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UNITED STATES ABUT SCHOOL OF NURSING CLA55 OF 19a QDTrrrr ux-. : . vw T CXUK. WKXT W- r PyQ.n. " ■ HMCDioF nmsm 1921. pi.Qn. jforctDorb S the Graduating Class of one of the leading Schools of Nursing in the world, we have had more opportunities than many who have preceded us, and upon us must depend in a large measure whether or not our science is to advance still farther. The successful progress of nursing must depend on the standards of our pro- fession as a whole. The problems which will confront us in the future concern nations — and we can only master them by cooper- ation. Perhaps this book may help to make each of us realize that she is not merely a student of nursing, but one of many students of nursing. In our life, while training, many things have occurred which in the future it may be pleasant to remember. These pages will recall such hap- penings, when our brain cells have mislaid them in years to come. To our classmates we have little to say — we wish to thank you for rendering this volume possible and for having found time in your busy careers to contribute to its pages. The Editors wish to thank their associates who have been the authors of this book, and the Art Staff who have created it aesthetically. The Business Managers have been untiring in their labors, and we cannot say too much in their behalf. Potential editors are as i)lentiful as blades of grass, but good business managers are few and far between. Let us conclude by saying good-bye. To you. who have been our classmates and shall ever be our friends — to our Faculty, who have given us our knowledge of nursing and liave shown us our duties and responsibilities — to the Army School of Nursing of whom we may not speak, for she is too dear to our hearts. As her daughters, there is nothing which we cannot face and conquer. Let us say then that the purjwse of this volume is to establish our class as an entity. Annetta C. Lonerg. n, A. S. N. 1921 two aan. ®o ti}t Spirit of 1918 ©iie tuhcuta of tlje rmg cljool of pursing behicate this book ®o all mericanB »1|0 took part in tl|e 3i3orlb 3Har, iat aiae out experience anh training. g tljeir tourage an sacrificcB, ine hafae been gi en inspiration anb a liroaber outlook upon life, ®o tl|em, iat offer tlit0 bolume as an appreciation. 1921. three pi.Qn. m f H 1 B H i ..i V I H H ' - H B 1 Km h jB HK ' w ■ 1 ■ Major General Merritte W. Irelani ' Surgeon General, U. S. Army. 1921. four P aen 5 - i:: ?2ii-ft -1921. i»c- -I- aQ.a Ccji.oNtj, James D. Gi.en,n n. M. C. Conumind.nti Officer, Walter Herd I ' . S. A. Genercil Hosf ' tlaL 1921, ■ a fci hx U . L,aL 1921. aao. Colonel J. M. Kennedy, M. C. Commanding Officer, Letterman U. S. .4. General Hospital. -1921- eight pi.Q.a i t 1921. pi.e .n. Miss Awik W . Ghohkk h first Dean. Aniiy Scltoul nf Xitrsituj. 1821. Un Aan - i V 1921. eleven - T I t Major Julia C. Stimson Superintendent, A. N. C. Dean, Army School of Nursing. 1921. twelve pi.Q.n. .» «-i i«ii« i 2 Z i B tiZ U i a f 1921- thirteen pi.Q.a Captain Harriet H. Barnks Assistant Supcrintt ' tidcnt. A. N. C. Assistant Dean Army School of Nursing. 1921. fourteen aan W %u AUU 1 ' ' W . n fi ) H. iftpm,- (Ui UJ , ft t|. 1921 J fifteen aaa f Miss Anne Williamson First Lieutenant, Chief Nurse, A. N. C. Walter Reed U. S. A. General Hospital. -1921 Sixteen ft6.a ClU 4 -1921. jfi;fH(i??n I " ftan. Mrs. Alice H. Flash first Lieutenant. Chief Xurse, A. .V. C. I.ettennan U. S. A. General Hosj ' ital. 1921, eighteen aen - - ; .O u r-J f 8 ' , to Co yo- t- - il e. L. 7 foan-- si oi k 7Alu.a: II . " f BC I 1921. iitiwtccii aQn BBi 1 1 ;v T!v r!9 H Hp ' » H Hv ' 1 I dV ■ 1 i M HHi H Y H HB| Hk. K 1 l l ■ Ty fT 1 4p - ' B is l W J Jh 1 ■h Mrs. Henrv R. Rea First Red Cross Field Director, Walter Reed General Hospital Donor of the Rea Scholarship 1921. Jwenty A6.a fuUM — F-ARMHILL SEWICKLEY PENNSYLVANIA d JM t-iUc t - i 1(JUU -U-- 1921. t Lventy-ont I- aen. 1 D. C. W ' altkk Reed Genekai. Hospital, Washinkton Medical Staff, Faculty Licut.-Colonel L. L. Smith 6, M or William L. Sheep Major Harry R, McKellar IP. ' Major Philander C. Rilei 8. Major Edward T. B. Weidner 9. l Iajor Paul A. Schule - " W, Major Lanphear W. Wehb, Jr Major John VV. Sherwood Major J. B. Montgomery Major Arthur X. Tasker 1921. twciity-two = 1- A6.a Walter Ref.d Genekal Hospital. Washington. D. C. SuRCKAL Staff. Faculty I Lieut. -Colonel W. L. Keller Major .Alexander D. Parce Major John S. Gaul Major Norman T. Kirk Major Henry K. B. Hufford 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Major T. S. Mebane Captain Philip L. Cook Lieut. Robert E. Cumming Lieut. Arthur D. Haverstock Lieut. Joseph A. Mendelson 1921. twenty-three !• aen W ' ai.tkk Keeu C.enhral IIosi ' Itai.. Washinuton, D. C Clinic Staff, Faci ' i.tv 1, 2. 3. 4. S. Colonel S. David Boak Major A. T. Schlanser Major Edmund B. Spaeth Major Arthur M. Alder Major Charles M. Taylor 6. Captain Beverley M. Epes 7. Captain James B. Mann 8. Captain Noland M. Canter 9. Lieutenant M. C. Sosman 10. Lieutenant Carlton C. Starkes 1921. twenty-four Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington. D. C. Supervisors 1st Lt. Elizabeth Melby, Chief Nurse 5. 1st Lt. Ruth I. Taylor. Chief Nurse 6. 1st Lt. Mary Jane Cassell, Chief Nurse 7. 2nd Lt. Grace M. McConkey 8. 2nd Lt Ann E. Thorpe 2nd Lt. Gertrude Lane 2nd Lt. Ella M. Turner 2nd Lt. Frances Poole 1921. twenty-five Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Faculty 1. Major Arthur C. Monahan 2. Chaplain Beebee. Captain 3. Chaplain Daily, Captain 4. Mrs. Adelaide McKee 5. Miss Elsey Taft 6. Miss E. E. Vogel 7. Miss Genevieve Field -1921- twcnty-six I- f).Qn. I Lf.tterman General Hospital, San Francisco, California Medical Staff — Faculty Major Ernest R. Gentry Major Robert D. Harden Major Charles K. Berle Major Roy E. Fox Major Thomas D. Woodson Captain William D. Mueller Major Ward S. Wells 1921. twenty-seven Letterman General Hospital, San Francisco, California Surgical Staff, Lieut.-Col. John W. Manner 5. Major Edgar H. Brown 6. Captain Louie Felger 7. Captain Leonard W. Weaver 8. Faculty Major Royal Reynolds Lieut.-Col. Julien R. Bernheam Major Edward G. Huber Captain Kenneth G. Kincaid 1921. twenty-eight a©.a Letterman Genehai, Hospital. San Frantisco, California Supervisors 1. Evelyn Wood 4. Bina Moseley 2. Perlc DuBois 5. Nellie Godbolt 3. Louise Cadwalader 6. Nina Haugen 1921.- twcittv-nine A6.a Jligtorp of tf)E rmp cftool of J ursiing URIXG the first year of the war the need for army nurses in America became more and more acute. Tn 1918 it reached a crisis. The Army Nurse Corps had 235 Rea;ular Army Nurses and 165 Reserves as its pre-war strength, but one nurse was needed for every hundred men : that is, for every ten or more men who would require hospital care after the big drives began, and nifire nurses were in urgent demand. In the emergency the country turned to precedent. What had England done? In Augu.st, 1914, she had had only 350 nurses in her army and navy together, and all the available graduate nurses could not fill the sudden demand. Yet she had cared for nearly half a million wounded during the first year of the war. How had she solved the problem? Her solution had been the .Aid. In all the army hospitals the untrained women, from the Duchess to the seamstress, were serving under the trained Sisters, doing the work and proud of doing it well. America said, " Let us have Aids ! " Yet already there were those in England who were dissatisfied with the system there. It was essentially on an emergency basis. It held nothing for the future, either for the Aid herself or for the reconstruction work when peace should come. The Aid was always an Aid ; and, though she won the title of Red Cross Nurse after a certain term of service, her training was never equivalent to a course in an established school of nursing. It was putting the best of the country into the ranks, with no opportunity for advancement. If America accepted the Engli.sh scheme, she accepted one already recognized to be short-sighted. All this question arose earlv in 1918. In Eebruary the employment of Aids had been decided on. On February 18th IMiss Goodrich entered on her duties as Chief Inspecting Nurse in the office of the Surgeon-General. The idea of an Army School was not a wholly new one. Someone must have thought of it in mid- ' ictorian days, for Florence Nightingale referred to it then as infeasible. In 1917 it had been suggested that the American . rmy might take half-trained students from civilian hos])itals and give them a year of experi- ence in militarv nursing. The plan, however, had been abandoned. When Miss Cioodrich took her oath of office the scheme for procuring Aids was so well under wav that one would have thought nothing could postpone it. Yet postponed it was. In the following months there were many who cooperated with Miss Goodrich in framing the Army School ; she foresaw, to quote her words, that the nursing profession would be called on " to contribute in fullest measure to the 1921. thirtx w:i ' ften restoration of this crippled and scarred humanity. " " This, " she said, ' ' is our sacred legacy of labor from the young fathers of the country, that their supreme sacrifice may bear fruit through a fair and unblemished manhood of tomorrow. " Looking toward that tomorrow, and the days of reconstruction, she saw the possibilities of an Army School. She begged Col. Smith for time to collect data and present the plan in proper form. Col. Smith gave her the time she asked. Miss Goodrich at once set out, in company with Miss Burgess, on a tour of inspection. They looked into the possibilities of a number of military hospitals. These inspections led them to believe that " it would not only be possible to place regular student nurses in this field, but that schools, if properly conducted, would greatly help the work of the Medical Department. " In so short a history there is no space to tell of the conferences and com- mittee meetings necessary for maturing the scheme of an Army School. There are names, however, which we should know and remember with gratitude; Col. Noble, Col. Moncrief, Col. Ashburn, Lt. Col. Smith. Maj. l.ongco])e, Maj. Charles Mayo, Miss Delano, Miss Thompson and Miss Burgess, who met Miss Goodrich in the first conference. Gratitude we owe to those members of the Nursing Committee of National Defense, Miss Nutting, Airs. Higbee and Miss Clayton, who gave their ad ice and help. The names, however, which will always mean most to us are the names of tlie three who drew up the jilan. and who signed it and pinned their faith to it. Miss Thompson, Miss Delano and Miss Goodrich. The plan, briefly summarized, was as follows : There was to be a central organization in the office of the Surgeon-General, with a Dean and other officials. In each of the camp hospitals where the plan was to be tried there was to be a Director and a staff of lecturers, instructors and super isors, under the Director, a group of students, ranging from 30 to 80 in number. These were to be high school graduates or the equivalent, and credit was to be given to those with col- lege education or training in technical schools. The course of .study was to be that specified according to the standard curriculum issued by the National League of Nursing Education, and affiliations with civil hospitals were to give the experi- ence in the nursing of women and children and in doing district work which the military hospitals could not su])ply. Graduates of the Army School would be eligible for state registration and membershij) in nursing organizations. . n Advisory Board was to direct the general policy of the School ; this board was to include not only the Dean of the School and officials in the Army and Navy Medical De- partments, but also the Presidents of the three great nursing organizations and the Director of the Department of Nursing in the American Red Cross. Thus it was intended from the very beginning that the nursing profession, as well as the War Department, should stand back of the Army School. It was after the Surgeon-General had apnroved of the sclieme. and while the question was still being considered by the War College, that Miss Goodrich 1 1921. thirty-one aon brought her plans before the 24th Annual Convention of the National League of Nursing Education, meeting at Cleveland, Ohio, May, 1918, to secure the cooperation required. The other two national nursing organizations, the Amer- ican Nurses ' Association and the National Organization for Public Health Nurs- ing, were also represented. Would they support the Army School, or would they not? On their answer depended the response to the call that would be issued for directors and instructors ; on it depended the affiliations that would be open to the future Army Student. The sentiment so common was expressed by one of the members, " 1 do not like the idea of taking the young, unsophisticated, romantic girl straight from her home and putting her into the environment of a camp of 50,000 men. " Miss Goodrich reminded them that not so very long ago people had entertained as strong a prejudice against putting girls into Bellevue. Miss Delano said, " I have realized that there were dangers connected with it, dangers perhaps to the applicants, dangers perhaps all along the line. But is there any way of carrying on a great war without danger? 1 think not. We must accept the dangers. " Miss Powell had already moved that the " Army School of Nursing, as plan- ned by Miss Goodrich, be endorsed by the three organizations. " After the dis- cussion the motion was seconded and carried by vote. The Army School had taken another step toward existence. On May 25, 1918, the School was definitely sanctioned by the government. As soon as the plan was accepted, quick action was taken. The Women ' s Com- mittee of the Council of National Defence, the Red Cross and the Nursing Com- mittee of the General Medical Board of the Council plunged into a recruiting campaign. The office of the Surgeon-General secured statistics of high schools and colleges, and figured what the results would be. Miss Goodrich believed that by October 1st they could .supply the Army with 1,000 students; by January 1st with 5,000, and by July 1st with 15,000. The campaign was soon in full swing: talks in colleges, ajjpeals from the pulpit, lectures in every sort of public ])laces. The office of the Surgeon-General waited for results. They came I In five months little less than 11,000 applications were filed. The office force and the Bureau of Credentials worked day, night and Sunday. The response to the call cheered them in the midst of their fatigue. Between July 24th and the February of the following year the School was started in 31 base hospitals, and the machinery ])Ut in motion ; the history of the School as a student body had begun. The story of the separate groups must be told elsewhere. In September the influenza epidemic came. The camp hospitals were sud- denly filled with sick and dying men, and an emergency more pressing than that caused by the war was upon us. Calls were sent out to scores of us who were still awaiting orders, telling us to report for immediate duty. There was a response of 100 per cent. We can be proud of that. 1921. thirty-two Aon 1921. Following this terrible epidemic came news of the Armistice. The end of the war emergency might be seen, and the students in the Army School were told that, if any wanted to leave, they were under no obligation to remain. No one could promise us that there would be such a thing as the . rmy School in a year ' s time. All plans were uncertain, all people dissatisfied. Girls left the School by twos and threes, feeling they were no longer needed. We waited, and at last, March, 1919, we received the first hint of the permanence of the School. We were then asked either to declare our intention of completing the whole course or of leaving, and we said, " That means we can graduate from the . rmv School. " Five hundred and forty-eight of us declared our intention of staying. The school now entered on a strange and kaleidoscopic period. We were shuffled about like pieces in a Chinese puzzle. We were sent from base hospital to alflliation, and back to the Army again, or shifted from one camp to another, never with the least idea of where we were to go next. All the small base hos- pitals gave up their students ; only four posts, Fox Hills, Sheridan, Letterman and Walter Reed, retained the training school. At last it was only Letterman and Walter Reed. We were parted from the places where we had done our first work ; we were parted from the Directors to whom we had given our first loyalty ; we were even parted from our friends, sent as we often were on differ- 4 ent affiliations. It was hard, but we learned a lesson from it. In the civilian hospital among strangers we all clung together, and walking the streets of Phila- delphia, Chicago, New York or San Francisco, we hailed any girl in our uniform like a sister, even if we had never seen her before. We had learned to look on the entire Army School as our Alma Mater, and not the particular camp from which we came. The more this spirit grew and the more we became conscious of our own entity, the more we regretted that we might be the last and only class in the Army School. Should no one sit in our class room or give hot packs to Mary Chase when we were gone? Then, in the spring of 1920, it was rumored that a new class was coming in. The rumor grew to a certainty, and in the autumn they came. School activities were organized, nothing to do with the new class, perhaps, but going hand in hand with the feeling of -permanence they gave us. We formed a basket-ball team and a class organization, with an athletic manager and a president. There were lively class meetings at Walter Reed and Letter- man, and affiliated groups joined by post in the elections. Traditions were worth starting since there would be those to follow after. Now we are near the end of our training, and the chapter of our under- graduate life will soon be closed. All through our three years our two sjxinsors, the Army and the Nursing Profession, have stood by us. The .A.rmy has given us our class rooms, our text-books and our lecturers, our recreation and our pay, and has dealt with us liberally. The Nursing Profession has given its thirty-three pi.Qn. leaders to teach us. its ideals tci guide us. and has put within our reach all the education and all the opjiortunities our predecessors have estahlished. Under the leadership of Major Stinison a new class will be given the chances we have enjoyed. The j romises that were made us have been kept, and more than kept, and we turn to thank our sponsors. For over two years we have worn our pin ■ — the caduceus of the Army with the lamp of Florence Nightingale. After we graduate we shall wear the emblem still. We have tried to keep faith as faith has been kept with us, and when we leave we shall do our uttermost that the vision of the .Army School of Nursing may come true. Dorothea M. Hughes, A, S. N. Do you ever stoj} to ponder What these years have meant to you ? Just to dream and sometimes wonder If the future ' s unknown view Can hold the fascination Of these years we ' ve just l)een thru? We ' ve seen life in its truest. In its bleakest, bravest hue: We ' ve been with souls departing And we ' ve helped bring in the new — It ' s living every hour The long day thru That makes us stop to ponder What the future holds in view. Win we ever be so weary. Yet so deeply happy, too. In the days that stretch before us As these years we ' ve just been thru? ElE. .NOR LOWELL. A. S. N ' . T 1921, thitiy-four rl " Aoa 0 xv 3ietJt to tf)t vmv cljool of Mnx im HIS year marks the graduation of the pioneer class of the Army Schcol of Nursing. We, as the members of the class, shoulder the resi: )nsibility of laying the cornerstone for the reputation of the school. I ' nconsciouslv peo])le give precedent to those who have been trained in Universities and Colleges, whose (pialities have been established bv a long line of efficient men and women trained within their walls. These people have by degrees made a deep impression of the merits of their schools on the minds of the ])eople. and thus it is that the succeeding classes go away bearing the invisible stamp of quality which they are in honor bound to u])liold and retain. Now that our student days are numbered and the class is about ready to scatter and take up v,-ork under difTerent circumstances, we begin to wonder what kind of a label our school will give to us to identify and recommend us to the world at large, ft is more than we can hope for that this stamp has already been made and that the mere act of receiving a diploma will put its mark on our ability. It is our task, and that of the classes which follow us, to slowly put the let- ters in their places, but it is ours alone to choose and place the first ones. We ha e received a thorough and complete training, relieved from monotony by change of scene and methods. We have had affiliation in the best hospitals and, incidental to this, we have had travel to broaden our viewpoint. All this is our material for the making of the seal which shall stamp the ideals of our training school. Jf the initial letters are correct, the succeeding classes can add the rest easily, but if they are not the ones which spell the standards of our school they must be erased and replaced with some effort by those who follow. When we leave it should be with the resolution to put this school upon such a basis that the A. S. N. will mean to our jirofession what West Point does to the military world. No other class will have the ' ame unifjue privilege that we have as jjioneers of breaking the way for an excellent record in the lifetime of this institution. It is for us to begin the building of a reputation and ])restige for the Army School of Nursing, a reputation which will hold succeeding classes to standards on a par v. ' ith those of Morence Nightingale, whose emblem we wear and whose teachings we aspire to follow, Louise H. .ST, A. S. N. ... 1921. thirty-five fton 1 BENEDICTIO F£RT UKi SUPER HE YE MEBAXTMET COR mm LteoLAT MEMOFIAM LB 3un€aiu5 r Ui C ECaET PE5 CL-AUDO. The Blessing of him that U ' as ready to perish came upon me, and I comforted the heart of the widow. I was an eye to the blind and a foot to the lame. V- 1921. thirty-six A6.0. ijoge OTfjo Mtt in erbtce Dorothy Crosby September 23, 1918. Constance Shields . October 6, 1918. Selma Voight October 11, 1918 Bessie Edwards October 13, 1918 Eloise Eagleton October 19, 1918 Alice M. Baker October 26, 1918. Fyvie Home October 28, 1918. Christine Colbum ... November 6, 1918 Nellie Anderson November 19, 1918. Katherine Rowell . . . .December 13, 1918. Lena Stanford December 23, 1918. Pearle Poole December 30, 1918 Priscilla Crocker January 4, 1919. . . Agnes Nohr January 4, 1919. . Annamae Kochnich . . .January 19, 1919. . Beverly Bird February 5, 1919. Mary Agnes Wilson . . . February 13, 1919. Lela Dot Curran February 13, 1919. Neville Eberly February 24, 1919. Dorothy Gustavson February 27, 1919. Maude Andrews March 4, 1919 Pearl Ely March 31, 1919 Fay Carter Smith June 20, 1919 Evangeline Highsmith . January 11, 1 920 ' 1 1 . . . Camp Devens . Camp Grant . Camp Hancock . Camp Meade . Camp McArthur . Fort Riley . Fort Riley Fort Riley . Camp Wheeler . Csmnp Greene . Fort Sam Houston . Fort Sam Houston . Camp Devens . Camp Grant . Fort Oglethorpe . Camp Meade . Camp Taylor Camp Taylor . Camp Sherman . Fort Sam Houston . Fort Riley . Camp Grant Fox Hills . Fox Hills (Brooklyn Hospital) 1921. thirty-seven aon Mn J Ie se a un ' ' 0i tau IIeu " Ici, je rcste dans mon lit Tous les jours et tous les nuits, ' Rien de faire, ricn de voir, Du matin jiisqi ' i au soir. Seulement. guand tu viens, Tout est change, tout est bien. Ah, petit " Oiseau Bleu, " Tu m ' apportes de vie un peu ! Helex Athearx. a. S. N. raiSE to rtjE rmp Retool Let your praise ring loud and clear To the Army School. In her daughters ' hearts most dear May she ever rule. Source of light ! Lamp so bright. Guard her holy flame. Which has led us through the fight, Sing praises in her name. I ' or strength to see and do the right. We thank our nurse ' s training. Though dull routine might dim our sight, Thy light was ever flaming. . ' Krmy school ! Army school I Loyal, true, and strong, Lead our class to noble deeds. To fight and conquer wrong. Rosalie Florence, A. S. N. 1921. thirty-eight aaa I Senior Section ca A. 10 11: ne CO. 1921. thirty-nine f).Qn. MARGARET A. ADAIK Fkankli.v Pennsvlvaxia OriL ' iial Camp — United States Base Hcjspital. No. 41, Fox Hills. Stattii Island, New ' iork. Affiliation.s: I ' ld.atncs — Bellcvu c Hospital. New York City. Gynecolo.i;_v — BelU ' vue Hospital. New York City. Obstetrics — [iellevue Hospital, New ■ drk City. Military Stations: 1. F jx Hills, .Staten Island, New ' I ' ork. 2. Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, D. C. I ' cyi y ' s chief phrase when excitement is raging, " On -iuith the dance. " ELISE ALBER Los . NGF.i.ES California ()rif;inal Camp — Camp Kearney, Cal. Affiliations: I ' cdir.trics — Children ' s Hosjiital. . ffiliatcd Colleges, San Francisco. Gynecology — Stanford University Hospital. San Francisco. Dbstetrics — . lexander Maternity Hospital. Afiiliatcd L olle(- es. .San Francisco. Pulilic Health — University of California. Militar3- Stations: 1. Camp Kearney. 2. Lctterman General Hospital. Elise has an cnormnus amount of energy, EDNA ALBRITTON Arcaiua ■ Floriiia Original Camp — Gordon, .• tlanta, (ieorgia. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Bellevue Hospital, New " drk City. (gynecology — Bellevue Hospital, New N ' ork City. ' )listetric.s — Bellevue Hospital, New ' ' ork City. Military Stations: 1. Camp Ciordon, Georgia. 2. Fox Hills, New York. ,1 Camp Dix, New Jersey. 4. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. .Activities : .Athletic— Basketball. In spite of discords, " funny " plays the nursing game p. Vl y ' ' i li ' ith success. HATTIE ALLEN Tr( r.MCARi New Mexico (irit ' inal Camp — Wheeler, Macon, Georgia. Affiliations: Pediatrics — I ' hiladelphia General Hospital. Gynecology — I ' hiladelphia General Hospital. Obstetrics — Philadelphia General Hospital. Piililic Health — Visiting Nursing .Association, Phila- delphia, Penn.sylvania. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale, White Plains, New V ' ork. Military Stations; 1. Camp Wheeler. Georgia. 2. Camp Lee, Virginia. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. .Activities : .Athletic — Member of Walter Reed Basketliall Team; Tennis. Little Allen can surely keep guard, when anything comes her i -ay. .She is a shark at slipping under her opponent and snatching the ball. Our hats off to Allen. -1921, forty B6.a California VERA ALLEXDER l()-)2 Heniikkks Street, San Dif.co ( ' rieinal Camp — Camp Kearney. California. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital. San Francisco, ( " ivnecology — Lane Hospital. Obstetrics — Children ' s Hospital. Public Health — University of California. Military Stations: 1. Camp Kearney. 2. Letterman General Hos])ital. Activities : Social — Decoration Committees. Athletic — Drill at Camp. Our artisl who talks ifiV j her brush. CATHERINE ROSE ANDERSO.N " SvRACi-SE New York Original Camp — Humphries, Virginia. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Providence Hospital. Washington, D. C Gynecology — Providence Hospital, Washington, D. C Ob.stetrics — Providence Hospital. Washington, D. C. Puldic Health — Henry Street Settlement, New ' ork. Military Stations: 1. Camp Humphries, Virginia. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington. D. C. I ii) ill heart as nr as V JsS. - ..s DOROTHY LlTTl.EFlELIl ( )riginal Camp — Fort Sam bill zc ' f lo-i ' c cz ' cry bit of her. ANDERSON Houston. Louis Children ' s Hospital. St. Louis, Texas San . ntonio, Tex. Affiliations: Pediatrics — St. Missouri. Gynecology— Karnes Hospital, St. Louis. Missouri. Obstetrics — Barnes Hospital. St. Louis, Missouri. Public Health— I ' niversity of California, Berkeley, California. Military Stations; 1. Fort .Sam Houston, San .A-ntonio, Te.xas. 2. Jefferson Barracks. St. Louis. Missouri. 3. Letterman General Hospital. San Francisco, Calif, .S7if eaptiz;alcs tnaiiy suitors. EMILY ANDERSON BrAINERD MINNESOTA Original Camp — Sevier. South Carolina. •Affiliations: Gynecology — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis. Missouri. Obstetrics — Barnes Hus|)ital. St. Louis. Missouri. Pediatrics— Children ' s Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri. Public Health— Instructive Visiting Nurse Associa- tion, Washington, District of Columbia. Psychiatry— McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations; 1. Camp Sevier, South Carolina. 2. Camp Taylor. Kentucky. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. . ' ctivities : Athletic — Enthusiast. Camp Representative, A. S. N. Annual, 1921. " Andx. " H ' iiid your Iiigcrsoll, elass is asleep — during the intercstiiiy lecture. -1921. forty-one ft6.0. GWEX H, ANDREW Jekfkrson Iowa OriKiiial Camp — Greene, Charlotte, North Carolina. Affiliations; Pediatrics — Philadelphia General Hospital. Gynecology — Philadel|)hia General Hospital. Obstetrics — V ' est Philadelphia Hospital. Public Health — Visiting Nursing Association, Phila. Military Stations: 1. Cam[) fjreene. Nu-rth Carolina. 2. Camp Upton, New York. .1 Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. " Slic docth little kindnesses uhieh vtnst leave undone. " A • NETA ANDREWS McClellan. Alabama. jf: Iowa APPLEBY Wisconsin .Atlanta, Georgia, GLlUIJIiN ' Original Camji Affiliations: Pediatrics — St. Louis, Missouri, Gvnecology — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri. Obstetrics — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis. Missouri, Psychiatry — State Hospital. Chicago, Illinois. Military Stations: 1. Camji McCIellan, . ' labama. 1. Fort .Sam Houston, Texas. .). Fort Sheridan, Illinois. 4. Jefferson Barracks. Missouri. Activities : Athletic — Horseback riding: swimming. She left her lieiut in Texus. iV ' ' ' EFFIE Maiiiso.x Original Camp — Fort McPherson Affiliations: Pediatrics — Brooklyn Hosjiital, New ' ork. Gynecology — Brooklyn Hospital, New ' ork. ()l)Stetrics — Brooklyn Hospital, New ' ork. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass, Military Stations: 1. F ' ort McPherson. 2. Fo.x Hills, Staten Island, New ' i ' ork. Activities : .Athletic— Baseball. Member of the Y. M. C. A. Choir. Effic is our lady n ' ith the many blond Ineks. , HELEN M. APPLEGATE Wm.mington Ohio Original Camp — Sherman. L ' nit No. 2. Chillicothe. Ohio. Affiliations: Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hospital. New York. Gynecology — Stanford University Hospital, San Fran- cisco. California. 01)stetrics — Stanford L ' niversity Hospital, San Fran- cisco, California. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley. Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp Sherman. 2. Letterman General Hospital. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington. D. C. Helen docs not like the opl osite sex. Isn ' t it a shame? . ' J ' 1921. forty-two A.a.a LORA C. ARBOGAST CoLi_ MULS Ohio Original Camp — Furt Ogletluirpe, Georgia. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Presbyterian Hospital. Philadelphia. Gynecology — Presbyterian Hospital. Philadelphia. Olistetrics — Presbyterian Hos))ital, Philadelphia. Public Health — ' isiting Nursing Association. Phila. Psychiatry — Military Stations: 1. Fort Ogletliorpe. Georgia. 2. Camp Meade, Maryland. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. " . iiiiict typr of (lood. earnest i ' omanhood. " Ohio -(jreene, Charlotte, North Carolina. ANNE ARMSTRONG AsHL.AMi Original Camp- Affiliations : Pediatrics — New York Hospital, New ork. Gynecology — New York Hospital, New ork. Obstetrics — New York Lying-in Hospital. New York Pul)lic Health — Henry Street Settlement, New York. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp Greene, North. Carolina. 2. Fox Hills. Statcn Island. New York. ,1. Walter Reed Cieneral Hospital, Washington. D. C. Shall I I O buck In Ohio, or shall I slax, is llir quesli if: that filled .-Inne ' s mind for many a day. h«5- Oi ' lf) ■ ' ' i ' ( y X» MARTHA K. ARMSTRONG PkNNSYI.V. ' iS ' 1A Unit No. 2, Slicrman, Chillicoth e, Ohio WlLKINSBlRG Original Camp Affiliations: Pediatrics — Bellevue Hospital. New York, Gynecology — ilellevue Hospital, New York, Ob,stetrics — Kellevue Hospital, New York, Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hosp., White Plains, N, Y. Military Stations : 1. Camp Sherman, Ohio. 2. Letterman General Hospital. California. 3. Walter Reed General Hos])ital, Washington. D, C. .or, ' ' Well named! Union K. " " " " f4 ' -M Jfj b r " ELIZAUE RKS ARTHUR South CARr)[.iNA Original Camp — Walter Reed General Hospital, Wash- ington, District of Colum1)ia. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital. Washington, D. C. Gynecology — Massachusetts Cieneral Hospital, Boston. Olislctrics — New York Lying-in Hospital, New York. Military Stations: Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington. D. C. Activities : Social — Dancing. .Athletic — Horseback riding ; golf ; bowling. ElirMheih is our Southern belle, whether in blue gingham or Paris gown. 1921. forty-three fT-i- aQ.a HELEN ATHEARN New okk -P " ox Hills, Staten Island. New York. .SriTERN ' Orit ' Mi.nl C ' anip- AC:-u;;c.ii.,: Pediatrics — New " i ' ork Post Graduate Hospital. Gynecology — New ' ork Post Graduate Hospital. Obstetrics— Lying-in Hospital, New York City. Military Stations: L Fo-x Hills. New York. 2. Walter Reid General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Ill the spring a bluebird ' s fancy. BERTOLA G. BAINS —Grant, Illinois. WiS ' .ONSI.V Br.roiT Orifrinal Camp . ' Affiliations: Pediatrics— Children ' s Memorial, Chicago, Illinois. Ciynecology — Rockford General Hospital. Rockford. Illinois. Obstetrics— Giicapo Lving-In Hospital, Chicago, 111. Pul)!ic Health— Henry Street Settlement, New York. Military Stations: . Camp Grant, Illinois. i. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. ?,. Walter Reed General Hos pital, Washington, D. C. Fur Bcrlola — Li i- has many a care. But she can easily carry her share. LOUISE BAKER Carpen-tek South Dakot. Original Camp— Camp Grant, Rockford, Illinois. Affiliations: Pediatrics— Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, Illinois. (.iynecology— Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, 111. Obstetrics— Chicago Lying-in Hospital, Chicago. 111. Public Health— University of California, Berkeley, California. Military Stations; 1. Camp Grant, Illinois. 2. Fort Slieridan. Illinois. 3. l.etterman (ieiieral Hospital. •Activities : . ' thletic— Military drill. Secretary, Student .Association. Can grasp philosophy. LUCIL1-: BAKER Carpenter South Dakota Oriein;;] Camp— Camp Grant, Rockford, Illinois. Affiliations: Pediatrics— Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago. Illinois. Gynec(ilog) — Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, 111. Obstetrics— Chicago Lying-in Hospital. Chicago, 111. Military Stations: 1. Camp Grant. Rockford, Illinois. 2. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. 3. Lctterman General Hospital. Great " pep. " T 1921. forty- four A©.n. ESTHER BANDY Hawarden Iowa Original Camp — Camp Dodge. Iowa. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Stanford University Hospital. Gynecology — Stanford University Hospital. 01)stetrics — Stanford University Hospital. Public Health — University of California. Military Stations: 1. Camp Dodge. Iowa. 2. Letterman General Hospital. Judicious, gracious, kind. PEARL BARCLAY ScoTTSBORO Alabama Original Camp — Wheeler, Georgia. Affiliations: Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hospital. New York City. Gynecology — Columbia Hospital. Washington, D. C Obstetrics — Columbia Hospital, Washington, D. C. Military Stations: 1. Camp Wheeler, Georgia. 2. Camp Lee, Virginia. 3. Walter Keed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Lnxal to the Southland, you never sec her shirk. BEATRICE KATHLEEN BARNES FlTCHBlRi; MASSACHUSETTa Original Camp — Devens, Massachusetts. Affiliations: Pediatr ics — Boston Floating Hospital, Massachusetts. Gynecolog} — Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. Boston. 01)stetrics — Boston Lying-In Hospital, Massachusetts. Psychiatry— McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp Devens, Massachusetts. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. " Bca " stepping oul ' Well, I guess! CLEO BARNES RosEiiALE Indiana Cjriginal Camp — Wadsworth, Spartanburg, S. C. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Memorial Hospital, Chicago. Gynecology — St. Luke ' s Hospital, New York. Obstetrics — Chicago Lying-in Hospital. Psychiatry— Bloomingdale Hosp., White Plains, N. Y. Military Stations: 1. Camp Wadsworth, South Carolina. 2. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C Values much khaki. -1921. forty-five ft6.a MARGARET E. P,ARR Martins Ferry Oricinal Camp- Ohio Sherman. Chillicothc, Ohio. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Bcllcvue Hospital. New York City. Gynecology — Bellevue Hospital. New York City. Obstetrics — Bellevue Hospital. New ' ' ork City. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, New York. Military Stations: Cam]) Sherman, Ohio. Those grey eyes of sincerity — hut how mischievous. Tennessee South Carolina. ETHIX M. BARTON Johnson City Original Camp — Jackson, Columbia Affiliations: Pediatrics — Philadelphia General Hospital. Gynecology — I ' hiladclphia General Hospital. Obstetrics— West Philadelphia Hospital for Women. Public Health— Visiting Nursing Association. Phila- delphia. Pennsylvania. I ' sychiatry — McLean Hospital. Waverley, Massachu- setts. Military Stations: 1. Camp Jackson. .South Carolina. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C. Tho ' little in slature, she is bia in heart. ,rv - f i iTO • ( ME ELEN ' t orisE BAUER ' 1 . CONNECTlrfT Massachusetts. West H.wen r)riginal Camp — Devcns, Affiliations: Pediatrics — Boston Floating Hospital. Massachusetts. Ciynecology — Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston. Obstetrics — Boston Lying-in Hospital. Psychiatry— McLean Hospital. Waverley. Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp Uevens. Massachusetts. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington. D. C. .Activities: Social — Camp Representative for A. S. N. Annual, 1921. Our faithful pal— is about to forsake us for a " Mason " — good luck and blessed happiness from .tl-i v the Fievcns group. MARY H. BAYLOR ' ' ' ■ " 54(1 . sMi.Axii .Avenue. St. P.m ' l MlNNEsnT. Original Camp — Camp Custer. liattle Creek, Michigan. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Stanford University Hospital. Gynecology — Stant( rd I ' nivcrsity Hospital. Obstetrics — Stanford University Hospital. Public Health — L ' niversity of California. Military Stations: 1. Camp Custer, Michigan. 2. Camp Sherman, Ohio. 3. Letterman General Hospital. .Activities : .Athletic — Skating: tennis: military drill: hiking. Hoik ' did she ci ' cr take up nursing, when she leans so much toward athletics. -1921. forly-si.r A.6.a VERA BEARD MoLiNo Florida Original Camp — Jackson. ColumlMa. South Carolina. Affiliations: Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hospital, New ark. Gynecology — I ' niversity Hospital. Baltimore, Md. Obstetrics — University Hospital. Baltimore. Md. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital. Wavcrley. Mass. Military Stations; 1. Camp Jack.son, South Carolina. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Activities : Social — Dancing. Who is the girl with the infectious laugh? Our Vera! M R1E TI rt rEKESE BECKER SvR.MUsE New V ABk Original Camp — McClcllan. .Xnniston, .Alabama. Affiliations: Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Children ' s Hospital. Missouri. Gynecology — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis. Missouri. 01)stetrics — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri. Psychiatry— McLean Hospital. Waverlcy. Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp McClellan. Alabama. 2. Fort Sam Houston, Texas. 3. " Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. .Activities : Social — Secretary and Treasurer of student body at Camp McClellan, .Xlabama. .Athletic — Ciuard on Ija.sketball team at Camp McClcl- lan. Eiij( ys real fun at all times — Bcckie is never tired ivhen someone says let ' s go. CHRISTLXE BEEBEE CoLii Brook New York Original Camp — United States .Army General Hospital, N(r. ?i. Colonia. New Jersey. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Post Graduate Hospital, New York. Gynecology — Post Graduate Hospital. New York. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, New York. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement, New York. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hosp.. White Plains, N. Y, Military Stations: 1. Fox Hills, Staten Island, New York. 2. W ' alter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Her chief sport is attending courts martial, particularly at II a. in. — during night duty. . LUELLA A. BELCHER MaSSACHI ' SETTS -Devens. Ayer. Massachusetts. WlKTHROP Original Camp- Affiliations: Pediatrics— Floating Hospital. Boston, Massachusetts. Gynecology — Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, New York City. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp Devens. Massachusetts. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C. Batch — you ' d be surprised! T 1921. forty-seven Pi.Qn. -Cmnp Jackson. Columbia. Soiitli Ohio Caro- CLEO BELFORD Columbus Original Unit lina. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Philadelphia General Hospital. Gynecology — Philadelphia General Hospital. Obstetrics — Philadelphia General Hospital. Social Service — Philadelphia General Hospital. Psychiatry — Chicago State Hospital, Dunning. Illinois. Military Stations: Camp Jackson. South Carolina. Fort Sheridan. Illinois. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Activities : Athletic— Volley ball. Built for comfort, not for speed. ,i ' J MARGARET M. BELLER Chicago Illinois Original Camp — Grant. Rockford. Illinois. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Mem. Hospital. Chicago, III. Gynecology — Columbia Hospital, Washington, D. C. Obstetrics — Lying-Tn Hospital, Chicago, Illinois. Psychiatry— Bloomingdale Ho.sp.. White Plains. N. Y. Military Stations: 1. Camp Grant. Illinois 2. Fort Sheridan. Illinois. