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University of Virginia School of Nursing Alumni Association materials, development, engagement.
(1906–2000) Advocate for college level nursing education in Virginia; career as Director of Nursing and Nursing Education at hospitals in Virginia and Pennsylvania; Red Cross instructor; social worker. Never married.
Katheryn Mattox class notes at the University of Virginia from a music class she was taking as an elementary school teacher, .03 cubic feet, 1940-1950. The class was taught by a professor "Miss Baird," for music teachers and classes were held in Washington Hall. Included is a book of ballads for female voices for schools and glee clubs. (Text is by Alice C. D.Riley, and music by Jessie L. Gaynor (1915)
(1891–1989) World War One Nurse, keepsakes and photographs related to military nursing and her later career in public health nursing. Served at Camp Grant Base Hospital, Illinois; complete set of hospital-produced magazines for 1919. Spectacular panoramic photographs including Army Nurse graduation, 1921, the Presidio; also Fort Sheridan, Illinois; and Letterman General Hospital, San Francisco.
University of Virginia School of Nursing Graduate, 1952. Family nurse practitioner. Materials primarily concerning cardiac health.
John McAllister Jr., letter to his mother, 0.03 cubic feet, 1837. McAllister, a Philadelphia manufacturer, wrote to his mother about his wife Eliza's trip to White Sulpher [sic] Springs and other Virginia resorts. With his wife traveling in the South, McAllister adds his own observations on a North/South split just then occurring among Presbyterians meeting in Philadelphia.
Charles McCoy letter (1839; 0.03 cubic feet) is a six page, hand-written letter from University of Virginia student Charles McCoy about family, friends, activities at the University of Viginia, including students and professor Albert Taylor Bledsoe and professor Mankin.
Collection of University of Virginia Law School memorabilia.
This collection contains a draft of Hugh McCulloch's poem "Sonnet." It is a single letter-sized sheet of laid paper of watermarked Alex Firie & Sons, Stonewood and written on one side only. It contains one major change in the first line and a lesser change in the penultimate line.
The poem was originally published in The Chap-Book, Vol. 2, May 1, 1895 p.467.
This collection contains pamphlets, brochures, fliers, photographs, clippings, posters, event information, speeches, and prints documenting McDonald's work as a historical preservationist and involvement with the University of Virginia School of Architecture.