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Three nurses share their story of attending nursing school in the 1950s

Three nurses share their story of attending nursing school in the 1950s. #NurseLife #1950s #OldSchool

from The Forward

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New graduated of the Beth Israel Hospital nursing school in New York. Shown with the graduating nurses are (left to right, center) Clare M. Casey, the director of nursing; Charles H. Silver, the president of Beth Israel Hospital; Dr. Maxwell S. Frank, the executive director of the institution; and Mayor Vincent Impellitteri, the principal speaker at the ceremony (1951).

A doll wearing the full 1969 graduate nurse's uniform, including the cap. Image courtesy of the Foundation of New York State Nurses Bellevue Alumnae Center for Nursing History.

from eHow

Elementary School Nurse Resources

Nursing at the elementary-school level has been a career choice since the start of the 20th century when the first public school nurses were employed in New York City. The school nurse’s day can be an ever-changing blend of time spent checking for head lice, dispensing daily medications, reassuring anxious children with stomach complaints,...


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New York State Hospital School of Nursing Graduation Pin, Class of 1941 - Just in time to be trained and ready for the many levels of service that were going to be required of all the country's nurses during the greatest, bloodiest conflict ever to be inflicted on this planet's free peoples - and even the not-so-free.


History in Photos: Nurse Training - Nurse training. Fresh from college, twenty-year-old Susan Petty of Lebanon, Pennsylvania, arrives at the School of Nursing residence in New York City, which will be her home until she becomes an Army or Navy nurse. Because of her college degree, Susan will be required to spend only twenty-seven months here instead of the customary three years.