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington. D. C. Ucr ftlea for cnjoynwnt: A pencil and a sketch pad. .She needs no nwrc. oW V I i kl ' » Indiana MARION ' FRANCES BEXSOX OwENSVILLE Oricrinal Camp — Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia. Affiliations: Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hospital. New ' ork. Gynecology — Newton Hospital, Boston, Mass. Obstetrics — Newton Hospital. Boston, Mass. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations: Fort Oglethorpe. Georgia. Benny ' s idea of heaven is an operating room. LOUISE CLIFT BENTLEV NORRLSTOWN Pennsylvania Original Camp — Meade. Maryland. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital. Philadelphia. Gvnecology — Columbia Hospital. Washington. D. C Oiistetrics — Columbia Hospital. Washington, D. C. Military Stations: 1. Camp Meade, Maryland. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington. D. C. 3. Camp Jackson. South Carolina. One of the leading lights of the Camp Meaders. 1921. forty-eight I " Aon J. ' EMMA LOUISE BEREITEl ' Illinois Original Camp — Grant, Ki)cl turcl. Illinois. Affiliations: IV-diatncs — Children ' s McnKirial Hospital, Chicago, Illinois. Gynecology — Rocktord City Hospital. Rockford, Illinois. ( l)Stetrics — Lyina-ln Hospital, Chicago. Illinois. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hospital. White Plain.s, New ' ork. Military Stations: 1. Camp Grant. Illinois. 2. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington. D. C. Lnuisc sa s that she is thr very yink of courtesy. MARY BERRY Pi: SA(OL.- Floriii. Orieinal Camp — McClellan. Alabama. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis. Missouri. Gynecology — Barnes Hospital. St. Louis, Missouri. Obstetrics — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri. Psychiatry — St. Elizalietli ' s Hosp., Washington, D. C. Military Stations: 1. Camp McClellan. .Maliama, 2. Jefferson Barracks. Missouri. 3. V ' alter Reed General Hospital, Washin.gtoii, D. C. 4. Camp Jackson. South Carolina. Out:cardl iiiIdi. but nlzcavs rrcidx 7i-ith an aiiszi ' cr. .rt-ain- rjitfi) « r n - M.- ' ' BESSLTNG ' •A X. Ti ' x. s .• ntonio, Me.vi.n ()rieMial Camp — Fort Sam Houston, San Texas. Affiliations: Pediatrics — St. Louis Children ' s Hospital. (iynecology — Barnes Hospital. St Ijiuis, Missouri. Public Health — L ' niversity of California, Berkeley, California. Obstetrics — Barnes Hospital. St. Louis, Missouri. Military Stations: 1. Fort Sam Houston, Texas. i. Jefferson Barracks, Missouri. 3 Lettermnn General Hospital. Californ ' a. Social .Activities: Amateur theatricals. Cu f ' ELLA E. BILBY KFTTSTOWN NkW JerSEY rfv " ' Ori ' . ' -nal Camn — L ' pton, Long Island, Xew York. I ' Affiliations: Pediatrics — Xew ' ork Hosi)ital. New ' ork. Gynecology — New ' ork Hospital, New ' ' I ' ork. Obstetrics — Lving-In Hospital. New ' N ' ork. Psychiatry — St. F ' lizalieth ' s Hosp.. Wasliin:jton. D. C. Military Stations: Camp L ' pton. New ' ork. Fox Hills. New ' ork. Walter Reed General Hospital, District of Columliia. mia is an advocate of the New Jersey iii ' isquito. She stupes to con ' .jucr. H »iKrT vativc J-ftA ' , ' Ifr ' n 1921. forty-nine pi.Q.a LOIS ' GK ' . E BLSH Bancok Original Camp — Grant. Rockford, Illinoi Affiliations; Pediatrics — Children ' s Memorial Hospital, Chicago. Gynecology — St. Luke ' s Hospital. New York. ()l)stetrics — Chicago Lying-in Hospital. Illinois. Military Stations: 1. Camp Grant. 2. Fort Sheridan. Illinois. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Activities : Social — ' Vice-President of class organization, 1919, at Fort Sheridan, Illinois. Pish, uhilc men haz ' c exes, ears or taste, she Tinll alu ' ays find a lover. l.f- ' ' ' " ' ' ■ ' ELIZABETH BLACK Pei.h. ' .m Manor New York Original Camp — L ' nited States . ' ' irmy General Hospital, No. 1. New Ork Cit} ' . Affiliations: Pediatrics — Brooklyn Hospital. New York. (Jynecology — Brooklyn Hospital. New York. Oljstetrics — Brooklyn Hospital. New ' ork. Pnblic Health — Henry .Street Settlement, New York. Psychiatry — Hloomingdale Hospital, New York. Military Stations: 1. Fox Hills, New " I ' ork. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington. D. C. . ctivities : .Athletic — Partook in swimming race at Walter Reed, July Fourth Celel)ration. Who is your hairdresser nou. Bcttyf fYk- ' " VIRGINIA ELEUEL ' OAKLANn California Original Camp — Camp Lewis, Washington State. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Qiildren ' s Hospital, San Francisco, Cali- fornia. Gynecolo.gy — Stanford I ' nivcrsity Hospital. San Fran- cisco. California. Ot)Stetrics — . " Mexander Maternity Hospital. San Fran- cisco. California. Public Health — L ' niversity of California. San Fran- cisco. California. Military Stations: 1. Camp Le vi . Washington State. 2. Letterman General Hospital. California. {. ahii and eoneise. RUTH BOEDEFELD Elkhakt Indiana Original Camp — Fort Oglethorpe. Georgia. Affiliations: Gynecology — Newton Hospital, Boston, Mass. Obstetrics — Newton Hospital. Boston. Mass. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital. Waverley. Mass. Military Stations: Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia. Camp Meade. Maryland. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. When do wc eat? 1921. ms Aan. MARY E. BOND RuxTON Maryland Original Camp — United States General Hospital, No. 41, Fox Hills. Staten Island, New York. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Post Graduate Hospital, New York. Gynecology — Post Graduate Hosi)ital, New York. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, New York. Military Stations; 1. Fox Hills. New York. 2. Waiter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Mary Bond would not, could not, would not, join the dance. , , A HELEN VICKERY BOOTH Bi ' RLiNCTON Vermont Original Camp — Ignited States General Hospital, No. 1, New York City. Affiliations; Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hospital, New York City. Gynecology — St. Luke ' s Hospital. New York City. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital. New York City. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hosp.. White Plains, N. Y. Military Stations: 1. Gun Hdl Rd.. New York City. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C. 3. Camp Jackson, South Carolina. Tcnshun: Bootsic, zvhat is the most important city (?) in Pcnnsxlvania? Wisconsin New New D. C. ANNA BORGE Madison Original Camp — Gordon. Georgia. Affiliations; Pediatrics — Bellevue Hospital, New York City. Gynecology — New York Nursery and Child ' s, York. Obstetrics — New York Nursery and Child ' s, York. Psychiatry — St. Elizabeth ' s Hosp., Washington, Military Stations: 1. Fox Hills, New York. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C. Anna has tons of hnowlediic and an unlimited vocabu- larv. A school-marm, but otherwise normal. EVA BOURNE Denver Coi.orauo Original Camp — Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Tex. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Stanford L ' niversity Hospital. Gynecology — Stanford University Hospital. Olistetrics — Stanford University Hospital. Public Health — University of California, Berkeley, California. Military Stations: 1. Fort Sam Houston, Texas. 2. Letterman General Hospital, California. Most proper. 1921. fifty-one I r ' fton thy n ' Y ' Caii .a - ETHEL BOVDSTON O ' klahom. " -P )rt Sam H( uston, San Antonio, Tex Original Camp- Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri. Gynecology — City Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri. ( )hstetric.s — City Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement, New York. Military Stations: 1. Fort Sam Houston, Texas. 2. Jefferson Barracks, Missouri. .1 Fox Hills, Staten Lsland, New " ork. 4. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. 5. Letterman General, California. Life IS a serious lyriil osition In her. MARGARET BREWER AL i(MAnrKE Arkansas Original Camp — Camp ISeaureyard, .Alexandria, La. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Illinois Training School for Nurses Gynecology — Illinois Training " School for Nurses. Obstetrics — Illinois Training School for Nurses Psychiatry — Chicago State Hospital, Chicago, Illinois. Military Stations: 1. Camf) lieauregard, Louisiana. 2. Camp Wadsworth, South Carolina. .3. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. .-Xctivities : Athletic — Volley ball. Rushes rerv seldr Missouri • 111. ELIZABETH MARY BROOKES St. Louis Original Camp — Shelliy, Mississippi. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Philadelphia General Hospital. Gynecology — Philadelphia General Hospital. Obstetrics — West Philadelphia Hospital. Public Health — Visiting Nursing .Association, Phila Military Stations: Cam]; Shelby, Mississippi. Fort McPherson, Georgia. Camp Custer, Michigan. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Brookes, her motto: Men may come ai.d men iiuiy but 1 ao oil forever. yo. .tb n- Js HOLLY DL ' HOSE BROWN College for Women, South Carolina ) South Carolina -Walter Reed General Hospital, Wash. (Graduate of Columbia, SUMTEK Original Camp- Affiliations: Pediatrics — Boston Floating Hospital, Massachusetts. Gynecology — Peter Bent Bngham Hospital, Boston. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital. New ' ork City. P.sychiatry — Bloomingdale Hosp., White Plains, N. Y. Military Stations: Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C. .Activities : .Social — Dancing. Athletic — Enthusiast. Holly, better known as ' ' Little Xmas, " usually lij ' es up to her name. M ' c all pardon her because she not only has her own troubles, but also those of her children. 1921. T fifly-lwo f).Q.a JOYCE BROWN XoRA Springs Iowa Original Camp — Gordon. Atlanta, Georgia. Affiliations: Pediatrics — New " ork Hospital, New York. Gynecology — New York Hospital, New York. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, New York. Military Stations: Camp Gordon. Georgia. Fox Hills, Staten Island. New York. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Camp Dix, New Jersey. Do 1 look- all right, or do I look funny? Popular and pleasant. MAE ALICE BROWN Garde.x City Kansas Original Camp — Gordon, Atlanta, Georgia. Affiliations; Pediatrics — Bellevue Hospital, New York. Gynecology — Bellevue Hospital, New York. 01)stetric,s — Bellevue Hospital. New York. Psychiatry — St. Elizalieth ' s Hospital, Washington, District of Cohmibia. Military Stations: Camp Gordon. Georgia. Fox Hills. New ' i ' ork. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. .• ctivities : Athletic — Tennis ; baseball ; basketball. Manager. Class 1921, Walter Reed. Social — Camp Representative for A. S. N. 1921. Mac Alice, watch her fall, while playing basketball. Never mind. Brownie, you can shoot the ball. -. .fo ' f MARY GRACE BROWN 7 ; ' " ' West Branch La ' f } ' Original Camp — Camp Gordon, Georgia. i. w Affiliations; Pediatrics — New York Nursery and Child ' s Hospital, Gynecology — New York Nursery and Child ' s Hospital, Obstetrics — New York Nursery and Child ' s Hospital, Military Stations: 1. Camp (jordon, Georgia. 2. Fox Hills, Staten Island, New " i ' ork. 3. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. 4. Letterman General Hospital, California. K " , " ( ' -? mind like a shark. Athletic Annual, Neillsvjlle NINA BROWN Wis;oNsiN llan. Anniston, Alabama. Chicago, Illinois Chicago. Original Camp — McClell Affiliations; Pediatrics — Cook County Hospital. Gynecology — Cook County Hospital. Obstetrics — Cook County Hospital, Chicago, Illinois. Military Stations; 1. Caniii ilcClellan. . " Mabama. 2. Fort Sam H(juston. Texas. 3. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. 4. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington. D. C. .Activities : Social — Chairman Student Council, Camp McClellan ; Member Student Council. Fort Sheridan; Camp Representative, -A. S. N. Annual, 1921. Cushing ' s Edition on Parliamentary La ' cv is her favorite bnnk. 1921. fifty-three A6n PEAKL B. BROWN BowLixc Green Missouri Original Camp — Fort Riley, Kansas. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Memorial Hospital, Chicago. Gynecology — Ohstetrics — Chicago Lying-in, Chicago. Illinois. Puhlic Health — University of California, Berkeley, California. Psychiatry — Chicago State Hospital, Chicago, Illinois. Military Stations: 1. Fort Kiley. Kansas. 2. Camp Grant. Illinois. 3. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. 4. Letterman General Hospital. California. Dih-s not bclit-x - in xt orkiiuj all nf the time. 77 ' ' V- RHE. l.!RUB. KER l. " Iil. NA -Tavlor, Kentucky. PHEIU W.A1!. SH Original Camp Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital. St. Lnnis. ifis.souri. Gynecology — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis. Missouri. Oli.stctrics — Barnes Hos|)ital. St. Louis, Missouri. Puhlic Health — Henry Street Settlement. New ' ork Military Stations: 1. Camp Taylor. Kentucky. 2. Jefferson Barrack.s, Missouri. i. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C. 4. Camp I ' .enniiig. Georgia. To kiwii. ' her is to litre her. SARAH ELIZA BUNN T. RBoK() North C.arolina ( )riginal Camp — Gordon. Georgia. Affiliations: Pediatrics — New York Hospital, New York City. Gynecology — New ' ork Hospital. New York City. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital. New York City. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hospital, White Plains, New York. Military Stations: 1. Camp Gordon, Georgia. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington. D. C. Mischief in her eyes at all times. EMMA BUNTING Ellery ■ ' Illinois ( )riginal Camp — Fort McPherson, Georgia. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Michael Reese Hospital. Chicago, Illinois. Gynecology — Mie:iael Reevse Hospital, Chicago. Obstetrics — Lying-In Hospital. Chicago. Illinois. Psychiatry — Illinois State Hospital. Chicago, Illinois. Jvlilitary Stations: Fort McPherson. Georgia. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. Activities ; Athletic — Swimming. " Hers is not to do or die: Hers is but to question ichy. " cA 1921. fifty-four . A6.a lA - ' ..c ' ' ' Kentucky ' i ' ' , i CiLLlAN BUKDORF Louisville Original Camp — Jackson, Columbia. South Carolina Affiliations: Pediatrics — Philadelphia General Hospital. Gynecology- — Philadelphia General Hospital. Obstetrics — West Philadelphia Hospital for Women Public Health — Visiting Nursing Association, Phila- delphia, Pennsylvania. I sycliiatry — McLean Hospital, W.-iverlcy Military Stations: Camp Jackson. South Carolina. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington M ass. Activities : Social — Member of Amateur Theatrical at Camp Jackson. Dancing, Athletic — Played in Tennis Tournament Hospital and on basketball team. iiir first Santa Clans. " A laugh from start to finish, not a dull tnnmcnt. " r»v Reed Birdie D. C. .Association at Walter MILDRED LUCILE BURNS -Grant. Rockford. Illinois. Illikuis WlNCHFSTFR Orieinal Camp- Afifiliations; Pediatrics — Children ' s Memorial Hospital, Chicago. Obstetrics— Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, Illinois. Pulilic Health — Henry Street Settlement. New ' ()rk. Gyneeolo2y — St. Luke ' s Hospital New York City, Military Stations: Camp Grant, Illinois. Fort Sheridan. Illinois. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Activities : .Athletic — Drilling at camp. Bobbie, she is alu-ays bubbling over with cheerfulness. SUSAN BURRIDGE Ramjolph Vermont Original Camp — L ' nited States General Hospital, No. 3, New Jersey. Colonia, Affiliations: Pediatrics — Post Graduate Hospital, New York, Gynecology — Post Graduate Hospital, New York, Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, New York. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement, New ' ork. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hospital, White Plains, New York. Military Stations: United States General Hospital. Colonia, New Jersey. Fox Hills. Staten Island, New " ork. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. ' ..,yL Just fond of maple-sugar — why? W " - ' ' » p- ' AeLEN BURROUGHS ' ergennes Vermont Original L ' nit — L ' nited States Guard, No. 1, New York City, Affiliations: Pediatrics — Brooklyn Hospital, Brooklyn, New Gynecology — Brooklyn Hospital, Brooklyn, N. 01)stetrics — Brooklyn Hospital, Brooklyn, New- Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass Military Stations: 1. Ihiited States Guard. No. 1, New York City 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington We always thought " Burroughs " thrifty until o of her e.Ypensive " Bill. " York. Y ' ork. D. C. heard -1921. T fifty-five 1 " Pi-Qn. VIOLA S. BUSEV Waterloo Iowa Original Camp— Greene. Charlotte, North Carolina. Affiliations: Pediatrics— New York Post Graduate Hospital. (iynecology- New York Post Graduate Hospital. rihstetrics- Lying-in Hospital. New " I ' ork City. Military Stations: 1. Camp Greene, North Carolina. 2. United States .Army General Hospital. Colonia, New Jersey. 3. United States Army General Hospital, No. 41, Staten Island, New York. 4. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. 5. Camp Dix, New Jersey. A youd fortune is good disposition for the soul, good cnuiiinus and good actions. ■J % ' . Kansas Chicago. EDNA H. KUTLER M. NHATTAX ( )riginal Camp — Grant, Kockford. III. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Memorial Hospital Gynecology — St. Luke ' s Hospital, New York City. Ohstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago. Illinois. ' Alilitary Stations: 1. Camp Grant, Illinois. 2. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Let every man enjn his vhim. What is be to me or I to hii ir t FLORENCE B. BUTZBACH SofiH Bend ' Ini;iana Original Camp— Gordon. Atlanta, Georgia. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital. Philadelphia. Gynecology — Nursery and Child ' s Hospital. N. ' ' . Ohstetrirs — Nursery and Child ' s Hospital, New York. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement, New York. Military Stations: 1. Camp Gordon, Georgia. 2. Fox Hills, Staten Island, New York. 3. alter Reed General Hospital, Washington. D. C. .Activities : Social — Memlier of Students ' Council. Camp Ciordon, Maizes )icu ' friends, luit keef s the old: Can meet any situation and ef nies up smiling. Des Moines, Iowa. LILLIAN BYEKLY -An AMOS. A ( Iriginal Camp — Camp Dodg Affiliations: Pediatrics — Stanford L niversity Hospital. Gynecology — Stanford University Hospital. Olistetri ' -s — Stanford I ' niversity Hospital. Military Stations: 1. Camp Dodge, Iowa. 2. Lettcrman General Ho.spital, California. Not afraid of anything. Iowa 1921. i ff fifty-six n - 1- f).Qn M 0H1 LOUISE BVERS Franklin Original Cami Affiliations: Pediatrics Illinois. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, Psychiatry — St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital, District of Columbia. » Military Stations: VVVS- ' ' 1. Camp Sheridan, .Alaliama. 2. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. ' - f, n -» 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, X ' SKingW yft : ' - ' ' ■ -Sheridan. Alabama. -Children ' s Memorial Hospital, Chicago. Illinois. Washington, I . ' - :X-- ' ■? " She buth ' tread zvcU ' on her uv : i T- , h 1 ALICE M. BYRNES -Camp Lewis. State of Kalispell Original Camp Affiliations: Pediatrics — Stanford L ' niversity Hospital. (iynecology — Stanford University Hospita Obstetrics— Stanford University Hosjiital. I ' ul)!ic Health — University of California, California. Military Stations: Montana Washington. Berke J ' I. rAl Camp Lewis. State of Washington. Letterman General Hospital. California .liid she loves California t- ' M MARTHA EDXA CALDER p. Baltimore Original Camp — Camj) Meade, Maryland. Af filiations: Pediatrics— P ' sychiatry- Gynecology Obstetrics— Makvland Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. -Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. — Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland. Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland. Pul)lic Health — Henry Street Settlement, New ' ' ork. Military Stations: 1. Camp Meade, Maryland. 2. Walter Re;. ' d (ieneral Hospital. Washington, D. C. .Activities : .Athletic — Military drill. Eiidoived -H ' llh all the z -ninan ' s arts that please. IRENE CALDWELL ScOTTSKORO .AlaI1. . 1A Original Camp — Slieridan, Montgomery. .Alabama. .Affiliations: tiynecology— St. Lnkc ' s Hospital. New York City. I ' ediatrics — Providence Hospital. Washington. Dis- trict of Columbia. Olistetrics— Lying-in Hospital, New ' ork City. Military Stations: 1. Camp Sheridan. .Alabama. 2. Camp Grant, Illinois. ,1 Fort Sheridan, Illinois. 4. Walter Reed General Hosijitai, WashingtMU, I). C. Irene has a little salt and much stueetncss. 1921. 1 fifty-sev en f).Q.a Washixcton Md. Md. MAMLLA CALE " District of Columbia Ori-inal Camp— Meade, Maryland. Affiliations: Pediatrics— Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore Psycluatry— Johns Hopkins Hospital. Baltimore, Gynecology— Woman ' s Hospital. Baltimore. Md Obstetrics— Woman Hospital. Baltimore, Maryland Military Stations: Camp Meade. Waher Reed General Hospital, Washington. D. C. .Activities : Social — Dancing. Oh Pccdhikic: Tlu ' y z ho from study flee LiTc hnifi and merriix. AXAlE iM. CALLEXDER PoyroxocK -J Coxsecticut Original Camp— United States Army General Hospital Xo. 1, Xew ' i ' ork Ciy-. Affiliations: Pediatrics— .St. Luke ' s Hospital. New ' ork City Gynecology— St. Luke ' s Hospital. New York City. Obstetrics— Lying-in Hospital. New " I ' ork City. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, New York Aiilitary Stations: 1. L ' nited States General Hospital. New ' ork City. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington. D! C. " Callic. " like the Japs. fal,-es off her shoes ichen ealling. KATHERIXE A. CAMPBELL G, Ri)XER Massachusetts Oritrinal Camp— Humphreys, Ale.xandria, Virginia Affiliations: Pediatrics— Providence Hospital, Washington. D. C. Gynecology — Providence Hospital. Washington. D. C. Obstetrics- Providence Hospital. Washington, D. C. Psychiatry— McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Pul)lic Health— Henry Street Settlement. New York. Military Stations: Camji Humphreys. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington. D. C. Activities : Social— Camp Representative for A. S. N. Annual, A tnaid neat, with milliners szveet, zvho runs about on unlHiig feet. LISSIE CAMPBELL Nebraska Fort Sam Houston. San Antonio, Tex. Harbi.xe Original Camp Affiliations: Pediatrics— Stanford L niversity Hospital. Gynecology— Stanford University Hospital, Obstetrics— Stanford LTniversitv ' Hospital. Military Stations: 1. Fort Sam Houston. Texas. 2. Lettcrman General Hospital, California. Activities : Social — Musical Club. Athletic — Basketball ; tennis. And she ean e.vpress her version of the " oath of office 1921. fifty-eight aen Kansas Antonio, MARJORIE CAMPBELL Harper Original Camp— Fort Sam Houston, San Texas. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis. Missouri. Gynecology — City Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri. Obstetrics— City Hospital, St. Louis. Missouri. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement, New York, Military Stations: 1. Fort Sam Houston, Texas. 2. Jefferson Barracks, Missouri. 3. Fox Hills, Staten Island. New York. 4. Fort Sheridan. Illinois. 5. Letterman General Hospital. Activities : . thletic— Drilling. Social — Camp Representative l)ocs she like to drill: ' ! Lv ( HrirK( A. S. N. Annual. 1921. Crazx about it. , NELL CARRINGTON " rcinia Greene, Charlotte, North Carolina. r r. C)riginal Cam|: Affiliations: I ' ediatrics — New York Hospital, New ' i ' ork City. Gynecology — New ' i ' ork Hospital, New York City. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital. New York City. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Wavcrley. Mass. Pulilic Healtli — Henry Street Settlement, New York. Military Stations: Camp Greene, North Carolina, Activities : Social — Dancing. Athletic— Volley hall, swimming. July Fourth, 1919-20, Celebration at Walter Reed Hospital. .Vi ' , sometimes called Virginia, famous for beaten I -biscuits and Southern ham. i , -|«i ! • ' ' ' ■ AGNES CASE 5 " " ' Benzoxia Michigan Original Camp — Custer, Battle Creek, Michigan. Affiliations: Pediatrics — LJniversity Hospital, Minneapolis, Obstetrics — LIniversity Hospital, Minneapolis, (gynecology — University Hospital, Minneapolis Public Health — Henry Street Settlement, New ' i ' ork Military Stations: 1. Camp Custer, Battle Creek, Michigan. 2. Camp Sherman. Chillicothe, Ohio. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. Fort Snelling. Minnesota. F.irt Sheridan. Illinois. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Casey is the essence of kindness. Mankato Original Camp Affiliations: i ' ediatrics — Children ' s Hosjiital, San Francisco. Gynecology — Stanford University Hospital. Obstetrics — Children ' s Hospital, San Francisco. Public Health — University of California, Berkeley Military Stations: 1. Camp Lewis, State of Washington. 2. Letterman General Hospital, California. Buxom and debonair. Minn. Minn. Minn. 3. 4. 5. 6. GEORGENE M. CASE Gow. Kansas -Camp Lewis, State of Washington. T -1921. fifty-nine I- nea ,j- ' , i e fjirt BOWLUS Original Camp ' ANNA A. CASEY Minnesota Washington. Camp Lewis. State of Children ' s Hospital. San Francisco, Cali Affiliations Pediatric fornia. Gynecology — Stanford University Hospital, San Fran- cisco. California. Ohstetrics — Alexander Maternity Hospital, San Fran- cisco. California. Military Stations: 1. Camp Lewis, State of Washington. 2. Letterman General Hospital. jV i(,fiV hath charms, so has Anna. . ' ETHEL CATHEY Belmont North C. rolin. Original Camp — Wadsworth, Spartanburg, South Caro- lina. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Bcllevue Hospital, New York. fiynecology — Bellevue Hospital, New York. Ohstetrics — Bellevue Hospital, New York. P.sychiatry — Bloomingdale Hospital, White Plains, New York. Military Stations: Wadsworth, South Carolina. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. Fox Hills. New York. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C. A lamb-like girl. EMILY CERNY Sot ' TH Dakota State of Washington. Gregoky Original Camp — Camp Lewis ■ Affiliations: Pediatrics — Stanford University Hospital, San Fran- cisco. California. Gynecology — Stanford University Hospital. San Fran- cisco. California. Obstetrics — Stanford University Hospital, San Fran- cisco, California. Military Stations: 1. Camp Lewis. State of Washington. 2. Letterman General Hospital. California. Ali ays ready io hear the news. BLANCHE CHANCE Canton Ohio Original Camp — Gordon. .Atlanta. Georgia. Affiliations; Pediatrics — Bellevue Hospital. New York City. (iynecology — Bellevue Hospital. New York City. 01)stctrics — Bellevue Hospital. New Y ' ork City. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hosp.. White Plains, N, Y. Military Stations: Camp Gordon. Georgia. Fox Hills, New York. Walter Reed Genera! Hospital. Wasliington. D. C. .Activities : Athletic— Baseliall, Fox Hills. N. Y. Basketball, Wal- ter Reed Hospital. Argumentative: As a student 0,5%. An enthusiast in nursing and athleties. -1921. stxtv r ' Pi.Qn rv,. " ! 4. 5. Committee, Cliicago State Iowa EDNA OTHELIA CHESXESS i)» ' NoRTHFiELi) Minnesota Original Camp — Camp Custer, Michigan. Affiliations : Pediatric? — University Hospital. Minneapolis, Minn. Gvnccology — L niversity Ho.spital, Minneapolis, Minn. Obstetrics — University Hospital, Minneapolis, Minn. Public Health — University of California, Berkeley. Psychiatry — Cliicago State Hospital, Chicago, Illinois. Military Stations: 1. Camp Custer, Michigan. 2. Camp Sherman. Ohio. ,5. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. Fort Snelliiig, Minnesota. Letterman General Hospital. Activities : Social — Entertain nietu Hospital. Athletic— Volley ball ; drilling. j K- " ' plEARLE CHILDRESS T O.SKAL003-A Original Camp — Camp McClellan, .Mabama. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri. Gynecology — City Hospital. St. Louis, Missouri. Obstetrics — City Hospital, St. Louis, Misssouri. Pu1)lic Health — Henry Street Settlement, New ' ork. ililitary Stations: 1. Camp McClellan, Alabama. 2. Fort Sam Houston, Texas. 3. Jefferson Barracks, Missouri, 4. Fox Hills, New York. 5. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. 6. Letterman .General Hospital. l " , • f f Devoted tn her, ■ " f lSSETON Ori ' Hnal Camp — Fort Dcs Moines, Iowa. Affiliations: Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hospital, New York City. Gynecology — St. Luke ' s Ho.spital. New York City. Obstetrics — Columbia Hospital, Washington, D. C. Military Stations : Fort Dcs Moines, Iowa. Colonia, New Jersey. Fox Hills, New " ' ork. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D, C .• ctivities : Athletic — Tennis; swimming: horseback riding. Social — Camp Representative, . . S. N. Annual, 1921. As for me, I am just happy to li-c ' e. vie il-A MABEL CHILSON South Dakota New York Staten Island. New York. HELENA CLEARWATER Kingston Original Camp — Fox Hili Affiliations: Pediatrics — Bellevue Ho.spital, New York. Gynecology — Bellevue Hosjiital, New " ork. Obstetrics — Bellevue Hospital, New York. Military Stations : Fox Hills, Staten Island, New ' ork. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Helena ' s favorite expression, " Oh, she is a haudshalicr. 1921. sixt ' -onc aan MARGARET K. CLEARY Illinois -Grant, Rockford, Illinois Gridley Original Cani{j- Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Memorial Hospital. Chicago. Gynecology — Columbia Hospital, Washington, D. C Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, Illinois. P. ' iychiatry — State Hospital, Chicago, Illinois. Military Stations: 1. Cam]) Grant, Illinois. 2. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. 3. Walter Reed Genera! Hospital, Wasliington, D. C. Activities : Social — Dancing. Member of the .Amateur Theatrical League at Camp Grant. We don ' t have to go to Ireland for Irish vAt — even her understandhuj iL ' as trained to yive laughter, pro tejti. nfc. " -vc - " - ' DOROTHY H. CLEVELAND ' ' ' yvA ' ' ' HuLVOKK M. ' SSACh ' uSETTS Original Camp — L pton, Long Island, New York. Affiliations: Pediatrics — llrooklyn Hospital, Brooklyn. New Gynecology — Brooklyn Hospital, Brooklyn, ■ ' ork. Obstetrics — New ' " ork Lying-in Hospital. New York. Military .Station. ' ;: 1. Camp Cplon, Long island. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washingtf)n, D. C. .1 Camp Jackson, South Carolina. " Cleve " no pipe crossing could stop her from haz-ing a t T ' good time. York. New •v ic j+tw ' .i " ' HARRIET H. CLOGSTON Bridgeport Ohio Original Camp — Meade, Maryland. Affiliations: Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hospital, New York City. Ciynecdlogy — Columbia Hospital, Washington, U. C. Obstetrics — Columbia Hospital, Washington, D. C. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Wayerley, Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp Meade, Maryland. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, W ' ashington. D. C. .- ctiyities : Social — Dancing : card playing. Athletic — Horseback riding. A z ' cc, winsome thing. ' ' ESTHER LEOLA CLUBB ' " ' ' P.. Ris Illinois Original Camp — Taylor, Kentucky. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Cliildren ' s Hospital. St. Louis. Missouri. Gynecology — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri. Obstetrics — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement, New ark. Military Stations: 1. Camp Taylor, Kentucky. 2. Jefferson Barracks. Missouri. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C 4. Camp Benning. Georgia. Music is the only art that can calm the agitations of the soul. -1921. stxty-two aQ.a RUTH LEOKA COE Barron Wisconsin Original Camp — Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital, Philadelphia, Penn- sylvania. Gynecology — Columbia Hospital, Washington. Dis- trict of Columbia. Obstetrics — Columbia Hospital, Washington, District of Columbia. Military Stations : 1. Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia. 2. Camp Meade, Maryland. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. " can ' t be bothered. " ■- £l ' FLORENCE COHN ' ' " o C.MRO Illinois Original Camp — Wheeler, Macon, Georgia. Afifiliations: Gynecology — Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Boston, Mass. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp Wheeler, Georgia. 2. Walter Keed General Hospital. Wa.shington, D. C. Activities : .Athletic — Regimental Sergeant in Military Drill at Camp Wheeler. Danciiic al ' i ' ays suits. kj .rv " e " CORNELIA COLE New York Wrightstown. New Jersey. -Di. PoKT JeRVIS Original Camp- Affiliations: Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hospital, New orV City. Gynecology — St. Luke ' s Hospital, New York City. Obstetrics — Columbia Hospital, Washington, D, C. Psychiatry — Bloomingdalc Hospital, White Plains, New York. Military Stations: Camp Di.x, New Jersey. Fo.x Hills, Staten Island. Walter Reed General Hospital. ' ashington, D. C. There is inatiy a slip ' I ' wi.rt the cup and the lip. Ask Ci ' ley — site Icnoics. f{r - ' AGNES COLG EiiiMONT South Dakota Original Camp — Fort Des Moines. la. Affiliations: Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hospital, New " " I ' ork City. Gynecology — St. Luke ' s Hospital, New ' ork City. Obstetrics — Chicago Lying-in Hospital. Chicago, 111. Military Stations : 1. Fort Des Moines. Iowa. 2. Colonia, New Jersey. 3. Fox Hills. Staten island. New York. 4. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. 5. Letterman General Hospital, California. Activities : Athletic — Volley ball ; drilling. She loves to listen to music. knows. • g GAN -1921.- sixty-three A6.a t jrW-. (y t» x o Indiana MiLKoy Orii;inal Camp — Sevier. South Carolina. AffiIiation.s: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri. (iynecology — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri. Obstetrics — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri. Pul)lic Health — Henry Street Settlement, New York. Military Stations: 1. Camp Sevier, South Carolina. 2. Camp Taylor, Kentucky. 3. Jefferson Barracks. Missouri. 4. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington. D. C. 5. Camp Benning, Georgia. Iva is such a quiet girl. " Still zvatcr runs deep. " ; hbay RUTH K. SEY COMPTON Blackstone Virginia Original Cam]i — Meade, Md. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Psychiatry — Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Gynecology — Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Olistetrics — Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Military Stations: Camp Meade, Maryland. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C. Camp lackson, -Dixie " But She South Carolina. ' X ' heii her monds arc ended nestles like a dove. Jt. MARY CONN land. 5 iX.NSYLVA.N ' lA New ork. Si:wK KLi;v ( )riginal Camp — Upton, Long I AffiHations: Pediatrics — Philadelpliia General Hospital. Gynecology — Philadelphia General Hospital. Obstetrics — West Philadel])hia Hospital for Women. Pulilic Health — Visiting Nursing .Association. Phila- delphia, Pennsylvania. Military Stations: Upton, Long Island, New York. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. " Connie. " Her faz ' nrite pastime is tn consult the clair- voyant about the instructors at the Bliss n oA ' Electric School. . U ■ ■ L " ) JULL CONNOR GrEENWOOIi SofTH CaROLIN-A Original Camp — Gordon. Atlanta. Georgia. Affiliations; Pediatrics — New York Hospital, New York City. Gynecology — New Y ' ork Hospital, New- York City. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, New York City. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale. Wliite Plains, New York. Military Stations: 1. Camp Gordon, Georgia. 2. Fox Hills, New Y ' ork. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. •Activities : Athletic — Tennis. For if she ifill, she ivilt: for if she zfon ' l, she zvan ' t; and there is an end on it. 1921. 1 sixty-four ETTA COOK LoL isviLLE Kentucky Orit»inal Camp — Sherman. Cliillicothe. Ohio. AffiHations: Pediatrics — Bellevue Hospital. New ' ' ork Citj-. Gynecology — Bellevue Hosi)ital. New York City. Oh.stttric-s — Bellevue Hospital, New York City. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hospital. White Plains. Public Health Instructive Visiting Nurse .Association, Washington, D. C. Military Stations: Camp Sherman. Oliio. F )x Hills. Staten Island. New York. Walter Reed Ger era! Hospital, Washington. D. C. Activities : Social — Camp Representative. A. S. N. Annual. 1921. .S7!i ' likrs to trip the light fantastic toe. and she cer- tainly can fut her thoughts on can-ras. tiui- •♦ " M RY ISABELLE COSTINE NoKTII .Ari. MS M. SS. CHUSETTS Original Camp — Dcxens, Massachusetts. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Boston Floating. Boston, Massachusetts. Gynecology — Newton Hospital, Newton Lower Falls, Massachusetts. Obstetrics — Newton Hospital, Newton Lower Falls, Massachusetts. Public Health — Henry Street, New ' ork City. P.sychiatry — McLean General Hospital. Waverley. Massachusetts. Military Stations: Camp Devens. Massachusetts. Walter Reed Ho.spita!, Washington. D. C. Our Mary — Nothing conid make her hurry — not even . ' " ANDORA COX T.UOMA W.VSHIXGTON Original Camp — Lewis. Washingtim. Aifiliations: Pediatrics — Stanford I ' niversity Hospi tal. Gynecology — Stanford University Hospital. 01)stetrics — Stanford University Hospital. Military Stations: 1. Camp Lewis, ' asliington. 2. Lettennan General Hospital. California. .Activities : Social — Camp Representative. .- . .S. N. Annual. 1921. .S7u ' is a quid zccnuni. quite a xvoiuan at finies. MERLE CRAVEN Kia,LOGG low. ' i C)riginal Camp — Gordon. .Atlanta, Georgia. Affiliations: Pediatrics — New ' ork Hospital. New York City. Gynecology — New drk Hospital. New ' S ' ork City. Obstetrics — New York Hospital, New York City Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hosjiital, White Plains, Military Stations: Camp Gordon. Georgia. Fox Hills, New York. Walter Reed Hospital, District of Coluinbia. Charm of manner: sense of humor. Accused of many nationalities, hut zee agree she ' s all " American. " 1921. sixty-five pi.Q.a BEULAH CRAWFORD Houston Texas Original Camp — Wheeler, Macon, Georgia. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Boston Floating Hospital. Massachusetts. Gynecology — Columbia Hospital, Washington, D. C. Obstetrics — Columbia Hospital. Washington, D. C. Military Stations : Camp Wheeler. Georgia. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. She has her share of wisdom. When it comes to the opposite se.r, we ask you one and all — Does she use it? MARGARET A. CREE Tyrone Pennsvlv. ni. Original Camp — Jackson. Columbia, South Carolina. Affiliations; Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hospital. New " i ' ork City, Gynecology — Columbia Hospital, Washington, D. C. Obstetrics — Columbia Hospital, Washington, D. C. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Masssachu- setts. Military Stations: Camp Jackson, South Carolina. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. The best sort of pal — much interested in surgery for various reasons. Ask Margaret. CORNELLS VAN NESS CRESS Columbus Barr.xcks Ohio Original Camp — Walter Reed General Hospital, Wash- ington. D. C. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Johns Hopkins Hospital. Baltimore. Md. Gynecology — Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore. Md. Obstetrics — Woman ' s Hospital. Baltimore. Maryland. Psychiatry — Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Military Stations : 1. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Activities : Athletic — Tennis Tournament. 1920. Organizer and Captain of basketball team. 1920-1921. Irirm us the rock of Gibraltar. _.- - ■iH " -VI ' ) -Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia. - ' - ■ MONELL CRIST Alta Vista Kansas Original Camp- Affiliations: Pediatrics — Brooklyn Hospital, New York. Gynecology — Brooklyn Hospital. New York. Obstetrics — Brooklyn Hospital. New York. Psychiatry — St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital, Washington, District of Columbia. Military Stations : Fort Oglethorpe. Georgia. Camp Meade. Maryland. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. " fickleness " th name is Cristv. i 1 1921. si.rtv-six A6.a California HELEN CROSS Los Angeles Original Camp — Fort Riley, Kansas. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Memorial Hospital, Chicago. Illinois. Obstetrics — Chicago Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, Illinois. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement, New York City. Military Stations : 1. Fort Riley. Kansas. 2. Camp Grant, Illinois. 3. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. 4. Letterman General Hospital, California. Her chief delight is at the nwziies. E. LOUISE CUMMINGS Brooklyn New York Original Camp — United States . ' Krmy General Hospital, No. 3, Colonia, New Jersey. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Bellevue Hospital, New ' ork City. Gynecology — Bellevue Hospital, New York City. Obstetrics — Bellevue Hospital, New York City. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement, New York. Military Stations ; 1. United States General Hospital. Colonia. N. J. 2. Fox Hills, New York. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. 4. Camp Dix, New Jersey. The beautiful attracts the beautiful. .r " . .(V ' vip ' ' tLffT ' ADDE EARLE CUNNINGHAM Me.xico Mi.ssouri Original Camp — Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Iowa. Affiliations; Pediatrics — Philadelphia General Hospital. Gynecology — Philadelphia General Hospital. Obstetrics — West Philadelphia Hospital for Women. Pulilic Health — Visiting Nursing Association, Phila- delphia, Pennsylvania. Military Stations : 1. Camp Dodge, Iowa. 2. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. 3. Letterman General Hospital, California. She is the luhole encyclopedia of facts. BESS CUNNINGHAM Granger Iowa Original Cami; — Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Iowa. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Philadelphia Genera! Hospital. Gynecology — Philadelphia General Hospital. Obstetrics — West Philadelphia Hospital. Public Health — Visiting Nursing .Association, Phila- delphia. Pennsylvania. Military Stations : 1. Camp Dodge, Iowa. 2. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. 3. Letterman General Hospital, California. She never plays with the boys. -1921. sixty-seven B.6.a Jl.T at 3.30 a. m. ,) ■■ , :UTLER District of Columbia ■ ■ - NADINE CURRIE Ballinger Texas Original Camii — Shelby, Mississippi. