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Nancy Biehn nursing collection

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Nancy Biehn graduated from the University of Oregon School of Nursing in 1960. This collection which dates from 1957 to 1960, consists of nursing garb, certificates, photographs, correspondence, and programs concerning her commencement and immediate post graduate life.
 
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Brodin Family History

Repository:Pacific Lutheran University, Archives and Special Collections
Summary:The Brodin family papers consist of manuscripts pertaining to Old Brodin (born in Alster, Sweden, 1809), an overview of the Brodin family, a map of Dalsland, letters from Carl Brodin to family members, John Brodin’s certificate of citizenship, articles, family photographs, and a first through tenth generations list.
 
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Irene and Hugh Currin papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Irene and Hugh Currin served abroad together as nurse and doctor, respectively, with the 46th General Hospital from Portland during World War II in both North Africa and France. This collection contains military documentation, photographs, postcards, memoirs and obituary, diaries, World War II era ephemera from their tours, newspaper clippings, and letters detailing their story.
 
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Eleanor Donaldson papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:The Eleanor Donaldson papers span the years 1909 to 1954 and contain an assortment of materials kept by or about Eleanor, primarily during her time serving in the Nurse Corps of Base Hospital 46 in Bazoilles-sur-Meuse, France during World War I. Materials include photographs, posters, correspondence, publications, obituaries, artifacts, and other documents.
 
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Barbara Conway Gaines papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:The historical materials used for Dr. Gaines' history of the University of Oregon School of Nursing.
 
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Herbert Merton and Jeanne Todd Greene papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:The collection consists of materials that pertain to the life and work of Herbert Merton Greene, M.D., and his wife, Jeanne Todd Greene, centering around Greene's work as a civilian and military physician as well as membership in the Freemasonry and the Anglo-Saxon Christian Association. As well, materials surrounding Jeanne Todd Greene's education, work, and life as a nurse both before and during World War I are included.
 
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Ruby Hills, Kathryn Hilterbrant, and Edith Richards papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:These papers document the history of the 46th General Base Hospital during World War II. Composed of the materials from three nurses active in the Base Hospital, the collection contains manuscripts, newspaper clippings, photographs, and photocopies of letters, lists, and other materials with the bulk being photocopies.
 
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Kathryn D. Hilterbrant collection

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Kathryn D. Hilterbrant was a member of the 46th General Hospital during World War II and was stationed in North Africa and Southern France. Hilterbrant stayed with the Army Reserves to attain the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel and worked as a nurse anesthetist at the Vancouver Memorial Hospital in Vancouver, Washington. The collections contains an American flag and a film reel.
 
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Philip M. Hostetler papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Philip Monroe Hostetler graduated with a Bachelor of Science from the University of Oregon School of Nursing in 1967, only the second man to complete the undergraduate program. He went on to work for the Providence Health System for 40 years as well as serve as an Assistant Professor at the University of Portland. This collection contains photographs, newspaper clippings, correspondence, programs, University of Oregon School of Nursing (UOSN) course information, and personal ephemera evidencing the early integration of men into the nation's nursing programs.
 
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Naida F. Hoffman Hurlburt papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Naida F. Hoffman Hurlburt served in the Nurse Army Corps during World War II in the 46th General Hospital. She was stationed in North Africa and Southern France and eanred the rank of 1st Lieutenant in 1945. This collection consists of items collected during her time abroad, as well as memorabilia, photographs and ephemera.
 
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Carol Ann Lehman Lindeman papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary: Former Dean of the Nursing School (1976-95), Dr. Lindeman began the collection and transfer of her papers in 2002. She has continued to donate great amount of information concerning nursing education in Oregon.
 
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Dorothy A. Robinson Mann papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Dorothy Robinson Mann graduated from University of Oregon Medical School Department of Nursing in 1942 and served in the U.S. Army Nurse Corps until 1945. This collection contains photographs taken during Mann's service which provide insight into the life and training of a nurse at that time, as well as a selection of Army records and additional papers.
 
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Alice C. Mills Papers

Repository:Boise State University Library, Special Collections and Archives
Summary:The Alice C. Mills Papers contain correspondence, brochures, articles, and publications about nursing education. In particular, there are documents pertaining to nursing education in Idaho, including the Wallace-Kellog Accredited School for the Training of Practical Nurses and the Idaho State Nurses' Association.
 
