popularized by Queen Victoria at Balmoral Castle in Scotland. Usually of striped fabric, it was worn immediately beneath the dress so that it showed below the skirt. The woman wearing a Balmoral in this “carte de visite” is Rachel Bodley (1831-1888), the first female chemistry professor at Philadelphia’s Women’s Medical College from 1865 to 1873.
Clara Barton, Founder of The American Red Cross
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I learned so much about what Clara Barton accomplished; she's done so much more than anybody really realizes.
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so many heroes
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U.K. WWI British V.A.D. Nurses (Voluntary Aid Detachement) in Red Cross uniform
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Enfermeras de la Cruz Roja durante la I Guerra Mundial
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First nurses at Sternberg Hospital, Chickamauga Park, Georgia, August 1898 during the Flu epidemic. No masks or gloves, but wearing a full-length gown and apron to protect against infection, plus a new form of identification: the arm cuff with a large red cross.
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Nurses in history- (August 1898) Nurses at Sternberg Hospital at Camp Thomas - Chickamauga Park, Georgia. This was during the Flu epidemic. No masks or gloves, but wearing a full-length gown and apron to protect against infection, plus a new form of identification: the arm cuff with a large red cross.
Spanish American War, 1898 The New York Nurses, Sternberg General Hospital, Camp Thomas, Chickamauga, Georgia
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Anna Palmberg (a night nurse) wears the earliest "mob" style of cap in 1888, designed to completely cover the hair. Image courtesy of the Massachusetts General Hospital Nursing Alumnae Association.
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Comfortable Nurse Uniforms
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note the glass IV bottles ... yes, we mixed our own!
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Note the glass IV bottles ... yes, they mixed their own! All that math we learned in nursing school was for this purpose.
note the glass IV bottles ... yes, they mixed their own! When I started nursing in 80 we had glass bottles but we ordered them from a company
It was then that we realized old Sheryl had a drug problem.
This photo shows surgery circa 1906-1908. At that time, some surgeons had begun to wear surgical masks.
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A surgery circa 1906-1908. At that time, some surgeons had begun to wear surgical masks.
Photo of Doctors & Nurses in a Surgical Room, 1906-1908
1.3.13 (Lane Medical Library Archives)
Surgery: Doctors pay attention to the new “germ theory”
Two young 1940s nursing students studying by lamplight well into the night