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Philadelphia General Hospital. GynecoloRj- — Philadelphia General Hospital. ■ 01)stetrirs— West Philadelphia Hospital. Pulilic Health — Visiting Nursing Association. Phila- delphia, Pennsylvania. Military Stations: 1. Camp Custer, Michigan. 2. Fort McPherson, Georgia. 3. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. 4. Letterman General Hospital, California. . She delights rising • ' " ,-»»i)MARGARET E. UTLER WasTiin ' cton Original Camp — Walter Reed General Hospital, Wash- ington. District of Columbia. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hos|)ital, Washington, D. C. Gynecology — Massachusetts Cieneral Hospital, Boston. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital. New York City. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement, New York. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations: 1. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, Dis- trict of Columbia. Peggy is dear In the sane and the insane, to the adult and the infant. As we are all one «r the other. Iff all love I ' iU ' Jji H I " CHRISTY ANN DALRYMPLE 0 StXARGROVE PeNNSYLVANMi Original Camp — Hancock, Georgia. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Brooklyn Hospital, New York. Gynecology — Brooklyn Hospital, New York. fVbstetrics — Brooklyn Hospital, New York Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass Military Stations: 1. Camp Hancock, Georgia. 2. Fox Hills, Staten Island, New York. .3. Walter Reed General Hospital, D. C. .Activities : Social — Dancing ; card playing. Athletic — Military drill; tennis; swimming A gloom disperscr? I ' X .ra A ' K ELIZABETH B. DALRYMPLE (Graduate New Jersey State Normal School) New Brinswick New Jersey Original Camp — Dix, New Jersey. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Presbyterian Hospital. Philadelphia. Gynecology — Presbyterian Hospital. Philadelphia. Obstetrics — Presbyterian Hospital, Philadelphia. Military Stations : 1. Camp Dix, New Jersey. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, D. C. 3. Camp Jackson, South Carolina. We are all wondering about the captain at Dix. Elizabeth, give us light. 1921. sixty-eight aen ,r ' fjtiii ' i J. Indiana -jA ' MABEL DALTOX Indianapolis Original Camp — Meade, Maryland. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. Md. Gynecology — Hospital for Women. Baltimore, Md. Obstetrics— Hospital for Women, Baltimore. Md. Psychiatry-Johns Hopkins Hosi)ital, Baltimore, Md. Military Stations: 1. Camp Meade. Maryland. 2. Walter Reed, District of Columliia. Jack — She has no time for men nor fame — A mere diploma is her aim. JUNE MARIE DANIELSOX Parkla.nd. Tacoma Washington Original Camp — Camp Lewis. Washington. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital, .San Francisco, Cali- fornia. Gynecology — Stanford University Hospital. San Fran- cisco. California. Obstetrics— Children ' s Hospital, San Francisco. Cali- fornia. Public Health — University of California. Alilitary Stations; Camp Lewis. Letterman General Hospital. California. Jii}ie lo ' i ' es her bed! HELEN N. DA VIES Rau-ari) Vale Massachusetts Original Camp — Devens, . yer, Massachusetts. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Boston Floating Hospital. Boston. Massa- cluisetts. Gynecology — Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital. Boston. Massachusetts. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp Devens, Massachusetts. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital. District of Colimibia. Our movie fan. MARJORIE ELIZABETH DAVIES B.vllarp Vale Massachusetts Original Camp — Devens. Ayer, Massachusetts. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Boston Floating Hospital, Boston. Mass. Gynecology — Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston. Obstetrics— Lying-in Hospital, Boston. Massachusetts. Pulilic Health— flenry Street Settlement, New York. Psychiatry— McLean Hospital, Waverley. Mass. Military Stations : 1. Camp Devens, Massachusetts. 2. Walter Reed Hospital, District of Columbia. Who cooked the crop in the general ' s chicken? Why, Marje, of course! 1921. sixt -inne Pi.Q.a S " LELIA REBECCA DAVIS Lowell Massachusetts Original Camp — Wheeler, Macon, Georgia. Affiliations: Pediatrics— Children ' s Hospital, Washington, D. C. Gynecology— Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston. Obstetrics— Lying-in Hospital, New York City. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations : 1. Camp Wheeler. Georgia. 2. Camp Lee, Virginia. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. .Activities : Social — Pianist for Entertainment Committee at Camp Wheeler, Georgia. Do you hear those notes a-quivering Away up ill the air? It ' s Lclia tryiuy a new song For some big social affair. . i " ' ' " ' NELLIE B. DAVISON Tkihine Kansas Original Camp — Fort Riley, Kansas. Affiliations: Pediatrics— Children ' s Memorial Hospital. Chicago. Obstetrics— Chicago Lying-in Hospital. Chicago. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement, New York. .Military Stations: 1. Base Hospital, Camp Grant. Illinois. 2. Lovell General Hospital. Fort Sheridan. Illinois. ,3. Letterman General Hospital, California. Miteh ton business-like for trifling. " ' " " VIRGIXIA KERN DEAN ViB IRGIXIA D. C. •4. 5. -Stephens Citv Original Camp — Sevier, South Carolina. Affiliations: Pediatrics— St. Luke ' s Hospital, New ork City. Gynecology — Columbia Hospital. Washington, D. Obstetrics — Columbia Hospital, Washington, Psychiatry — State Hospital. Chicago. Illinois. Military Stations: 1. Camp Sevier. South Carolina. Camp Taylor. Kentucky. Fort McPberson. Georgia. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. , ii Love, love, Dcanf S ' " " li ' ' DORRIT .A. DEGNER Wi.NA.MAc Iniiiaxa Original Qjimp — Jackson, Columbia, South Carolina. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Philadelphia. General Hospital. Gynecidogy — Philadeli)hia General Hospital. Olistetrics — Maternity General Hospital. Philadelphia. Public Health — Visiting Nursing Asso., Philadelphia. Military Stations: 1. Camp Jackson. South Carolina. 2. Fort Sheridan. Illinois. i. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. .Activities : Social — Pageant at Camp Jackson. Athletic — Easketl)all : tennis. A true nurse in every way, One who does " good " every day: Here ' s to " Deg. " our pal from Winamac — How wc all wish to have her baek. 1921. sevcntx A.a.a Iowa MARGARET DE MARCE Delta Original Camp — Camp Dodge, Iowa. Affiliations : Pediatrics — University Hospital, Minneapolis, Minn. Gynecology — University Hospital, Minneapolis, Minn. Obstetrics — University Hospital, Minneapolis, Minn. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement, New York. Military Stations : 1. Camp Dodge, Iowa. 2. Fort Snelling, Minnesota. , " ?. Fox Hills. New York. 4. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. 5. Letterman General Hospital. ,. Just siiii lv " Buxth-un. " ETHEL DEXISON S ' VV1SCON.SIN C. l Carrollville Original Camp — McClellan, Alabama. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital, St. Louis. Missouri Gynecology — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri. Obstetrics — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital. Waverley, Mass. Military Stations : 1. Camp McClellan. Alabama. 2. Fort Sam Houston, Texas. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Wasliington, D .■ ctivities : Social — Dancing. Athletic — Military drill ; horseback riding. y» jAir K -- ' d " ' P thinker. EUDORA CARRUTH DICKASOX Brown. ' vii.le Original Camp — Mac- ' rthur, Waco, Texas. Affiliations: Pediatrics — St. Louis Children ' s Hospital. Gynecology — St. Louis City Hospital. Olistetrics — St. Louis City Hospital. Public Health — . merican Red Cross Hospital, St, Louis, Missouri. Military Stations : Texas 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. She -Camp Custer, Battle Creek. for Michigan Michigan. Camp Mac.A-rthur, Waco. Texas. Camp Sherman. Ohio. Fort Sam Houston, Texas. Jeiiferson Barracks, Missouri. Letterman General Hospital, California. dnth hiirn the midiiight oil for her keen knowledge. Ji ' BLANCHE I. DICKINSON . l.MA Original Camp Affiliations: Pediatrics — Stanford L ' niversity Hospital. Gynecology — Stanford University Hospital. Obstetrics — Stanford University Hospital. Public Health — University of Berkeley, California, Military Stations : 1. Camp Custer. Michigan. 2. Camp Sherman. Ohio. 3. Letterman General Hospital, California. . ctivities : Athletic — Military drill. An unfathomable mystery. T - 1921. seventy-one (R).6.a t MIRIAM DICKIXSOX TUCOMOKE M.VRVI.. NP Original Camp — Meade, Maryland. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Johns Hopkins Hospital. Kaltiniore, Md. Gynecology — Woman ' s Hospital, lialtimore. Md. Obstetrics — Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore. Md Psychiatry — Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. Md. Military Station?: 1. Camp Meade. Maryland. 2. Walter Reed General Hosiiital. U. C. .Ilwiiys ill II hurry. Jl ' hat is the hurry iio: Diihic? Cinijiralii ' .atitnis. WW X. DIXON Rl((]OKl.VN- X ' kW ■ UK ( Jriginal Camj) — United States . " Vrniy General Hosi)ital. Xo. 41, Fox Hills, Staten Island. Xew York. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Brooklyn Hospital, New ' ork City. Gynecology — Brooklyn Hospital. New York City. Obstetrics — Brooklyn Hospital. New York City. Pnblic Health — Henry Street Settlement, New ork City. Military Stations: L ' nited States . ' Vrmy General Hospital. Fox Hills. .Staten Island, Xew York. . ctivities : .Athletic — Member of Walter Keed liasketball team. " Ih ' .vir " is the girl icilh the leinniii! leuys. MACn DOHEKT ' Ci.AV Cnv Illinois ( iriginal- Camp — Wadsworth, South Carolina. Affiliations: P ' ediatrics — Michael Reese Hospital. Chicago. Illinois. Gynecology — Michael Reese Hospital. Chicago, Illinois. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital. Chicago, Illinois. Psychiatry — Illinois State Hospital, Chicago, Illinois. .Military Stations: 1. Camp W ' adswortli. Soutli Carolina. 2. Fort Sheridan. Illinois. .Activities : .Social — Dancing. Athletic — Swimming. Wort, ' , fur the night is eniuiiig. 10LET PERLE DOW Kl.vm tii Falls Oregon Original Camj) — Camp Lewis, Tacoma, Washington. .Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital. San Francisco, Cali- fornia. Obstetrics — Children ' s Hospital, San Francisco, Cali- fornia. Mihtary Stations: Camp Lewis. Washington. Letterman Genera! Hospital, Sar. Francisco. A good head and a strong body. 1921. seventy-two A6n JESSIE BELLE DRISKELL Bevikr MissoiKi Original Camp — Gordon. Atlanta. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Post Graduate Hospital. Xcw York City. (iynecology — Post Graduate Hospital. Nfw York City. Olj.stetrics — Lying-in Hospital, New York City. Public Health — Henrv Street Settlement. Xew York City. Military Stations: 1. Cam]) Gordon, (ieorgia. 2. Fox Hills. New York. .1. Walter Reed Genera! Hospital. I). C. .Activities : .Social — . ' 11 class parties. .• tliletic — Tennis. A great talker icilli linsts of fririids. EDNA DRULINER -Ai.M.x Nkbr. ska Original Camp — Fort Riley. Kansas. Affiliations: Pediatrics — .Sarali Morris Hosjiital. Cliica.go. Illinois, (iynecology — Michael Reese Hospital. Chicago, Illinois. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago. Illinois. Military Stations: 1. F ' ort Riley. Kansas. 2. Camp Cirant. Illinois. 3. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. .Activities : .Social — Dancing : amateur theatricals. .Vtliletic — Military drill. .Iiid she delighted in telhiifi stories In the kiddies at ■ Sarah Morris Jlospilal. ■ ' ' ' ' Conn Original Camp FLOKKNCE DRUR " -Fort Oglethorpe. Georgia. WiSCON.SIN Affiliations: Pediatrics — Brooklyn Hos|)ital. New ' S ' ork City. (ivnecologv — Brooklyn Hospital. New ' ork City. Obstetrics — Brooklyn Hospital. New " ork City. Military Stations: 1. Fort Oglethorpe, f ieorgia. 2. Camp Meade. Maryland. .5. Walter Reed General Hospital. D. C. Jt ' hat does " Torehy ' ' like better than fi aniits? to. . • HAZEL M. DRY " . HiTso.vviLi.K Illinois Original Camp — Beauregard. .-Mexandria. Louisiana. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Cook County Hospital. Chicago. Illinois. Gynecology — Cook County Hospital, t ' liicago, Illinois. Obstetrics — Cook County Hos|)ital. Chicago, Illinois. Military Stations: 1. Camp Beauregard. Louisiana. 1. Camp W ' adsworth. South Carolina. ,1. F.)rt Sheridan, Illinois. 4. Walter Reed, District of Columliia. 5. Camp Jackson, South Carolina. " The sweetest garland to the siceetest maid. " T 1921. scventv-thrce e.6.a ' Auburn NAT ALINE DULLES Texas New ORK Original Camp — Walter Reed General Hospital Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital, Philadelphia. Gynecology — Massachusetts General Hospital. Boston. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital. New York City. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hospital, White Plains. Military Stations: Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington. D. C. Activities: Social — Dancing. Athletic — Basketball — member of Walter Reed basket- ball team, 1920-1921. Swimming: tennis. " Nat " on guard means Victory u-ith a capital " V " for our basketball team. EDITH WINSLOW DUNCAX Donna Original Camp — Mac. rthur, Waco, Texas, Affiliations: Pediatrics — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis. Missouri. Gynecology — St. Louis City Hospital. Obstetrics — St. Louis City Hospital. Public Health — Red Cross Teaching Center. St. Louis. Military Stations : 1. Camp Mac Arthur, Texas. 2. Camp Sherman. ,■?. Fort Sam Houston. 4. Jefferson Barracks. 5. Letterman General Hospital, .San Francisco. Activities : Social — Musical Club, Fort Sam Houston, Texas. She was not made to be the admiration of all. but the ,j| hafipiness of one. fl " ' ' MARJORIE G. DUNHAM Montour Falls New York Original Camp — United States General Hospital, FoS«t Hills, Staten Island, New York. ■ rAjr ' , j Affiliations: " Jl8» - ' Pediatrics — New ork Post Graduate Hospitar ' ' " Gynecology — New York Post Graduate Hospit jyiS " ' S Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, New York Citj. w - Military Stations: 1. Fox Hills, New ' ork. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C. Activities : ■Social — Class Secretary, 1919, at Fox Hills. Athletic — Member of baseball team, 1919, at Fox Hills, New ork. " .Margy. " " ) es. I have my shoes on! " ' . . GILBLRTA DURLAXD Norfolk Nf.bra. ' ka Original Camp — Fort Riley. Kansas. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Cliildren ' s Mem. Hospital. Chicago. 111. Olistetrics — Chicago Lying-in Hospital. Chicago, 111. Public Health — University of California, Berkeley. Military Stations: 1. Fort Riley. Kansas. 2. Camp Grant. Illinois. 3. Fort Sheridan. Illinois. 4. Letterman General Hospital. California. Activities : and Treasurer Student Council, Camp Representative, . . S. N. t U - Social — .Secretary Fort Sheridan. Annual, 1921. Athletic — Military drill. Alii:a s the same, quiet and kind. 1921. seventy-four Aon Michigan ELSIE GRAY DUTHIE Ghanp Rapids Original Camp — Custer, Mich. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Stanford University Hospital, San Fran- cisco, Calif. Gynecology — Stanford University Hospital. Obstetrics — Stanford University Hospital. Pulilic Health — University of California. Berkeley, Calif. Psychiatry — Military Stations : 1. Camp Cu.ster. 2. Camp Sherman. 3. Letterman Hospital, Calif. Activities : Athletic — Military drill. Do you bi ' lievc in hive at first sight? EDNA EASLEV Cincinnati Ohio Original Camp — McCIellan. . nniston, . la. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital. St. Louis, Mo. Gynecology — Barnes Hospital. St. Louis, Mo. Obstetrics — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital. Waverley, Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp McCIellan, . la. 2. Fort Sam Houston, Texas. 3. Walter Keed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Edna, can you sec and hear everything? KATHEKINE L. EATON ClRCLEVILLK OhIO Original Camp — Sherman, Chillicothe, Ohio. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Gynecology — Bellevue Hospital. N. Y. C. Obstetrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Public Health — Instructive Visiting Nurse Associa- tion, Washington, 1). C. Military Stations: 1. Camp Sherman, O. 2. Fox Hills, N. Y. 3. Fort Sheridan, 111. 4. Walter Keed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Kate has become interested in the study of birds. She has started zvith Robbins. , (-.haA T MAVA M. EDWARDS , Fairmont Minnesota Original Cam]) — Grant. Rockford. 111. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Memorial, Chicago. 111. Gynecology — Stanford University Hospital. Obstetrics — Chicago Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111. Pul)lic Health— St. Louis, Mo. Psychiatry — Military Stations: 1. Camp Grant, Rockford, 111. 2. Fort Sheridan, 111. 3. Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis, Mo. 4. Letterman General Hospital, Calif. A thousand things make her happy, but few make her unhappy. T 1921. seventy-five A.6.a SYNNE E, YVONNE EIKUAI Lewiston Idaho Original Camp — Grant, 111. Affiliations; Obstetrics — Chicago Lying-in Hospital. Chicago. 111. Pediatrics — Children ' s Mem. Hospital. Chicago. 111. Public Healtli — Red Cross Teaching Centre. St. Louis. Gjnecology — Stanford University Hospital. Military Stations: Camp Grant. 111. Fort Sheridan, 111. Jefferson liarracl s, Mo. Letterman General Hospital, Calif. Cheer up, it zi ' oii ' t last lung. Hikic. EMMA C. EIXEKSON BiKll 1SL. NI) MlN ' .XESOT. ( riginal Camp — Dodge, Iowa. Affiliations: Pediatrics — I ' niversity Hospital. Minneapolis, Minn. Gynecology — University Hospital. Minneapolis. Minn. Obstetrics — University Hospital. Minneapolis. Minn. -Henrv Street Settlement, X. V. C. Public Health- Psychiatry — Military Stations: Camp Dodge Fort Snclling- Fox Hills Fort Sheridan Letterman General Hospital. JI7!.v so sad and fciisivt RUTH ELLSBERRV Hlme Illi.nois Original Camp — Wheeler, Macon, Ga. Affiliations: Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hospital, N. Y. C (iynecology — Columbia Hospital, Washington. D. C. Obstetrics — Columbia Hospital. Washington. D. C. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass, Military Stations : 1. Camn Wheeler, Ga. 2. Walter Reed, D. C. Her z ' oicc -ui ' as heard from Pole in Pole. ELLEN CAROLINE EPPERSON S(()TT City Kansas Original Camp — Fort Sam Houston. San . ntonio, Tex. Affiliations: Pediatrics — St. Louis Children ' s Hosp.. St. Louis. Mo. Gynecology — Barnes Hospital. St. Louis. Mo. Obstetrics— -Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. Public Health — Univ. of California, Berkeley, Calif. P:-;ychiatry — Military Stations: 1. Fort Sam Houston. Tex. 2. Letterman General Hospital, Calif. Activities : Social — Musical Club, Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Athletic — Tennis : military drill. Quality, not quantity. 1921. scventy-stx I- a€ a rrs. " ELEANOR KOLFE ERWIX St. Joseph Missouri Original Camp — Camp Sevier, Greenville. S. C. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Cliildren ' s Hosp., San Francisco, Calif. Cynecology — Obstetrics — Children ' s Husji.. San Francisco, Calif. Public Health- Psychiatry — Chicago State Hosi)ital. Cliicago, 111. Military Stations: 1. Camp Sevier. 2. Camp Taylor. i. Fort McPlierson. 4. Fi.irt Sheridan. 5. Letterman General Hospital, Calif. Eleanor -wil! h one of the leading women in the niirsinij profession. CECILI. E ' lOLFSOX EiiiXBi ' RC, North Dakot. Original Camp — Grant, K ' ockford, 111. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Memorial. Chicago, 111. Gynecology — Lane Hospital, Calif. 01)Stetric.s — Chicago Lying-in Hospital, Chicago. 111. Military Stations; 1. tamp Grant, 111. 2. Fort Sheridan, 111. ,). Letterman General. Calif. ?v heek. I ti ' iV . HELEN M.ARGARET E ' RES LEM. riS Original Cani]! — Camp Dodge. Des Moines, la. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Cliildren ' s Hosjiital. Calif. Gynecology — Stanford Hos])., San Francisco, Obstetrics — .Alexander Maternity Hospital, San Cisco, Calif. Pulilic Health — Univ. of California, Berkeley, Calif. Military Stations: Camp Dodge, la. Letterman Hospital, Ca lif. thiiih all I speah, but do not speak all I think Iowa Calif. Fran- •ik. t Ftwiu r . j. . KATHERINE 1. FAGAN tIT ' C. nTHA(iE New Original Cam]i — U. -S . . General Hospital, N Fox Hills. Staten Island. N. Y. Affiliations: Pediatrics— Hellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. (iynecology — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Obstetrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hosp., White Plains, Militarv Stations: 1. Fox Hills. Staten I.sland. N. Y. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, D. C. Activities : Social — Dancing; card playing. Katherine says, " Oh, my eyes, IVhx onee I was just f-u-ri-ous! " York o. 41, N. Y. 1 1 -1921,- seventy-seven k o.e,a en t ii ELINORE LISETTE FAHL Sheboygan Falls Wisconsin Original Camp — Camp Wheeler, Macon, Ga. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. Gynecology — Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Obstetrics — Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement, N. Y. C. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp Wheeler, Macon, Ga. 2. Camp Lee, Petersburg, Pa. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Always late for classes, always wearing her smile — two nf her characteristics that go with her all the while. P. .i ' - LELL FAIR Trentun Missouri Original Camp — Camp Dodge, la. Affiliations: Pediatrics — L ' niversity Hospital, Minneapolis. Minn. Gynecology — University Hospital, Minneapolis, Minn. OI)stetrics — University Hospital, Minneapolis, Minn. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, N. Y. C. Military Stations : 1. Camp Dodge, la. 2. Fort Sheridan, 111. 3. Letterman General Hospital. Activities : , President Student Cpuncil. Camp Dodge. la. You ' ll have to show me. MARGARET R. FARLEY Berwyn Original Camp — Wad.»worth, S. C. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. Gynecology — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. Obstetrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. Military Stations : 1. Camp Wadsworth, S. C. 2. Lakewood, N. J. 3. Fox Hills, N. Y. 4. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. 5. Camp Jackson, S. C. Loyal to Pennsylvania. l ' ' DowNES Grove Original Camp- Affiliations: Pediatrics — Philadelphia General Hospital, Pa. Gynecology — Philadelphia General Hospital, Pa. Obstetrics — West Philadelphia Hospital, Pa. Public Health — Visiting Nursing Asso., Phila., Military Stations: 1. Camp Greene, N. C. 2. Camp Upton, L. I. 3. ' alter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Judge me by what I am, then shall thou find me fairest. JEWEL FARRAR -Greene, N. C. Pennsylvania C. C. C. Illinois Pa. 1921. seventy-eight aen. )4 ' ■ " .yl-A- EMMA ADELE FERGUSON ' Reading Pennsylvania Original Camp — Devens, Ayer, Mass. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Boston Floating Hospital, Mass. Gynecology — Mass. General Hospital, Boston, Mass. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital. Boston, Mass. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, N. Y. C. Military Stations: 1. Camp Devens. Mass. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Modest and shy, but fire in her eye. GRETCHEN FIEGENSCHUH h ai m Ju Mount Pulaski " Illinois Original Camp — Grant, Rockford, 111. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Memorial, Chicago, 111 Gynecology — Columbia Hospital, Washington, D. C. Obstetric. ' ! — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, N. Y. C. Military Stations ; 1. Camp Grant. III. 2. Fort Sheridan, 111. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. ' T ' xs the stiiiys we siiiy which make us hapf y everywhere. HELEN CAMPBELL FIFE Canton Original Camp — Sherman. Ohio. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Gynecology — Bellevue Hospital. N. Y. C. Obstetrics— Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement Military .Stations : 1. Camp Sherman, Ohio. 2. Fox Hills, Staten Island, N. Y. 3. Fort Sheridan, 111, 4. Walter Reed General Hospital, Wa.shington, Activities : Athletic — Military drill. She just can ' t make her eyes behave. Ohio N. Y. C. D. C. ANN LUISE FINCH EnWARDSVILLE Original Camp — Sevier, Greenville, S. C, Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa Gynecology — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. Obstetrics — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. Psychiatry — -St. Elizabeth ' s Hosp., Washington, D Military Stations : 1. Camp Sevier, S. C. 2. Camp Taylor, Ky. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. Activities : Social — Dancing ; card playing. . thletic — Basketball; horseback riding; swimming, " Coal Pile Romancee ! " Illinois C. C. 1921.- seveiitv-iiine i- fton. A. RUTH FISHER RkADI.VC. Pk.WSVLX AXIA Original Camp — Camp Upton. Long Island. . Y. Affiliations: IV-diatrics — Philadelphia General Hospital, Pa. (■ynecology — Philadelphia General Hospital. Pa. Obstetrics — West Phila. Hospital for Women, Pa. Public Health — Visiting Nursing .A.sso.. Phila.. Pa. Mditary .Stations: 1. Camp Upton. Long Island. X. V. 2. Walter Reed. Washington. D. C. .Activities : Social — Camp Representative for . . S. X. .Annual. 92l. Old- fiolicsoiiw little " bird " wha kci ' f ' X herself i uessiiK . ■ ■ ' HARRIET R. FITHIAX Gi:U. IA. TO V. Pi:. .VSVL ANIA Original Cam]! — I)ix. X. J. .Affiliations: J ' ediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hosjiital, X. C. (iynecology — St. Luke ' s Hospital, X. ' ' . C. Obstetrics — Columbia Hospital, Washington, D. C. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hosp., While Plains. N. ' l ' . .Military Station. ; : 1. Lamp Di.x. X. I. _ ' . Fox Hills, Staten Island. X. Y. .1. Walter Reed, Washington, D. C. .Activities : .Athletic — Took part in swimming contest at Walter Reed, July S. 1920. Put her to any lest y " » like and she xvill e.veeed your -j ■,j.i - ' l hll ' ' t hopes. ROSALIK X. FLORAXCE M ll.TON ' M ASSACHrSr.TTS Original Camp — Waller Reed General Hospital, V ash- ington. D. C. .Afi ' iliations: Pediatrics — P)Oston Floating Hospital, Mass. Gynecology — Massachusetts General Hospital, Mass, ( )bstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Mass. F ' sychiatry — Bloomingdale Hospital, X. Y. Militarv Stations: 1. ' altcr Reed. Washington. D. C. .Activities : -Athlttic — Tennis. Wim:er of cup in swimming con- test at Walt -r ' Reed. 1919, Rosalie smiles, and lee smile with her. We eaii ' t help it. ESTHER L. FOX r.OO. l-. II.LE illSSISSiri ' l Original Camp — Jackson. S. C. .Affiliations: Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hospital. X. ' . C. fiynccology — Columbia Ho5])ital. Washington. D. C. Obstetrics — Cohunbia Hospital. Washington, D, C. P.sychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass, Military Stations: 1. tamp Jackson, S. C, 2. Walter Reed, D. C. " Fo.rcy. " how about the ' ■] ' " ? 1921. eighty , -: _ DULCIK FKATEl ' fl XdKTH PlaTIE A ; } - v-r Xebraska ( tricrinal Camp — Camp Dudgc, Iowa. Affiliations; Pediatrics — Stanford Univers ' tv Hospital. (;_ ncci logy — Stanford Universiiy Hospital. Obstetrics — Children ' s Hospital. San Francisco. Pu])lic Health — University of California. Military Stations; 1. Camp Dodsje. Iowa. 2. Letterman General Hospital. .- cti ities : Cam]) Representative. . . S. N. .Annual. 1921. And she is cra:y about biicicriolniiy. MARGAK ' KT ISAI ' .Hl. FKASER Xi:v ' ■l]RK CiTv Xi:w ' ork ( )rif;inal Cam])— U. S. . . General H!)S))ital. Xo. .). Colonia. X. J. Affiliations; Pediatrics— Post Graduate Hosi) ' tal. X. " . C. Obstetrics — Lyiny-in Hosjiital. . ' . ' , C. Militarx .Stations; 1. C S. General Hosi)ital, Xo. 3. Colonia. X. J. i. Walter Reed Hosiiital. Wasliinyton. D. C. Actixilies ; Social — Dancing. T ' lok ])art in Carnival at U. S. Hospital, Xo. 3. The (lirl leho hunts llic iuidui:ihi nil sliidyiii 1 AXXIE LAURIE FRAZIER Tl .N.N ' E.SSEE MlI.I.Ki.VX COLLKGE ( )rij inal Cam]) — Fort McPherson, Ga. ■ ■ .-Affiliations; Pediatrics — Childroi ' s Mem. Hospital. Chicago, 111. Obstetrics — Lyiny-Jn Hos])ital. Chicago. 111. Psychiatry— Chicago State Hosiiital. Chicago. 111. .Military Stations: 1. Fort McPherson. Ga. 2. Fnrt Sheridan, ill " (jiildcii silriuY. " C ' - XETAH E. FREDERICK Fo.Mi-in -L c .1 ■y }. ) t- W rj5 TO.Mi-lH -1, C Wl.StONSIN )rit;inal Camj) — Fort ( ),L;lethor])e. Ga. Affiliations; Pediatrics — Johns Hojikins Hospital, lialtimore. Md. Psychiatry — Johns Hopkins Hospital. Baltimore, Md. Gynecology — Woman ' s Hos])ital, Baltimore, Ivld. Oi)3tetrics — Woman ' s Hospital. Baltimore. Md. Military Stations; 1. Fort Oglethori)e. Cia. 2. Camp Sleade. Md. 3. Walter Reed Cieneral Hos])ital. Washington. D. C. .Activities ; -Athletic — Baseball; swimming: tennis. Member Walter Reed basketball team. Just lilcr a syiiipjioiiy — S ' lUCrl and h ' li i-draieii-out. -1921. eighty-one aon HILDA FREDING Washington- Iowa ( iriginal Cam]) — Camp Hancock, Au iusta. Ga. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Hrooklj-n Hospital, Brooklyn, N. V. Gynecology- — Brooklyn Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. Obstetrics — Brooklyn Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. Public Healtb — University of California P. ' ychiptry — Fort McPherson, Ga. Military Stations : 1. Camp Hancock. Ga. 2, Fort McPherson, Ga. ? Fox Hills, Staten Island, N. Y. 4, Letterman General Hospital. Activities : Military drill. j rcdic, u Utile more pep — one, tieo, three, fmir. X • v o Y HAZEL B. FRENCH Crooksville Original Camp — Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. Affiliations ; Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hospital, N. ' . C. Gynecology — Columbia Hospital, Washington, U. C. Obstetrics — Columbia Hospital, Wasliington, D. C. Psychiatry — liloomingdale Hosp., White Plains, X. Y. Military Stations : 1. Fort Oglethorpe, Cia. ?. Camp Meade, Md. 3, Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. J, ' Hp ' Hip: Head up, Preiiehx! .- S(r Hip: Pf,n.nsylv. .n-l Staten Island, N. V. MILpRED E. FREY MUN( - ' • J Original Camp — Fox Hi Affiliations: P-,.-diatrics — Post Graduate Hospital, N. ' . C. Gynecology — Post Graduate Hospital, X. V. C. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, N. Y. C. Military Stations: L Fox Hills, Staten Lsland, N. Y. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington. D. " I ' eli.v. " I ' ve fallen awiix to a ion. . ■ " C. C ' ' EDITH MAV FR ' ■■ ' - " - ' -i «JHMADI K Wisi oNsix CaMP Doi-GLAS Original Camp — Camp Grant, Rockford, III. ( ffiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Memorial, Chicago, 111. Gynecology — Columbia Hospital. Washington, D. C. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Washington, D. C. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement, N. ' . C. Military .Stations : 1. Camp Grant, Rockford, 111, 2. Fort Sheridan. 111. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, Activities : Social — Dancing. Athletic — Drilling. Camp Grant : tennis. The girl -.eith the million-dnllar smile. D. C. 1921. eighty-two aen MARGARET FULLER Oak Park Illinois Original Camp— Camp Custer, Battle Creek, Mich. Affiliations: Pediatrics— University of Minnesota Hospital. Minn. Gynecology — University of Minnesota Hosp., Minn. Obstttrics — Ihiiversity of Minnesota Hospital, Minn. Public Health — Instructive Visiting Nur,se .Associa- tion. Washington. D. C. Military Stations ; 1. Camp Custer. Mich. 2. Camp Sherman, Ohio. 3. Fort Sheridan, 111. 4. Fort Snclling, Minn. 5. Walter Reed Genera! Hospital. Washington, D. C. Activities : Social — Nurses ' choir. Athletic— Drill. I ' l- ' goy, " for well she kept her genial mood, and simple- faith of maidenhood. " WILDA B. FULTON WvMORE Nebraska Original Camp— Fort Sam Houston. San Antonio, Tex. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital. St. Louis, Mo. Gj ' necology — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis. Mo. Obstetrics — Barnes Hospital. St. Louis, Mo. Public Health — University of California. Military Stations: 1. Fort Sam Houston. Tex. 2. Jefferson Barracks. Mo. 3. Letterman General Hospital. .Activities : Theatricals. . H ' Uda. the actress of the fort. ( fj- ' ' NELLIE K. FUNDERBURG -»r NELLIE K. FUNDERBURG f New Carlisle Ohio Original Camp— Greene. Charlotte, N. C. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Boston Floating Hospital. Mass. Gynecology — Columbia Ho.spital. Washington. D. C. 0!)stetrics — Columbia Hospital, Washington. D. C. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hospital. N, Y. Military Stations : 1. Camp Greene, N. C. 2. Camp Upton. Long Island. X. ■. 3. Walter Reed General Hosiiital, Wa.shington. D. C. She has zvon the hearts of all who know her by her - cheery smile and friendly ways. PAULINE AMELIA FURMINGER O0_c._ I II. ly - Wjsconsix Vjsco {l( ■ .Appleto.v Original Camp — McClellan, . la, Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. Gynecology — Barnes Hospital. St. Louis, Mo. Obstetrics — Barnes Hospital. St. Louis. Mo. Psychiatry — McLean H.ispital. Waverley, Mass. Military Stations : 1. Camp McClellan. .-Ma. 2. Fort Sam Houston. Te.xas. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. .Activities : Social — Dancing ; class parties. .Athletic- Basketball. Steady, don ' t smile; there is only one thing which she loves — her violin. 1921. eighty-three A6n j i ' OLIVE GALLAGHEl IvKEItSIUKC Oriffinal Camp — Grain, Kcickfurd, 111. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Memorial. Chicago. 111. Gynecology — St. Luke ' s Hospital. X. V. C. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital. Chicago, 111. Public Health— St. Louis, Mo. Military Stations; 1. Camp Grant. 111. 2. Fort Sheridan. 111. .1. Jefferson Barracks. 4. Walter Reed, D. C. spill iKit. neither do I loll, bill look ill Ihc clothes Wisconsin iv«M -.eciu KTHYLE JOAN GALLIXAXT KiDCEi-iKLii Park Xkw Jeksev Original Cnit — Camp De ons. . yer. Mass. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Boston Floating Hospital. Mass. Cjynecolo.gy — Massachusetts General Hospital, Mass. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Boston, Mass. Pulilic Health— Henry Street Settlement, X. . C. Psychiatry — McLean Hosiiital, Waverlcy. iluss. Military Stations: 1. Camp Devens. Mass. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washingt in, D. C. Cocci " Is specuillzlnij ikith wild AGXES H. GARDXER V M- SSAl HI SETTS XoHTIl .AllA.MS ( )riginal Camp — Devens. . yer. Mass. .Affiliations: Pediatrics — Boston Floating Hospital, Boston, Mass. (iynecology — Mass. General Hospital. Boston. Mass, Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital. Boston. Mass. Public Healtii — Instructive Visiting Xurse . ssocia- tion. Wasliington. D. C. Psychiatry — McLean Hosiiital. Waverley. ilass. Military Stations: 1. Camp Devens. Mass. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, D. C. Coint] through the sliiiiis for public hcallh Is her recreation. EDITH ELIZABETH RlTLEIlOE Original Camp — Third Cnit G. TCHELL Pkx.vsylvania Cam]) Wadsworth. Spar- tanburg, S. C, .Affiliations: Pediatrics — Bellevue Hospital, X. V. Gynecology — Bellevue Hospital. X. ' . Obstetrics — Bellevue Hospital X. Y. C. C. C. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, X. Y. C. Military Stations: 1. Camp Wadsworth, Spartanliurg. S. C. 2. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. 3. Walter Reed. Washington. D. C. Slic can live through anything, even BcUeviic. 1921. eighty-four A6.a cf - ' p Miami Drisjinal Camp- SARA GAYLORD -Greene, Charlotte, N. C. Affiliations Pediatrics — I ' rooklyn Hospital, X. ' ' . Gynecology — Brooklyn Hospital, . " . Olistetrics — Brooklyn Hospital. X. ' . Public Health — Instructive Visiting Nurse tion, Washington, D. C. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hospital, New Yi Military Stations: North Carolina. tLOKlIl. . ssocia- irk. Camp Greene. Colonia, N. J, Fox Hills, N. V. ?v Walter Reed. Washington, D. C. chatter, chuttcr as I qn, now and forever. -Camp Sevier, Greenville, .S. PEAKL M. GEKBEI- PFR Original Camp Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital. St. Louis, Jklo Gynecology — Barnes Hosijital. St, Louis, Mo. ()l)stetrics — Barnes Hospital, St, Louis, Mo. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hospital. N. Y. Military Stations : 1. Camp Sevier. S. C. 2. Camp Taylor, Ky. .1 Fort Sheridan, 111. ■4. ' alter Reed, Washington, D. C. " Roamin ' in the gloaniin ' . " l. Iil. X. C. ' " ELIZAB e pr ETH SEGAK GERHARD Wi.sioxsix Fort McPherson. Ga. FoNii-iii-L. r Original Cam] Affiliations: Pediatrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Gynecology — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Obstetrics — Bellevue Hospital. N. Y. C. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations: 1. Fort McPherson. Ga 2. Fox Hills. N. ■. 3. Walter Reed Hospital. Washington. D. C. Monarch of all she snr ' ceys. r FLORENCE G. Re.miixg Original Camp- Affiliations: Pediatrics — Presbyterian Hospital. Philadelphia. Pa. Gynecology — Presbyterian Hospital. Philadelphia, Pa. Obstetrics — Presbyterian Hospital. Philadelphia, Pa, Public Health — Henry Street Settlement, N. . C. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Military Stations: 1. Camp Dix, X. J. 2. Walter Reed, Washington, D. C. 3. Camp Devens, Mass 4. Walter Reed, Washington, GERHART ' .• PexnSvlv.vm -Dix, Wrightstown. N ' . J. Waverlev, Mass D. C. Keliable tvhen on duty — reckless when off. 1921. eifihly-fjve " NA RAEIg may: GETCHELL Illinois -Camp Sevier. Greciiv S. C. Original Camp- Affiliations: Pediatrics — Gynecology — Columbia Hospital, Washington. D. C. Obstetrics — Columbia Hospital. Washington. D. C. Psychiatry — Chicago State Hospital, Dunning, 111. Military Stations: 1. Camp Sevier, S. C. 2. Camp Taylor, Ky. 3. Fort McPherson. Ga. 4. Fort Sheridan, 111. 5. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington. D. C. Activities : Athletic — Basketliall. Fort Sheridan. , Sinishiiw and slu zvcrs. ..,• ' ■ ' WILD A GETTN ' iKANTS ILLL r)riginal Cam]) — Greene, Charlotte. N. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Firooklyn Hospital, X. Y. Gynecology — Brooklyn Hospital. N. Obstetrics — Brooklyn Hospital. N, ' , yiA - M. KVLAXD C. Y. C. C. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement. X, Y. C. Military Stations : 1. Camp Greene, N. C. 2. Fox Hills. Staten Island. N. Y. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington. D. C. (ictty is little and has pep. as a inirsc slic has some rep. (iAKPf V CiTV )riginal Cam] - Affiliations; Pediatrics — University Hospital. Minneapolis. Minn. Gynecology — University Hospital. Minneapolis. Minn. Obstetrics — University Hospital. Minneapolis. Minn. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement. New York City. Teachers ' College. Columbia University. Militarv .Stations: ETTA GILLIOM -Cam)! Custer. Battle Crei MlSSOl ' KI MiciL 1. 2. I 4. .S. 6. Camp Custer. Mich. Camp Sherman. Ohio. Fort Sheridan. 111. Fort Snelling. Miini. Fox Hills, Staten Island. " , Y. Letterman General Hospital, Activities : .Athletic — Military drill : equit ation. Social — .Student Council. Camp Sherman. Hear ye. hear ye. are you ready for the question? MABLE GRAY MAxnAN oKTn Dakota Original Camp — Camp Zachary Taylor. Louisville. Ky, Affiliations: Pediatrics — St, Louis Children ' s Hosp,, St, Louis. Mo, Gynecology — Barnes Hospital. St. Louis, Mo, Obstetrics — Barnes Hospital. St. Louis, Mo. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement. N. Y. C. Military Stations : 1 , Camp Zachary Taylor. Ky, 2, Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. 3, Letterman General Hospital, Calif. Mabel, why did you leai ' e us at ll ' alter Reedl 1921. eighty-six P aan. I ' APPLETON ANNA K. GREELEY WlSCONSIN Original Camp — Grant, Rockford. III. Affiliations; Pediatrics — Children ' s Memorial, Chicago, 111. Gynecology — Columbia Hospital. Washington. D. C. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Washington. D. C. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, N. Y. C. Military Stations : 1. Camp Grant, 111. 2. Fort Sheridan, 111. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Lnitfi ill siiiilr, but a little- package. LUCIE E. GREENFIELD Mkdfori) Mass. chusetts Original Camp — Dev.ens, Ayer, Mass. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Boston Floating Hospital. Mass. Gynecology — Massachusetts General Hospital, Mass. OI)stetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Boston, Mass. Public Health — Inst. Visiting Nurse Association. Washington. D. C. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital. W ' averley, Mass. Military Stations : 1. Camp Devens, Mass. 2. W ' alter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C. Everybody ' s mother is Lucie. « . n ' eVA GROS " Indiana El.KHAKT Original Camp — Jackson, Columljia. S. C. Affiliations: Gynecology — Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, Mass. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Boston, Mass, Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley. Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp Jackson, S. C. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. " Utile Eva " has a charm all her own. Lucky arc the patients whom she zvill nurse. Lowell Original M. IMELDA GROVES Massachusetts Hospital. No. 2, Fo.v Camp — Debarkation Hills, N. V. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Gynecology — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. C Obstetrics — Bellevue Hospital. N. ' S ' . C. Pulilic Health — Henry Street Settlement, Military Stations: 1. Debarkation Hospital, No. 2, Fox Hills, 2, Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C . ' Activities : Social — Dancing: cards. " Does shcf I ' ll sa she does. " Y C. N. V, 1921, eighty-seven aen Minnesota i f ' ' MAliEL GKUXDMi;VER Sleeps Eve Original Camp — Camii Slielliy, Mississippi. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Philadelphia Clencra! Hospital. Gynec ilo!»y — Philadelphia General Hospital. Obstetrics — West Philadelphia Hospital. Pul)lic Health — isiting Nursing Association. Phila- delphia, Pa. Military Stations : 1. Camp .Shelliy, Miss. 2. Camp Custer, Mich. 3. Fort McPherson. Ga. 4. Fort Sheridan. III. 5. Letternian (ieneral Hospital. is II sluiiiu ' tlidl slii- didn ' t like the Omikcr lowu. MILDRED (iUlXTHEK G. i.ioN Ohio Original Caiup — Fort Oglethorpe, (ia. Affiliations: (iynecoUigy — Xewton Hospital. Piostoti, Mass. Olistctrics — Xewton Hospital, Boston. Mass. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Wavcrley, Mass. Pediatrics — St. Lul e ' s Hospital, Xew ork. Military Stations : L Fort Oglethoriie, Ga. 2. Camp ileade, Md, ,1 Walter I ' teed, Washington. D. C. .Activities : Social — Camp Representative for -- . S. X. . nnual. 192L ) ' c (jods ' hole I luile the bays. GEXE ' A GL ' XDERSOX Elk Point Sorru D.u ot. Original Camp — Grant, Rockford, 111. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Mem. Hospital, Chicago, 111, Gynecology — Stanford University Hospital, Calif. Obstetrics — Chicago Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, HI. Public Health — I ' niversity of California, Berkelev, ' Psychiatry — Chicago State Hospital, Chicago, 111. Military Stations : . Camp Grant. 2. Fort Sheridan. 111. 3.-Eetterman Cieneral Hospital. ctivi|ics:«i. Atftletic- Milrtary drill. _ .. ' ,. Sincere and sensible. .V ' i GERTRUDE HAKEL ,|IVebton Ni:br, sk. Original -Camp — Dodge. Iowa. Affiliations: Pediatricsi-.Stanfiird L niversity Hospital. Calif, Gynecology — Stanford University Hospital. Calif. Obstetrics — Stanford i ' niversity Hospital, Calif. Public Health — University of California, Berkeley. Psychiatry — Military Stations: , 1, Camp Dodge, Iowa. 2. Letterman General Hospital. Calif. She likes fun and jokes. X ' V 1921. eighty-eight pi.Q.a EDITH DEE HALL KiMiiALL Nkhkaska Original Camp — Fort Des Moines, Inwa. , Affiliations; Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hospital. X. ' S ' . C. Gynecology — St. Luke ' s Hospital. N. V. C. Olistetrics — Lyni -ln Hospital, K. N ' . C. Public Hcaltli— Henry Street Settlement. X. V. C. Military Stations : 1. Fort Des Moines. Iowa. 2. U. S. G. H., Xo. 3. Colonia. N. J. 3. U. S. G. H., Xo. 41, Fox Hills, X. Y. 4. Walter Reed Hospital. Vasliint;ton, D. C. Tin- bahy of our Class — biy in chardclrr. Ihoiu h siiuill ill statiirr. S. RAH A. HALL XiAciARA Falls Original Camp — Greene. X. C. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Phila. General Hospital, Philadelpliia. Pa. Gynecology — Phila. General Hospital, Phila.. Pa. Ohstctrics— West Phila. Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. Nursing -Visitinsi Pulilic Healtl deljiliia. Pa. Military Stations : 1. Camp Greene. X. C 2. Camp L ' pton. L. 1. 3. Walter Reed, D. C. zi ' ould rather b Xew ' uuk .Association. Phlla- i ood than to he President. JfVl i, a-t " ' . DOROTHY LvnLWArnLis ( )riginal Camp — Camp D a. DEAN HAMMER In ' dia.na N.J. Affiliations Pediatrics — Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago. 111. Gynecology — Michael Reese Hospital. Cliicago. HI. Obstetrics — Chicago Lying-in Hospital. Chicago. HI. P.sychiatry — Chicago State Hospital, Dunning, 111. Military Stations : Camp Dix, N L Fox Hill.s. N. . Fort Sheridan. 111. i ' ' AxxA " Hammoxd() MlLLIlKOOK Original Camp — Devens. Ayer. Mass. Affiliations; Pediatrics — Boston Floating Ho spital. Gynecology — Mass. General Hospital. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Boston, Np:w Yokk Mass. P.oston, Mass Mass. -Henrv Street Settlement. X. Y. C. Pu))lic Health- .Military Stations; 1. Camp Devens, Mass. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Anne Ra is, a dcrolec of the fresh air treatment to reduce. 1921. cii lily-iiiiic n- pi.e n. .x-v- . ' : ' ' -l I trif inal Cam] MAR -Fort McPlu-rson. Ga. Wisconsin Affiliations: Pediatrics— Children ' s Mtm. Hospital, Chicago, 111. f)l)stetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111. P.sychiatry — State Hospital. C!iica,go, 111. Military Stations: 1. Fort McPherson, Ga. _ ' . Fort Sheridan. 111. . ficnius — therefore hard to understand. ELIZABETH HANSBKOUGH SUF.LHVVII.LE KeNTICKY Original Camp — Camp Greene (first class), Charlotte. X. C. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Brooklyn Hospital, . Y. C. (iynecology — Brooklyn Hospital, N, V. C. Obstetrics — Brooklyn Ho.spital, N. Y. C. Pulilic Health—Henry Street Settlement, X. Y. C. Psychiatry— McLean Hospital. Waverley, Mass. Military Stations: 1. Cnmi) Greene. X. C. 2. Fox Hills, Staten Island, N. Y. ?i. Walter Reed General Hospital. W ' asliington. D. C. . ctivities : Social — Dancing. .Athletic — Volley hall; swimming; horseback riding. Ifeth is from Kenlueky. our official guide for New ) ' ork. Ihiston and Washington. FRAXCES HAR DIXG Xevv Lo.NiioN Iowa Original Camp — Wheeler, .Macon, Ga. .•Vffiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital, Washington, D. C. (Jynecology — Woman ' .s Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Obstetrics- Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital. Waverley, Mass. .Military Stations: 1. Cam]) Wheeler, Ga. 1. Walter Reed Gene ral Hospital, Washington, D. C. .Inibitioii — noted for original stories. EMILY P. HARRIS Nkw N ' ork City Xkw Yokk Original Camp — . rniy Hospital, Xo. 1, . Y. C. . ' Vffiliations: Pediatrics — Brooklyn Hospital, N. Y. C. (iynccology — Brooklyn Hospital, X. Y. C. Obstetrics — Brooklyn Hospital. N. Y. C. Psychiatry — liloomingdale Hosp.. White Plains. X. Y, Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, X. Y. C. Military Stations : . rmy Hospital. Xo. 1, X. Y, C. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C, .Activities : .Athletic — Tennis ; swimming. Emily believes in being on time for roll call, ez ' en thouijh she climbs the fence to get there. -1921.- ninety Aan. Wisconsin -Meade, Maryland. -Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. Md. ALICE M. HARRISON DaRLIN ' CTON Original Camp- Affiliations: Pediatrics- Gynecology — ' oman ' s Hospital. Baltimore. Md. Obstetrics — Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement, N. V. C. P ' sychiatry — Johns Ho|)kins Hospital. Baltimore. Md. Military Stations: Camp Meade, Maryland. She is pTi-tty to iivik with. And zviltx ill talk- with. And pleasant too, to think on, JESSIE ELIZABETH HAKTL1-;V Xf.w ciuk City New York Orifjinal Camp — U. S. . , (ienera! Hospital, Ko. 1, N. V. C. Affiliations: Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hospital. N. Y. C. Gynecology — St. Luke ' s Hospital, N. ' . C. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, N. ■. C. Military Stations: 1. U. ' S. A. General Hospital. N. Y. C. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington. D. C. Spring is the time for Rusliny. Il ' hat could be sweeter, Ja::f H-- ' DITH M. HARTZEL Cu. LF()NT PeNNSY1.V. X1. ( )riginal Cam]) — l)ix. X. J. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Pres1 yterian Hospital. Philadelphia. Pa. Gynecology — Presbyterian Hospital. Philadelphia, Pa. Obstetrics — Presbyterian Hospital. Philadelphia, Pa. Psychiatry— McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp Dix, X. J. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. 3. Camp Jackson. S. C. Serene and Jovial, she max net among Chinese haring a famine or Russians in a revolution, but she U ' on ' t be phased. AXXA HARVEY .■ ltoon. Iow.a Original Camp — Camp Dodge. Des Moines. Iowa. .Affiliations: Pediatrics — Stanford University Hospital. San Fran- cisco, Calif. Gynecology — Stanford University Ho.spital. San Fran- cisco, Calif. Obstetrics — Stanford University Hospital, San Fran- cisco. Calif. Military Stations: 1. Camp Dodge. Iowa. 2. Letterman Hosjiital. Calif. The test of a true woman is that she makes the rest of us good. -1921. ninetx-one LOUISE HAST Bruce Original Camp — Camp Grant, Illinois. Affiliations; Pediatrics — Cliildren ' s Mem. Hospital. Chicago, 111. 01)Stetrics — Chicac;o L ing-Iii Hospital. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement. X. Y. C. Military Stations: 1. Camp Grant. 2. Fort .Sheridan. 3. Letterman CJeneral Hospital. Calif. Activities : Social — Student Council. Camp Grant. Editor-in- Chief, A. S. N. Annual, Letterman Cieneral Hos- pital. Athletic — Military drill. Company Sergeant. Camp Grant. Basketliall team. Fort Sheridan, Oiiit ' t and iiiiassitiniiK is she. ' . ' { . ( I ' ■ ' A l.NIII. .N A J ' i ■ " ' LAURA HASTINGS W. SHl. C,TO- Ori.ginal Camp — Wheeler, Macon, Ga. Affiliations; Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital, Washingtun. D. C. Gynecology — Peter Bent Pirigham Hos]iital. Boston, Mass. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, N. V. C. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley. Mass. Military Stations ; 1. Camp Wheeler, Ga. 2. Camp Lee, Va. 3. Walter Keed, Washington. D. C. Littit ' Bit " is akvays Ini ' py and ay !f - fl MERLE H I ' I C()K . L1.IS .ATHOWAV ( )UEGO.N Original Camp — Camp Lewis, Washington. Affiliations; Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. Gynecology — Stanford University Hospital, Calif. Ohstetrics — Children ' s Hospital, Calif. Pul)lic Health — I ' niv. of California, Berkeley, Calif. Military Stations; Camp Lewis, Washington. Letterman General Hos|)ita!, Calif. Hope icas her daily watclin ' ord. EDITH M.W HAVDON MaN.ASS.XS VlRGl-VlA Original Camp — Walter Reed General Hospital. Wash- ington, D. C. Affiliations; Pediatrics — Boston Floating Hospital, Mass. Gynecology — Columbia Hospital, Washington, D. C. Obstetrics — Columbia Hospital. Wasliington. D. C. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement. N. Y. C. Military Stations ; Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington. D. C. All English conservati ' i ' C and a progressive Amcrieaii. Her only enemies arc those ivho knozf her before breakfast: her best friends are those it ' io know her after tea. -1921. T mncty-two -) JANE CLINTON HEAR RD ' Y ' Elberton Gkorgia Original Camp — Wheeler, Macon, Ga. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital. Washington. D. C. Gynecology — Peter Bent Krighani, Boston, Mass. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, N. V. C. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp Wheeler. Ga. 2. Camp Lee, Va. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital. D. C. Activities : Social — .Attended all class parties. Ajhlctic — Tennis. A regular Georgia peach. iL ' hether at work or ft!ay. Ai ' - C M- KATE HEATHMAX KlRKSVlLLE MlSSOl ' RI Oris iiial Camp — .Sheridan, Montgomery, . " Ma. Affiliations: l.)bstetrics — Cliicago Lying-in Hosjiitul, Cliicago. ' I gynecology — Children ' s Memorial Hospital. Chicago. I ' ediatrics — Stanford University Hospital, Calii. Military Stations; 1. Cami) Sheridan. 1. Camp Grant. 3. Fort Sheridan. 4. Letterman General Hospital. . ctivities : -Athletic — Military drill. Worked horii. ployed hard. Had a good tune. ROSE hp:(; e New Effixgtox Soi ' TH Dakota Original CaiiilJ-jr-Fort Des Moines, Iowa. Affiliations: , ■■ Pediatrics — Sarah Morris Hospital. Cliicago, 111. Gynecology — Sarali Morris Hospital, Chicago. 111. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111. Military Stations: 1. Fort Des Moines. Iowa. 2. Colonia. N. J. 3. Fox Hills. N. V. 4. Fort Sheridan. 111. She is like an angel in our midst. fcA .i - y - - ' VINA C. HHINLEV WiLLlAMSPOHT PeNNSVLVANIA ( )rigina! Camp — Dix, New Jersey. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Phila. General Hosjiital, Phila., Pa. Gynecology — Phila. General Hosjiital. Phila., Pa. Obstetrics — Maternity General Hos])ital, Phila., Pa. Pnblic Health — Visiting Nursing Association, Phila- delphia, Pa. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hosp., White Plains, N. Y. Military Stations: 1. Camp Dix, New lerscv. 2. Walter Reed, Washington. D. C. Heinic, our town ennstalde ; her indoor sport is to police her zvard ' sleen times dailv. -1921. nincfv-thi ' L ' c aeo OLIVIA HEMPHILL CiiANLTE Kansas Original Cam|) — Jackson. S. C. Affiliations: F ' cdiatrics — Children ' s Hospital, Philadelphia. Pa. ( ynccoloK.v — Columhia Hospital, Wa.shington. D. C. ' ■)listctri :s — Cohmiliia H(jspital, Washington, D. C. Military Stations: 1. Canij) Jack. ' ion. S. C 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D . ) artist uiid 2 ' oailisl. Olivxa could al ' cays sec tit funny side of cvcrythin i. C. VIRGINIA A. HKXDERSON BEI.I.EVUK X ' IKCIN-IA Original Camp— Walter Reed (ieneral Hospital Affiliations: I ' ediatrics— Boston Floating Hospital. Boston. Mass. Gynecology — Columhia Hospital, Washington. U. C. Ohstctrics— Columliia Hospital. Washington, D. C. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hosp., White Plains. X. . -Military Stations: Walter Reed General Hospital. Washingt(jn. I). C. - cti ' ities : Social — Dancing. Partook in amateur theatrical-, Walter Reed. 1921. " lU-wilehiufi as Hill Thay. eluirniiiu as I ' irf lnia. " EDNA HENJES .Aul.lMiTO.N HeIOHT.S Original Camp — Shelhy. Mississsippi. -Affiliations: Pediatrics — Post (iraduate Hospital, , Il.l,l. C]|.s ■. C. -. C. Gynecology —Post (iraduate Hosijital. . . Ohstctrics — Lyinu-ln Hospital. N. Y. C. Piihlic Health— Henry Street Settlement, . . Y. C -Military Stations: 1. Camp Shelhy. Miss. 2. Camp Custer. Mich. 3. Fort Mcl ' herson. Cia. 4. Fox Hill.s, X. N ' . 5. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, I). C. I.DZ ' c vie little, love ine long. FLOREXCE ELIZABETH HEXR Rochester - ew ' ()rk Original Cam]) — Jackson. S. C. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Providence Hospital. Gynecology — Providence Hospital. Ohstetrics — Providence Hospital. Puhlic Health— Henry Street Settlement. X. Y. C. P.sychiatry — McLean Hospital. Waverley. ilass. Military Stations: 1. Camji Jackson, S. C. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C. " Henry. " following in the footsteps of the great author. is a bright light in our class. Washington, D. C. Washington. D. C. Washington, D. C. -1921. ninety-four A6.a MARIE C. HEUTERS RocHERT Minnesota Original Camp — Camp Custer, Battle Creek, Mich. Affiliations: Pediatrics — University Hospital, Minneapolis, Minn. (iynecology — University Hospital, Minneapolis, Minn. Obstetrics — I ' niversity Hospital, Minneapplis, Minn. of California. Berkeley. Hospital. Chicago. 111. Public Health — University Psychiatry — Chicago State Military Stations : Camp Custer, Mich. Camp Sherman, Ohio. i- Fort Sheridan. 111. Fort Snelling, Minn. Fort Sheridan, 111. Letterman General Hospital, Calif. .Activities : Social — " Stunt Night. " Camp Custer. Xmas Enter- tainment at Chicago State Hospital. .Athletic — Volley ball team ; class drill ; equitation class. Camp Sherman. ,• viaidot never bold: of spirit so still mid qifiet RUBY A. HICKOK El(; I .N Original Camp — Greene. Charlotte, ' . C. Affiliations: Pediatrics— Phila. Genera! Hospital. Phila., Pa. Gvnecologv— Phila. General Hospital, Phila., Pa. 0 ' bstetrics--West Phila. Hospital, Phila., Pa. Public Health — Visiting Nursing .Association, Phila- deli)hia. Pa. Military Stations: Camp Greene, N. C. Activities : Social — Camp Representative, . . S. X. .Annual. 1 21. Loquacious, even as a child. i 9.iji J- LLINOIS EVA HICKS eeler. Macon, Ga. IXVKRNKS.-; Original Camp — VVhe Affiliations: Pediatrics — Phila. (ieneral Hospital, Phila.. Pa. Gynecology — Phila. General Hospital. Phila.. Pa pLOKin.v Hospital, Phila, Pa. Nursing .Association, Phila- D. C. 01)stetric.s— West Phila Public Health— Visitint delphia. Pa. Military Stations: 1. Camp Wheeler, (la. 2. Camji Lee, Va. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washingt -Activities : Athletic — Enthusiast. ll ' e kiiou ' her. yet knoic her not. ELIZABETH VIRGINIA HILL Hi;ndkksi)X Kkntih kv Original Camp — Walter Reed General Hospital Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. flynecology — Barnes Hospital. St. Louis. Mo. Obstetrics — Columbia Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. Military Stations: Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Activities : Social — Dancing. She came late, like a stepchild, liil Ji.- ' r.- adopted her. 1921. ilinely-fivc f).Qn. KATHARINE K. HJLL C. KTHA(,F. Illinois Original Camp — Walter Reed Hosp., Washington, D. C. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital. Philadelphia. Pa. Gynecology — Columbia Hospital. Washington. D. C. Obstetrics — Coliiml)ia Hospital, Washington. D. C. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital. V ' averley. Mass. .Military Stations: Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington. D. C. Icr sales arc tiny, but her soul is bitj. GLA " S HITT K ANs.xs City K.an " s. s ' )riginal Camp — Fort Sam Houston, Texas. . ffiliations: I ' ediatrics — Children ' s Hospital. St. Louis. Mo. dynecology — Barnes Hospital. St. Louis. Mo. ( )l stetrics — Tiarnes Hospital. .St. Louis, Mo. I ' sychiatry — Chicago .State Hosi)it;il. Chicagi .Military .Stations: 1. Fort .Sam Houston, Te.xas. 2. Fort .Sheridan. 111. .)- Jefferson Barracks. Mo. Mistress iif Iiri ' sclf. 111. y.- ' ,- ELIZ.ABETH .MARJO.X HOGLE MoiN ' T ' ek. o. Iiiw. ( )riginal Camp — Camp Cirant. iv(pckford. Ill, .Affiliations: I ' ediatrics — Cliildren ' s Memorial Hospital, Chicago, Illinois, Olistelrics — Chicago Lying-in Hospital, Cliicago, 111. Public Healtli— St, Lcjuis, Mo. .Military Stations: 1, Camp (irant. 2. Fort Sheridan. III. .V Jefferson Barracks, St. Louis, Mo. 4, Letterman General. California. Xrt ' fr had a rase in her life, sn help me! yv AL1CI-: HOLDEX .Attlkeoko M.ass.schls: tts Original Camji — Devens, Mass. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital. Pliiladelphia, I ' a, Gynecology — Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Bost(. n. Mass. Obstetrics — Lying-in Htispital, New York City, X. V. Military .Stations: Camp Devens, Mass. Walter Reed. Washington. D. C, Who leaiild hmv thuiii ht that the insane eniild fasei- nate .iliee? -1921.- ninety-st.v i T Iowa FRANCES R. HOLIDAY (iuAXll VlKW Original Camp — Wheeler, (Ja. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Floating Hospital, lioston. Mass. GyneailoKy — Cnlumliia Hospital, W ' asliington, D. C Obstetrics — Coliiml)ia Hospital, asliinjitoiij 1). C. Military Stations: Camp Wheeler, (ia. Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, D. C. l) )cs slw favor suffrage! ' SIDNEY 1- Hoon U ' - ' PlCNN.SVl.VA.NlA PlIILAllELPHIA ( riginal Camj) — Meade, Maryland. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Johns Hopkins Hosi)ital. ISaltiniore, Md, (jynecology — Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Obstetrics — Woman ' s Hosjiital. Baltimore, Md. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, X. V. C, Psychiatry — Johns Hopkins Hos])ital, lialtimore, Md. Military Stations: Camp Meade, Maryland. Activities : Athletic— Member of 1921 baskttball team at Walter Reed. Social— President Class 1921, Walter Reed. It ' itli cluvins III win. and sense to fix the heart. f " ' A. n ' HOOX ' Ek Jon.i.N MissofRi Original Camp — Greene. Charlotte, X. C, Affiliations: Pediatrics — Phila. General Hospital, Phila., Pa. (ivnecology — Phila, General Hospital, Phila., Pa. Obstetrics — West Philadelphia Hospital t ir Women. Philadelphia, Pa. Public Health — Visiting Xursing . ' s.sociation, Phila- deljjhia. Pa. Military Stations: 1. Camp (ireene, X. C. 2. Camp Upton, Long Island, N. . 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Tnistiuji ill all thiiii s hii Ii eniiies easy to Iter. OLGA 1. HOVRE Colfax Wisconsin " Original Camj} — Greene, Charlotte, N. C. .Affiliations: Pediatrics — Pliila. (ientral Hospital, Phila., Pa. iynecology — Phila. General Hospital, Phila., Pa. ( )bstetric.s — West Philadelphia Hospital tor Women, Philadelphia, Pa. Public Health — ' isning Xursing .Association, Phila- delphia, Pa. Military Stations : 1. Camp Greene, N. C. 2. Camp I ' pton, Long Island, N. Y ' . 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. ride on Ihe mountain tofs — ride on and on — 1921. ninety-seven Aon. KUTH WEAVER HLBliAKD llRooKLVx New York Original Camp— U. S. General Huspital. X. V. C. Affiliations: Pediatrics— St. Luke ' s Hospital, N. Y. C. Gynecology— St. Luke ' .s Hospital. X. C. Olistttrics- Lying-in Hospital, . Y. C. P. vcliiatry- McLean Hospital. Waverlcy. Mass. .Military Stations: L ' . S. General Hospital. N " . Y. C. .Activities : Social— .■ ssociate P ditor . . S. X. Class President. 1918-19iy. at Gun Hill Road. Camp Representa- tive. .AS. X. Annual. 1921. " Ilubbic ' s " interest in nursiini ran only be diverted b ti " ((H ' i n the Einstein Theory. , • ' " ■ c;lai)vs m. huggett r ' . RTA WisKixsix ( Jriuinal Camp — Zachary Taylor, Kentucky. .Affiliations: Pediatrics — Cook County Hospital. Chicago. III. Gynecolog — Cook County Hospital. Cliicagn. ill. Obstetrics — Cook County Hospital. Cliicago, 111. Psychiatry — C ' hica.go State Hospital, Cliicago. 111. .Military .Stations: 1. Camp Zachary Taylor. Ky 2. Fort McPhcrson. Ga. .3. Fort .Sheridan. 111. .Activities : Social — Dancing. .Athletic— Uasehall. " . ijirl -II. ith ti .smile is a t irl xeiirlh lehile. " ADELAIDE HCGHES liK(ioKJ. Xkw York Original Cam]) — U. S. A. General Hospital. Xo. ,). Colonia. X. J. .Affiliations: Pediatrics— Xew ' S ' ork Hospital. X. ' S ' . C. Gynecology — . ew York Hospital. . . ' . C. ( )listetrics— Lying-Iii Hospital. X. N ' . C. Public Health — Instructive ' isiting Xurse .Associa- tion. Washington. D. C. .Military Stations: 1. U. S. fieneral Hospital. Colonia, X. L 2. Fox Hills, Staten Lslaiid, X. N ' . 3. Walter Reed (ieneral Hospital, Washington, D. C. . ctivities : .Athletic — Played in Tennis Tournament at Walter Reed. 192(1. Social — Camp Representative. .A. S. X. .Annual. 1921. Di yon nee ii seorekeef er ichile ' on ■ ft ' itol OTHJ-.A .M. HCGHES |Y y ' VMu.TO ■• • ' M.VSS.MHfSETTS I ' ( )riginal Camp — Waltei Reed General Hospital .Affiliations: I ' ediatrics — Children ' s Hospital. Philadelphia, Pa. Gynecology — Columbia Hospital, Washington, D. C. Obstetrics — Columliia Hospital, Washington, D, C. Psychiatry — .McLean Hos|)ital, Waverley, Mass. .Military Stations: Walter Reed General Hospital. Wasiiington. D. C. Activities : .Social — Class Secretary. 1921. at Walter Reed; Class Historian for .A. S. X. .Annual. 1921. .-J. ' :i ' (7M sinpinf in season and out — .- heart for ei ' ery fate. 1921. :l tiiiiety-eiyht pi.Qn. ,i HaX .11 5 A- ' ' AETNA E. HL ' N ' T Sill Tii Dakota Moines. Iowa. -Cam]! I)od,u I)e Elk Point Oricinal Camii- Afililiations: Pediatrics — Pliila. ticneral Hospital. I ' liila.. Pa. Clynecolopy — Phila. General Hosjiital, Pliila., Pa. Olistetrics — West Pliilaclelpliia Hospital for Women. Philaileiphia. Pa. Pulilic Health — Visiting Nursing Association. Phila- delphia. Pa. -Military Stations; 1. Camp Dodge. 2. Fort Sheridan. 111. 3. Lcttcrnian General. Calif. .Activities : Social — X ' ice-Prcsident Student Body. Shr ' s a shark. Nuff scd. EDITH BELLE HURLEY University of Michigan. . .B. and . .M.. I IS - ti.a. tk Cnv New Jersey ()ri ' , ' inal Camp — U. S. .- . (icncral Hospital. No. 1, N. Y. C. . ffiIiations: Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hosjiilal. N. " S " . C. ' (lynecology — St. Luke ' s Hospital, N. ' . C. Olistetrics — Lying-li i Hospital, N. . C. Puhlic Health— Henry Street Settlement. N. ' S ' . C. Military Stations: 1. U. ' S. General Hospital. N. Y. C. 2. Walter Kccd Geneial Hospital. Washington, D. C. lidilli Hcllc is ioiitciilcd U luiif. ; ()ii ' thai her trainini) is oz ' cr, and iiiritr her soul. Tfnxe.ssee P; ANNA ELIZAIiETH H NDS DAXIIKIIKiK Original Camp — Shelliy. Miss. - ' Vfliiiatioii.s: Pediatrics — Phila. General Hospital, Phila., Gynecology — Phila. General Hospital, Phila.. Pa. Obstetrics — West Philadelphia Hospital for Women. Puhlic Health — Visiting Nursing .Association. Phila- delphia. Pa. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hosj)., White Plains. N. Y. .Military .Stations: 1. Camp Shelby. Miss. 2. Camp Custer. Mich. ,1 Camp McPherson. Ga. ■1. Walter Kecd General Hospital. Washington. D. C. _ ' " I ' cil. hc has a iialiirnl -. isf xliucrily. ;. Coi.iMiiiA City ' " ' Inihana Original Camp — McClellan. Amiistoii. .-Ma. .■ ffiliations: Pediatrics — Cliildren ' s Hospital. .St. Louis. Mo. (A ' liecology — Barnes Hospital. St. Louis, Mo. Obstetrics — Barnes Hospital. St. Louis, Mo. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverlcy. Mass. Militarv Stations: 1. Camp McClellan. .Via. 2. Fort Sam Houston. Te.xas. 3. Walter Kecd General Hospital. asliington. D. C. -Activities ; Social — Dancing. . thletic — Horseback riding: military drill. .Iiid she learned patience in Huston. . M 1921. ninety-ntne I- fton Iowa ffl iA " ' MRS. MAKIK IXGRA.VI ' ' Mkn-lv Oriiiinal Camp — ' lKcler. Ga. Affiliations; Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s. . ■. C. Gynecology — Peter Bent Brigham. Boston, Mass. I ' syc ' .iiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hosi ital, New York City. Military Stations : Camp Wlicoler. Ga. Walter Reed Hos|)itaI, D. C. To her rluiniis may he added efficiency. y ' ' I.Ol ' lSF. R. IRVIN Mk.mivu.i.e Pennsylvania Oriiiinal Camp — Fo.x Hills, Staten Island, N. ' . .Affiliations: Pediatrics— Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. Gynecolot;} — llellevne Hospital, K. Y. Obstetrics — Bellevue Hospital, N, Y. Military Stations: Fox Hills, N. ' . Fort Sheridan. 111. Walter Reed. I). C. It ' s the little thiiii s that count. M.ARTliA .l. FFEE XoHTH . ii .MS Massachusetts Orij ' inal Camp — Meade, Maryland. Affiliations; I ' ediatrics — Brooklyn Hosiiital, N. Y. (iynecology — Brooklyn Hospital, N. Y. Obstetrics — Brooklyn Hosjiital. N. Y. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hosp., White Plains. N. Y. Military Station. ' ; 1. Camp Meade, Md. 2. Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, D. C. " Mart " Her eyes like aiincls -watch them still; Her broii ' s like bended bows do stand. LEOXI H. JACKSON Brockton Massachusetts Original Camp — Greene, Charlot te, N. C. .Affiliations; Pediatrics — New York Hospital, N. Y. C. Gynecology — New York Hospital, N. Y. C. Obstetrics — Lying-In Hospital, N. Y. C. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, N. Y. C. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations; 1. Camp Greene. . C. - ' . Fox Hills, N. Y. .?. Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, D. C. Activities : Social — Dancing, Athl ' Jtic— Volley ball. .S7if Ukics them short, she loves them tall, but the f ri- i rate life the best of all. 1921. one hundred LILLIAN M. JACOI3SON Little Sauk Minnesota Original Camp — Beauregard, La. Affiliations; Pediatrics — Michael Reese Hospital. Chicago, 111. (iynecology — Michael Rec«e Hospital, Chicago, 111. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111. Military Stations : 1. Cami) Keauregard, La. 2. Camp Vv ' adsworth, S. C. 3. Fort Sheridan, 111. .Activities : Social — All class parties. Athletic — Swimming ; basketball. Bright and iv ' itty. AXXA i. JAMES Kkaunev Nebraska Original Camp — Dodge, Iowa. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Stanford University Hospital, Calif. Gvnecology— Stanford L niversity Hospital, Calif. Olistetrics— Stanford I ' niversity Hospital, Calif. Pidilic Health— University of California, Berkeley, Military Stations: 1. Camp Dodge, Iowa. 2. Letterman General Hospital, Calif. A little learning is a dangerous thing. --• ■ ' EDITH JOHXSHN " WoRCESTEK ' Massachusetts Original Camp — Devens, Ayer, Mass. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Boston Floating Hospital, Mass. Gynecology — Newton Hospital, Newton, Mass. 0 ' b.st tries — Newton Hospital, Newton, Mass. Pnljlic Health— Henry Street Settlement, N. V. C. Military Stations: 1. Camp Devens, Mass. 2. Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, D. C. ivondcr which Edi th thinks the worst: breaking hearts or breaking efficiency records? She has been knoii ' n to do both. Y - " ' ■ -» AlAYME JOHNSON Lancaster Wisconsin Original Camp — Grant. Rockford, III. Affiliations: Pediatrics— Children ' s Mem. Hospital, Chicago, 111. Gvnecology — Rockford Gen. Hospital, Rockford, 111. Pul)Iic He ' altli— Henry Street Settlement, N. Y. C. 01)stetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111. Psychiatry— McLean Hospital. Waverley, Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp Grant, 111. 2. Fort Sheridan. 111. .?. W ' alter Reed, Washington, D. C. . " Xctivities : Social — .Amateur Theatricals at Camp Grant. Camp Representative, A. S. N. Annual, 1921. .Athletic — Military drill. ' ■Our Johnnie. " All I ask is service in the diet kitchen. 1921. hundred and one P A6.a MARGARET S. JOHNSTON Td.MrKixsviLLE New York Original Camp — U S. Del)arkat ioii Hospital, No. 41. Fox Hills, N. V. Affiliations: Pediatrics — N. V. Nursery and Child ' s Hosp., N. Y. C. Gynecology — N. V. Nurs. and Child ' s Hosp., N. Y. C. Obstetrics— N. Y. Nurs. and Child ' s Hospital, N. Y. C. Pul)lic Health — Henry Street Settlement, N. Y. C. Military Stations: 1. Fii ' x Hills, X. Y. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. " Joiiiiic, " and she is sucJi a sivccl child. • ■ " .iixr. ' . CILE JL ' NI Maryland. MlNNE ESOT.V New Ui.m Original Camp — Meade .A.ffiliations: I ' ediatrics — Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Gynecology — Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Obstetrics — Woman ' s Hos|)ital, Baltimore. Md. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, X. V. C. Psychiatry — Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Military Stations: 1. Camp Meade, Md. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington. D. C. She is one wha dues her oven thinking. K. NTOVL ' LORETTA KALER -Wheeler, Macon, Ga. -TV ' ] Illinois Original Camp- Affiliations: Pediatrics — ' IVoyidence Hospital. Washington. D. C. Gynecology — Proyidence Hospital, Washington. D. C. Obstetrics — Providence Hospital, Washington, D. C. Psycliiatry — Bloomingdale Hosp., White Plains, N. Y. Military Stations : Camp Wheeler, Macon, Ga. Activities : Social — Dancing ; card playing. We all Idvc her. J- ' Tia.L City J£TTA M. KAMPSCHAEFER I.NIIIA.NA Original Camp — Jackson, Columliia, S. C. Affiliation.s: Pediatrics — Providence Hospital. Washington, D. C. Gynecology — Providence Hospital, Washington, D. C. Obstetrics — Providence Hospital. Washington, D. C. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, N. Y. C. P.sychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations : 1. Camp Jackson, S. C. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C. Activities : Social — .Amateur theatricals. Camp Representative for A. S. N. Annual, 1921. . thletic— Basket1)all. 1918-1919; military drill. .S " o modest about her own ability, but proud of the " sieeetcst. " -1921. a 1 Oiie hundred and two aon Mason 6 City ' «, ' FLORENCE E. KEHM low Original Camp — Gordon, Atlanta, Ga. Affiliations: Pediatrics — New York Hospital, N. Y. C. Gynecology — New York Hospital, N. Y. C. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, N. Y. C. Psychiatry — Blooiningdale Hosp.. White Plains, N. Y. Military Stations: 1. Camp Gordon. Ga. 2. Fox Hills. N. Y. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. .Activities : Social — ' resident of Student Council at Camp Gordon. Favorite c.vprcssioii. " My John! " Has it any sifinificancc M. RTHA KEH N Mississippi i C. RKAXT0X Original Camp — Shelliy, Miss. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Phila. General Hospital. Phila., Pa. Gynecology — Phila. Genera! Hospital, Phila.. Pa. Obstetrics — West Pliiladelphia Hospital, Phila., Pa. Public Healtli — Visiting Nursing Association, Phila- delphia. Pa. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations : 1. Camp Shelby, Miss. 2. Camp Custer, Mich. 3. Camp McPherson. Ga. 4. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washin.gtun, D. C. Gotdlirici;. Bolshevik, flashlic ht. Everybody to their own taste. ' ' GENEVIEVE R. KELLEY- T ..- ' -. -pt-i.- -j Kkn ' osiia Wisconsin ' Original Camp — Beauregard, .Alexandria, La. .Affiliations: Pediatrics — Cook County Hosjiital. Chicago. 111. Gynecology — Cook County Hospital, Chicago, III. Obstetrics — Cook County Hospital. CTiicago, 111. Pulilic Health — Henry Street Sctilement, N. Y. C. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations : 1. Camp lleanregard. La. 2. Camp W ' adswortli. S. C. 3. Fort Sheridan. 111. 4. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. There is friendliness in her smite, Wit in her speech. And cneriiy in her deeds. ESTHER R. KEMP Manciikster Nkw Hampshiri: Original Camp — !. ' . S. A. General Hospital, No. 1, N. Y. C. .Affiliations: Pediatrics— St. Luke ' s Hospital. N. A ' . C. Gyneci logy — St. Luke ' s Hospital, N. A ' . C. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Boston, Mass. Militarv Stations : 1. U. " S. A. General Hospital, No. 1, N. Y. C. 2. Gun Hill Road. N. Y. 3. Wslter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C. ) ' oii l et, " Erbcrt " Kenipie believes in being .Scott free. i ' S w 77 y- 1821 one hundred and three Pi.Q.a Minnesota 111. Mo. ELE.A.NOK KENXEDV VlKC.INJA CiTV Ortfiinal Camj) — Grant, 111. Affiliations: Pfdiatrics — Children ' .s Mem. Hospital, Cliicag Gynecology — St. Luke ' . Hospital, N. ' . C. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111. Social Service — Red Cross Center, St. Louis, Military Stations : Camp Grant Fort .Sheridan. 111. lefferson Barracks. Walter Keed, D. C. . ctivitics ; Athletic — Swimming ; tennis. Be thine own self akvavs and Ihnii art Igi blc. HELEN AMBER KENNEDY Hartkokij Connecticut Original Camp — Deveiis, Mass. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Boston Floating Hospital, Mass. (iynecology — Mass. General Hospital, Boston, Mass. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital Boston, Mass. Pulilic Health — Henry Street Settlement, N. V. C. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital. W ' averley, Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp Devens, Mass. 2. Walter Reed Hospital, D. C. She ain ' t ivhat she itsed to l e. -Custe iNniANA , _ Battle Creek. Mich. ' ' :iiversity Hospital, Minneapolis, Minn. aJL " T Jniversity Hospital, Minneapolis, Minn. " EDVTH G. KERl NoBLESVlI.l.E Original Camp Affiliations: Pediatrics — Un Gynecology — U Olistetrics — I ' niversily Hospital, Minneapolis, Minn. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement. N. Y. C. I Military Stations : 1. Camp Custer, Mich. 2. Camp Sherman, Ohio. 3. Fort Sheridan, 111. 4. Fort Snelling, Minn. 5. Walter Reed. Washington, D. C. ' Vv • ' u , ' ' The shining light in our elass — this is Edyth. MARY KESTER Pi.AiNWEU. Michigan Original Camp — Greene, Charlotte, N. C. Affiliations: Pediatrics — F ' ost Graduate Hospital. N. Y. C. Gynecology — Post Graduate Hospital. N. V. C. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital. N. Y. C. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hosp., White Plains, N. Y. Military Stations : 1. Camp Greene, N. C. 2. U. S. General Hospital. No. 3, N. J. 3. U. S. Genera! Hospital, No. 41, N. ' . 4. Walter Reed, Washington, D. C. Mary, have you u-ingsf We never hear you coming. 1921. one hundred and four (R).6.a r BLANCHE KINGSLEY West Gouldsboro Original Camp — Humphreys, Va. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital, Washington, D. C. Gynecology — Peter Bent Brigham, Boston, Mass. Olistetrics — Lying-in Hospital, N. Y. C. Psychiatry — McLean Hos|)ital, Wavcrloy. Mass. Military Station. ; 1. Camp Humphreys, Ya. I. Walter Reed, Washington, D. C. Bkuuhc has one motto. " Xt ' ih ' r trotthlc trouble, till trouble troubles you, " and she lives tif lo it. ANNA L. KINNE ■ GK. NIl R.APiiis NoKTH D.• KOT. Original Camp — Camp Grant, Rockford, 111. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Cliildren ' s Mem. Hospital. Chicago, 111. Gynecology — Obstetrics — Chicago Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement, X. ' i ' . C. I ' sycliiatry — Teachers ' College, New N ork. Military Stations : Camp Grant, 111. Fort Sheridan. 111. Letterman General Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. .Activities : .Athletic — Military drill. A ' c-i ' rr says much, hut always knows whereof she sf eaks. ,J ' ' XKli1!. SKA LOIS KIRKPATKICK York Original Camp — Fort Riley, Kansas. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Mem. Hospital. Cliicago, 111. Gynecology — Presliyterian Hospital, Cliicago, 111. . Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111. Military Stations : 1. Fort Riley, Kansas. Z. Camp Grant, 111. 3. Fort Sheridan, 111. .Activities : Social — President of Student Body, Fort Sheridan, 111. Our heartiest congratulations. J.ois. MARY EDNA KITCH LiTCHFlELn li- Original Camp — Wheeler, Macon, Ga. .Affiliations: Pediatrics — Presbyterian Hospital, Phila., Pa. Gynecology — Presbyterian Hospital, Phila., Pa. Obstetrics — Presbyterian Hospital, Phila.. Pa. Public Health— Visiting Nursing Asso., P ' hila., Military Stations : 1. Camp Wheeler, Ga, 2. Walter Reed, D. C. She masters ez-erything. Pa. i -1921.- one hundred and five = 1- ae n. ANNA KLINE Indianapolis Indiana Original Camp — Wadsworth, S. C. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Belleviie Hospital, N. Y. C. Gynecology — Bellcvuc Hospital, N. Y. C. Obstetrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Military Stations : 1. Canii5 Wadsworth, S. C. 2. Cololiia, LI. S. (i. H., No. 3. N. J. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Wasliington, D. C. 4. Camp Jackson, S. C. All her fatiriits like her. She cjivcs them the best of care, and they (; j ' i ' her zcritiiig paper. MNA KLIXE (Graduate Peiin Hall. 1910, Cliamliersburg. Pa.) La Pohtk City Iowa, Original Camp — Fort Dcs Moines, lovva. Affiliations: Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hospital, N. Y. C. Gynecology — St. Luke ' s Hospital, N. Y. C. Olistetrics — Lying-ln Hospital, N. . C. Military Stations : 1. Fort Des Moines, Iowa. 2. Colonia, N. J. 3. Fox Hills, N. Y. 4. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. 5. Camp Dix, N. J. , Youn(i. 1 ' ittv and wise. • Ai ' •- ' ■ HELEN L. KNAPP ■Santa Fe New Mexho Original Camp — Kearney, San Diego, Calif. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Cliildren ' s Hosi)itaI. San Francisco, Calif. Gynecology — Stanford University Hospital. San Fran- cisco, Calif. Obstetrics — Children ' s Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. Public Health — L ' niversity of California. Military Stations : 1. Camp Kearney, San Diego, Calif. 2. Letterman General Hospital. Activities : Athletic— Military drill. As zee journey throut h life, lei us live by the zvay. DOROTHY ' KNIGHT Leonauiitow.n ' Marvlami Original Camp — Jackson. Columliia, S. C. Affiliations: Pediatrics— St. Luke ' s Hospital, N. Y. C. Gynecology — University of Maryland Hospital, Balti- more, Md. Olistetrics — University of Maryland Hospital, Balti- more, Md. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations : 1. Camp Jackson, S. C. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Dorothy is a clei ' er musieian. a good student and a firm friend. 1921.- one hundred and six A6n VIOLA M. KNOLL T. Petek Minnesota ( Original Canip — Camp Beauregard, La. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Illinois Training School for Nurses, Chicago. Gynecology — Illinois Training School for Nurses, Chicago. Obstetrics — Illinois Training School for Nurses, Chicago. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement. N. Y. C. Military Stations : 1. Camp Beauregard, La. 2. Camp Wadsworth. 3. Fort Sheridan, 111. 4. Letterman General, Calif. Activities : Social — Social Ccjminittee at Letterman General. ' ioUi drives a versatile pen. KATHERIXL KKEIZENBECK Cn.VDRON Nkbkask. ( )riginal Camp — Lewis. Washington. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Cliildren ' s H()S])ital, San Francisco. GynecoU]«y — Stanford University, San Francisco. Obstetrics — Children ' s Hospital, San Francisco. Pul)lic Health — University of California. Military Stations : 1. Camp Lewis, Wasliington. 2. Letterman General Hospital, Calif. eiii) prove that all girls are not fickle. MABEL KUSE Warsaw Illinois Original Camp — Wadsworth, Spartanburg, S. C. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Cook County Hospital, Chicago. 111. Gynecology — Cook County Hospital, Chicago, 111. Obstetrics — Cook County Hospital, Chicago, 111. Military Stations : 1. Cam]i Wadsworth, S. C. 2. Fort Sheridan, 111. 3. Walter 4. Camp J Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. ackson, S. C. . }i all-around likeable girl. ' .e (M,L1E L. L.XCKEY - • ' r .T 8 .t ' ' Illinoi.s Robinson Original Camp — Meade. Md. f. XA Affiliations : Pediatrics— St. Luke ' s. N. C. . - Gynecology — Columbia Hospital, Washington, D. C.t " TtJi Obstetrics — Columbia Hospital. Washington, D. C j jj ff ' Military Stations : f 1. Camp Meade, Md. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. The firm resolir to seek the ehnsen end. 1921. one hundred and seven Aon, CLEO MARIE LAIRD ]V " Mouxt Avr Iowa Original Camj) — Camp Grant, Rockford. 111. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Memorial. Chicago. III. (iynecology— Stanford University. San Francisco, Ohstctrics — Chicago Lying-in, Chicago. 111. Puhlic Healtli— Psychiatry — Military Stations : 1. F(irt Sheridan. III. 2. Letterman General Hospital. Calif. .) uinniui -iL-ay and a jolly -word. IREXE LAXDERS Oak Bh-fi-s M. ss. (HrsKTTS Original Camp — Deharkation Hospital. Xo. 2. Fo.x Hills, Staten Island, N. ■. Affiliations: Pediatrics— Eellcvuc Hospital, X. Y (iynecology — Belleviie Hospital. N. Obstetrics — liellcvno Hospital. X. ' . Military Stations : 1. Debarkation Hospital. No. 2, Fi ' x 2. Walter Reed Hospital. Washington, D. C. " Rem-. " " By the Lnrd Harry, thr devil takes care of his own. " C. C. c. Hills, X. Y. MARTHA P. LAXGl.E ' Pi:. NSVL A.NIA I ' -RIE Original Camj) — Sevier, S. C. Affiliations: Pediatrics— Children ' s Hospital. St. Louis. Mo. (iynecology — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis. Mo. Obstetrics — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis. Mo. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement. X. ■. Military Stations: 1 . Camp Sevier, S. C. 2. Camp Taylor, Ky. .1. lefferson Barracks. Mo. 4. ' altcr Reed. D. C. 5. Fox Hills. N. Y. (k Walter Reed. D. C. 7. Camp Benning, Ga. ■■ " Oh Pat. hold my hand! " AMELIA E. LAXXON Farco Xurth Dakot.a Original Camp — Grant, Rockford, 111. Affihations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Mem. Hospital. Chicago, 111. Gynecology — St. Luke ' s Hospital, X. " ' . C. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111. Military Stations: 1. Camp Grant. 111. 2. Fort Sheridan, 111. 3. Walter Reed, D. C. Come 0)1, girls, let ' s make a enf of tea. 1921. one hundred and eight )YM A.6.a ESTHER LA QUA - New Lisbon Original Camp — Grant. Rdckford, 111. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Cliildrcn ' s Memorial. Chicago. 111. (iynecotogy — Columbia Hospital. Washington, Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital. Chicago. Public Healtli— .American Red Cross, St Military Stations : 1. Camp Grant. 