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The old Hershey Manor Hospital & the nurses' quarters.

The old Hershey Manor Hospital & the nurses' quarters.

Nurses x-ray a patient with a mobile machine, St Guy's Hospital, London, 1941

2 nurses use the mobile X-ray machine to X-ray a patient on a ward at Guy's Hospital, London in

Nurses from Jackson Memorial Hospital circa 1923

Nurses at Jackson Memorial Hospital: Miami, Florida (Florida Memory); photo taken 14 August

When nurses wore starched white aprons, caps and pins. (I remember my mom starching her nursing cap(s), it was time consuming yet she never complained. It was important to her to be clean when she walked into the hospital down to her polished white shoes, no matter what her shift might bring. (ADHP))

When nurses wore starched white aprons, caps and pins. (When Lorna was a student nurse!

Canadian Army nurse Valerie Hoare poses outside field Hospital in North Africa, 1942.

Canadian Army nurse Valerie Hoare poses outside field Hospital in North Africa, Pin by Paolo Marzioli

SAFETY COT DESIGNED BY NURSE AT MIDDLESEX HOSPITAL, LONDON, ENGLAND, UK, 1945  Sister Mary Williams places a young baby into the new cot she has designed at Middlesex Hospital, London. The cot is a 'box' on a stand and is leaning at a 45 degree angle: it can be laid flat. An oxygen cannister can be seen on the lower part of the frame. The ends of the cot are removable so that the baby can be treated without being lifted out.

D Sister Mary Williams places a young baby into the new cot she has designed at Middlesex Hospital London. The cot is a 'box' on a stand and is leaning at a 45 degree angle: it can be laid flat

A nurse holding a lamp as she visits patients on a ward at Westminster Hospital, December 1940 (b/w photograph) - © Mirrorpix / Bridgeman Images

Nurses worked day and night to keep the soldiers in good hands, and sometimes were effected by the illnesses etc. They volunteered their time to keep the soldiers healthy.

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