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Nurse Midwifery Program records

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Established in 1976, the Nurse-Midwifery Program at OHSU enables nursing students to become certified in midwifery while earning their masters. This collection, originating from program founder Carol Howe, consists of records on Howe herself, the Midwives of Color Committee, ethics and liability concerns, educational courses, and grant opportunities, among other topics. This collection provides insight into the formation and day-to-day operations of the program.
 
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Nurse-Midwifery Program Scrapbooks

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Founded in 1976, the OHSU School of Nursing Nurse-Midwifery Program enables students earning a master's degree in nursing to also become certified in nurse-midwifery. The Nurse-Midwifery Program Scrapbooks provide an inside look into the early days of the program, consisting primarily of photographs, pages from OHSU publications featuring program faculty, news clippings, program brochures, and ephemera originally housed within two scrapbooks compiled and kept by program faculty.
 
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Oregon League for Nursing records

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:The Oregon League for Nursing began in 1922 with a mission focused on all aspects of nursing education, including defining and maintaining minimum standards for education, and promoting professional relationships and collaboration. The League was also pivotal in moving Portland's nurse training school from the County Hospital to the University of Oregon. This collection consists of records on topics such as becoming a member of the National League; advocating for nursing education and greater nurse employment; raising funds and advocating for better funding for both education and employment of nurses; producing educational programs; and day-to-day governance of the organization.
 
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Oregon Nurses Association Legislative Committee records

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:The papers of the Oregon Nurses Association Legislative Committee under the leadership of Shirley M.Thompson have been added to the Archival collection. They show the process by which a landmark piece of legislation got passed in Oregon and the US Congress.
 
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Oregon schools of medicine and nursing student records collection

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:The Willamette University School of Medicine, founded in the 1860s in Salem, and the Multnomah School for Nurses, founded in 1910 at the Multnomah County Hospital, eventually merged with the University of Oregon Medical School in 1915 and 1932, respectively. This collection consists of matriculation registries, gradebooks, educational correspondence, and student records evidencing the academic achievements of students from these institutions.
 
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Grace Phelps Papers

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:Grace Phelps (1871-1952) was a prominent Oregonian health professional and nursing advocate who maintained a career as a practicing nurse from approximately 1900 to 1942. This collection houses the professional and public records of Grace Phelps, and includes materials relating to her time as head nurse at Base Hospitals 45 and 46 during WWI; head nurse at the Portland Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Hospital; and Superintendent at Doernbecher Memorial Hospital for Children.
 
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School of Nursing Archives Collection

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:The OHSU School of Nursing began in 1919 at the University of Oregon and offered the state’s first professional courses in nursing. In 1926, the University introduced a five-year curriculum culminating in the Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Nursing. Later, and the program has been growing and changing ever since – adding certificate programs, pre-nursing curricula, continuing education and distance learning, Master’s and Doctoral degree programs, and a wide variety of care-focused nursing concentrations. This is collection contains virtually every kind of documentation and format covering all facets of the School’s administration and history.
 
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School of Nursing records

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:The origins of the OHSU School of Nursing can be traced to the summer of 1919 when the University of Oregon introduced the state's first professional courses in nursing. The courses were offered in Portland in cooperation with the Northwest Division of the American Red Cross Home Service Department, the Portland Visiting Nurse Association, the Welfare Bureau, and the Oregon Tuberculosis Association. During this time, the Portland School of Social Work offered a standard course of study in public health nursing. The materials trace the adminsitration of the school through the present day. The transfer of the materials is based on the descretion of the administrative offices of the School and are therefore sometimes incomplete.
 
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University News and Publications Media collection

Repository:Oregon Health & Science University, Historical Collections & Archives
Summary:The OHSU Strategic Communications office manages the media produced by and about the university, including major news stories and events. The department has held different names over the years, including University Relations and Public Affairs, University News and Publications, and the Communications Office. The collection, spanning 1960-2011, consists of a variety of non-print media formats created by the department, including audio cassettes, VHS and Beta cassettes, DVDs, CDs, reel to reel film, and 35 mm slides.
 
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Whatcom County Chapter of the American National Red Cross Records

Repository:Western Washington University, Center for Pacific Northwest Studies
Summary:The Whatcom County Chapter of the American National Red Cross records span the period 1917 to 1999. These records document the establishment, goals and activities of this chapter based in Bellingham, Washington. The collection includes administrative and financial records, correspondence, publications, chapter event and property records, photographs and scrapbooks.

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