111. 2. Fort Sheridan, 111. 3. lefferson Barracks. Mo. 4. Walter Reed. D. C. Activities : .Athletic — Basketliall : tennis ; baseball. Oh ' , why livsii ' t I a man! WlSOONSlN D. C. in. Louis, Mo. Yi- MAE E. LA ROUCHE E(i(, Haubor Wiscoxsin ( )riginal Camp — McPhersim. Ga. Affiliations: Pediatrics— Michael Reese Hospital. Chicago. 111. (iynecology — Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago. 111. Obstetrics— Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111. Psychiatry — Illinois State Hospital. Chicago. Military Stations: 1. Fort McPberson. Ga. 2. Fort Sheridan. 111. Mar is all thai is generous. Uri . f-dUiyi 5i ' W I SCON ' SIN McPlierson, CLARA M. LARSON .•M ' ART. Original Camp— U. S. G. H. No. 6. Fort .■ tianta, Ga. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Bcllevue Hospital. N. V. C. Ciynecology — Bellevue Hospital. N. Y. C. Obstetrics — Bellevue Hospital. N. Y. C. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations: 1. Fort McPherson. Ga. 2. Fox Hills. N. Y. .1. Wahcr Reed. D. C. The most manifested sign of rvisdom is ennlinnal cheerfulness. y W • ' BLANCHE LAWSON Mattoox Illinois Original Camp— Camp Beauregard, Alexandria, La. Affiliations : Pediatrics— Cook County Hospital, Chicago, 111. Gynecology— Cook County Hospital, Chicago, 111. Obstetrics— Cook County Hospital, Chicago, 111. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Ho.spital, N. Y. Military Stations: 1. Camp Beauregard. La. 2. Camp Wadsworth. S. C. .1 Fort Sheridan. 111. 4. Walter Reed, D. C. Banish all compliments but single truth. 1921. one hundred and nine pi.Qn. VERA A. LAWTON 211 Worth St.. Fulton New York Original Camp — Camp Meade, Maryland. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. Md. Gynecology — Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Obstetrics — Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore. Md. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement. N. Y. C. P.sychiatry — Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Military Stations : 1. Camp Meade, Md. 2. Fort McHenry, Md. ,1 Fox Hills, N. Y. 4. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. And now behold your tender nurse. ETHEL M. LE CHARD . ' tlantic City New Jersey Original Camp — Fox Hills, Staten Island, N. Y. Affiliation.s: Pediatrics — New York Hospital, N. Y. C. Gynecology — New York Hospital, N. Y. C. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, N. Y. C. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations ; Fox Hills, N. Y. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Eternal sunshine settled on her hair. EDMONIA PRESTON LEECH Lexington Virginia Original Camp — Camp Jackson, Columbia, S. C. Affihations: Pediatrics — Providence Hospital, Washington, D. C. Gynecology — Peter Brent Brigham, Boston, Mass. Obstetrics — Columl)ia Hospital, Washington, D. C. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp Jackson, S. C. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Eddie, with her sweet and low ■I ' oiee. is a real I ' lrgitra vamj). , ' or- JULIA LE HARDY Savannah Georgia Original Camp — Sheridan, Montgomery, Ala. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Memorial, Chicago, 111. Gynecology — Columbia Hospital, Washington. D. C. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Washington, D. C. Pulilic Healtli— St. Louis Chapter ARC, St. Louis. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hosp., White Plains, N. Y. ililitary Stations : 1. Camp Sheridan. Ala. 2. Camp Grant, 111. 3. Fort Sheridan, 111. 4. Jefferson Barracks. Mo. 5. Walter Reed Genera! Hospital, Washington, D. C. Rei one, dull care, than and I shall never agree. 1921. J one hundred and ten Pi.Qn. BESSIE G. LEGGETT CiiEHALis Washington Original Camp — Lewis, Washington. Affiliations ; Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. Gynecology — City Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. Obstetrics — City Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. Public Health — University of California, San Fran- cisco. Calif. Military Stations: 1. Camp Lewis, Washington. 2. Letterman General Hospital, Calif. Forget thyself and all tliv zvoc. . . .■ LMA SEVERINE LELAND DrxROiT Minnesota Original Camp — Camp Grant, Illinois. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Memorial. Chicago, 111. Gynecology — Columbia Hospital, Washington, D. C. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago. 111. Psychiatry — Bloomingdalc Hosp., White Plains. N. Y. Militaiy Stations: 1. Camp Grant. 111. 2. Fort Sheridan. 111. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Quiet and unassuitiiiig is she, but her eyes do speak. W „ vW ' , i fy i • MABEL E. LESLIE- ' ' ' ' • 7 Y .i-uZlc . ntigo Wisconsin Original Camp — Camp Gordon, Georgia. . ffiIiations : Pediatrics — New ' ork Hospital, N. Y. Gynecology — New ' ork Hospital, N. V. Obstetrics — Lying-In Hospital, N. . Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hosp., White Plains, N. Y. Military Stations: 1. Camp Gordon, Ga. 2. Fox Hills, N. Y. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Has a contagious laugh and eyes that tell of lo7 ' e. BERNICE M. LETTS vw-s Aj - ' ' ' ' " r.RomiF-.Mi 1 1 ' WlSrfoNSIN ' Original Camp — Camj) Grant. Illinois. Affiliations : Q Pediatrics — Children ' s Memorial, Chicago, 111. ' Gynecology — Colum1)ia Hospital, Washington, D, C. 01)Stetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111. Military Stations: 1. Camp Grant, 111. 2. Fort Sheridan, 111. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. .Activities : Social — Choir ; entertainments. Athletic — Army drill. Lctty. She smiled on numy just for fun; of course she didn ' t mean it. 1921 J one hundred and eleven !• aQn. LUCV LEWANDOWSKI Jeusey Citv New Jersey " " Jrijjinal Cam]) — Gorddii. Atlanta. Ga. Affiliations: I ' l-diatrics — Nursery and Cliild ' s Hospital, N. Y. C. ( Jynccology — NiirstTv and Child ' s Hospital, N. Y. C. ( )l)stetrics — Nursery and Child ' s Hospital, N. Y. C. i ' sychiatry — Bloominf dalc Hos])., Whitt- Plains. N. Y. MiiiCiry Stations: 1. Camp Gordon. Ga. 2. Fox Hills, N. ■. .;. Walter Reed, 1). C. 7 1 ' inc. iiifii arc jclnit Ihrx arc — thc zccar no masks ' FLOKKXCr: H. LIXDOL ' IST ;-, MlNXE.SOTA u- rr ' l)ri.r-,n Original Camp — Meade, Md. Afliliations: J ' ediatrics — Johns Hopkins Hi si)ital, I ' altimore, Md. (iynec(jloHy — Woman ' s Hospital, lialtimore. Md. ()|jstetrics — Woman ' s Hospital, lialtimore. Md. I ' sychiatry — Johns Hopkins Hospital. Bahimore, Md. Alihtr.rj Stations : 1. Camp Meade. Md. 2. Walter Keed, D. C. Activities : Social— Art Editor. A. S. X. Annual. 1921. Athletic — liaskethall team: tennis. Here ' s metal more altraciivc. AKNETTA CAXTWELL EONERGAX Hoi. LIS. Long 1.sl. . i) New York ( )ri!iiiial Camp — C. S. General Hos])itaI. N. ' . C. Affiliations: Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hospital. X. ' . C. ( iynecology — St. Luke ' s Hospital. X. ' ' . C. o ' hstetric-s — Lying-in Hospital, X. Y. C. Jii ' ilEiA Stations: 1. L ' . ' S. General Ho.spital, N. Y. C. 2. Walter Reed. D. C. Activities : Social— Editor-in-Chief, . . S. N. Annual, 192L Athletic— Golf. " Lnniiic. " Keen (if mind, biy of henrl. and Irish zvrt yalorc. , yyv ■ ' FKEDERICAI.OOMIS H.vMi ' To.N Iowa )rii{inal Camp — Dodge, Iowa. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Stanford University Hospital. San Fran- cisco. Calif. GyneculoHy — Stanford Cniversity Hos])ital. San Fran- cisco. Calif. Ohstetrics — Stanford University Hospital. San Fran- cisco. Calif. Puhlic Health — L ' niv. of California, Berkeley, Calif, ifilit ry Stations: 1. Camp Dodge. Iowa. 2. Letterman General Hospital. Calif. Her soul is filled icith sunshine. i 1 -1921- one hundred and twelve !• on . ■ EDNA LOREE Cei.ina Ohio ( )riginal Camp — Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Floating Hospital, Boston, Mass. Gynecology — Columl ia Hospital. Washington, D. C. Obstetrics — Columbia Hospital, Washington, D. C. Mihtjry Stations: Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. Camp Meade, Md. Walter Keed, Washington, D. C. Edna. Reckless uhoi dealing with hearts. i • " - ANFCE LWEA lY Will LA MS LL Indiana Original Camij — Camp Custer, Battle Creek, Mich. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Univ. of Minnesota. Minneapolis, Minn. Gynecology — Univ. of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 0))stctrics — I ' niv. of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. P. ' ychiatry — State Hospital. Chicago. 111. Military Stations: Camp Representative for ' . ' LUAMnKA Camp Custer, Mich. Cam)) Sherman. Fort Sheridan. Fort Snelling. Walter Reed. D. C. . ctiyities : Social — Nurses ' Choir ; A. S. N. Annual. 1921. .Athletic — Volley ball ; drill. " Lovey " Anice is the girl with a merry heart. ELEANOR LOWELL Ca ' -iiornl Original Camp — Meade, Md. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. (iynecolngy — Woman ' s Hospital. Baltimore, Md. Obstetrics — Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Psychiatry — Jolms Hopkins Hospital. Baltimore, Md. Military Stations: 1. Camp Meade. Md. 2. Letternian General Hospital. Calif. Activities : Social — President of Student .- ssociation of Letter- man. .Athletic — Tennis. Just as beautiful in eharaeter as she is to linik upon. HELEN WILDFA ' LUk ' ENS MooRts Pi:nn-svlvanl Original Camp — Camp Di.x, Wrightstovvn, N. J. Affiliations; Pediatrics — Belle vue Hospital, Gynecology — Itellcvuc Hospita N. . N Obstetrics — Bellcvue Hospital, N. Military Stations: 1. Camp T3ix, N. J. 2. Fox Hills, N. Y. 3. Walter Reed, D. C. .Activities ; Atliletic — Interested spectator games. .S ' oii ' but sure. Our aid reliable Y. C. Y. C. V. C. until 12 m. to aeeoin ' lish it. at most basketl)all en if she stays up 1921. one hundred and thirteen y ' ften . e North Dakota .J MARV LYNCH Havana Original Camp — Grant, 111. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Mem. Hospital, Chicago, 111. Gynecology — Stanford University Hospital, Calif. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hosjiital, Chicago, 111. Public Health — American Red Cross, St. Louis, Mo. Military Stations; 1. Camp Grant, III. 2. Jefferson Barracks, Mo. 3. Letterman Hosi)ital, Calif. ( 1-1 ' , hut I am tired today: I u ' as up until tcit o ' clock last night. Shocking ' . ADELE M. LYONS Roc-HFSTF.i; New York Original Camp— Wadswortli, Spartanburg, S. C. .Affiliations; Pediatrics — Post Graduate. N. Y, Gynecology — Post Graduate, N. Y. Obstetrics — Lying-in, N. Y. Military Stations; 1. Camp W ' adsworth, S. C. 2. Fox HilLs, N. Y. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington. D. C. . ctivities ; Social — Nurses ' Choir. .A.tli!etic— Basketball. Ilcr fa-roritc sport, attcndini class meetings and addiuti " pep " to them. HA.ZEL J. Port Hiito.N Original Camp — Camp Ciist Affiliations: Pediatrics — L ' niv. (iynccoliigy — Uni Obstetrics — L niv. iLVCKAY Michigan- .■r, P.atfle Creek, Mich. P. ychiatry — St. Military Stations : of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. . of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn, of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. Elizabeth ' s Hosp., Washington, D. C. Camp Custer, Mich. Camp Sherman, Ohio, Fort Sheridan, 111. Fort Snelling, Minn. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. Mickev. She dresses alzi- ' avs eleaij aiid. aeat - Vt . ■• ' t t r MacKEXZIE TEX.A.S -Fort .Sam Houston, Tcxa; GEORGIA San . xto. io I Iriginal Camp- .Affiliations: Pediatrics— Children ' .s Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. Gynecology — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. Obstetrics — Barnes Hosi)ital, St. Louis, Mo. Public Health— University of California, San Fran- cisco. Calif. Military Stations : 1. Fort Sam Houston, Texas, 2. Letterman General Hospital, Calif, A shark in medical nursing. -1921.- one hundred and fourteen P aen Wriglitstown, K. J. HELEN MacNAUGHTON ROSEBANK, StaTEX IsLANll NeW YoRK Orisfinal Cam|.) — Dix, Affiliations: Pediatrics — Eellcvue Hospital. N. Y. C. Gynecology — Belleviie Hospital, N. ' . C. Obstetrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Military Stations : 1. Camp Dix, N. J. 2. Fox Hills, N. Y. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D, C. Activities : Athletic — Horseback riding. " Mac. " Originality ' s finest child. i iP ' .o l7 ' FRANCES MADDEN Camp Upton. Long Island New York N. Y. ACNES Schenectadv Original Camp Affiliations: Pediatrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. Gynecology — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. Obstetrics — Bellevue Hospital. N. ' ' . Psychiatry— McLean Hospital. Waverloy. Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp L ' pton, N. ' ' . 2. Fox Hills, N. Y. 3. Walter Reed Genera! Hospital. Washington. D. C. 4. Camp Jackson, S. C. Mike, with the wonderful lenor lutice. Our Mik always keej s her beautiful comple.vion. ELLA H. MALM -Grant. Rockford, 111. % V: ?.- t WjS ' .OXSIN Phillips Original Camp- Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Memorial, Chicago. 111. Gynecology — Rockford City Hospital, Rockford, 111. Olistetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111. ' Military Stations : 1. Camp Grant. 111. 2. Fort Sheridan. 111. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington. D. C. To bear is to conquer our fate, chanje duty. r-i ELIZABETH ANDERSON MARCH Ckossville Tex.nessee Original Camp—Jackson. Columbia. S. C. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Presbyterian Hospital. Phila.. I ' a. Gynecology — Presbyterian Hospital. Phila.. Pa. Obstetrics — Presbyterian Hospital, Phila.. Pa. Public Health— Visiting Nursing .Association, Phila- delphia, Pa. Military Stations : 1. Camp Jackson. S. C. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington. D. C. Elizabeth was the professional artist in the laboratorw » ' 1921. one hundred and fifteen SUSAN E. MARCH Jefferson Ohio Original Camp — Camp Deveiis, Aver, Mass. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Boston Floating Hospital, Boston, Mass. Gynecology — Peter Bent Brigham, Boston, Mass. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital. Boston, Mass. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, N. V. C. Military Stations : 1. Camp Dcvens, Mass. 2. Walter Reed, D. C. The only thing which zvc know about Sue is: her hair is black, her checks are fiink — the rest she keeps to herself. " RUBY E. MARSH.ALL Fall.s Creek Pennsvlvania Original Camp — U. S. Genera! Hospital, No. 41, Fox Hills , N. Y. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Rollevue Hosjjital, N. Y. C. Gynecology — Bcllcvue Hospital, N. Y. C. Obstetrics— Bcllevue Hospital, N. Y. C. P.sychiatry — Bloomingdale Hosp., White Plains, N. Y. Military Stations: 1. Fox Hills, N. Y. 2. Walter Reed. D. C. . ' r " , " I ' or Kaf ' s sake. " s :W CHARLOTTE EUGENLA MASON If] Lewisbukc West Virginia Original Camp — Greene, Charlotte, N. C. . ffiliations: Pediatrics — I ' rooklyn Hospital. N. Y. C. Gynecology — Brooklyn Hospital, N. Y. C. Obstetrics — Brooklyn Hospital. N. ' . C. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, N. Y C. N. Y. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hosj).. White Plains, Military Stations: 1. Camp Greene, N. C. 2. Fox Hills. N. Y. 3. Walter Reed. D. C. General manager, deals in crushes and handmade jewelrv. M. KATHERYN SlNBlRV Original Canij) — V. S. Hills. X. Y. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Bellevue Hospital, N, Y, C. Gynecology — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Obstetrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. P.sychiatry — Bloomingdale Hosp., White Plains Military Stations : L Fo ' x Hills, N. Y. 2. Walter Reed. D. C. " Oh! darling room, my heart ' s delight — • Dear room, the apple of my sight. " MATTHEWS Pennsvi. ' axia General Hospital, No. 41. Fox X. Y. - 1921. J one hundred and sixteen A6.0. ijr yy Colorado EDITH A. MATTOON FoKT Collins Ori({iiiaI Camp — Meade, Md. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Boston Floating Hospital, Boston. Mass. Gynecology — Cohimhia Hospital. Washington, D. C. Oljstetrics — Columbia Hospital, Washington, D. C. filitary Sta tions : 1. Camp Meade, Md. 2. Walter Reed, D. C. .3. Camp Jackson. S. C. 4. Fitzsimons General Hospital, Colo. She can be as zvisr as wc And ttAscr whrn she ivishes. Jl ' LIA G. McBRIDE Brooklyn Original Camp — Dix, Wrightstown, N. J. Affiliations: Pediatrics— Bellevue Hospital, N. V. C. Gynecology — Bellevue Hospital. N. ' ' . C. Obstetrics— Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Military Stations : 1. Camp Dix. N T- 2. Fox Hills. N. V. 3. Walter Reed. D. C. Activities : .Athletics — Swimming, horseback riding. Whrr! the alarm el nek — 5 a. m. Another day started for good dee ELIZABETH E. McCURDY New York divinp Minnesota -Beauregard. La. St. Paul Original Camp Affiliations: Pediatrics — Sarali Morris Hospital. Chicago, 111. (iynecology — Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, 111. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital. Chicago, III. Military Stations: 1. Camp Beauregard. La. 2. Camp Wadsworth. S. C. .3. Fort Sheridan. 111. Work is my rcereatinn. tt JLfU yi-yf-CI MARION McD(? )eLL Oklahoma Mo. VIOLET WiLIURTON Original Camp — MacArtlnir, Texas. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital. St. Louis. Mo, fiynecology — City Hos] ital, St. Louis, Mo. Obstetrics — City Hospital, St. Louis. Mo. Public Health — St. Louis School of Economy Psychiatry — State Hospital Chicago. 111. .Military Stations : 1. Camp Mac. rthur. Texas. 2. Jefferson Barracks. Mo. 3. Letterman General Hospital, Calif. .Activities : . thletic — Tennis. Hmt. ' fluent nonsense triekles from her tongue! -1921.- one hundred and seventeen !• PiQa yyi Illinois KITTY McKELVEV Sparta Oriijinal Camp — Wheeler. Macon, Ga. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Floating Hospital, lioston. Mass. Gynecology — Peter Bent Brigliam Hospital. Boston, Mass. Obstetrics — CoUimljia Hospital, Washingtnn. D. C. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hospital, ' hite Plains New York. Military Stations: 1. Camp Wheeler. Ga. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C. l.krs 7L ' hat she advitcatcs — the siiiiplr life. C ALICA McLEMORE MOXTCOMKRY ALABAMA )riginal Camp — Shelliy, Mississippi. Affiliations: Pediatrics— General Hospital. Philadelphia. Pa. Gynecology — General Hospital. Philadelphia, Pa. Ohstetrics — West Philadelphia Hospital for Women, Pliiladeljihia, Pa. Public Health — ' isiting Nursing .Association, Phila- delphia, Pa. Military Stations : 1. Camp Shelby, Miss. 2. Camp Custer, Mich. ,3. Fort McPherson, 111. 4. Walter Keed General Hospiia " -l (7(. ' ' .S ' ; .r; oa( v sort Washington. D. C. Citsf az ' . ' av care. Massachusetts N. Y. C. C. AMY I. McNALL Maliikn ( )riginal Camp — U. S. General Hosjiital. N(i. 1, Affiliations: Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hospital. N. ' . C. Gynecology — St. Luke ' s Hospital, N. Y. C. Ohstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, N. ' . C. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement, N. " i " . Military Stations: 1. C. ' S. General Hospital, N. Y. C. 2. W ' alter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C. ir i(i kept Am at St. Luke ' s. ' Bud Dee! ' Jl ' ell sax he didn ' t. POSE MADELOX McNAUGHT HoL ' S ' OKE . 1 A SS. ( II USETTS Original Camp — Devens. . yer, Mass. .A.ffiIiations: Pediatrics — Filiating Hospital. Boston. Mass. Gynecology — Peter Bent Brigham, Boston, Mass. Obstetrics — Lying-in. I ' loston. Mass. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital. Wavcrley. Mass. Military Stations: 1. Cani]) Devens, Mass. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. .Isk Rase anything you wo uld like to kunzt: She knozL ' s cverythiuii. 1921. - one hundred and eighteen I- aQn. OllKI yf ' ' ' SARAH LOUISE MEKKDITH SpRlXCFIKLn Orisina! Cam]) — Fort McPherson, Atlanta, Ga. Affiliations: Pediatrics— N. . Post Graduate, N. Y. C. Gynecology — N. Y. Post Graduate, N. Y. C. ()I)stetrics — Lying-in Hospital, N. Y. C. Military Stations : 1. Fort McPherson. Ga, 2. Fox Hills, N. ■, 3. Walter Reed Genera! Hospital, Washington, D, C. Activities : Social — Canip Representative for A. S. N. Annual, 1921. Pretty to icalk tcilli mid pleasant to look upon. . — ,,.-) . ' ' NELLIE P.. MILLER ' y j ' PiAi.TiMORF. Ohio ( )riginal Camp — Sherman, Ohio. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Stanford University Hospital, San Fran- cisco, Calif. Gynecology — Stanford L ' niversity Hospital, San Fran- cisco, Calif. Ohstetrics — .Alexander Maternity Hospital, San Fran- cisco. Cal. Ptililic Health — l " niversit ' of California. Rerkeley, Calif. Militar}, .Stations: 1. Camp Sherman. Ohio. 2. Letterman General Hospital. Calif. IS a pUifiiic to be liaiidsonie. Rl ' TH 1. MIXER L.VKF.VILLH CoXNElTKTT Original Cainp — Dix. N. J. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Rellevue Hospital, N. ' . C. Gynecology — I ' .cllevuc Hospital, N. Y. C. Ohstetrics— Bcllevne Hospital. X. ■. C. Military Stations : 1. Cam]) Dix. K. J. 2. Fox Hills, N. ' l. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, VVasIiington, D. C. -Activities ' Athletic- Haskcthall team, V. R. G. H. Silence! Ruth look ' s us tlioiifih she zcere going to soy somethiini and we don ' t zivnt to viiss it. jCi f MARGUERITE MOLITOR Ohio ClXC IXiN. ' -TI Original Cam]) — Fort Oglethorpe. Ga. .Affiliations : Pediatrics — Floating Hospital, Boston, Mass. Gynecology — CoIuml)ia Hospital. Washington, D. C Ohstetrics — Cohimhia Hospital, Washington. D. C. Military Stations : Fort Oglethori)e. Ga. Camp Meade, Ga, Walter Reed General Hosjjital, Washington, D. C. She smiles a knoieing smile, all the while. 1921. one hundred and nineteen n - ■ P A.e.n. -Camp Humjjhries, Va. MARGUERITE MONROE Tai ' nto.v Original Camp Affiliations : Pediatrics— lioston Fluating Hospital, Boston. CJyiiecology— Columbia Hospital, Washington, D. Obstetrics — Columliia Hospital, Washington, D. Pultlic Health — Henr)- Street Settlement, N. Y. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Wavcrley, Mass. Military Stations; __ 1. Camp Humphries, ' a. (j. . ' Sii-rv, M. .SS. CHUSETTS C. C. c. 2. Waller Keed. J il(i has all th D. C. cares Olid trnubles friends. " f her yyw- Glek Mo(;kic Original Unit- ' T xJUM sYu nT l t 1 BERTHA MONTGOMERY Pennsylvania Fox Hills, N, Y. .Affiliations : Pediatrics — Nursery and Child ' s Hospital, N. Y. C. Gynecology — Nursery and Child ' s Hospital, N. Y. C. Obstetrics — Nursery and Child ' s Hospital, N. Y. C. P.sychiatry — Bloomingdale Hosp., White Plains, N. Y. Mil ' tarv Stations; 1. Fox Hills, N. Y. 2. Walter Reed, D. C. " Monty. " ' I don ' t u ' ant to go to church. I -want a beau. " Oc ty v- l •• ' ELIZABETH MOODY MliNXEAPOLIS Original Camp — Camp Dodge, Iowa. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Stanford University Hospital. Gynecology — Stanford Llniversity Hospital. Obstetrics — Stanford Llniversity Hospital. Public Health — University of California. Military Stations ; 1. Camp Dodge. Iowa. 2. Letterman General Hospital. Moody? Have changed my name to sunny. Minnesota ,u-« iZ-f iXW ' i v Indiana Spartanburg, S. C. ADA MOORE Monticello Original Camp — Camp Wadsworth, Affiliations ; Pediatrics — Children ' s Mem. Hospital, Chicago, 111. Gynecology — St. Luke ' s Hospital, N. Y. C. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hosp.. White Plains, N. Y Military Stations : 1. Camp Wadsworth, S. C. 2. Fort Sheridan. 111. 3. Walter Reed. S. C. Blessed zvith plain reason and common sense. 1921. one hundred and twenty aon ' V ' -f -5 - fv7 ' Chillicothe LUCILLE MOORE Ohio Original Camp— Unit 2, Camp Sherman, Chillicothe. O. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. Gynecology — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. Oljstetrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hosp., White Plains, N. Y. Military Stations: 1. Camp Sherman, Ohio. 2. Lctterman, Calif. 3. Walter Reed, D. C. H ' hcii you sec Ada, there is Martha — roll call, dinner. aXt - " ' j ' S Slipper. ■ ' ' BERNEIT.A FRANCES MOKAN Belvidere Illinois Original Camp — Hancock, . ugusta. Ga. Affiliations : Pediatrics — General Hospital. Phila., Pa. Gynecology — (ieneral Hospital, Phila., Pa. Olistetrics— West Phila. Hosp. for Women, Phila.. Pa. Pul)lic Health — Visiting Nursing .Association. Phila. P.sychiatry — McLean Hospital, Wavcrley, Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp Hancock. G;i. 2. Fort McPlierson. Ga. 3. Walter Reed. D. C. Activities : Social — Camp Representative for A. S. N. .Annual, 1921, As prim and prcttx as Priscilla. ROSARIO W. SHINGT0N Original Camp — Colonia, N. J. Affiliations ; Pediatrics — Brooklyn Hospital, N. Y. Gynecology — Brooklyn Hospital, N. Y. Obstetrics — Brooklyn Hospital, N. Y. Military Stations; 1. Colonia, N. J. 2. Fox Hills. N. Y 3. Lettcrman Genera! Hospital. .Activities ■ Athletic — Tennis, Social — Associate Editor, Annual. Her " ivhang " epnnft be beaten when it comes to tennis. MORAN D -¥9i.i ' 7 L. B. ' M . ANNHi R. MORRISON Lf- F.RXE Original Camp — Beauregard, Alexandria. La. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Mem. Hospital. Chicago, III. Gynecology — Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, Mass, Obstetrics — Chicago Ly ' .ng-In Hospital, Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Ho.sp., White Military Stations : 1. Camp Beauregard, La, Camp Wadsworth, S. C, 3. Fort Sheridan, 111. 4. Walter Reed, D. C. " She of the open soul and open door. With room about her hearth for more. Chicago, 111. Plains, N, Y. 1921. one hundred and twentx-one fte.o. Texas FLORENCE MORROW Abilene Original Camp — Camp MacArtliur, Texas. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Memorial Hospital. Chicago. Gynecology — City Hospital. St. Louis, Mo. Obstetrics — City Hospital. .St. Louis. Mo. Pulilic Health — Henry Street Settlement. New York. Military Stations : . Camp Mac. rthur. Texas. ' ' . C ' mnn .Slierman. Ohio. 3. Fort Sam Houston, Texas. 4. Fort .Miendan, lllmois. 5. Lctterman General Hospital. Activities ; .Vthletic — Swimming. Tennis. Military Drill, Hikes. i-hircHCC is always Ihc first tii afh ' a ' ' zi- ' hi ' ii some one says " Hike! ' ' JULL- L MULLEN T. . . Onondaga Ne " w Original Camp — Wheeler, Ga. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Cieneral Hosjiital. Philadelphia. Pa. Gynecology — General Hospital, Pliiladelphia, Pa. )listetrics— West Philadel|)hia Hospital, Phila., Pa. ] ' ul)!ic Health — Visiting Nurse Society. Phila.. Pa. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hospital, White Plain; Military Stations ; 1. Camp Wheeler, Ga. 2. Camp Lee, Va. .1 Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington. D. C Activities : Athletic — Interested in outdoor sports. One of our Nczv York lassies, but if the pines i Georgia eould only speak! yyM 1 ' ' ' ' ' iMt NN Original Cami) — Camp McClellan, . ' inniston, . ffiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital. St. Louis. Gynecology — liarncs Hospital, St. Louis. Mo. 1 )bstetricj; — Barnes Hospital. St. Louis, Mo. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp McClellan, .Ma. 2. Fort Sam Houston. Texas. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Activities : Social — Dancing: banquets: parties: picnics. Athletic — r!asket))al! : horseback riding; military dnil. jliid she eould t alk, i ' e c ods! hniv she eould talk! -ju LOf Alabama Ala. Mo. Ay ELIZABETH I ' .ELLE MURPHY ARTO.V GeORGLA. Original Camp — Camp Wliceler. Macon. Ga. .Affihations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital. Phila.. Pa. Gynecology — Columbia Hospital for Women, Wash. Obstetrics — Columbia Hospital for Women, Wash. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, N. Y. C. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations : 1. Camp Lee, Va. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Kind, unselfish and true. These attributes belon; to you. 1921. one hundred and twenty-two ften HONOR Ml ' RPHV Louisville Kentucky Oiiginal Camp — Camp Jackson, Columbia, S. C. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Providence Hospital, Washington, D. C. (jvnecology — Providence Hospital, Washington, D. C. Olistetrics — Providence Hospital, Washington, D. C. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, N. Y, C, Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp Jackson, S. C. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C, She solt ' cs our problems of heart and mind. We ask hoiv? She kiiotcs the ansiver. RITTPI E. MURRAY West Jefjeuson Ohio Original Camp — Canij) Meade, Md. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Floating Hospital, IJoston, Mass. (Jynecology — Columbia Hospital, Washington, D. C. Ob.stetrics — Columbia Hospital, Washington, D. C. Military Stations: Camp Meade, Md. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C. Camp Jackson, S. C. Where ynit sazi ' Ruth, there was Eddie, iiiilil Kuth ■went to Caiuf .taely ' soii. Boo. ht o! GRACE G. MYERS LouisMLLK Ohio Original Camp — Camp Wadsworth. Spartanburg, S. C. . tniiations : Pediatrics— Uellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Gynecology — Kellevue Hospital, N. . C. Obstetrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. V. C. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, N. Y. C Military Stations : 1. Camp Wadsworth. S. C. 1. Lakewood, X. J. i. Fo.x Hills, N. Y. 4. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. 5. Camp Dix, N. J. She most died of frii ht. ivheii she eame in one myht and found two of the " stipes " on the case. ELEANOR P. NA ' LOR ' PoRTL.Axn Oregon Oiiginal Camp — Fox Hills, Staton Island, N. Y. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Post Graduate Hospital. N. Y. C. Gynecology — Post Graduate Hosjjital, N. Y. C. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital. N. Y. C. Military Stations : 1. Fox Hills, N. Y. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. The official party i iz ' er. T 1921. one hundred and iwentx-three A6.a ELIZABETH G. XEAKV W ' li MiNGTox Delaware Original Camp — Walter Reed Hosp., Washington, D. C. Affiliations : Pc ' fliatrics — Boston Floating Hospital. Boston, Mass. Gynecology — C()luml)ia Hospital. Washington, D. C. Ohstctrics — Columliia Hospital. Washington. D. C. Pulilic Health— Henry Street Settlement. . Y. C. Psychiatry — Hloomingdale Hosp., White Plains, N. Y. Military Stations : Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, D. C. " The mast beloved reformer of the age. " LUCY M. NEARY WiLMrNOTON Dfxawark Original Camp — Walter Reed General Hospital, Wash- ington. D. C. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Boston Floating Hospital. Boston, Mass. Gynecology — Cohmihia Hospital. " ashingtt)n. D. C. Obstetrics — Colnmbia Hospital. Washington. D. C. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, N. Y. C. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hosp., White Plains, N. Y. Military Stations: Walter Reed (ieneral Hospital. Washington. D. C. " Hvcrvi ' iie loves her. She has the siceetest sviile. " Pks ' .s ' .svi.vanta Long Island. N. ' . MARTHA NEELY GKTTVSmHG Original Camp — L ' pton Affiliations : Pediatrics — Phila, General Hospital. Phila.. Pa. Gynecology — Phila. General Hospital. Phila.. Pa. Obstetrics — West Philadelphia Hospital fur Women. Phila.. Pa. Public Health — X ' isiting Nurse Society. Pliila., Pa. Military Stations: 1. Cam]) Upton. Long Island, N. Y. 2. Walter Reed. Washington, D. C. " Mo " alxcays snr7 ' lz-es the sharp arro iCS shot hy Cupid. Is it not sof ' ir - () ' jx ' , i. Ia-J K. THER1NE XEILL Vkxice Original Camp — Beauregard, La. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Michael Reese Hospital. Chicago. 111. Gynecology — Michael Reese Hospital. Chicago, 111. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital. Chicago. 111. P.sychiatry — State Hospital. Chicago, 111. Military Stations: 1. Camp Beauregard. La. 2. Fort Sheridan, 111. .-J girl of her oxi ' i heart, yet she would rather have a man seek it. 1921. 1 one hundred and twenty-four Xklsox ANNA K. NELSON Choteau Oklahoma Original Camp — Camp Grant, I!!. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Children ' s Mem. Hospital, Chicago. 111. (iynecology — Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, 111. Obstetrics — Chicago Lj ' ing-In Hospital, Chicago, 111. Pul)lic Health — L ' niversity of California. Miliary Stations: 1. Camp Grant, 111. 2. Fort Sheridan. 111. .1 Lettcrman General Hospital. -Activities : .■ thletic— Military drill : tennis. I ' m artistic — stirc nnf. J SUM- i ' -3 - L CHRISTINE NeIuSON -Shelhv. Miss. Al Missouri ( )riginal Canip- . ffiliations : Pediatrics — Post Graduate Hospital, N. V. (iynecology — Post Graduate Hospital. N. " i " . C . C. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, N. Y. C. I ' sychiatry — McLean Hospital. Waverlcy, Mass. liitary Stations; Camp Shelby, Miss. Camp Custer. Mich. Fort McPherson. Ga. Fox Hills, N. V. Walter Reed, D. C. " Christy. " Always doing simncthing for someone. NEUMANN -McClelbn, Anniston. . ' Ma. CAROLINE I- ]I ' S Original Camp Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital, .St. Louis. Mo. Gynecology — Barnes Hos|)ital, St. Louis. Mo. Obstetrics — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. ] ' . ' .ychiatry — Bloomingdale Hos]), ililitary Stations: 1. Camp McClellan. . ' Ma. 2. Fort Sam Houston. Texas. .1 Walter Reed. D. C. Ez ' er ready li Wisconsin White Plains. N.Y. A LI. NCF. ( )riginal Camp- pleasc. FRANCES NEVISON 9 . Beauregard, . lexandria, La. Pediatrics — Cook County Hospital, Chicago, Iff ! ' ' ' ' ' J Gynecology — Cook County Hospital, Chicago. III. OI)Stetrics — Cook County Hospital, Chicago, 111. Military Stations: 1. Camp Beauregard. La. 2. Cami5 Wadsworth. 3. Fort Sheridan. 111. Activities : Social — Camp Representative for . . S. N. .Annual, 1921. She is witty In tail; with, and pleasant to think of. -1921. i ne hundred and twenty-five V " ' ! NICHOLS West Virginia -Wadsworth, Spartan1)urg, S. C. FRANCES MINGE HARPtn ' s Eehry Original Camp Affiliations : Pediatrics — Rellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Gynecology — Bellevue Hospital, N. V. C. 01)stetrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. V. C. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, N. Y. C. Military Stations : 1. Camp Wadsworth. S. C. 2. Lakewood, N. J. X Fox Hills, N. ' . 4. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. 5. Camp Dix. N. J. " rSohhy. " S ' hr lies a-iiikr thiiikiiiij of " snakes. " o iiwyl ' c it ' s Corporal Robbie. MILDRED NICKUM Steulix , Kansas Original Camp — Mea le. Md. Affiliations ; Pediatrics— St. Luke ' s Hospital, N. ' . C. Gynecology — Newton Hospital. Boston, Mass. OI)Stetrics — Newton Hospital, Boston, Mass. Public Health- Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp Meade, Md. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, ' ashington, D. C. " A ' iekic. " Js she iioi passiii; fair? yy - }■ NAOMI C. NOLAND New York C, N. Y. New ' ork City Original Camp — Fox Hills, Staten Island, N. Y. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Nursery and Child ' s, N. Y. Gynecology — Nursery and Child ' s. N. ' . C, N. Y. Obstetric; — Nursery and Child ' s. N. ' . C. N. Y. Social Service — Henry Street Settlement, N. Y. ? !ilitarv Stations: Fox Hills, Staten Island, N. Y. Walter Reed Genera! Hospital. Washington. D. C. Aiioiiii. our priiwess. U WINlFREft. B. NORMAN IxDEriXDENCE loWA Original Camp — Kearney, San Diego, Calif. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Hosp., San Francisco, Calif. Gynecology — Stanford University Hospital, San Fran- cisco, Calif. Obstetrics — Alexander Maternity Hospital. San Fran- cisco, Calif. Military Stations: 1. Camp Kearney. Calif. 2. Letterman Hospital, Calif. Activities : Athletic— Military drill. Cheerful from morniug till night. 1921. one hundred and twenty-six Aon E. PAULINE NOKVELL RoCiANVILLE (Original Canii) — Fort Sam Houston, Texas. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Stanford University Hospital. Gynecology — Stanford University Hospital. Obstetrics — Stanford University Hospital. Public Health — Univ. of California, Berkeley, Military .Stations: 1. Fort Sam Houston. Texas. 2. Letterman Hospital. Calif. Activities : Social — .Amateur theatrical; Council. .Athletic — Swimming. She ii ' (i!( rather si iiii thou cat. Texas Calif. President of Student ' Br VAN MARGUERITE NORWA ■ Ohio Original Camp — Fort (Jglethorpe, Ga. Affiliations : Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hospital, N. Y. C. Gynecology — Mass. General Hospital, Hoston, Mass. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Boston, Mass. Psychiatry — Bloominydalc Hosp., White Plains, N. Y. Militarv Stations; 1. Fort OKlethorpc. Ga 2. Camp Meade, Md. 3. Walter Reed Genera de ■■.Vjt ' Hospital, Washington, D. C. Shr is a jolly gnod fellow. Washington HARRIET NOYES Don ALII Original Camp — Wheeler, Ga. .Affiliati(jns ; Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital. Washington, D. C. Gynecology — Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, Mass. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, N. Y. C. Military Stations: 1. Camp Wheeler, Ga. 2. Camp Lee, Va. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Wa.shington, D. C. Fler size has iwlhiiifi to do -cilh her quality. Alt e.veclleiil nurse. . ij. hv ■ LICE LOUISE PtTF.HSIIlKO Ori inal Camp O ' BRIEN iNnlANA Zachary Taylor, Ky. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital, St. Louis. Mo. Gynecology — liarnes Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. Obstetrics — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. Pulilic Health— Henry Street Settlement,, N. Y. C. Military Stations : 1. Zachary Taylor. Ky. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C. 3. Camp Benning, Ga. One never kuows. 1921. (); ( ' hundred and tu ' entv-se ' en Pi.Q.n. ROSE H. OFFUTT Ckf.f.nsbuhg Pennsylvania Original Camp — Greene, Charlotte, N. C. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Post Graduate, N. Y. C. (lynecology — Post Graduate, N. Y. C. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, N. Y. C. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, N. Y. C. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp Greene, N. C, 2. Fox Hills, N. V. 3. Walter Reed, D. C. Patients and supervisors go or stay, But I osf goes on in her ozsn sweei way. HELOISE DeGRANGE OLDHAM ,..,1 B.A.. Hood College, Frederick, Md. ' ' ' ; Wi.MHESTER Virginia ( Original Camp — Meade, Md. , Affiliations : Pediatrics — Johns Hopkins Hospital, Pjaltimore. Md. Gynecology — Woman ' s Hospital, P.altimore, Md. Obstetrics — Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Psychiatry — Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Military Sta tions: 1. Cam]) Meade. Md. 2. Walter Reed, D. C. Activities : Social — Married December 31, 1920, to Edward Curtis Oldham, of Worcester, Mass. I ' ve lived and hn ' ed. RUB • M. E OLDHAM Ki KTON " Kentucky ' )riginal Camp — Wadsworth, S. C. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Post Graduate Hospital. N. Y. C. Clynecology — Post Graduate Hospital. N. Y. C. f )l stetric.s — Lying-in Hospital, N. " !i . C. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement. N. ' S ' . C. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hosp., Wliite Plains. N. Y. Military Stations : 1. Camp Wadsworth, S. C. 2. Walter Reed, D. C. I ' orsake Kentuehy, Knbv-red. ' h ' cvcr! MlX. -ES0TA II OLGA OLSON Fkkcl ' s F, lls Original Camp — Grant. 111. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Cliildren ' s Hospital, Chicago, III. Gynecology— Michael Reese Hospital, Cliicago, 01)stetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chic ago, 111. Public Health — Cniv. of California. Berkeley. Calif. Military Stations : 1. Camp Grant, 111. 2. Fort Sheridan, III. 3. Letterman General Hospital, Calif. A mile a minnte is good speed, but a smile a minute gets mive aetion, Stvede. 1921. one hundred and twenty-eight pi.Qn. RUTH . l ' kTLK OLSON Tacoma Washixgtun Original Camp — Lewis. W ' ashinylon. Affiliations : I ' fdiatrics — Children ' s Hosp.. San Francisco, Calif. Oyiiecdlosy — Stanford Lniversitx Hospital, San Fran- cisco, Calif. Obstetrics — Children ' s Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. I ' uhlic Health — I ' niversity of California. San P ' ran- cisco, Calif. Military Stations : 1. Cam]) Lewis. Washington. J. Letterman Ceneral Hospital, C ' alif. Il ' h -ii I kicV anything to do, I go and do it. yyi ALlcr: MA - OSTKl ' M MiNNKSOTA l ' , ANS II.I.K Original Camp — Jackson, S. C. Affiliations : Pediatrics— Phila. (leneral Hospital. Phila., Pa. (iynecolcigy — Phila. C.en. Hospital, Phila., Pa. Obstetrics— West Philadelphia Hosi ital for Women. I ' ublic Health— V. X. A.. Philadehibia. Military Stations: 1. Lamp lackson. S. C. i. i ' ..rt Sheridan. 111. ,5. Letterman (ieneral Hospital. Xo ' w that sh, ' s an R. X. - - i - - I ' LNT)i:rF.xiii:N( . L N ' O ' TOOLK K Iowa Oriijinal Camp — Camii Dod.tie, Iowa. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Cliildreii ' s Hospital. .San Francisco, Calif. Cynecolugy — Stanford L ' niversity Hospital, San Fran- cisco, Calif. Obstetrics — .Alexan ler Maternity Hosjiital. San Fran- cisco. Calif. Pnlilic Health — University of California. Military Stations: 1. Camp Dodije, Iowa. 1. Letterman General Hospital. " Just give mc a chance and I ' ll show yon n ' liat I can do. " _ .i J ' - ftM- ELINOR D. PARKER Racine Wisconsin ' Original Camp — Cam]) Meade. Md. -Aflfiliations : Pediatrics — Johns Hoijkins Hospital. Baltimore, Md. (lynecology — Hosi)ital fur Women of Maryland. Bal- timore, Md. ( )bstetrics — Hos])ital for Women of Maryland. Bal- timore. Md. Pfvciiiatry — Johns Hopkins Hos))ital. Baltimore, Md. Military Stations : 1. Camp Meade, Md. 2. Walter Reed General Hos]iital, Washington, D. C. ,1 Letterman General Hosp., San Francisco, Calif. " H ' • , yon claim to know everything, tell me this — " -1921.- otic hundred and tuenty-nine ( .©.O. ZELLE PATTEE PiX AHONTAS loWA Original Camp — Meade, Md. Affiliations ; Pediatrics—Johns Hopkins Hospital. Baltimore. Md. Gynecology— Mass. General H()si)ital, P.oston. Mass. Obstetrics— New ' ork Lying-in, X. C. Psychiatrj — Johns Hopkins Hospital. I ' .altimore, Md. Military .Stations : 1. Ciiini) Meade, Md. 2. Walter Kecd General Hospital. Washington, D. C. .Activities : Social — Camp Representative for . . S. . .Annual. 1921. .Associate Editor .