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Nursing

 Subject
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Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Hope Welch St. Benedict’s School of Nursing Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MS-493
Scope and Contents

"2 binders full of training materials from Hope’s time as a nursing student at St. Benedict’s School of Nursing" "Medical and nursing manuals, books, certificates, curriculum guides, interviews, list of books, binders of lessons, 2 coffee mugs, file a dex with definitions "

Dates: dates not determined

THE THOMAS D. DEE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL SCHOOL OF NURSING STUDENT RECORDS 1913-1955

 Collection
Identifier: MS-041
Scope and Contents This collection contains the records of nursing students who attended the Dee School of Nursing from 1913-1955. Each folder charts the progress of each student nurse through training and through each floor of the hospital. There are nursing supervisor comments as well as some by the doctors themselves listed. Starting in about 1941, the applicants were asked to attach a photo to their application. The state board exams which were given to the students at the end of their three years of...
Dates: 1913 - 1955

War Service Cards

 Collection
Identifier: MS-135
Abstract

This collection contains service cards for servicemen from Weber County primarily during World War I, but also some from World War II. The cards are listed alphabetically by last name. Most of the cards include information such as their home address in Weber County, their branch of service, countries served in, discharge or death dates, and next of kin. There are also fewer than two dozen cards for nurses and Forest Service personnel.

Dates: 1914 - 1918