Memphis City Hospital Training School for Nurses - Student Photograph 1900 by @Vernon Zhang Zhang Zhang Zhang Zhang Dutton, via Flickr / This is a rare historical nursing photograph from Memphis City Hospital Training School for Nurses (Now Regional Medical Center at Memphis) Early 1900 photographs of students from the training school are rare this on is identified which makes it among the rarest. The student wrote her name on the back when presented to a friend Julia H. Ebendicke, Oct, 190...
st. anthony’s nurses, 1933. Nursing has come a long way. I still remember graduating from nursing school in 1984 and we still had to wear our hats at the Catholic Hospital I worked for. It wasn't until a year later that they let us wear pant uniforms and no hats (so scandalous!!) (They are caps, not hats)
3-15-1970 - "Nurses are capped" :: George D. McDowell Philadelphia Evening Bulletin Photographs - Patricia Casey and Katherine Kenney receives their caps from Sister Leona Kennedy after five months in the program. The location is the School of Nursing, Misericordia Division of the Mercy Catholic Medical Center.
2-19-1970 - Nurse president receives emblem :: George D. McDowell Philadelphia Evening Bulletin Photographs - William N. Jankovsky (second from left) receives a chest emblem from Ella W. Alliston (left), director of nursing for completing freshmen year. Two other nurses, Julia Ott Lambert and Elvira Sheppard received caps. The students are at the Einstein School of Nursing.