-A. S. X.. 1921. " Pat. " Jl ' hx. you ' re cni:y! h.;ma d. pail Wi THKViLi.E Ohio Original Cam]) — Sheridan, Montgomery. . Ia. Affiliations : Pediatrics— Children ' s Memorial. Chicago, 111. (nnecology — Columbia Hospital. Washington. D. C. Oljstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Cliicago, 111. Military Stations; 1. Camp Sheridan, .Ma. 2. Camp Grant, 111. X Fort Sheridan, 111. 4. ' alter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. am. -,i-haicver nas, or is. or rvcr zcill br. and my ' , ' cil no mortal ever lifted. EDYTHE EDNA PAYNE OSAGK 1 " «- Original Camp — Beauregard, La. Affiliations : Pediatrics— Sarah Morris Hospital. Cliicago. 111. (lynecology- Michael Reese Hospital. Chicago. 111. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111. Military Stations: 1. Cain]i Beauregard. La. 2. Fort Sheridan. 111. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C. Clianns .strike the .right, but merit iciiis the soul. CAROLYN PEART Dennkr Colorado Original Camp — Camp Jackson. S. C. Affiliations : Pediatrics— Phila. (iencral Hospital. Phila., Pa. Gynecology— Phila. (ieueral Hospital, Phila.. Pa. Obstetrics— West Phila. Hosp. lor Women, Phila., Pa. Public Health— V. N. . ., Philadelphia, Pa. Psychiatry — Chicago State Hospital, Chicago, 111. Military Stations: 1. Camp Jackson, S. C. 2. Fort Sheridan. 111. 3. Letternian (ieneral Hospital. .Activities : Athletics— Volley hall; swimming. Social — Theatricals. .S7ii- smiled on many just for fun, of course she didn ' t mean it. 1 1921 one hundred and thirty aQn. Benton f - ) ELEANOR PEAI ' -Camp Jackson, S. C. Phila- 111. OriRinal Camp Affiliations : Pediatrics — Pliiladelphia General, Phila(lel])liia, Pa Gynecology — Philadelphia General. Philadelpliia. 1 Obstetrics — Pliiladelphia Genera i ' hiladelpliia. Pa. Public Health — Visiting Nursing Association delphia. Pa. P.sychiatry — Chicago State Hospital. Cliicago. Military Stations: 1. Camp Jackson, S. C. 2. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. 3. Letterman General Hospital, Calif. Activities : Athletic — Basketball ; volley ball ; swimming. Virtue and sense are vne. ETHEL N. PERKINS O.AKL. NI) C.M.IFORNMA Original Camp — Camp Kearney, Calif. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Stanford University Hospital. Gynecology — Stanford University Hospital. Obstetrics — Stanford University Hospital. Military Stations : 1. Camp Kearney, Calif. 2. Letterman General Hospital, San Francisco, Calif. Never hurries, never i ' orries. TEN A PERRV - ' ( ' = ' ' f- Mt. Sterling Illinois Original Camp — Sheridan. .Ala. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Mem. Hospital, Chicago, 111. Gynecology — Columbia Hospital, Washington, D. C, Olistetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111. Military Stations: 1. Camp Sheridan. .Ma. 2. Camj) Grant, 111. i. Fort Sheridan, 111. 4. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. " have often regretted viy speeeh, never my sitenee. " I EDNA I. PETERS S. LlSBrRY Original Camp — Wadsworth, S. C. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, 111. Gynecology — Michael Reese Hositital, Chicago, 111, Obstetrics — Lying-in Hos])ital. Chicago, 111. Psychiatri, — Cliicago State Hospital, Chicago, Military Stations: 1. Camp Wad ' -worth, S. C. 2. Fort Sheridan. 111. " A merry heart is always afl reeiated. ' M. KVL. ND 111. -1921. one hundred and thirty-one aao. ORMA PETERS Keokik Iowa Orifrinal Camp — Zacliary Taylor. Louisville, Ky. Affiliations : I ' cdiatrics — Childrtn ' s Hosijital, St. Louis, Mo. gynecology — Barnes Hospital. St. Louis, Mu. Obstetrics — I ' .arnes Hospital. St. Louis, Mo. Pulilic Health— Henry St. Settlement, New York, Military Stations : 1. Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Wasliington. D, C, 3. Camp Jackson, S, C. A f hjce for everything mid ci ' crythiiiy in its place. RUTH A ■LES ■()KTH PETERS Drxi.AP Iow. Orifjinal Camp — Zachary Taylor, Ky, Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children s HoS])ital, St. Louis, Mo. Gynecology — Karnes Hospital, St, Louis, Mo, Obstetrics — Barnes Hospital, St, Louis, Mo, Public Health— .American Red Cross, St, Louis, Mo. Military Stations: L Camp Taylor, Ky, 2. Jefferson Barracks, Mo. .1 Fort Sheridan, 111. 4. Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, D. C. l.ct us rest awhile and eense to zvorry. . MARIE CROWE PETERSON LiTCHFlKIJl MlNNESOT. Original Camp — Meade, Md. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Johns Hopkins Hosp., Baltimore. Md. Gynecology — Woman ' ,s Hospital, Baltimore, Md, Obstetrics — Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Psycliiatry — Johns Hopkins Hosp., Baltimore, Md. Military Stations; 1. Camp Meade. Md. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Activities: Social — Dancing ; card playing ; amateur theatricals. Sincere, studious and 7i ' itfy — Such a conibinatinn can ' t he beaten. PEARL POPE Ki;ii CuuT) Nebraska Original Camp — Fort Riley, Kan. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Mem. Hospital, Chicago, III, Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111, Military Stations : 1, Fort Riley, Kan, 2, Camp Grant, 111, 3, Fort Sheridan, 111. 4, Lettcrman General Hospital. Calif, Suffice to say — she makes a fine pal. f 1921.- one hundred and thirty-two I- aa.o. RUTH POKTKK AiwAssE Missouri Original Camp — Fort Sam Houston, Tex. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital. San Francisco, Calif. Obstetrics — I.ying-ln Hospital, Chicago, 111. Military Stations : 1. Fort Sam Houston, Tex. 2. Fort Sheridan, 111. 3. Letterman General Hospital. Activities : Athletic— Basketball. Social — Student niu " ses ' play, " Students ' Nightmare. " - ' A ki-fii SihoUir. (iRACE LOWELL PRATT t- L s I■.. . Xt:w okk Original Camp — Meade, .- dmira!, Md. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Johns Hopkins Hosp., lialtiniore. Md. Gynecology — Woman ' s Hospital, lialtimore. Md. Obstetrics — Woman ' s Hospital, lialtimore. Md. Psychiatry — Johns Hopkins Hosp., Baltimore, Md. Military Stations: 1. Cam]) Meade, Md. 2. Fort McHenry, Md. 0. Walter Reed General Hospital, Wa.shin.gt on, D. C. P ratty? But still her foiiifiic Far richer music calls to birth Than all Jhc minstrel poicers ai ' b.Vrbara m. price ROCHFSTEK NkW YoRK Original Camp — Di.x. N. J. Affiliations : Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hosi)ital, N. " W C. Gynecology — St. Luke ' s Hosjjital, N. ' . C. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, N. Y. C. Military Stations : 1. Camp Dix, N. J. 2. Fox Hills. X. Y. 3. ' Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, U. C. .Activities : Social — ISusiness manager A. S. N. .Annual. 1921. Athletic — Tennis: member of 1921 basketball team. B — Business Manager, A — Anything needing pep. R — Running -a ' ards. B Basketball. MM-ilE PRIMEAU .Ak.movr Sotth Dakot. . Original Camp — McClellan. .Ala. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital. St. Louis, Mc. Gynecology — I ' arnes Hospilal. St. Louis, Mo. 01)stetrics — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis. Mo. Psychiatry — Illinois .State Hosp.. Chicago, 111. Military Stations : 1. Camp McClellan, .Ala. 2. Jefferson Barracks, Mo. 3. Fort Sheridan. 111. Possessed of an unexpected sense of humor. c -ii 1921. one hundred and tliirty-lhree Aon MARGUERITE PRINDIVILLE Chicago Illinois Original Camp— Meade, Admiral, Md. Affiliations : Pediatrics— St, Luke ' s Hospital, N. V. C. Gynecology— Columbia Hosp, for Women, Wash. ,D.C. Obstetrics— Columbia Hosp. for Women, Wash.,D.C. Psychiatry— Bloomingdale Ho.sp., White Plains, N. V. Military Stations: 1. Camp Meade, Md. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washinijton, D. C. Activities : Social — Dancing. Athletic— Military drill. " Prindy " A happy-tcmt cn ' d hrinycr of the hrsr. [V ' IX kOTHY WEllSTEK PULLING Mar.shkikld " Original Camp— Grant, Rockford, 111. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Memorial Hosp., Chicago, 111. Gynecology— Bellevne Hospital, N. , C. OI)stetrics — Bellevne Hosjjital, N. " i " . C. Military Stations; 1. Camp Grant. 111. 2. Fort Sheridan, III. 3. Walter Reed Genera! Hospital, Washington, D. C. Believe me! Pulling is all right if people oiily knew her. Wisconsin ' - ELIZABETH PUMPHRE ' i- Carthage Illinois Original Camp— Walter Reed Gen. Ho.sp., Wash.. D. C. Affiliations : Pediatrics— Floating Hosijital, Boston, Mass. Gynecology— Columbia Hosp. for Women, Wash.,D.C. Obstetrics— Columbia Hos]). for Women, Wash.,D.C. Public Health— Henry St. Settlement, X. V. C. Military Stations : Walter Reed Gen. Hospital, Wash., D. C. you ' re feeling siek. eall on Hetty. If you ' re ever in a scrape, call on Rettv. She ' s an anchor we ca}i tie on, She ' s a friend you can rely on, And -we ' re prond she ri ' cars the bar — LIEUT. BETTY. ' r . CORNELL PURI) +r HELEN Port Chester ew York Original Camp— Gun Hill Road, X. V. C. Affiliations ; Pediatrics— St. Luke ' s Hospital, N. V. C. Gynecology — St. Luke ' s Hospital. N. Y. C. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, N. V. C. Military Stations : 1. Gun Hill Road. N. Y. 2. Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, D. C. 3. Camp Jackson, S. C. " Feet, teeth, furuncles, you may get over it. but you ' ll never look the same, old dear. " 1921.- oue hundred and thirty-four P R).6.a Representative for A. eball S. N. tciuiis ; swimming yV - IXEZ PYLE Geneva Iniiiana Original Camp — Zachary Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital. St. Louis, Mo. Gynecology — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. Obstetrics — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. Put ' lic Health— Red Cross H. C. St. Louis, Mo. Military Stations ; 1. Caniji Zachary Tavlor. Ky. 2. Fort Shcridaii, 111. 3. Walter Reed General Hosjjital, Washington, D. C. 4. Camp Jackson, S. C. Activities : S(}cial — Dancing; Cainp Annual, 192L . ' thletic — Basketl)a!l ; basi horseback riding. She spires the good a trifle, idlh a few ( rains of harm. t vV ' FANNIE QUARLES Forth Worth Texas Original Camp — Mc. rthur. Waco, Tex. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. Gynecology — City Hospital. St. Louis. Mo. Obstetrics — City Hos|iital. St. Louis. Mo. Public Health — American Red Cross, St. Louis, Mo. Military Stations: 1. Camp McArthur. Tex. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. .Activities : Social — Camp representative for A. S. N. .Animal. A true I ' e.vas lady — quality. J Ui hf:lex quirk - (-n- ,- .M ' - San Francisco, Calif. , San Francisco, Calif. , San Francisco, Calif. High MORE South Dakota Oris. ' inal Camp — Custer, Mich. Affiliations ; Pediatrics — Children ' s Hosp., Gynecology — Standford L ' . H Obstetrics — . lexandria M. H Public Health — University of California. Military Stations: 1. Camp Custer, Mich. 2. Camp Sherman. Ohio, •i. Letterman General Hospital, Calif. .S7ii- never .u yi much, yet she hiis her •- ' I ' ri ' LLIS HA •DEX RAXDALL , " oKT Wayne ' ' ' ■ ■ ' ' ' ' ' tls vt rth. S. C. A- ' W saw iNni.w ■i i ( )riginal Camp — ; Affiliations : Pediatrics — Pjellevue Hospital. X. ' . C. Gynecology — I ' .ellevue Hospital, X. ■. C. Obstetrics— Bellevue Hospital, N. V. C. Pulilic Health— Henry St. Settlement, X. ' l ' . C. Military Stations: 1. Camp Wadswortli, S. C. 2. Lakcwood, X. J. .1 Fort Sheridan, 111. 4. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. 5. Camp Jackson, S. C. .■ cti ities : Social — Class iircsident while unit was maintained as separate group. " We tried to fiel speeial permission to inelude Phil ' s feel in the picture. The grip she had on nur.ung it ' as from the ground up. liven more startling is the dia- mond Zi ' orn on the proper phalange. He is a most ' «- «iia i- .1 . O. " 1921. one hundred and thirty-five ft.6.a BOSSIE BELLE RANDLE Birmingham Alabama Original Camp — Shelliy, Miss. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Phila. Gen. Hosp., Philadelphia. Pa. Gynecology — Phila. Gen. Hosp., Philadeli)liia, Pa. ( )i),stetrics — V . Phila. Hosp. lor Women, Phila., Pa. Piililic Health — Visiting Nurse Society, Phila.. Pa. Military Stations : 1. Camp Shelby, Miss. 2 Camp Ciistcr, Mich. .1. Fort McPherson, Ga. 4. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Activities : Social — Camp representative A. S. X. , iiiuial, 1921. (lice " Alahain. " ) AlzL ' iiys ready lit give sympathy and ijnod chccy. PeN SVI. ANIA D. C. D. C. HELEN RALCH Haukisiukc Orisfinal Cam]) — Sevier. Greenville, S. C. Affiliations : Gynecol oiiy — Columliia Hosp.. Washington, Oh.stctrics — Cokim1)ia Hospital. Washington Psychiatry — .State Hospital, Cliicago, 111. Military .Stalions: 1. Camp .Sevier. .S. C. 2. Camp Taylor, Kv. .1 Fort Sheridan. 111. 4. Walter Reed General Hospital, ' ashington. D. C. ■ " Mint Juleps and the Crimson Path. ' OLIVE MARION " KEID .SpRi XGFiF.i.ii Illinois ( Iriginal Camii — McClellan, .Ala. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital. St. Louis, Mo. Gynecology — St. Louis City Hosp., St. Louis, Mo. Obstetrics — St. Louis City Hosp., St. Louis, Mo. Public Health— Henry St. Settlement, N. V. C. Military Stations : 1. Camp McClellan. . " Ma. 2. Jefferson Barracks, Mo. 3. Fort Sheridan, 111. 4. Walter Reed Geneial Hospital, Washington, D. C. . cti ' ities : .Athletic— Basketliall. And she gets away with everything ELISE WORTHINGTON RIULLY Oil City Pexxsvlvama )rigina! Camp — Sherman, Ohio. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital. Philadelphia, Pa. Gynecology — Stanford U. Hosp., San Fran., Calif. Obstetrics — Columbus Hosp. for Women, D. C. Military Stations: L Camp Sherman, Ohio. 2. Letterman General, Calif. .1 Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C. True to her work — still she knows hnw to play. 1921. one hundred and thirtv-si.v !• ae n. .1 ' FREDA REQUAKTH Decatur Illinois OriRinal Camp — Camp Custer, Mich. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Hosp., San Francisco, Calif. Cynecology — Stanford U. Hcsp.. San Fran., Calif. Ohstctrics — Alexandria Mat. Hosp.. San Fran,, Calif. Public Health— U. of Calif., Berkeley, Calif. Psychiatry — Letterman Gen. Hosp., San Fran., Calif. Military Stations: 1. Camp Custer, Mich. 2. Camp Sherman, Ohio. 3. Letterman General Hospital. .Activities : Athletic— Military drill. .■Uztiiiys busy thinkiiiij — drctiiiiiii) . ■4 Sp. rta Original Camp- FLORENCE R. RICE Wisconsin Fort McPherson, G; Affiliations ; Pediatrics — Michael Reese Hosp., Chicago, 111. Gynecology — Michael Reese Hosp., Chicago, HI. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111. I sychiatry — Chicago .State Hosp., Clilcago, 111. Military Stations: 1. Fort McPherson, Ga. 1. Fort Sheridan, 111. " Was there aiiylhiiig she did not kinn . ' " ' I ' At " CUST. RUTH IR ENE RICH Wisconsin -Ijcaurcgard, La. Original Camp- Affiliations : I ' ediatrics — Michael Reese Hosp., Chicago. 111. (iynecology — Micliael Reese Hosi ., Chicago, 111. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111. I ' sychiatry — State Hospital, Chicago, 111. Military Stations: 1. Camp lieauregard. La. 2. Fort Sheridan, 111. . ctivities : Social — All parties held at the Post. Athletic — Basketball ; swimming. hi spite of all the learned hai ' e said — Ruth still keeps her opinion. MABEL RICHARDS Syracuse Xi:w ' S ' ohk Original Camp — Fo.x Hills, S. I., N. ' S " . Affiliations : Pediatrics — Post Graduate Hosp., N. . C. Gynecology — P ' ost Graduate Hosp.. . " . C. ( )l)stetrics — Lying-in Hospital, K. ' . C. Public Health— Henry St. Settlement, X. Y. C. Militar ' Stations: 1. Fox Hills, N. Y. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. " .- friend that is a friend. " 1921. hundred and thirty-seven • MYRTLE ROBERTS Wilton Wisconsin Original Camp — Walter Reed General Hospital Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. Gynecology — Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston, Mass. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, K. Y, C. Pulilic Health— Henry St. Settlement, N. Y. C. P.sycliiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations: Walter Reed General Hospital, W ' ashington, D. C, " Kiwu ' S poetry by the yard, but seldom repeats it. iMch usually leads to the I her she renders their seat ii.ay, sits I M ftxKO She ( oes her own library. If any oiu uncomfortable. " J- - FR.WCF.S !■:. 1 .Sii.vru CiTV Oriu ' iiial Camp — Wluelt-r. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Hosp., Washington, D, C. Gynecology — Peter Bent Brigham Hosiiital, Boston Obst ' .-trics — Lying-in Hospital. N, ' ■. C, I ' sychiatry — McLean Hospital, Wavcrlej, Mass. Military Stations: 1. U)CERTSON New Alacnn, Ga. Ga. C. North C. rolix. S. C. 1. Cam]) Wheeler. 2. Cam]) Lee, Va. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. Her chief delight is meriting letters ' ichich look i JjA ' r hooks to Hill. QAKy U. K ROBERTSON I R0VVI-.- NIl Original Camp— Sevier, Affiliations : Pediatrics — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. (lyiiecology — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. Obstetrics — Barnes Hospital. St. Louis, Mo, Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations : 1. Cam| Sevier. S. C 2. Camp Taylor, Ky. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Activities : Social — Dancing; card playing. .Athletic — Tennis. " you ' d be surprised. " ANNA J. A. YE ROBINETTE Athe.s ' s West X ' irgim.a Original Camp — Humphrey , .Alexandria, Va. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital, Washington. D. C. — Baby Camp, Washington, D. C. Gynecology — Women ' s Hospital. Baltimore, Md. Obstetrics — Women ' s Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley. Mass. Military Stations : 1. Camp Humphreys. Va. 2. Walter Reed Genera! Hospital, Washington. D. C. She has risen above us — nearly si.v feet. i 1921 one hundred and thirty-eight PyQn New York JESSICA ROCKWOOD ROCHESTEH Original Camp— Fox Hills. S. I., N. ■. Affiliations : Pediatrics— Bellevue Hospital. N. Y. C. Gynecolotry — Bellevue Hospital. N. ■ ■. C. Obstetrics— Bellevue Hospital. N. Y. C. PuIjHc Health— Henry St. Settlement, N. V. C. Militarv Stations : 1. Fo ' .x Hills, N. Y. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital. Wasliin.nton. D. C. Activities ; ■Social — Dancing. " Oh: ll ' Iuit a pal xvas she. " But cootie traffs — irell. ' . ' —nuff said. { M Jj " ELSIK I. K()(;ERS Wu.BR. HAM .Massac in-.SETTs Orisjinal Camp— Devens. .Ayer. Mass Affiliations : Pediatrics — Floatinji Hospital. Bnstoii. Muss. Gyncc(ilcig — Peter itent liri,L;liani Hosiilal. Boston, Mass. Obstetrics — Lyint;-ln Hospital. N. C. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement. X. ' . C. Psychiatry— McLean Hospital. Waverley, Mass. Military Stations; 1. Cam|) Devens, Mass. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D, C. Well. I ' ll he hiim ' ed: she really did finish. % .y ,1 ' ( ' SCEOl.A VERA LEE Kl DKlN Iowa Ori.Eiinal Cam[) — Camp Taylor. Kv. Affiliations : Pediatrics— Cliildren ' s Huspital. San Francisco, Calif. (iynecology — Obstetrics — Children ' s Hospital. San Francisco, Calif. P.sychiatry — Chica,i;o Slate Hospital. Cliicago, III. Military Stations : 1. Camp Taylor, Ky. 2. Fort McPherson. Ga. .1 Fort Slieridan, 111. 4. Letterman General Hosi)itaI. .■ ■rcai ' .v your friend. y. r . ' i VALERIE E. RL ' EL Sedro-Woolev Washington Original Camp — Camp Lewis. Wash. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Stanford LTnivcrsity Hospital. Gynecology — Stanford University Hospital. Obstetrics — Stanford I ' niversity .Sospital. Public Health — Univ. of California, Berkeley, Calif. Military Stations : L Camp Lewis, Wash. 2. Letterman General Hospital. Our briijht and cheerful lady. 1921. one hundred and thirty-nine f).e n. K JULIE RUSSELL Wadsworth, S. C. -. C. U. C. ew Britain Oricina! Camp Affiliations : Pediatrics — liellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Gynecology — licllevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Ohstctrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. ' . C. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement, X. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley. Alas ' Military Stations : 1. Cam]i Wadsworth, S. C 2. Lalvcwood. N. J. 3. Fox Hills, Staten Island. 4. Walter Reed General Hospital, Wasliinyton, Activities : Athletic — Swimming, Religious — Choir for Xurses, . iid thc Sii sju ' is gniiit to Labrador. W ' liy go -to far i J v1a , ' from homcf DE.ATRICE SALISl ' .URY I RnKKKh ' s PuAIUiE Ml. N-l.,OTA Original Camp — Custer, Mich. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Stanford University Hospital. Gynecology — Stanford University Hospital. Obstetrics — Stanford University Hospital. Public Health — University of California. Military Stations: 1. Camp Custer, Mich. 2. Camp .Sherman, r)hio, ,3. Letterman General Hospital. Calif. Activities : .Social — Chairman of Social Council. .Athletic — Military drill. The lady xvilh tnuch zfisdoin. LOUISE SALLAXDER Fort Maui son Iowa Original Camp — Wlieeler, Macon. Ga, Affiliations : Pediatrics— Children ' s Hospital, Washin.gton, D. C. fivnecology- -Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Boston, Mass. Militarv Stations: 1, Camp Wheeler, Ga. 2, Walter Reed General Hospital, Wasliington, D, C, 3, Camp Jackson, S. C. Don ' t talk to Sally ■when she ' ccaiits to sleep, beeause that is one time when she cannot control her temper. It controls her. MAURINE E, SANBORN Minneapolis Mi xnksota Orisinal Camp— Custer, Battle Creek, Mich. Affiliations : Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hospital, N, ■. C, Gynecology — Leland Stanford Hospital, San Fran- cisco, Calif. Obstetrics — Columbia Hospital, Washington, D. C. Military Stations : 1. Camp Custer, Mich. 2. Camp Sherman, Ohio, ,1, Letterman Hospital, Calif. 4, Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D, C, ,Activities : Social — Cliairman, Camp Custer, -Athletic — Tennis ; swimming, " Sammie. " " Happy am 1, from care I ' m free. Why aren ' t others content like me? " -1921. one hundred and forty rl a.6.a EVA CAROLINA SAWYER Shabrona Illjnois Original Camp — Grant, 111. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital, Chicago, 111. Gynecology — St. Luke ' s Hospital, X. V. C. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital. Chicago, 111. Piihlic Health — Red Cross, St. Louis, Mo. Military Stations : 1. Camp Grant, 111. 2. Fort Sheridan, 111. J. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington. D. C. Shi- can teach us the finer iiiialitics. MARY C. SCHEER Fergi ' S Falls Minnesota Original Cam]} — Camp Grant, Illinois. Affiliations : Pediatric- — Children ' s Mem. Hospital, Chicago. 111. Gynecology — Rockford City Hospital, Rockford, 111. Ohstetncs — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, N. ■. C. Military Stations : 1. Camp Grant, Illinois. 2. Fort Sheridan, Illinois. 3. Lctterman General Hospital. Activities : , ' thletic — Military drill. Th( ii(jh modest, nature has leritlcn yentleii ' oinan. Z. SCHELL S C. L1F0HXIA Original Unit— Dix, N. J. Affiliations : Pediatrics— St. Luke ' s Hospital. N. ' ■. C. Gynecology — St. Luke ' s Hospital, N. Y. C. Obstetrics — Columbia Hospital. Washington, D. C. Military Stations : Camp Dix, N. J. Activities : Athletic — Swimming meet at Camp Dix. Horseback riding. Social — Camp Representative for . . S. N. Annual, 1921. A hum actress, she didn ' t eseaj c the sta ie: she brauyhl it with her. OTTILIE SCHLAPP FoHT Maui SOX Iowa Original Camp — Wadsworth, S. C. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Bellevue Hospital. N. Y. C. Gynecology — Bellevue Hospital, N. . C. Obstetrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement, N. ' S ' . C. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations : 1. Camp Wadsworth. S. C. 2. Base No. 9. Lakewood, N. J. 3. Fox Hills. N. Y. 4. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Left lives to grow great, while most are forgotten. f " juff ' KATHARINE 2 VLos Angele i 1 1921. one hundred and fnrty-one pi.e n «r K «- ?- MABEL H. SCHLOFKE -Camp Lewis, Washington. low.s Jewell Orieinal Camp- Affiliations : Pediatrics — Stanford Univ. Hospital, San Francisco. Gynecology — Stanford Univ. Hospital, San Francisco. Obstetrics — Stanford Univ. Hospital, San Francisco. Military Stations : 1. Camp Lewis, Washington. 2. Letterman General Hospital. Her great interest is her hope chest. . .M HARRIET SCHWANZ LoRiMOR Iowa Original Camp — Camp Dodge, Iowa. Pediatrics — Stanford Univ. Hospital, San Francisco. Gynecology — Stanford Univ. Hospital, San Francisco. Obstetrics — Stanford Univ. Hospital, San Francisco. Military Stations: 1. Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Iowa. 2. Letterman General Hospital. She is a phantom of delight. U a I Lebanon .- -Camp Grant, Illinois. MAURY SCHWARZ Kansas Original Camp- Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Mem. Hospital, Chicago, 111. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, N. Y. C. Military Stations: 1. Camp Grant, 111. 2. Fort Sheridan, 111. 3. Letterman General Hospital. A true model of peace and content. GEORGIA LITTIG SCOTT Darlington Maryland Original Camp— Greene, Charlotte, N. C. Affiliations : Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hospital, N. Y. C. Gynecology— St. Luke ' s Hospital, N. Y. C. Obstetrics— Lying-In Hospital, N. Y. C. Military Stations: 1. Camp Greene, N. C. 2. U. S. General Hospital, No. 3, N. J. 3. U. S. General Hospital, No. 41, N. Y. 4. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. 5. Camp Dix, N. J. Did you say Georgia was silent? I should say not! ! ! 1921. I T one hundred and forty-two = 1- A6.a Illinois JEAN SCOTT -J RocKFORn Original Camp — Wheeler, Macon, (ia. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Brooklyn Hospital, Brooklyn, N. V. Gynecology — Brooklyn Hospital. Brooklyn, N. Y. Obstetrics — Brooklyn Hospital. Brooklyn, N. Y. Military Stations: 1. Camp Wheeler, Ga. 2. Camp Lee, Va. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C. Generous with her blushes. I..A-V ryV ' " ETHELEEN L. SCULTHORP Toms River New Jersey Original Camp — U. S. General Hospital. No. 41, Fox Hills. Staten Island. N. Y. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Bellevue Hospital. N. . C. (iynecology — Bellevue Hospital, N, Y. C. Obstetrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Military Stations: 1. Fox Hills, N. Y. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington. D. C. Activities : Social — Camp Representative for A. S. N. . nnual, 1921. (•;■ elassiiiates call her " SeuHy, the vamp. " MA SE.ANOR mp — Wadsworth, . C, L. VELMA SE. ' ()R Indiana Original Camp Affiliations : Pediatrics — Illinois Training School. Cliicago, 111. Gynecology — Illinois Training School, Chicago, III. Obstetrics — Illinois Training School, Chicago, 111. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement. N. Y. C. Military Stations : 1. Camp Wadsworth, S. C. 2. Fort Sheridan, 111. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Activities : Social — Camp Rep. for A. S. N. Annual, 1921. A ov ' mg Ha Mrf.-B«»i " J VA £al. TRESSIE SEYBOLD . -. I. - La Plata ' lissouRi Original Camp — Greene, Charlotte, N. C. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Phila. General Hospital. Pliila.. Pa. Gynecology — Phila. (jeneral Hospital. Phiia.. Pa. Obstetrics — West Phila. Hosp. for Women. Phila., Pa. Public Health — Visiting Nurse Society, Phila., Pa. Military Stations : 1. Camp Greene, N. C. 2. Canii) Upton, N. Y. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington. D. C. Activities : Social — Usual class parties. Let your speech be better than silenec or be silent. i f 1921. J one hundred and forty-three aon. - }Hr iOt itl ' -CyyMjL •vu Illixois 111. BLANXHE E. SHAR Princeton ' Orieinal Camp — Grant, Kockfcird, 111. Affiliations : Pediatrics— Children ' s Mem. Hospital, Chicago, C)l)3tetrics— LviriM-In Hospital. Chica.go, III. Pul)lic Healtli— Henry Street Settlement, N. V. C. (jynecology— Columbia Hospital. Washington. D. C. Military Stations : 1. Camp Grant. 111. Z. Fort Sheridan. 111. 3. Waltci Reed General Hospital. Washnigton, D. C. .■ ctivities : Social — Dancing. . thletlc — Military Work and ill, Md. Md. C. swimmmg. such yuod friends. SARA LOUISE SHARP Fort Benton Montana Original Camp — Meade. Md. Affiliations : Pediatrics— Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore Psychiatry— Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Gynecology — Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Oh.stetric.s — Woman ' s Hospital, Baltiinore, Md. Public Health- Henry Street Settlement, X. V. Military Stations : 1. Camp Meade, Md. 2. Fort McHonrv. Md. .S. Fort Sheridan. 111. 4. W ' alter Reed General Hospital. Wasliington, D. C. .Activities : Social— .Amateur theatricals at Cam]) Meade. . tliletic — Military drill. Little, hut oh my! LVDIA Rl ' TH SHEALL CiiicAco Illinois OriL ' inal Camp — Meade, Md. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Jolins Hopkins. Baltimore. Md. Gynecology — Woman ' s Hospital. Baltimore, Md. Obstetrics— Woman ' s Hospital. Baltimore, Md. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, N. Y. C. Psychiatry— Johns Hopkins. Baltimore, Md. Military Stations : 1. Cami Meade. Md. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, i. Fo.x Hills N. Y. -I -OH ' D. C. » cr ' lENNlE SHEFVELAND " Aiiu-ijoN " Minnesota Original Cainp — Camp Grant, 111. Affiliations : Pediatrics— Children ' s Mem. Hospital, Chicago, 111. Olistetrics — Lying-in Hcspital, Chicago. 111. Public Health — University of California. Military Stations : 1. Camp Grant. Illinois. 2. Fort Sheridan. Illinois. 3. Letterman General Hospital. Activities ; .Athletic — Military drill. » A better business manager could not be found. 1921. one hundred and forty-four I " Aon Pennsylvania C. LEAH SHEPPAKD West Pittstun Orisiinal Camp — Dix. N. J. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Prt ' sbyterian Hospital. Phila.. Pa. Gynecology — Presbyterian Hospital. Phila.. Pa. ()l)stetrics — Presliyterian Hospital, Phila., Pa. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement. N. Y, Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations : 1. Camp Dix, . J. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. .Actnilies : Social — All class parties. Athletic — Military drill. A good old pal. of whom «r shall alzfiiy. ' ! be firoiid. J ' ' Washincton Jr y MAR " ! DiSTKKT UK Camp Meade. Md POWERS jSgOGEKS • ' " DiSTKKT UK COLIMHIA (Jricinal Camp Affiliations ; Pediatrics — Jolnis Hopkins Hospital, Haltimorc. ALI Gynecology — Woman ' s Hospital. lialtimore. Md. Obstetrics — Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore. Md. Psychiatry— Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md, Military Stations: Cam]) Meade, Md. Walter Keed General Hospital. Washington. D. C. Camp Jackson, S. C. ' flic army has many fharms for " Siijc s. " ti fl ' I .- MAY SIMPSOX Salixa Kax.sas ( )ric;inal Camp — Wheeler, Macon, Ga. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital, Phila.. Pa. Gynecology — Columljia Hospital. Washington, D. C. Obstetrics — Columbia Hospital, Washington, D. C. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement, N. Y. C. Psycliiatry — McLean Hosjiital, Waverley, Mass. Militar Stations; 1. Camp Wheeler. Ga. 2. Camp Lee, Va. 3. Walter Fieed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Keen on the laws of Kansas. XELL SIMS Ik ix(; Illinois ()rii»inal Camp — Grant. Rockford. 111. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Mem. Hospital. Chicago. 111. Gynecology — St. Luke ' s Hosjiital. X. . C. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111. Military Station.s : 1. Camp Grant. 111. 2. Fort Sheridan. HI. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, IX C. What ' s Iho use of H ' orrying ? 1921. one hundred and forty-five aen I Columbus FLORENCE SLOAX Ohio Orieinal Camp — Camp Sherman. Ohio. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Affiliated Colleges. San Francisco. Gynecology — Stanford Univ. Hospital. San Francisco, Obstetrics — Alexander Maternity Hospital, San Francisco. Public Health — University of California. Military Stations: 1. Camp Sherman, Ohio. 2. l.etterman General Hospital. She is a good mi.rcr. 111. W ' iSCONSIX III. ADA E. SMITH Elkov Orisrina! Camp — Grant. Rockford Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Mem. Hosiiital. ( ' hica i Ciynecology — St. Luke ' s Hosi)ital. N. . C. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111. Military Stations : . Camp Cirant, 111, 2. Fort Sheridan. 111. .1. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washingtiin. D. C " . i rcal zci ' infii arc dying young. I don ' t feci v. ■well myself. " ' ANN E. SMITH MlNNE. rOI,IS M I.VNESUT- Orieinal Camp — Camp Dod.ge, Des Moines, la. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Stanford L ' niv. Hospital. San Francisco. Gynecology — Stanford Univ. Hosp.. San Francisco. 01)stetrics — Stanford L ' niv. Hospi al. .San Francisco. Public Health — University of California. Military Stations ; 1. Camp Dodge, Des Moines, Iowa. 2. Letterman General Hospital. Studious and friz ' olous by turns. CELI.A A. SMITH IlRfMJKLV.V InI]I. N ' . Original C amp — Wadsworth. S. C. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Cook County Hospital. Chicago, 111. Gynecologj — Cook County Hos])ital, Chicago. 111. Obstetrics — Cook County Hospital, Chicago, III. Military Station.s ; 1. Camp Wadsworth. S. C. 2. Fort Sheridan, 111. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington. D. C. .Activities : Social — Dancing. Athletic — Hiking. Lively cver second. 1921. one hundred and forty-six aen .A- Jju. " Ur Yf - FREEDA B. SMITH ' Richland Center VlSi:ONSlN Original Camp — Fort McPherson, Ga. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Illinois Training School. Chicago, 111. Gynecology — Illinois Training School. Chicago. 111. Oljstttrics — Illinois Training School. Chicago, 111. Psychiatry — Chicago State Hospital, Chicago. 111. Military Stations : 1. Fort McPherson, Ga. 2. Fort Sheridan, 111. " Like a bright rainhmf. she. we LILLIAN M. SMITH • colors. 1-C f %) ' Pennsvlvani. S. Gen. Hosp., No. .?. Colonia, N.J. . " l.TOONA Oriafinal Camp- Affiliations : Pediatrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. ' . C. Gynecology — Bellevue Hospital. N. ' i . C. Obstetrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. V. C. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, N. Y. C. Psycliiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations ; 1. Colonia. N. J. 2. Fox Hills. N. Y. Z. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington. D. C. Just loves her ■work. MARY ETHEL SMITH Oyster Bay. Long Island New York Original Camp — Devens. . ' Kyer, Mass. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Boston Floating Hos])ital, Boston. Mass. Gynecology — Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. Boston. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, I ' oston. Mass. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Alilitary Stations : 1. Camp Devens. Mass. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washmgton. D. C. .Activities : .Athletic — ISasketball ; tennis. What was that? An crflosioii. " Oh. no. just Smithy arriiiny. Y i y- ' ' OAxi - - HANNAH B. SMYLIE Omaha Original Camp — Riley, Kansas. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Mem. Hosiiital, Chicago, Gynecolo.gy — St. Luke ' s Hospital, N. Y. C. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111. Military Stations : Neijrakka HI. Fort Riley, Kans. Camp Grant, III. Fort Sheridan, 111. Walter Reed General Hospital. Wholesome to look Washington, D. C. at. -1921.- one hundred and forty-seven Aon ELIZABETH P. S.XODGKASS Meadow View Original Camp — Wheeler, M=ron. Ga. Affiliations : Pediatrics— St. Luke ' s Hospital. X. V. C. (iynecology — University of Maryland, Baltimore, Obstetrics — University of Maryland, Baltimore. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations : 1. Camp Wheeler, Ga. 2. Camp Lee, Va. .i. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C -V.I lady sU ' i ' lts thrnugh cvcryihiiuj. Virginia Md. Md. rb f y yi- r ZARA SOLOMON ' MOXTGOMERV AlABAM. Original Camp — Walti ' r Reed General Hosjiital, Wash- ington, D. C. Atfiliations : Pediatrics — j Gynecology — Received previously — Touro Infirmary, Xew Orleans, La. Obstetrics- Public Health- Psychiatry — } Military Stations : Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington. D. C. . ' ctivities : Social — Married in June to Ethan W. Bixby, Chatta- nooga, Tcnn. The first graduate of tlie . ' Vrmy School of Nursing. Our good iiick to you and yours. ELIZABETH STALLMAN HuTCHiNsox Kansas Original Camp — Meade, Md. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Johns Hopkins Hospital. Baltimore. Md. Gynecology — The ' oman ' s Hosjiital. Baltimore. Md. Olistetrics — The Woman ' s Hospital, lialtimore, Md. Pulilic Health— Henry Street Settlement. N. Y. C. P.sychiatry — Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore. Md. Military Stations: 1. Camp Meade. Md. 2. Walter " Re ' ed- General Hospital. Washington. D. C. 3. Letterman General Hospital, California. " Stahlic. " it ' roug dare not in her frcscncc speak. . J , i J ■ EDNA M. STARKEV ,cr Wisconsin W ' ati-kford Original Camp — Fort McPherson, .Atlanta, Ga. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Bellevue Hospital. N. Y. C. Gynecology — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Olistetric-s — Bellevue Hospital. N. Y. C. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley. Mass. Military Stations : 1. Fort McPherson, Ga. 2. Fox Hills, N. Y. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Wa.shington, D. C. " .lust as ftleasant as she is effieient. " -1921.- one hundred and forty-eight ...JH Aan FRANCES STEKKUERG ' Fi-LTON Illinois Orisinal Camp — Wheeler, Ga. Affiliations : Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hospital. N. ' W C. Gynecology — Peter Bent Krigham Hospital. Boston. Psychiatry— McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Obstetrics — Lyiny-In Hospital, New ' or ' k City, N. Y Military Stations: 1. Camp Wheeler, Ga. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C A girl with a dimple can always smile. ELIZABETH CAMPBELL STEKRETT Le.xi.ngton ' ii«;ini, Orisinal Camp — Wadswortli. S. C. Affiliations : Pediatrics— Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago. III. Gynecology — Michael Reese Hospital. Chicago, 111. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111. P.sychiatry— Chicago State Hospital. Chicago. ID. Military Stations: 1. Camp Wadswortli, S. C. 2. Fort Sheridan. 111. .Activities : . ' thletic- — Swimming and lioating. " A per feet woman. To warn, to comfort and command. ' ' i ) EltEEN E STEW.W¥ ' ' - ' - ' Illi.nois Orieinal Cam]) — Greene, Charlotte, N. C. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Phila. General Hosiiital. Phila., Pa. Gynecology — Phila. General Hospital, Phila., Pa. Obstetrics — Phila. General Hospital, Phila.. Pa, Public Health — Visiting Nurse Society, Pliila.. Pi Military Stations : 1. Camp Greene. N. C. Camp U])ton. N. Y. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington. D. C. " Charily " comes perpetually from her lips. yyx A. c ff lX- -! p- Pli. .NSVL AN ' l. ' Gr ille. S. C. CEL]-:ST1AL E. STRINE Gkttvsbl ' uc Original Camp — Sevier. Affiliations : Gynecology — Columbia Hospital. Washington. D. C. Obstetrics — Columbia Hospital, Washington. 1). C Psychiatry — State Hospital, Chicago. 111. F ' ediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hosp., New Ork City, N. W Military Stations : 1. Camp Sevier, S. C. 2. Camp Tavlor. Kv. 3. Fort Sheridan. 111. 4. Walter Keed General Hospital. ' asliiiigton. D. C. .Activities : Social — Dancing; parties and jiicnics. .Athletic — Tennis. Rank is no object " with Celestial. 1921. one hundred and forty-nine I- = a CV ' Nebraska MABEL B. STROM KlMBALI. Original Cam]) — Fort Dts Moines. Iowa. -Affiliations : Pediatrics— St. Luke ' s Hospital. N. Y. Gynecology — St. Luke ' s Hosi)ital. X. V. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital. Chicago, 111. Military Stations; 1. Fort Des Moines, Iowa. 2. Colonia, N. J. 3. Fox Hills, Staten Island. N. V. 4. Fort .Sheridan. Illinois. 5. Lettcrman General Hospital. .Activities : .Athletic— Military drill; volley ball. A ' rzc Yuri: City was a great a cal cning tn Mabel. C.AKOLIN.A. HENDRICKSON STRlTNG Saint (iKOROE ' s Manok New York ( (riuinal Camp — Greene, Charlotte, N. C. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Brooklyn Hospital. N. Y. C. (iynecology — Brooklyn Hospital. N. Y. C. Obstetrics — I ' rooklyn Hospital. N. Y. C. Public Health — Henry Street .Settlement, X ' . Military Stations : 1. Camp Greene. N. C. 2. Fo.x Hills. N. Y. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington. D. C. In the quiat of the quarters, Or the hustle of the throiuj, You never kno-ai what fun you miss Unless you are Zi. ' ith Strong. Y. C. ' (T y AGNES STUBBS Wisconsin Mll.WAUKKi; ( )riginal Camp — Grant, 111. .Affiliations : Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital. N. Y. C. _ Military Stations : ' . Camp Grant, 111. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington. D. C. Agnes is determined to be a graduate nurse. CjjjJ-P ' jM r . M. ] A. STUCKENBERG Ohio Citv Ohio Original Camp — Sherman. Chillicothe, Ohio. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital. San Francisco. Gynecology — Peter Bent Brigham, Boston. Mass. Obstetrics — Columbia Hospital. Washington, D. C. Military Stations : 1. Camp Sherman, Ohio. 2. Letterman Hospital. Cal. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, V ashington, D. C. Certainly a real sfort. i 1 1921. one hundred and fifty " Pl t Rhouk Island . ' ' ANICETA SULLIVAN ■K ' ewport Original Camp — I ' pton, Long Island. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Phila. General Hospital, Phila., Pa Gynecology — Phila. General Hospital, Pliila.. Pa Obstetrics — Maternity Hospital, Phila., Pa. Pnhlic Health — Visiting Nurse Society, Phila., Pa. Military Stations : Camp I ' pton, N. . Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C. I ' ivacious Jini. Charier member of Equisfiun Club, who aliidxs ' u ' cars her brown. HAZEL M. SUTHERS ' y-OytZ Sti-hc eon B.w Wisconsin Z-- ' ' Original Camp — Beauregard, La. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Cook County Hospital, Cliicago, 111. (iynecology — Cook County Hospital, Chicago, III. Obstetrics — Cook County Hospital, Chicago, 111. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement. N. Y. C. Military Stations : 1. Camp Beauregard, La. I. Cam]i Wadsworth, S. C. .1 Fort Sheridan, 111. 