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Florence Nightingale: The School for Nurses
Navy Nurses. At the U.S. Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1914
We are not amused: Queen Victoria era "airbrushed from history lessons"
vintage everyday: Old Photos of Crimean War – English nursing reformer Florence Nightingale – who became the first woman to receive the Order of Merit for her tireless efforts during the Crimean War. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Florence Nightingale (center), in her later years surrounded by probationers at St. Thomas Hospital, wearing their mandatory caps.
Is there anything worse than having an annoying patient in the next bed to you whilst you try and rest after an op?
Nurses prepare for their night rounds in another reason to love those wonderful night nurses!
A Olympia, Washington class photo of numerous young nursing students.
Mary Mahoney graduated from the New England Hospital for Women and Children's nursing class. The first nursing class there consisted of 42 students, but only 4 graduated due to the stringency of the program. Mary passed this program to become the first African American professional nurse. Then she went further to establish the NACGN, which later became the ANA. Yeah, that ANA