4. Walter Keed Genera! Hospital, Washington, D. C. It ' s iiier lo be natural, -uhcii xoii ' re iiaiurally niet. vO - -Wlieoler, Macuii, (ia. ' YJ ' ' MARGARET R. TELFEI Rkii Oak Oriiiinal Caiuj) Affiliations : Pediatrics — General Hospital, Phila., Pa. Gynecology — General Hospital. Phila.. Pa. Obstetrics — West Pliiladelphia Hospital. Phila Public Health — Visiting Nursing Asso.. Phila, Military Stations : 1. Camp Wheeler. Ga. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital. Wa.shington. D. C Possessed of rare graee and dignity. 1 0 V A Pa. Pa. _)r-i ' VlAR lOX THATCHER Indiana 7VMl«Jiis Original Cam]) — Custer, Michigan. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Cniversity of Minnesota, Minn. Gynecology — University of Minnesota, Mmn. 01).stetrics — Univer.sity of Minnesota, Minn. Psychiatry — Chicago State Hospital, 111. Military Stations : 1. Cam]) Custer, Mich. 2. Camp Sherman. Ohio. 3. Fort Sheridan, 111. 4. Fort Snclling. 5. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C, Activities : Athletic — Volley ball ; drill. " Marion. " To Icnow her was lo love her. T -1921. one hnndred and fifty-one f = 1 " ft6.a v SWARTHMOKE MARN ' A. THATCHER Pen NSVL ASIA N. V. -Upton. Long Island, Club, Presi- yfjir ' w JAKE ' i ' ' THA ' ER -Fort Sam Houston. Texas. Kansas firiginal Camp- Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital, Washington, D. C. Gj ' necology — Peter Bent lirigham, Boston, Mass. Olistetrics — Lying-in Hospital, X, Y. C. Military Stations : 1. Camp Unton. N. Y. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. . ' Vctivities : Social — Charter member of the Obesity F. (). A. N. S., and one of the Fat Rascals, dent of Student Government at Upton. " I ' hr la I ' residcnic. " y MARY WVU Ilf AVEN WORTH ' Original Camp- Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. Gynecology — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. Obstetrics — Barnes Hospital, St. Louis, Mo. Psychiatry — State Hospital, Chicago, 111. Military Stations : 1. Fort .Sam Houston. Texas. 2. Fort Sheridan, 111. Activities : Social — All events held at the Fort. Athletic — Swimming : golf ; tennis. li ' lu ' ii there is a party, Mary ran do her stunt. LILLIAN GERTRUDE THOMPSON SouTHAMPTo. , Long Lslanu New York Original Camp — Dix, N. J. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Gynecology— rBellevuc Hospital. N. V. C. Obstetrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Military Stations: 1. Camp Dix. N. J. 2. Fox Hills, N. Y. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington. D. C. She says little, dues miteli. and gets credit for only half of what she does. ?! RAiToi ' r. MURIEL A. THOMPSON Illinois Original Camp — Wheeler, Macon, Ga. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital. Washington, D. C. Gynecology — W ' oman ' s Hospital. Baltimore, Md. Obstetrics — Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore, Md. P.sychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations; 1. Camp Wheeler, Ga. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, W ' ashington. D. C. She cares not for what hapfens — She sings merrily. ' h 1921. one hundred and fifty-two aan 1 Ci- J-r . FLORA L. THCiMAS ' ' ? -7 Indiana -Camp Greene, Charlotte. N. C. Oritrinal Camp Affiliations : Pediatrics — Post Graduate Hospital, Obstetrics — Lyiiig-In Hospital. N. Y Gynecology — Post (iraduate Hospital Military Stations : Camp Greene, N. C. No. 3. Colonia, N. J. Fox HilLs, N, Y. Walter Reed General Hospital, " Tominic. " She ' s a trim little X. C. N. Y. C. C. W- - of society. Washington. ship on the (f D. C. occvin 1(» .!( ' FLORENCE THORPE Iowa Fall.s Original Cami) — Meade. Md. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Johns Hopkins. Baltimore. Md. Gynecology — Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore. Md. 01)stetrics — Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Psychiatry — Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, Md. Military Stations: Camp Meade. Md, Tomorrow and nty wedding twlls lowy yVt- m M ' ill make a music in the air. io- - Y ' ' ' FLORENCE MADRICA THJD Wausau Wisconsin Original Camp — Walter Reed General Hospital .Affiliations : Pediatrics — Bahy Camp, Brightwood, D. C. ; Chil- dren ' s Hospital. Washington, D. C. Gynecology — Hospital for Women, Baltimore, Md. Obstetrics — Hospital for Women. Baltimore, Md. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley. Mass. Military Stations : . Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington. D. C. .S7ti ' lonys to answer the call from " The Little Grey Home in the ] ' cst. " MARY W. TOBIN " Port Henry New York Original Camp — Wad.= vorth, S. C. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Bellcvue Hospital. N. Y. Gynecology — B ellevue Hospital, N. Y. Obstetrics — Bellevue Hospital. N. Y. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement. N. Y. C. Military Stations: 1. Camp Wadsworth. S. C. 2. Lakewood. Gen. No. 9. N. J. 3. Fox Hills. N. Y. 4. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. 5. Camp Dix, N. J. Mary is a sure cure for the blues and all other diseases That is why she was kept on isolation cases; her wit and laughter are too contagious. -1921. one hundred attd fifty-three aon l vw-t ALICE TOWNE -Camp Kearney, Calif COI.ORAIIU IDAII ()ris;inal Camp- Affiliations : Pediatrics— Affiliated Colleges, San Francisco. Gynecology — Stanford Univ. Hospital, San Francisco Obstetrics — Alexander Maternity Hospital, San Francisco. Pulilic Health — University of California. Military Stations : 1. Camp Kearney. Calif. 2. Letterman General Hospital. .-) of her talent is used to such a good adviintagc. MARGARET ANTHONY TRACY Cincinnati Ohio ( Jriginal Camp — Sherman, Ohio. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Bellcvue Hospital, N. Y. C. Gynecology — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y ' . C. Obstetrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Military Stations : 1. Camp Sherman, (.)hio. 2. Fox Hills. N. Y. 3. Walter Reed Genera! Hospital. Washington, D. C. Mariiaret, uill you ever forget charge duty on the uuluekx " I s " Ohio Pa. Pa. CARRH : TUCKER ClXC IXXATI ( )ri«inal Camp — Jackson, S. C. . ffiliations : Pediatrics — General Hospital, Phila.. Pa. Gynecology — General Hosjiital, Phila., Pa. Obstetrics — West Philadelphia Hospital, Phila., Public Health— Visiting Nursing , sso., Phila., Military Stations: 1. Camp Jackson, S. C. 2. Fort Sheridan, 111. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington. D. C. Present Position : Children ' s Clinic, Baby ' s Milk Fund Association, Cincinnati, Ohio. " Tuck. " Dear sweet Tuck. She always knows what to do and say at the right time. MARGARET TURNER -Camp Wadsworth, S. C, - Illinois TV QV.NCV Original Camp- Affiliations : Pediatrics — Cook County Hospital, Chicago, 111. Gynecology — Cook County Hospital, Chicago. 111. Obstetrics — Cook County Hospital, Chicago, 111. Military Stations ; 1. Camp Wadsworth, S. C. 2. Fort Sheridan, 111. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. 4. Camp Jackson, S. C. " A lover of nature. " V 1921.- one hundred and fifty-four pi.Q.n. OLIVE ROSE TWICHELL Athol Massa-hi-sktts Original Camp — Devcns. Mass. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Boston Floating, Boston, Mass. Gynecology — Newton Hospital, Mass. Obstetrics — Newton Hospital, Mass. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, N. V. C. Military Stations : 1. Camp Devens, Mass. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C. OIlic, ha-rc yon signed that pay-mil? MINA TYSON 7 l Pr.mrik Depot Ohio Ori(jinal Camp— Sheridan. Montgomery. .Ma. Affiliations : Pediatrics— Children ' s Memorial, Chicago, 111. Gynecology — St. Luke ' s Hospital. N. Y. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital. New York. Psychiatry— Bloomingdale Hosp.. White Plains, N. Y. Military Stations: 1. Camp .Sheridan, . " Xla. 2. Camp Grant, 111. 3. Fort Sheridan, 111. 4. Walter Reed General Hos|)ital. Washington. D. C. Activities : Social— Camo Representative f ir A. S. N. Annual, 1921. intr lo7 ' c ' d thee, not alone for Ihy beauty. lOSIE ]•:. VANDEiaVALL Phillips Wisconsin Original Camp — Grant. 111. Affiliations : Pediatrics— Michael Reese Hosi)ita!. Chicago. 111. Gynecologv— Michael Reese Hospital. Chicago. 111. Obstetrics— Lying-l 11 Hospital, Chicago, 111. Military Stations : 1. Camp Grant, 111. 2. Fort Sheridan. 111. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C. Josie. the nurse -H ' tth the ( olden hair. CAMILLA MARION VAN PELT BooNTox New Jeusky Original Camp— Fo.x Hills. Staten Island, N. Y. Affiliations : , Pediatrics — Post Graduate Hospital, N. . C. Gynecology— Post Graduate Hospital, N. ' . C. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, N. Y. C. Militarv Stations: 1. Fo.x Hills. N. Y. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D, C. " Cainuty. ' ' " Wait. " 1 T 1921. hundred and fifty-five aen. ESTHER VAN SCOVK Kan ' sa? Illinois f)ri ,nnal Cam]) — Wadsworth, S. C. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Cook County Hospital, Chicago, III. Gynecology — Cook County Hospital, Chicago. 111. Obstetrics — Cook County Hospital, Chicago, 111. P.sychiatry — Illinois State Hospital, Chicago, 111. Military Stations: 1. Camn Wadsworth. S. C. 2, Fort " Sheridan, 111. Activities : Social — Dancing. Atliletic — Swimming : howling. " All I ask to have given mc is a crust of bread and liberty. " FRANCES E. VAN VOAST S( HEXECT-Miv New York Orisiinal Cam]) — Dix, N. J. Affiliations : Pediatrics — liellevuc Hospital, N. Y. C. Gynecology — Belleviie Hospital, N. Y. C. Ohstctrics — Bclleviic Hospital, N. ' . C. Military Stations: 1. Camp Dix, N. J. 2. Fox Hills, N. . 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington. D. C. I ' an on the wards: coming, here, finished, ( one. .4 oV ESTHER VICTORY Wisconsin 1 Berlin Original Camp — Grant, Illinois. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital, Chicago, 111. Gynecology — Colimihia Hospital, Washington. D. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital. Chicago, 111. Psychiatry — State Hos])ital, Chicago, 111. Alilitary Stations: 1. Camp Grant, 111. 2. Fort Sheridan. 111. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. Leave it to Esther. W ' • GRACE VILLEMONTE 0 Fesnimohe Wisconsin Original Camp — Greene, Charlotte, N. C. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Brooklyn Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. Gynecology — Brooklyn Hospital. Brooklyn, N. Y. Obstetrics — Brooklyn Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement, N. Y. C. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital. Waverley, Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp Greene, N. C. 2. Fox Hills, N. Y. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington. D. C. Activities : Athletic — Volley ball Conscientious is our Grace. -1921, 0)ie hundred and fifty-si.i ' I- aen. ' ' MARGUERITE M. VIZNER FORI) Connecticut Original Camp — Fox Hillp. Statcn Island. N. Y. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. ' ' . C. Gynecology — Bellevue Hospital, X. ' . C. Obstetrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. ' . C, Psychiatry — McLean Hospital. W ' averley, Mass. Militarv Stations : 1. Fox HiHs. N. y. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. . ' ctivities : Social — Dancint; : card playing. Athletic — Basehall. " Well, I siiii Iy can ' t enjoy myself if I dnn ' t like a f ' ersnn " BELLE M. WAGNER Chatt. nooga Tennessee Original Camp — Jackson. S. C, Affiliations : Pediatrics — St, Luke ' s Hospital. N. Y. C. Gynecology — I ' niversity Hospital, Baltimore, Md, Obstetrics — University Hospital, Baltimore. Md. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverlcy, Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp Jackson. S. C. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington. D, C, The fai ' -haired Itidy from Tennesse is a real Snulhcni " Belle. " f - ' GERTRUDE O. WAHL Barron Wisconsin Original Camp — Beauregard, .Alexandria, La. .Affiliations : Pediatrics — Cook County Hospital. Chicago, 111. Gynecology — Cook County Hospital, Chicago, 111. Obstetrics — Cook County Hosi)ital, Cliicago, 111. Military Stations : 1, Camp Beauregard, La. 2. Camp Wadsworth, .S. C. ,3. Fort Sheridan. 111. 4. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C. 5. Camp Jackson. S. C Activities : Social — President of student body at Fort Sheridan " hew hearts like hers luith virtue tvarmed. Few heads with knowledge so informed. " MARIE ANTOINETTE WALL EAf Ci.AiRE Wisconsin Original Camp — Fort McPherson. .Atlanta, Ga. .Affiliations : Pediatrics — Cook County Hospital, Chicago, 111. Gynecology — Cook County Hospital. Chicago, 111. Obstetrics — Cook County Hospital, Cliicago, III, Military .Stations : 1. Fort McPherson, Ga. 2. Fort Sheridan, 111. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. .Activities : Athletic — Swimming, tennis. Never a rose without a thorn. f -1921.- hundred and fifty-seven !• A6,a c ■ " ' ..._. ......... ' CoLTON SoiTH Dakota Original Camp — Camp Grant, Illinois. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Memorial Hosp., Chicago, 111. Gynecology — Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, 111. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111. Public Health— University of California. Military Stations : 1. Camp Grant, Illinois. 2. Fort Sheridan. Illinois. 3. Letterman General Hospital. - ctivities : Athletic — Military drill. ( ' )• ambition — to be an ideal nurse. Ilmnois D. C. class. . V. C. MABEL WALLACE V.-VLMEVF-K Original Camp — Beauregard, La. .Affiliations : Pediatrics — Ilhnois Training School, Chicago, 111. Gynecolog} — lUmois Training Schcol, Chicago, 111, Obstetrics — Illinois Training School. Chicago. 111. Psychiatry— Chicago State Hospital. Chicago. 111. .Military Stations : 1. Camp Beauregard, La. 2. Camp Wadswortli. S. C. 3. Fort Sheridan, III. 4. Walter Fteed General Hospital. Washington .Activities : Athletic — Calisthenics. . Mabel has the wisdom of th S " " ' ELSIE R. WEAVER -Wi PEKIN Original Camp — Wlieclcr. Macon, Ga. .Affiliations : Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hospital Gynecology — University of Md.. Baltimore, Obstetrics — L niversity of Md., Baltimore, Md. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Wa erlty, Mass. Military Stations : 1. Camp Wheeler, Ga. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington. D. C, HIsie is not as quid as she looks: she is al yy ' Z r ' MARION EMILYKTELD ' ' ' North .Apams Original Camp — Devens. .Ayre, Mass. .A ffiliations : Pediatrics Floating Hospital. Boston, Mass. Gynecology — Newton Hospital, Newton, Mass. Obstetrics — Newton Hospital, Newton. Mass. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, N. Y. C Military Stations : 1. Camp Devens, Mass. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C Marion ivas a lady, Marion n ' as a pal. But then she iveni to Xo. Si And now she ' s a different gal. — Cookoo. Illinois Md. a s read ' ' ' ■ 0 ' Ma.ssachl ' SETTs 1921.- one hundred and fifty-eight aon CATHARINE JOY WELLINGTON Waltham Massachlsett Original Camp — Devens. Aver, Mass. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Floating Hospital, ISoston, Mass. Gynecology — Mass. General Hospital, Boston. Mass Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Boston, Mass. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement. N. V C Military Stations : 1. Camp Devens, Mass. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Kate is right there for all the fun. ' •■ yyy MARY JOSEPHINE WELSH Illinois GlLDEKTS Original Camp — Grant, 111. .■ ffiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Memorial Hosp., Chicago. II! Gynecology — St. Luke ' s Hospital. N. ' S ' . C. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, IH. Military Stations : 1. Camp Grant, 111 2. Fort Slieridan, 111 3. Walter Reed General Hospital. ashington, D. C. Our innocent Marv. yyvAo . -, ;- DOROTHY WEMPLI py West New Brighton Statex Islami, N. Y. Original Camp— Fox Hills, N. Y. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Nursery and Child ' s Hosjiital. N. ' . C Gynecology — Nursery and Child ' s Hospital. N. Y. C. Obstetrics — Nursery and Child ' s Hospital. N. Y. C. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale, White Plains. X. Y. Mditarv Stations : 1. Fox Hills. N. Y. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washin.gton, D. C. .Activities : Social — Dancing. Athletic — Field Day sports, baseball, basketball, ten- nis, volleyball. IV hat difference docs it make: ' " i y -rYl. ELIZABETH WEMPl.E New liiiicHTO.N Staten Island, N. Y. Original Camp— Fox Hills. N. Y. . ffiliations : Pediatrics — Post Graduate Hospital, N. Y. C. Gynecology — Post Graduate Hosjiital. N. Y. C. Oiistetrics — Lying-in Hos])ital, N. " ' . C. Military Stations : 1. Fox Hills, N. Y. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, WashingtoiL D. C. " Lis:: " " Call me early. Huh! Maryl ' " CK ' ' -1921. one hundred and fifty-nine aan X-A ' j yyp- ]i si.EV WETMORE jy ' MiLWAiKKE Wisconsin Original Camp — Walter Reed General Hospital. Wasli- ineton. D. C. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Floating Hospital. Boston. Ma.ss. Gynecology — Mass. Cieneral Hospital. Boston. Mass Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, N. Y. C. Psychiatry — Bloomingdale Hosp., White Plains, X. Y Military Stations : Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. " One of the reasons why the Army School of Xiirsiiig is a Success. " Jj ' ' x . V - MAk ■ RICE WHEELER .• sHl.ANii ( )ri " inal Camp — Fort McF ' herson. (ia. AlTiliations ; Pediatrics— Belleviie Hospital. " . C. (gynecology — Licllevue Hospital, K. ' . C. Obstetrics — liellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Military Station.s ; 1. Fort McPhersun, Ga. 2. Fox Hills, N Y. 3. Walter Reed Genera! Hospital Wisconsin Washington, D. C. " Mary " — She is our athletic yirl. LILLIAN C. WHITE . " XuKOK.K Illinois Original Camp — Custer, llattle Creek. .Mich. Affiliations : Pediatrics — L ' niversity Hospital. Minneapolis, Minn. Gyneccjlogy — University Hospital, Minneapolis, Minn. Obstetrics— University Hospital. Minneapolis. Minn. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement. X. Y. C. Military Stations : 1. Camp Custer. Mich. 2. Camp Sherman. Ohio. 3. Fort Sheridan. 111. 4. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington, D. C. " Hillie " — .i7ii- hn ' cs her bed. SARAH ELIZABETH WHITE Chester Soith Carolin. t)riginal Camp — Wad.sivorth, .Spartanburg. S. C. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Cook County Hospital. Chicago. 111. Gynecology — Cook County Hospital, Chicago. 111. Obstetrics — Cook County Hospital, Chicago, 111, Military Stations : 1. Camp Wadsworth, S. C. 2. Fort Sbrridan. 111. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Wasliington, D. C. 4. Camp Jackson (emergency work). S. C. Poise for all situations. i f -1921. one hundred and sixtv !• aen MARTHA ETHEL V -HITENER Sheuill ' s Ford North Cakoijn.v Orijjinal Camp — Hancock, Ca. Afliliations : Pediatrics — Cook County Hospital. Chicago. 111. Gynecology — Cook County Hos])ita!. Chicago, 111. Dhstt ' trics — Cook County Hospital. Chicago, 111. Psychiatry — Chicago Stale Hospital, Chicago, III. Military Stations : 1. Camp Hancock, Ga. 2. Fort McPherson, Ga. .1. Fort Sheridan. 111. .Activities: • Atliletic — Tennis, swimming. Martha, a true Ciiraliiiluii. WHITLOCK Jli.ixois Beanregard. .Alexandria, L; ( iriginal Camp- .Mfiliations : Pediatrics — Illinois Training School. Chicago. III. Gynecnlony — Cools Comity Hospital. Chicago, 111. Obstetrics — Cook County Hospital, Chicago, III. Psychiatr — State Hospital. Chicago, 111. Military Stations : 1. Cam]) ileaurcgard, La. 2. Cani|) Wadsworth. .S. C. 3. Fort Sheridan, III. 4. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington. D. C. Site ' s a lady trim and neat, III her leiirk .site ' s hard to heat. y vj X-l ' RUTH P. K. i:ori.ii Original Camp — Fi New York. New York. New ' ' ork. K. WHITMORE .Arka.ns.xs i.x Hills, .Staten Island, N. Y. .Affiliations : Pediatrics — Bellevue Hospital Gynecology — Bellevue Hospital Ohstetrics — Bellevue Hospital, Military .Stations : 1. Fo ' x Hills, Staten Island. N 2. Fort .Sheridan. Illinois. .1 Lettertnan General Hospital. .Activities : .Athletic— Military Drill. System Is Iter middl, KWAW WIDDICOMBE Dknver CoLQR. no Original Cam]) — Fort Sam Houston, Texas. Affiliations : Pediatrics — St. Louis Children ' s, St. Louis, Mo. Gynecology — Barnes Hospital, St. Lo uis. Mo. Obstetrics — Barnes Hospital. St. Louis. Mo. Public Health — L ' niversity of California. Military Stations : 1. Fort .Sam Houston. Texas. 2. Jefferson Barracks, Mo. 3. Letterman General Hospital. Activities : Social — Amateur theatricals. The world ktioz -s little of its greatest n ' oinen. 1921. one hundred and si.vl -oiic a.6.n. yfy V. nc iK ' ilh thoughts. .W VERONICA H. WIEMALS New RotKFORi) North Dakota Original Camp — Fort Dcs Moines, Iowa. Artiliavions : Pediatrics— St. Luke ' s. New York City. Gynecology — St. Luke ' s, New York City. Obstetrics — Lying-in, Cliicago, III. Militar} Stations: Fort Des Moines, Iowa. C jlonia, N. J. Fo.x Hills, Staten Island, N. Fort Sheridan. 111. Letterman General Hospital. Activities : Athletic — Military drill. O fair Muse, iiisl iri ■ ( HATTIK liLADEX WILLCOXON Manassas Virginia Original Camp — Wlieeler, Macon, Ga. Affiliations : Pediatrics— St. Luke ' s Hospital, N. V. C. Gynecology — University of Md., Baltimore. Md. Olistctrics — University of Md., Baltimore. Md. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital. ' averlcy. Mass. Alilitary Stations: 1. Cam]) Wheeler, Ga. 2. Camp Lee, Va. .3. Walter Reed Genera! Hospital. Washington, D. C. One of Viryinia ' s proud diniglitcrs. uluvys dignified and a splendid nurse. HARRIET N. WILLETT Sl(,AK(:i o E Pexnsvlvaxia Original Camp — Hancdck. .Augusta, Ga. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Iiruoklyn Huspital. N. Y. C. (iynecology — f rooklyn Hcjspital. N. . C. Obstetrics — Brooklyn Hospital. N. Y. C. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital. ' averley, Mass. Military Stations : 1. Camp Hancock. Ga. 2. Fort McPheison. Ga. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Activities : Social — Dancing : card playing. Athletic — Swimming ; hikes ; tennis. Heneefor ' h In- mine a life of aetinn and reality. EUGENIE WILLISTON New Haven Con.ve Original Catup — Grant, Rockford, 111. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Memorial. Chicago. 111. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital. Chicago, 111. Military Stations : 1. Camp Grant, 111. 2. Fort Sheridan. 111. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington. D. C. Activities : Athletic— First Lieutenant, Co. C, Student Nurses drill at Camp Grant. 111. " Gene " — Sweet and plump, but ali -ays kind. I .vEcncF? ; -1921 iit ' hundred and si.vly-livo A6.a JULIA GARDXER WILSON WORCESTEK M ASS ACHl- SETTS Original Camp — Dcveiis. Avlt, Mass. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Floating Hospital. Boston, Mass. Gynecology — Newton Hospital, Newton, Mass. Obstetrics — Newton Hos])ital, Newton. Mass. Public Heal th— Henry Street Settlement, N. Y. C. Psychiatry — McLean Hosiiital, W ' averley, Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp Devens, Mass. 2. Walter Fleed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Sdiiii-thiiif yan i ' cnitrd In kiii ' ,c? .tsk Julia: slir r ifc -LEONORA BRADLEY WING Hampton ' New Hami ' Shiue Original Camp — I)ix, X. J. .Affiliations : Pediatrics — Presbyterian Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. Gynecology — Presl)yterian Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. 01)Stetrics — Presbyterian Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, N. Y. C. I ' sychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley. Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp Dix, N. J. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. " riisalilc (thcl iiiialciiUil ' lc — (in artist by nature, c writer by lastc. and .a nnrsc by fate. " _L i yn - ' - ' " ' ' KTH J. WISER • • v. tbe» ' ' . ' f }yv ' Chaleo.xt PKx ' R fi.v.xit , Tiriginal Camp — Wheeler. Macon. Ga. " J ' Affiliations: ' • -i ' Pediatrics— Children ' s Hospital. Philadelphia, Pa. W " Gynecology — Columliia Hospital for Women, W ' ash- ington, I). C. Olistctrics -Cohmiliia Hospital for Women, Wash- ington, 1). C. Pul)iic Health -Henry Street Settlement, N. Y. C. Psychiatry— McLean Hospital, Wayerley. Mass. Military Stations: 1. Camp Wheeler, Ga. 2. Camp Lee, a. .3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C, Activities : Social— Camp Representative, .A. S. N. Annual, 1921, Elhel I i7 ' cs Ike Irish. .Isle Pal Murphy. DOROTHY ' WOODWORTH SvKAi rsE New York Oiiginal Camp— Cleneral Hospital No. 3, Colonia, N. J. .Affiliations: Pediatrics — Port Graduate Hospital, N. ' . Ciynecology — Post Graduate Hospital, N. Y. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, N. Y. C. I ' svchiatrv— lUoomingdale Hosp., White Plains. N. Y. Public Health— Henr)- Street Settlement, N. Y. C. Military Stations : Colonia. N. J. Walter Reed General Hos])ita!. Washington. D. C. Activities : Social — Music. U ' oodw thy name is niii.ne. •;•) 1921. (1 (1- hnudred and si.vly-thrce P fton HELEN L. WOODWOKTH W ' ATEKTdw.N New Vokk Original Camp — Huniphrcv , Va. Affiliatidiis : Pediatrics — Floating Hospital, Boston, Mass. Gynecology — Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Boston. 01)stetrics — Lying-in Hospital. X. ' . C. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement. X. ' i . C. Military Stati(jns : 1. Camp Hnm|)lireys. Va. 2. Walter Keed General Hospital. Washington, D. C. " yoii need a helj ' iiu hand !■(})■ any zt ' HC in this -.cide hind He sure that ytni i ill find a friend in " Woody. " " ILASKI t yy- ALICE M. WVLER . " lnw. ( )riginal Cam]) — Fort Oglethorpe, (ia. .Affiliations : Pediatrics — Presbyterian Hosi ital. Philadelphia. Pa. Gynecology — Presliyteriaii Hospital. Philadelphia. Pa. ()listetrics — Presliyterian Ho.spital, Philadeli)hia, Pa. r ' n))lic Health — X ' isiting Nurse Society, Phila, Pa. Military Stations: 1. Fort Oglethorpe, Ga. 1. Camp Meade, Md. .1 Walter Iveeil Tieneral Hospital. Wasliington, D. C. , eonseientiinis zior ,-er. ■ 1 ,r , .. Illinois S. C. ' . M. K ■ S. " lOKAX Cnu , (,o ( )riginal Camp — adsworth, Spananbur .Affiliations : Pediatrics — Ilellevne Hospital, X. . C. (iynecoldgy — Bellcvne Hospital, N. ' . C. ( ilistetrics— Bellcvne Hospital, N. Y. C. Public Health — Henry Street Settlement, X. ■. C Military Stations: 1. Camp Wadsworth, S. C 2. Lake wood, X. 1. .- ,V Fox Hills, X. " y. " 4. Fort Sheridan. Jli. 5. Walter Keed General Hospital. Washington. D. C. . ctivities : Social — C amp Kepresentative for A. S. X., .Annual 1921. Calm, cool and eollccted — surely sJie ii ' rise in th C s. W. TUM IK ( )riginal Camp — Fort Ivil Affiliations : Pediatrics — Cliildren ' s Memorial. Chicago. 111. Obstetrics — Chica.go Lying-in, Chicago, 111, Public Health — University of California. Military Stations : 1. Fort Riley. Kansas. 2. Camp Grant, 111, ,1. Fort .Sheridan. III. ■J. Letterman General Hosi ital. .Activities : Athletic — Military Drill. I ' aried are the nieauini s of her shy little smile v ' com :tta ' oumans Kansas. K. NS- ' s -1921. one hundred and sixty-four B.6.a LELIA MAE YOUNGLOVE Wautoma Wisconsin Original Camp — Fort McPher5on, Ga. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Bellcvuc Hospital, N. Y. C. Gynecology — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Obstetrics — Bellevue Hospital. N. Y. C. Ffychiatry — McLean Hospital. VVaverlcy, Mass. Military Stations : 1. Fort McPlierson. Ga. 2. Fox Hills, N. Y. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. AnqcVic Lclxa — i on didn ' t hiw ' u- her. yn i ivoiild say " Yes " LOUISE ZETZSCHE .Ashley Illinois Original Camp — Fort Oglethorpe. Ga. Affiliations: Gynecology — Newton Hospital, Newton, Mass. Obstetrics — Newton Hospital. Newton. Mass. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital. Waverley. Mass. Pediatrics — St. Luke ' s Hospital, N. Y. C. Military Stations ; 1. Fort O.iilethorpe. Ga. 2. Camp Meade. Md. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington. D. C When she ' s good, she ' s very, T ' cry (joad — but — irf _ WT- ' 0 ESTHER FRANCES BACON Boston Massai ihsf.tts Original Camp — Colonia, N. J. , ffiliations : Pediatrics — Nursery and Child ' s Hospital, N. Y. C. Gynecology — Mass. General Hospital, Boston, Mass. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, N. Y. C. Military Stations : 1. Colonia, N. J. 2. Fox Hills, N. Y. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. .Activities: Social — Amateur theatricals. Ahvays ready to give adviee to the lonesome. HELEN BETTS Enclewoop New Jersey Original Camp — Meade. Md. Affiliations: Pediatrics — Johns Hopkins Hospital. Baltimore. Md. Obstetrics — Woman ' s Hospital. Baltimore. Md. Gynecology — Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore. Md. Psychiatry — Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Military Stations: 1. Camp Meade, Md. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Wash:ngton, D. C. Charms strihe the sight, hut merit wins the soul. 1921 one hundred and si.rty-five Aoa IDA MAE CONFER Huntington Pennsylvania , y}0 Original Camp — Camp Jackson, S. C. , YV ' Affiliations : Gynecology — Peter Bent Brigham, Boston, Mass. Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Boston, Mass. Psychiatry — McLean Hospital, Waverley, Mass. Military Stations : Camp Jackson, S. C. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. know it is a sin for me to sit and grin. y.» W GRACE K. CORDON Hendersonville North Carolina Original Camp — Jackson, Columbia, S. C. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Presbyterian Hospital, Phila., Pa. Gynecology — Presbyterian Hospital, Phila., Pa. Obstetrics — Presbyterian Hospital, Phila., Pa. Public Health — Presbyterian Hospital, Phila., Pa. Military Stations : 1. Camp Jackson. S. C. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. " Cordon. " Always ready for adventure, either athletic or professional. BEULAH L. GOULD Boston Massachusetts Original Camp— Wadsworth, S. C. Affiliations : Pediatrics— Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. Gynecology— Bellevue Ho spital, N. Y. Obstetrics — Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. Public Health— Henry Street Settlement, N. Y. C. Military Stations : 1. Camp Wadsworth, S. C. 2. Lakewood. 3. Fox Hills, N. Y, 4. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. And the little mole on her lip gave her distinction. • 1 1 HAZEL HUTCHESON Grand Forks North Dakota Original Camp— Meade, Md. Affiliations : Pediatrics— Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Gynecology— Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Obstetrics— Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Psychiatry— Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Military Stations : 1. Camp Meade, Md. 2.Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C Activities ; Social — Dancing. Athletic — Tennis. She follows her own suieet will. 1921. one hundred and si.vly-six 1 I fton GUSTIE OLIVIA JOHNSON " ifjiNcsviLLE Pennsylvania Original Camp — Wads worth, Spartanburg, S. C. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Bellevuc Hospital, N. Y. C. Gynecology — Bellevne Hospital, N. V. C. Obstetrics — Btillevue Hospital, N. Y. C. P.sychiatry — Bloomingdalc Hosp., White Plains, N. Y. Military Stations : 1. Camn Wadsworth, S C. 2. Fox Hills, N. Y. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D, C. 4. Camp Dix. N. J. A maiden demure. MAl-ni-: LITTLETON Xewpurt Akkansa.s Original Camp — McPherson, Georgia. Altiliations : Gynecology — Illinois Training School, Chicago, III. Obstetrics — Chicago State Hospital, Illinois. Military Stations : 1. Cami) McPlierson, Ga. 2. Fort Sheridan. 111. Oiiiel reliniiii and snniH, al intrsiin she is best of all. CORRIE W. LONG Bk; Stone Gap Virginia Original Camp — Wadsworth, S. C. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Post Graduate Hospital. N. Y. C. Gynecology — Post Graduate Hospital, N. ' . C. (.)bstetrics — Lyiny-In Hospital, X. Y. C. Military Stations : 1. Camii Wadsworth. 2. U. S. Gen. H.jsi ital, No. 3, X. J. 3. Walter Reed General Hospital, V ' ashington, D. C. 4. Cump Jackson, S. C. you ' .i ' ant a " shark " at nursiiui. eall Cnrrie. ll ' e hear that she is goinii to s( eeiah:c in " speeialiiuj ' ' at W. R. G. II. l ' Uf r MAk ' 1 ' . McDowell HAKKisni-kt; Pennsylvania ( iriginal Camp — Dix. X. J. .Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Hospital Pliila., Pa. Gynecology — F ' hila. General Hospital, Phila., Pa. Obstetrics — West Phila. Hosp. for Women. Phila., Pa. Public Health — Visiting Nursing . sso., P ' hila., Pa. Military Stations : 1. Camp Dix, X. J. 2. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Activities : Social — .Ml class parties. Athletic — Enthusiast. Smiles by the millinii has she. and she is nut stingy with lliem, either. 1921 one liundred and si.rty-seven I " A6n - Y -fi FLORENCE MUNFORD CoLLEGK Springs Original Camp — Camp Grant, Illinois. Affiliations : Pediatrics — Children ' s Mem. Hospital. Chicago. Gynecology — St. Luke ' s Hosp., New York City, Obstetrics — Lying-in Hospital, Chicago, 111. Military Stations : Camp Grant, Illinois. Fort Sheridan, 111. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Plodding onward and t(l ward ail of the tini Iow. III. N. Y. WINIFRED SCHRUERS On- Cnv Pennsylvania Original Camp — Camp Meade, Md. AflSiiations : Pediatrics— Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. „ Psychiatry Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. , fJ Gynecology— Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore, Md. fr Obstetrics — Woman ' s Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Military Stations : Camp Meade. Md. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Once in N. V. C. means her essence of hafypiness. - ) PHOEBE I. C. SWENSON Chicago Illinois Original Canip--Sherman, Ohio. Affiliations ; Pediatrics— Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Gynecology— Bellevue Hospital. N. Y. C. Obstetrics— Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. Military Stations: 1. Camp Sherman, Ohio. 2. Camp Custer. Mich. 3. Fox Hills. N. Y. 4. Fort Sheridan, Chicago. III. 5. Walter Reed General Hospital, Washington, D. C. Aluays looking for knozvlcdge. 1921. one hundred and sixty-eight rl- Pi.Qn. ©riginal Camps -1921- one hundred and sixty-nine pi.Q.a CAMP EKAURI ' :GARn. LA. 1. Beaihkgarii Umt at Camt Wapswokth 2. Blue-bird Alley J. Caftain Ckachoit 1 1921 oiii- liiiitdnd and seventy I " ftaa Camp peauregarb Alexandria, La. Representative — Frances Nevison TO MY CADUCEUS! Because of you ] bear aloft the standard Of high resolve — ideals pure and true; And to ignoble thoughts I have not pondered Because of you. t)£ iBeauregarb Winit An aviator, flying over the great pine forest across the Red [ iver from Alexandria, La., noted Camp Stafford, an old Confederate camp, and cho.se the site as the location of Camp Beauregard. Rack in the antebellum days that section of Louisiana meant little to the fifty of us when living at our homes in the Middle ' est and South, ' et since our arrival there in October we have fondly claimed that jjlace as the one where we gathered our first impressions of camp and hospital life. It was here that we. tired from our new work among those suffering with influenza, found our army cot in the tents on Rluebird Allev a welcome ; and even though the mosquito netting over our cot at night made captive the buzzing, biting mosquito, which army regulation meant to keep out, we slept soundly in the ozone atmosphere. In spite of the fact that our sojourn at Camp Pieauregard extended over a period of a little more than two months, our ward duty, our class work with recitations in the little school house, our cha] eroned walks and weekly trips to Hotel Bently for civilian eats are subjects for lengthy chats. During December the training school at this po.st was discontinued, foriv-five of us made a journey along the Red River and the Mississippi to New Orleans, and then to Camp Wacfsworth, S. C. entering as the fourth class there and designated as the Beaure- gard Unit. TO THE NURSE IN BLUE You ' re like the sweet forget-me-nots That in our gardens grow. For you ' re dressed in blue with a heart of gold, . s surely I should know. K )t Hetterman eauregarb (group We ' re not much of a group. We ' re like Army pea-soup — If you search thru and thru ' ou will find one or two. There ' s just Margaret and Vi- And we ' re not very high. But we both do our best And keep up with the rest. The First and the I st Of the Beauregard Class- -Ml now. as then, For the A. S. N. We extend our preetings- . nd hope for meetings With our Orig. ' nal Few — Our Classmates in Bine. 1921. one hundred and seventy-one 1921. I- aon. m. . (ieneral ? ospital, J?o. 3 Colon ia, X. J. Representative, Adkl.mdk Hughes 0m Bapg at Colonia Oct. 15. Well, we ' re all here. There are ihirty-six of u.s. all lalkiiiLj at once. " Oh, do you come from X ' ermont? 1 come from Park I ' lace my.self. " " Ves, 1 j, ' Ot just a dozen and a half collars and cuff.s. and two lairs of shoes. Jusl whai ihe circular said. " " Isn ' t she stunning? And she shakes hands with everyone! " It has heen a long and wearv day, so 1 guess we ' ll sleep well in our new beds. ( )ct. It). Pep all gone. Why do they insist on sticking needles into us ' )ct. 17. Thev have the strangest signs along the Iwardwalk. cl. 18. lust before we came they had a terrible tire. So we are doing guard dut - in ( " luarters. Alarion told the boys we carry guns, !)ul we don ' t. ( )ct. ,il. Susan was seen oni last night. There was a full moon. Xov. 10. We liad our dance last night. .And we wore evening dresses, too. The officers thought the floor was good, though I don ' t see how fliry knew. Dec. 10. Classes are in full swing, but " ImtsI in the liearls of the student nurses is bacteriology. " Ian. 1. Xew ' er.r ' s dance last night. Moonlight waltz- -confetti. Hand shaking — horns. Some doings ! l " el). 1. Mary signed a pass for a patieni yesterday. l ' " unn - thing -it wasn ' t (luestioned. But ihen the guards can ' t read luiglish not that Marv is English. March 15, At last we are among the " best dressed women of the world. " Probation is over. We have our street uniforms. .April 1. We made a pile of money last night al a cami al. (ioing to get a top for Maud. Who is Maud? How do we know: we never rode in her. June 1 . l-dur little mirses, .sitliiiR " ncath a tree, .AloiiK came a Major and tlicii there were three. Three little nurse.s. looking very blue: A Captain toddled up and then there were two. Two little nurses, feeling tliey ' d been done ; But along came a Lieut, and then there was one. One little nursic, ready for a cry ; Private saunters up — hut be walks right by. luly . 1. tk)od-bve, Colonia. We rode away in a horrid old bu.s — on our ay to Fox Hills. f)ne of the boys wrote such a sweet poem : We miss our little Studeni Nurses. W ho carried on, ' mid Doughboy curses. Brought on by ether ' s fumes : Who toiled and cleaned and folded gauze, . ' nd never faltered in the cause. Who rose at dawn and studied late. Few privileges they could rate. For they were still in training. 1921 one hundred and scvcnly-lhrci V. ft6.a ' Q maemS , , CAMP CUSTER 1. SmiKNTs Past Time 6. Miss DoucHtRTv asd Miss Chaffee 2. OuK First Sorkow 7. Camp Custer 3. Affiliation 8. Barracks " D " 4. Blue-I!IRI)s Oct. 21st, 1918 9. Bathinx Beach 5. Affiliation at Union Hospital, Minn.. Oct. 21, 1919 -1921 1 one hundred and seventy-four pi.Qn. Camp Cutter Battle Creek. Mich. Representative. A nick I. ' jxe.m.l The slanting rays of the October sun shone brightly, lighting up the little office of Quarters 1, where one by one thirty-seven girls re])orted for duty on the 2Lst day of the month, 1918. Just across the road from this stood the Mess Hall, v -here they were to assemble that evening to take the oath of allegiance, and where also they were to scramble onto the benches at the back of the room to eat their sweet potatoes and celery. A corridor led from this to iheir home. Barracks D, where each was to have her turn as M. P., seeing that the lights were out on time, quiet hour enforced, and the rules of the .Student (lOvernniem followed. Owing to the influenza epidemic eight members of the class, as well as the Director, Miss Bessie Chaffee, were unable to answer the call vmtil November 4. C msequently real class work did not begin until that time, although demonstra- tions and ward work, under the supervision of Aliss W ' essinger, began immedi- ately. Miss Katherine Dougherty. Chief Nurse, and Col. Ernest E. Irons, Com- manding Officer, took .special interest. Busy days passed, with drill under Captain Mennefee. skating on Iiaglc Dake. dances at the Red Cross House to the excellent music of the Base Hos- ])ital Band, and movies at the ' ' Y " and " K. of C. " as forms of recreation. Cirad- u;dly, because of ill health, the call of the old life, or victims of Cupid, .girls resigned until only twenty-six completed the ])robationarv period. Following this came night dutv in laboratorv. operating room and the arrival of twenty " Bluebirds " ' from Camp Shelby. Miss. Then radical changes. Colonel Irons was transferred to the Surgeon-CieneraFs Office, the Base Hospital closed, and the original class was sent to Cam]) .Sherman. Ohio. April 1st. leaving the remainder of the class with our Chief Nurse and Director to be sent to Fort McPherson, Ga. .A hot but pleasant summer was passed at Camp .Sherman, with horseback riding, trips to the Pie House and Exchange Theater, walks over the hill and picnics by the Red School House in ofi ' -duty hours, until the middle of August, when division came because of affiliations. Three of the number were sent to Belle ue, N. Y.. ten to F " ort Sheridan. III., and thence to the University of Minnesota Hospital at Minneapolis, and tlie remainder to .San Francisco. Cak. for their affiliations and Army work at the Letterman Cjeneral Ho.spital. On this, the eve of graduation, one girl is doing jirivate duty in Chicago, having finished the course January 21st, nine are in the Yest, and eight, the remainder of the class, are in New York and at the ' alter Reed General Hospital. To the class many ])!easant as well as unpleasant experi- ences have come, but none will hold such a hallowed place in the heart of each girl as those of Camp Custer at Battle Creek. Mich. We wish to express our appreciation to our most highly esteemed Command- ing Officer, Colonel Ernest E. Irons, and those who worked with him so loyally and patiently for the interest of our school. 1921. J oiw liinidrrd mid sc ' ciily-fiTC I " aQ.a 1. Entranck 2. . Party FORT DES MOIXES .3. Fort ]5es Moinks 4. Fir I ' .pinKMK 1921. mil- hiiiidrfd and srvc ' iitv-six rP f).e .a Jf orf ©eg iWoines Des Moines, Iowa Representative, Mabel Chilson Jfort ©cs iWoincfi (jlroup Twenty-nine would-be students filled with enthusiasm at the Unaight of trying to do " their bit " by caring for " our boys " arrived at Fort Des Moines, At the time the influenza was raging at its highest and we wondered " were we helpless or could we fight ? " With eager determination we entered the ranks ; the graduate nurses took us under their care and prote ction, leaching us patienth . W ' e soon became the happiest family, and when off dutv we had iollv good limes. The greatest comfort we possessed was the knowledge that each girl was doing her best and making good as a nurse. The days went by ' ery rapidly and with the joys of spring came the sorrows of our separations. This dates our ' aterloo — twenty-one students resigned and only eight were left to start eastward for affiliations. Tears were shed, but we ne er knew for which — joy or sorrow. Jfort ©eS iWoinesi Jii l.t ' Ucrnian, uut in the t.st We three should lie happy, 1 gnc s. Hut often we long For those who helong To Ft. De-s Moines. There were twent_ -ei ht of ns then. Didn ' t know how hai)p we ' d liecn Till civie life did flirt . ' nd they hegan to desert I- ' t. Des Moines. There were only ten of u.-i left. All sad. Of our huddics hereft. Till the world we did grieve When ordered to Iea e Ft. Des Moines. Now seven, we are in a 11.x, Scattered from liere to Cam]) Dix. In New York, and D. C, One in Chi., and we three. Thinking of Ft. Des Moines. We Three. Blessed he the day that brings My laundry back to me, And though ' tis torn in holes and strings, It ' s welcome as can be. For when I saw it leave me. It gave me inward pain : I little thought I ' d e ' er receive It back from there again. 1921. one hundicd mid sevcnlx-scvcn Make Your Patient Comfortapi.e In the Kitchen CAMP DEVENS Our Home for 3 Mos. Barracks 400 Ai.i. Ready for Inspection An Extra " Feed " Tea for Two I I " A6.a Camp ©ebeng Ayer, Mass. Representative — Helen Bauer Camp Devens was the destination Every different affiliation Of the ninety girls, all keen Was full of experiences new. To do their share for the nation We lived in expectation. In the summer of 1918. Wondering where we ' d he sent to. A new experience awaited us. Of service, sorrow and of trust. The things we did, the friends we made. Were all a part in the game we played. Mistakes were many — disasters few, In classes and lectures I mean. Inunctions were given in water. Hot compresses to glass eyes, too. Perhaps the part we felt most Was the splitting of the clan. For April of 1919 Saw many of our Bluehirds disband. Devens was to be our home For only one short while. Our training must be finished. So awav we went with a smile. Very soon our group divided. We parted for different ways. With our " Buddies " no longer by us. We longed for the good old days. Even now we think of the parties, When our day ' s duty was done, In our quarters on the hill, .Vnd dear 4 or 1. Nor shall we forget our instructors. Who bore with us, patient and calm. Helping us over the rough spots. Heljiing us " Carry On. " So the three years now are behind us. Since we .started out so keen, May we carry into the future The Spirit of ' 18. Q tfje Birector of our Wmi, jWarp Jl. Nibble Miss Riddle opened one of the first branches of the . ' Vrniy School of Nursing at Camp Devens on July 24, 1918. For us she embodied the highest aims and ideals of the nursing profession. She was to us p erfect justice and truth, unselfishness, devotion to duty, heroi.sm. We are all proud of the privilege of having served under her. We shall be better all our lives for having known her. I f Titdoor Sports 1921.- one hundred and seventy-nine rl " ( .en CAMP DIX 1. Chief Nurse 2. Medical U. S. A. Dkpautmfnt ,3. Leaving Camp Dix 4. Studvinc Anatomn 1921. one hiiiidri-d and eighty i- pi.Qn. Camp Mx Wrightstown, N. J. Rc])reseiitati e, K. Z. Schkli. Zaltn of Camp IBix Camp nix rccei cd iis first class of sixty students in August. ' I ' hey came not a day too soon. After those fateful drives of July and August the hospital of two thousand heds reccixed the inrush of American wou nded, and on their arrival they were greeted hy Blite-hirds eager to help care for them. Sixty strong was a hrave hegiiming ! Their number had dwindled to thnny- five when they were joined in January, 191 . hy the second unit. The girls oi the latter grou]. had hegun to fear that their chosen career of ariuy nurse in the great war was closerl to them. I-ate. however, at last proved kind, and after four months of anxious waiting they received official orders to report to Dix. . ' -Sixteen resix)iided with feminine pej) and enthusiasm. Those davs in camp were days apart. We loved it from llie first thrill of our cordial welcome at the station by -Miss Milne, the head of our unit, followed hv our first awe-inspiring drive to the Students " (}uarters in a khaki car lal ek- l ■I ' or official use only. " Then came glorious months filled with real constructive work and dailv inspiration. It was so good to be a factor, to share in the reha- bilitation of the men of Atncrica 1 Never one hint of discotu-agement crejit in to mar that time. Even though Mis.- Milne ' s leave from the J ' reshyterian Ho.spital in I ' hila- deli)hia was for only six mouths, she stayed with us long enough to establish a very sound foundation in our class work, and also in the larger ethical back- ground which i.- so necessary for students beginning training to have. Her work was carried on by IMiss Wray. . ' Someone has .said, " Few ])eoi)le fail to live uj) to the standards .set by appre- ciation and praise. " We of Uix feel that the glorious ideals given us bv Miss Wray were uneiiualed. She not only was to us a model of professional jjcrfec- tion. hut so combined grace and understanding with real utiselfishne-- and genuine interest in each student that she more than earned the title of our " Dix Mother. " Living in an rmy dormitory may not he conducive to ])eace and harmony, hut it is conducive to the formation of friendshii)S of the sort that have knit us together for always. The remarks and sna])py re])artee of those early . . M. conversations scintillating from one end of the dorm, to the other included eyer - thing from Mac ' s dreams to a recitation of the bones of our anatomy. These were discussed amid frantic Marathons to the Mess Hall. When our second section arrived at Walter Reed the Seniors of Dix were ready tt. welcome them as they had done nearly two years before. Civilian hos- pital ' s with their interests and trials lay behind. It was wonderful to get back to the Army, wonderful to get back to our boys, and most wonderful of all to spend the last few months together. i 1921. hundred and cighty-oite A6n CAMP DODGE 1. Chif.f Nurse 2. Instructors 3. Des Moinks Rivers 4. Y. M. C. A. 5. Students 6. Red Cross Nurses 7. The Students Assistants 8. Intermission 9. Drill 1921. J oiif hundred and eighty-two I " aQ.a Camp Bobge Des Moines, Iowa Representative, Dulcie Frater W )t Camp JHobgcrS The Camp Dodgers dedicate these pages to Anna C. Garrett, our Chief Nurse, who is ever in our memory our highest ideal. It is with the deepest affection and tenderest memories that we who have remained to the end look back upon the comrades of those anxious days, when with fear and trembling in our hearts, but with greater faith, we were united together by the greatest bonds — service to country. Milestones of the Doocers Sept. 1, 1918. The first unit of thirty-five arrived. Oct. 1 to 31. Flu days. Nov. 11. Armistice Day and Grand Ke iew. Dec. 18. Arrival of the second tmit of thirtv-three. Feb. 1. 1919. Student (ioveniment adopted. May 13. Barracks three restricted to quarters. ( ?) May 15. A thirty-day leave for all. May 21. Four to affiliate with Minnesota University Hospital. June 13. Eight to affiliate with Philadelphia General Hospital. June 23. The remaining twenty-three to Letterman General. Sept. 25, 1920. All the Dodgers, eighteen, together at I.etternian. The Psychology of War Those big trees in front of quarters. Y. 98. KC. No. 3. The dark corridor to the Red Cross Convalescent House. That little white school house. The west road. Olsen ' s drug store. Steps of Ward 37. The Des Moines River. n 0ht to Camp ©obge When to the sessions of sweet silent tlioiight I summon up rememlirance of days past. Memory recalls the day Camp Dodge. vc sought To don the nurse ' s cap, no more our time to waste : And sometimes then our mind with thoughts doth o ' rflow. Of hours on duty, spent by day or night; Or. dearer still, of many an evening stroll To Y. M. or K. C. hut or Hostess House so bright. Though years may swiftly come and swiftly go, Though duty to lands far and wide may call. Though time its tell-tale seams doth sew. And to our lot new friends and fortunes fall. Still, if the while we think of Camp Dodge days. All present joys do fade, to sing their praise. -1921. one hundred and eiyhty-Hiree 1 I I = nen. FOX HILLS L Fox Hii.i.s, Statkn- Islaxii 4. A Welcome Visitor 2. Ward 3. CooD-BYE. Fox Hiu.s 5. Fox Hiii.s 6. FiEi.ii Dav 1921. J one hundred and eighty-four I " A6.a aa. . a. Smnal J ospital, o. 41 Fox Hills. Staten Island. X. V. Representative, Ethki.ee.n Scui.tiiorpe It was in November, 1918, that the first fifty-two girls arrived at that gray group of buildings perched on a wind-swejjt barren hill overlooking New ' ork Harbor. The hospital was tlien known as Debarkation No. 2. and it wasn " t a cheerful jjlace to be imagined with its low gray barracks and red clay grounds, but the welcome the students received from M ' iss Robinson, the chief nurse, made them at home immediately and they soon learned to love the hospital and its ])ersonnel. They settled down to work with Miss Robinson. Miss Ashley and Lieut. ISuckstein as an able faculty o erseeing their studies. They were well on the road of learning and were doing such awe-inspiring things as giving " liaths " and liy])os and dressings when the Flu and twenty-five straggling new • ' probs " arrived to be taken in liand by Miss Elizabeth Fedger and Miss Shellabarger. How thcv raved o er their little cells : with what thrills they arose at reveille each morning to begin a day full of new experiences, ' ith what envious eyes they gazed on the blue-lined ca])es which their Seniors had designed and wore with the ajjproval of Miss Goodrich — the ven- first capes worn by any student group. Their Seniors were loving big sisters to them and helped them oyer many a rough bit of road until thev too began to acc|uire that confidence which comes from masterv of one ' s work. ' But it wasn ' t all work; there were many dances at the Red Cross and K. of C. huts cha])eroned by Miss Parsons, who marshalled the girls home for their beautv sleep at promptly eleven o ' clock. These dances follo ' wed the " coming out " party which was given bv the Post to the first class when they finished tlieir probation period. What a dance that was! Of course they wore their blue gingliams. They always did at Fox Hills, even to the Colonel ' s balls. There were picnics to the nearby beaches, bacon-bats on the hills and swim- ming every day in the lake just bevond the barracks ; and, when the snow fell, such glorious hikes all over Staten ' Lsland. Such jolly sleigh rides, skating on the lake and cozy parties in the Recreation House around a roaring fire. ] Iean- while so manv things had changed, the hospital had become General Hospital No. 41 and had lx;en transformed from a barren spot to a place surrounded by beautiful lawns and flower pots, and the students had come to the parting of the ways. It was a cruel ])arting when the first group affiliated, but it was softeneci by the " good-b e " picnic at New Dorp Beach. Everyone went. Students and friend supervisors piled into the huge Army trucks right in with the ice-cream tubs, jars of olives and hampers of sandwiches. From then on group after groiip left reluctantlv for dilTercnt affiliations, taking with them the Fox Hills .spirit, which has somehow kept them mutually interested in one another and has made for a rather remarkable esjirit de corps. -1921. one hundri-d and eighty-five I- ae n. CAMP GORDOX Chikf XiKSE 2. Instructors 3. " ii.LAGE Stkket 1921. one hundred and eighty-six !• fton Camp §orbon Atlanta, Ga. Representative. Mae Brown Camp iWemoriesi The sunny South welcomed the fifty strange girls into their new exi eriences of army life, and interesting it was from the time of our arrival and the house- keeper ' s call to the office dog, " Oh, John, here ' s another one, " and John ' s weary reply of " Oh, Lord. " until we left some six months later with the jazz band playing, " We hate to leave you, we ' re so used to you now. " Some of the things we never shall forget: Our first night in camp. Our first enlightening talk on what and what not to do in this man ' s army. Tlie day we v ent on duty. The first bath we ever gave. The " medical Y " and " Dad. " the host, whose youthful activities belied the ears proclaimed by his silvery hair. The road to Chaniblee where we hied ourselves in quest of " hot dogs " or the goodies of the " Waffle Shop. " Stone Mountain. Our first Christmas in an army camp. How we looked with our ears uncovered to suit the fastidiousness of our sui)ervisors. " Goin ' to town " in jitneys jammed with a most democratic mixture of nurses, officers and enlisted personnel. " Call 240. " W ' hen we moved from Barracks B. The picnic our C. O. gave us to celebrate our passing probation. Captain Xowell and his vocabulary of professional terms. Samples: " Infor- mation " and " sei)aration. " .Some of our first charge nurses. I ' he kindl - attitude of all the nurses in white. Miss Oakes. Miss Blake and Fanny Lou. Henry — " Me, too. and a cup of tea and a pillowcase. " Jimmy, who never hesitated to give us " seconds " on " eats. " April Fools ' Day. 1921 one hundred and i-ii lil -si " . ' en I " A6,a CA.MT GRANT 1. Nancy Grant — Mascot S. 2. Setting-up Exercises 6. 3. The Flu 4. Miss Williamson, Chief Nukse Miss Melby, Instructor anh Students How We Dressed in Winter Dietetics Demonstration Room -1921. 1 J one hundred and eighty-eight I- ften Camp rant Rockford. 111. Representative, Mavme Johnson Camp rant Three miles from the city of Rockford. Illinois, on the hanks of the beautiful Rock River, are located the hospital grounds of Camp Grant. Three separate groups of students were admitted to the ranks of the Army School of Nursing at this hospital. The first, thirty-four in number, arrived August fifteenth, nineteen hundred and eighteen. A month later came the second group, thirty-six in all while in November, the numbers were increased to one hundred and ten bv the arri al of fort more girls. Definite plans had been formulated for training from a professional and a military standpoint, and the students were assigned to duty ihe day after their arrival. The first two groups aided verv materiallv in the care of the patients during the epidemic of influenza, which raged at the hospital dur- ing the latter part of Sejitember and the month of October, and were given special commendation by the Commanding C)fticer of the hospital. Class work, military drill, hikes and outdoor sports, dances at the Red Cross House, movies at Y and the K. of C. huts with an occasional journev across camp to the Liberty Theater and the Hostess House helped to fill in ofT duty time and the evenings. Special emphasis was placed upon militarv ' drill and each evening the students attended Retreat in company formation. The student Ijodv was divided into three companies. Each company elected its own officer from its own group and was divided into two platoons, each under the command of a lietr- tenant. They were given squad, battalion, company and athletic drill, and were outfitted in woolen uniforms, puttees and over seas caps on account of the severe winter climate. Dail}- drill under command of I.t. Col. H. C. Michic, was kept up until earl - spring. About one hundred and twentv hours were devoted to this course. The Student Nurses ' qtiarters consisted of four one storv frame buildings located on the hos])ital grounds. The School Building, two stories high, was verv near the nurses ' quarters. The second floor consisted of class rooms where theoret- ical work was taught by Miss Melby, while the first floor was utilized for recrea- tion rooms. Gradual changes came in the ranks of the students as time went on because of ill health, a call of their old professions, and for various reasons, discharges were granted to many. During Feljruary and March new faces were seen : girls came to us from Fort Riley, Kansas and Camp Sheridan, Alabama, making a total of one hundred thirteen on duty . ' pril 1. 1919. On June 21st, the Army School at Cam]) Grant was closed and the remaining group of girls was sent to Fort . " - heridan, Illinois. Miss Williamson, our Chief Nurse, and Miss IMelby. our Supervisor, were sent to Walter Reed. ' ashington, to accept similar positions. Since leaving our original camp many changes have occurred. Some nurses have graduated and tiave left the sers ' ice, wliile others have answered the call of Cupid. To one and all we send our heartiest congratulations. -1921. our hundred and ciyhty-ninc (R .6.a 1. Lt. Col. Renn, C. O. 2. Red Cross House 3. Miss Uzelmeier 4. Our Sight- Seeing Bus 5. Blue-Bird ' s Nest CAMP GREENE 6. 7. Miss Parrish, Chief Nurse, and Miss Waite, Social Secretary Volley Ball Three Leagues to Liberty Park 1921. one huiidii ' d and ninety !• Pi.e n. Camp (§rEcne Charlotte, N. C. Representative, Ruby Hickok On September the si.xteenlh, forty girls were ordered to rejjort to Camp (ireene. One arrived on the tenth. She knew everything, ' when the others came. They made caps and beg an classes. Then the " flu " came and taught them the meaning of work. The ho.spital doubled its number of patients. They were jjrincipally negroes and nobly withstood backrubs of ink and cough syrup. About the first of December the second unit a])peared. They were closely followed by the thrill of overseas patients. On February seventh the first unit left for Fox Hills and in March the second unit closed the hospital and tearfully departed for Colonia and Camp Upton. ong of Camp 0vtmt Tt isn ' t tin- aprons vc liatf. It isn ' t the cap.s we put on. Tt isn ' t the .shiftings of late. Nor the sleepy feeling at dawn: It isn ' t the waiting in line For a slice of pork and a spud ,■ No. it isn ' t the Camp — It ' s the ])esky clamp — And the mud. mud, mud. It isn ' t restrictions we mind. They often are blessings for sin — Especially when, an hour before ten, A basket of fruit smuggles in : And it isn ' t inspection that keeps Us wild in a positive jiain : It ' s the strafing we get. When the weather is wet. It ' s the rain. rain, rain. Ipolin ics to .Srrj ' i-,-) It isn ' t because we are " Probes, " We doii ' i like to chase into class. It isn ' t Iwcausc we don ' t know the law. How to act when the white nurses pass. It isn ' t the beds in tlie wards, I Iake us long for the end of the day. It ' s rubbers that stick In stuff a foot thick — It ' s only the clay. clay, clay. Oh, the rain, the mud. and the clay. The clay, the mud, and the rain ; With flood gates disiiersing. It ' s hard to learn nursing, And take up our studies again : With thick stufT all over our shoes — With sky that ' s a-jiouring a flood — Sure the most of our woes. As c eryone knows — Are the ra!n, the clay, the mud. Kvihutt To Miss Uzelnieier we owe much. She took us, a grotip of willing but untrained girls, from many states, and taught by example and word that the onlv woman worthy of the name of Nurse is one who thinks more of what she can give those in need of her services, than the material returns she may get for them : that the watchword of the profession is unselfish service. She seldom praised but she was ever just. She was and is our friend and she has proven to be an inspiration to many of us. -1921. one hitudred and ninctx-one I- aon. 1. Mrs. I]akki;t i!. l!Ak. KS, Chikf XrnsE 2. U. S. A. (jKnkhai, Hospital, o. 1 3. 1161 Amsterdam Ave., Our First Home 4. Miss Grace McCokkey, Sipermsor 1921 oiw hundred and ninctv-twv aen (3m ? iU a oab Winit Wi. B . . 1 ., Mo. I New York City, N. Y. Representative, Ruth W. Hubbard We of the Gun Hill Road Unit began our training rather differently from the other students. We were sent to Teachers ' College, Columbia University, for our probation, instead of starting at a camp. For the successful completion of those first months, we owe unfailing gratitude to our director. Mrs. Barnes, who tirelessly surmounted the many difficulties of housing, feeding, teaching, and transporting forty girls in a big city fully an hour ' s travel from the hospital where our practical work took place. She was indeed equal to every emergency, for, after three months in town, twenty-five of us were moved to General Hospital No. 1 (Gun Hill Road) and became qualified student nurses. Here we were constantly in contact with the finest exhibition of high morale and true spirit of ' 18 which it has been our privilege to meet in training. In spite of severe sufifering, countless inconveniences and annoyances, these boys, who had given so much, continued to give daily, to us, the living example of their fine cour- age. We were fortunate indeed, to learn so early the splendid reward of service. Mrs. Barnes was now our Chief Nurse, so Miss McConkey came to be our guardian, and how much she help ed us through the first months, which sometimes we found a bit hard, would be difficult to express. Had it not been for her cheery smile and helpful words there would surely have been blue-birds with drooping wings many times. All too soon afflliations came and broke up our happy home, but the twelve of us who remain have fortunately been reunited at the Walter Reed Hospital. 0 tije jFuture On the Clo siiig of General Hosp.tal No. 1 (Columbia War Hospital, Gunhill Road, the Bronx, New York) By D. G. H., R. N. The gates are shut ; the white, sun-checkered wards Lie cold and empty. In the silent square The last retreat has sounded ; everywhere The weary rain drips greyly from the boards. And we, who knew there agony, and laughter, Good new-made friends, and wondering first breath Of living, born again undreamed, from Death, Kindred in these for all our days hereafter. We have been scattered. With the dulling years These open wounds will heal, these buildings rot, But this strong fellowship will never die, Of youth and pain, but, acid carved, appears An etching on each memory, cleanly wrought Like trees at evening ' gainst a windless sky. 1921. one hundred and ninety-three Aan CAMP HANCOCK 1. Some of the Original Hancock Group 2. Ward No. 9— Xmas Dav i. Leaving the Old Camp 1921. ();! • hundred and ninety-four 1 pi.Q.a Camp ?|ancocfe Augusta, Ga. Representative, Berneita Moran Camp Hancock, Georgia, stood on a hill-top screened by an enchanted wood of true Georgia pines. Student Nurse was the magic pass-word which admitted to its portals a group of forty-eight seekers for knowledge and adventure, all filled with patriotic fervor. Once within its portals they w-ere bound by solemn oath to perform all tasks assigned them, for as in all enchanted countries great reward must be won by valorous deeds. First came the " Trial of Endurance ; " each girl unflinchingly extended her arm for a wondrous needle whose prick, it was assured, would protect her from the evil influences of two great dragons. Typhoid and Smallpox. Thus armed they applied themselves diligently to their hand books, and became skilled in the art of battling with the great armies of Disease and Dust. The first serious encounter was with a great ogre called " Flu " who, with Disease and Dust, was depleting the population of their beloved land. They found it was a great advantage during their advance on the enemy, to neither look at privates nor officers, but press steadily ahead with only their object in view, and discard entirely their old weapons, eyes, smiles and dimples, with which they had been wont to conquer. The enemy routed, they bade farewell to Camp Hancock, and went to answer the call of another and more needy realm. Fort McPherson. Here they labored faithfully and well, till the signing of the armistice relieved some from emergency service, and the majority of the students returned to their original pursuits, leaving only seven to pursue the Way of Adventure, and learn the mysteries of affilia- tions, special services and graduation. _ 5oe.Tc Plclful eft ' . 1921. one hundred and ninety-five Aon T CAMP JACKSON " It Speaks for Itself ! " A. S. N. Camp Jackson Liberty Theatre -1921. one hundred and ninety-six A6n Camp Jfack£ on Columbia, S. C. Representative, Etta Kampschaefer S — is for September, The first month of the Fall ; ' Twas then we arrived at Jackson, One htindred six in all. O — is for October, When we, in dresses blue. From early morn ' til late at night Did combat w ith the Flu. N — is for November, It brought the news of peace ; The world was glad, but still Our duties did not cease, D — is for December, With its wealth of Xmas joys ; We entertained at ' ' Mother Goose " For all our soldier boys. J — stands for January, Excitement filled the air ; ' Twas then that Mother McKenna Gave us our caps to wear. F — is always February. Making rounds with Service Chiefs ; Seeing all the sickest patients, Trying knowledge to achieve. M — is for March this time. The " Torch of Liberty " held high; The best thing, our C. O. said, Ever given at the " Y. " A — will stand for A])ril, Hikes on even rainy days, Up Mrs. Jones ' s hill and down, Watching for the sun ' s fir.st rays. M — the month of May. We herald with delight ; Our first year ' s exams behind us, All ready for our Northern flight. J — will be for June, Quite early in its wake ; The blue-birds left the Southland, Their northern trip to take. Two years have since gone by. Full to the brim and more ; Rut those old days still hold first place And w ill forevermore. d ccupationg Barton — She ' s true blue. Beard, Vera — Favorite one — sitting in a rocking chair. Belford, Clec) — 6.30 A. M. — Hide and seek with Miss Ewing. Burdorf, Lillian — Being a " live wire " — That ' s Birdie. Confer, Ida Mae — A concentrated solution of wit. Cree, Margaret — Beloved of D-3. Degner, Dorrit — Doing all things well. Fox, Esther — Getting in early. Gross, Eva — Being with Ida Mae. Henry, Florence — Seeing Dixie holding stellar role in all classes. Cordon, Grace — " Ready to go. " Hemphill, Olivia — Her bugbear was Fish ' s morning inspection. Kampschaefer, Etta — Loved, not wisely, but too well. Knight, Dorothy — " Her voice was low and gentle, an excellent thing in woman. Leech, Edmonia — Talking over the telephone. March, Elizabeth — Bewitching. Murphy, Honor — Efficiency. Ostrom, Alice — Telling fortunes. Peart, Caroline — Proving the laws of scientific professional Etiquette, Peart, Eleanor — Confidential Pat. Tucker, Carrie — Always being sweet and helpful. ' AGNER, Belle — " Sunshine " of Camp Jackson. 1921. ene hundred and ninety-seven PyQn. 1 Letter MAN General Hospital 1921. one hundred and ninety-eight aen. Camp i earnep San Diego, California Kepresenrative, Frances Farnf.r Contrasting strangely with the lazy atmosphere of Southern California. Camp Kearney, like a lusty mushroom, sprang up overnight. But the contrast between military Regime and romantic traditions of Spanish occupation was not more sharp than that between thirty " Rookie Nurses " and a well-regulated Base Hospital. On a Saturday, the last of October, thitry student nurses were admitted to a strictly quarantined camp and were forbidden to leave until the ' ' Flu " was under control. To say that our welcome was frigid is not a criticism of those in charge, because it seemed nothing less than a calamity to have a group of young spirited and utterly untrained women to contend with along with the tragic struggle against influenza. As soon as we proved our seriousness of purpose we were given full credit and just appreciation. The need for nurses was vital and after a cursory examination we were at once placed upon the wards. Ours was a curious personnel. One girl was a musician, a violinist, whom the war had prevented from completing her studies in Europe. Another was a butterfly thing from the Middle West. A quaint little Southern girl drawled her way into the hearts of patients and superiors alike. One among us had sold her personal jewelry to buy uniforms and transportation for which an opposing family had refused to furnish money. The rest were direct from schools and colleges, either as students or teachers, and a few of us had had the opportunity to work before this time. The process of adaptation was not always easy. We. who had always con- sidered free speech an inherent right, were forbidden to talk to patients. We, who had always gone blithely on the precept that all men are created free and equal, suddenly discovered that we had superiors in the presence of whom we must stand. We, who had supposedly reached the age of discretion when we might choose our mode of living, found that we retired and rose by rule, ate by rule, studied by rule, and lived according to a strict military regime. We gradually learned, that in so vast a system, individual personalities must be more or less stereotvped in order that the greater personality of the whole might have unity. One of the most delightful things about such an experience is the sincere feeling of friendship which permeates the group. Though many of the students resigned after the armistice was signed and the remainder of the group was sent to Letterman General Hospital and amalgamated with the group from other camps, there is a bond between the Camp Kearney " Rookies " that each will remember as long as she lives. CThe Camp Kearney Girls were the first of the Letterman Group.) 1921. one hundred and ninety-nine pi.Q.a AT LETTERMAN 1. Letteeman Class » 5. Occupational Class 2. Grounhs at 6, Infant Nursing 3. On Letterman Grounds 7. Letterman Grounds 4. Just Outside Nurses ' Quarters 8. On the Ferry 1 -1921. two hundred asn . , il. at Hettetman During the war Letterman General Hospital nestling below the pine covered hills of the Presidio, was blissfully unaware of Army Students. But it was not to remain so long, for in March, ' 19, Camp Kearney students, nineteen strong, likening their coming to Tennyson ' s " Charge of the Light Brigade " descended upon it. They were so charmed with the hospital and its surroundings, that they were calling themselves " Letterman students " by the time thirty-four Camp Lewis girls invaded the hospital in April. A sun-burned group from Camp Dodge came in July, revelling in the agree- able coolness of the trade winds. Nineteen Camp Sheridan girls broke the monotony of the long month of August, and it seemed that the " Meltingpot " must be almost full, but the next year brought students from Ft. Sam Houston, and later on from Ft. Sheridan. Since then a few stragglers have found their way across the bay to become a part of the small army of blue clad nurses at Letterman. J ttreat The line is formed, the band arrayed. The officers are on the right. The nurses have the center made. Enlisted men complete the sight. Awaiting shortly, as is meet, They now can hear the first command. Promptly shifting hands and feet At " Parade Rest " they calmly stand. I often wonder if alone To me, as when I hear the strain, The bugle says : " The day is done. You soon can dream of peace again. " The evening sky, the sunset glow, Some bugle sounding far away. Seem often then o ' er my soul to throw A calm that quells the strife of day. Then wakened from such reverie. By stern command, " Attention. " given. Brings poise of keen expectancy. With arms at sides and feet brought even. " Sound off " and lo, the band now nlavs. " Star Spangled Banner " is the strain: The flag which from the mast yet waves Comes down by slow degrees again. Oh, tell me, ye who souls can test. Why, when our country ' s anthem ' s played Emotions deep steal through my breast — Emotions only love hath made. Retreat is over ! But I leave With feelings love of country made, Such as compelled us to achieve The victory and peace we prayed. F. H. 1921. tv o hundred and one A©,a CAMP LEWIS, WASH. 1. The Original Lewis Girls 4. The Trio 2. Seeking Strength S. First Pay Line 3. Where We Took Peaceful Strolls 1921. two hundred and fino t aen Camp Hetoisi Tacoma, Washington Representative, Dora Cox In the farthest comer of the great Northwest, splashed by the gentle waters of Puget Sound and guarded by the snow-capped peaks of Mount Rainier lies Camp Lewis, the largest training camp in the United States. Eighty-five young women were summoned to camp, called chiefly from the Western and Middle-Western states. The first arrived October . " ith and the last during the latter part of the month. Taught, trained, admonished and encouraged by our beloved supervisor, Miss Sarah Harris Smith, and helped by our head nurses, within five months we were considered dependable enough to be trusted on duty alone. On April 15th our Chief Nurse received orders for our transfer to Letterman General Hospital. This news filled us with grief and consternation. How could we leave Camp Lewis, the scene of our first efforts and accomplishments, the inspiration of our highest ideals and devotion, self-sacrifice, and nursing service. This was to us the Army School of Nursing. There had always been a wonderful spirit of cooperation between the graduate and student nurses, and this was reflected in the sentiment of the farewell dinner which the members of the A. N. C. gave in our honor the evening prior to our departure. We bade goodbye to our friends with deep regret, and left Camp Lewis with saddened hearts. It was hardest to say farewell to our Chief Nurse. Miss Margaret Wilson, for we owed much to her. We were happy to take with us our Supervisor, Miss Smith, to start us safely in our new location. So it was that we left Camp Lewis April 23. 1919. and found ourselves two days later looking across the great bay of San Francisco toward our new home. We entered the beautiful grounds of the Presidio and became part of the Letter- man group, losing our identity as the Lewis Unit. But no — for there exists a bond that will ever unite us. something we have together that no one else can share. For but let hardship or misfortune touch one of us, and lo the magic circle! It draws us close together; standing hand in hand with loyalty and affection— THE LEWIS BAND. 1921. two hundred and three A6n 1 1 CAMP MEADE 1. Our Dad 5. The Tanks 2. Miss Kennedy 6. The Big Tree 3. Nurses ' Red Cross House 7. Attention, Company 4. Miss Redford. Chief Nurse V 1921. two hundred and four pi.Q.a Camp iHeabe Admiral, Md. Representative, Zelle Pattee We students in the Army School of Nursing whose first home was Camp Meade, can never put into words our feeling of a])preciation for the many kind- nesses shown us at that post. The memon ' of our three chief nurses. Miss Taylor, Miss Redford and Mrs. Burke, and our instructor. Miss Kennedy, will live for- ever in our hearts. To them and to the others at the Base we extend our sincerest thanks for their interest and kindly help. Strolling round the ward with dust pans. Cleaning in the good old way, Scrubbing all the beds and tables. That ' s the way we earn our pay. Washing all the patients ' faces. Dishing out the chow and feed, nh, we ' re nurses in the U. S. Army And we ' re at Camp Meade. Camp jWeabe at Hetterman There are only three of the original " Camp Meaders " here, and we are a mighty happy " triplet. " Eleanor Lowell was the first one to " Go West. " then came Elinor Parker and later I ' .lizabeth Stallman. We are simjily crazy about Letterman and wish all our dear old gang could be in this glorious spot. Don ' t you all wish we could tramp down to the hostess house at Camp Meade together ; go to the movies at the " Y " ; then swing back to quarters arm in arm. as we used to do? We wouldn ' t even mind one of those Maryland sand storms, would we? Insignia of Our Own Little Divisions LmboraTory !illiiimniniiiiiiinini.iH.ininn........a....n..l 7? fs. T room S uad. -1921. tivo hundred and five aQ.a FORT Mcpherson 1. Swimming 2. Athletic Field 3. German Prison Camp 4. Main Entrance 5. Gate No. 5 1921. two hundred and six aen. Jf ort iWc fjergon Atlanta, Georgia Representative, Sara L. Meredith November twenty-fifth marks the date when we. a group of fifty-one girls, assembled at Fort Mt Pherson to begin our course in nursing. Twenty-six of our group were from Wisconsin. Our first camp days were spent in getting acquainted with one another, with our . ' supervisors. Miss Stevenson and Miss Cameron, and with the many rules and regulations. Classes began immediately and we were kept busy from morning until night. Shall we ever forget the first day on the wards ! How we all started from the nurses ' home and walked around the big parade grounds to our respective wards ? We stayed only two hours on duty the first day, but we found the work so interesting that we were glad when the time was lengthened. Our smooth green parade grounds proved to be the center of our out-of-door activities. Here we had tennis courts, golf links, a baseball diamond, and our beloved air dome where four times a week we enjoyed concerts given by a thirtv- piece orchestra, and followed bv moving pictures. It was here, too, that we drilled for six weeks. We also had a splendid swimming pool just a short distance from the nurses ' home. A half mile away was a German prison camp with one thousand prisoners, a veritable little city behind high wire fences. One night we were very much alarmed because twenty prisoners had tunneled under the wires and escaped into the woods only to be caught and returned again to the camp. Our number gradually decreased until in the fall of 1919 there were but twent -two left. Twelve of this number were sent to New York to affiliate and the remaining ten to Fort .Sheridan. At the present time there are fifteen still in ser -ice who are gradually drifting to Walter Reed. (girls! There are girls who buy the thrift stamp, There are girls who reconstruct. Girls who make the tasty doughnut. And girls who drive the motor truck ; But the girls in the gay blue garment. And the fetching cap of white, Are the girls who make our Sammies Smile with real delight. 1921, J two hundred and seven ft6.a i CAMP McARTHUK I. These Are the Soldiers Ai,i. Forlorn 2 These Are the BuE-niRns. Happy and Gay 3. These are the Soldiers, Brave and Strong 4. This is the Hospital, Snug and Warm 5. Commanding Officer and the Chief Nurse " 1921.- tivo hundred and eight ftan Camp ittc rtfjur Waco, Texas Representative, Fannie Ouarles Clje piuebtrbs at Camp jHc rtfjur These are the soldiers all forlorn, Who took the flu on one cold morn. And lay in the hospital ever so long. At Camp McArthur, Texas. This is the hospital, snug and warm, That sheltered the soldiers all forlorn. Who took the flu on one cold morn, And lay in the hospital ever so long. At Camp McApthur, Texas. These are the Blueliirds. happy and .gay. Who nursed the soldiers all forlorn. Who took the fiu on one cold morn. And lay in the hospital, snng and warm. At Camp McArthur, Texas. These are the soldiers, brave and strong. Who were nursed by the Bluebirds ever so long, And who lay in the hospital, snug and warm, At Camp McArthur. Texas. 2 0 ou l emembcr The Camouflage Gate? The Post Canteen ? The Road to Richfield i " The Lectures in .Anatomy? The skeleton ? The night of the day we were inoculated? The Thursday nights at the Hippodrome? Mary Alexander ai-.d the morning fires? " We are seven. " " All that was left of them Left of the forty. " L FU«tlU 1921, two hundred and nine fton CAMP McCLELLAX 1. Miss Marie E. Hanlin, iNSTRurxoR 2. Reahv for a Hike 3. Birds-Eye View of the Sleeping Quarters 4. Volley-Bai.l Enthusiasts -1921- two hundred and ten Asn Camp iHcCleUan Anniston, Alabama Representative, Nina Brown Mere pen will never tell the thrills and fun of the Student Nurses who started at Camp McClellan. We ask if any reader thin-ks that if she were classed among and given the following : The Spirit of 1918 Forty-six American Girls Good quarters Good food The best of patients Some of the finest women for our Instructors and Chief Nurses Lenient and kindly Medical Officers Recreation of all kinds, could she be other than happy and contented? This was the spirit at our camp. Wit tap When under storm of shot and shell, So many wounded, bleeding, fell. And call for nurses more and more Re-echoed still from shore to shore; With years, perhaps, of war ahead — With nurses numbered ' mong the dead. With duties multiple in view — To bear the load, they were too few. .And then, a group unknown to fame, The .Army School of Nursing came, — .A group of girls from near and far To do their part to win the war. From home and college, school and play, From plowing corn or raking hay. And vowed, though skies should fall above her, She ' d help the grads. to put it over. She ' d fetch and carry, clean and scuttle, Move here and there, just like a shuttle; She ' d put her shoulder to the wheel, .And if her senses seemed to reel. She ' d merely take a tighter grip. Upon herself and let things rip. Then soon the armistice was signed — No need to call that day to mind. But many a " blue-bird " felt that she A student nurse could cease to be — Take up the work she ' d done before. The rmy needed her no more. But others having tried the work, And having no desire to shirk. Have stuck, and mean to keep it up, In nursing fields to try their luck ; Knowing full well the wealth it brings Is not that of mate rial things, But feeling each should have a place That is her own, in life ' s great race. We stay. No longer " rookies " we, A mile-stone we have passed ; and sec What it has taught us ! Countless are The problems we have puzzled o ' er. Tonight, we would not seek to press The learning we know less Than you. Believing that the teaching old Of nonsense for the wisest holds. That cares of life are thus made light. We bring you not much else tonight. M. E. Hanlin. 1921. two hundred and eleven aen FORT OGLETHORPE— f .9rOi?F 1. Our " Dorm " 5. " En Route " 2. The Circle 6. The Barracks 3. Tin Can Alley 7. The Rifle Range Picnic 4. " Our Tom " -1921. two hundred and tweh ' e pi.e .a Jf ort ( gletfjorpe Macon, Ga. Representative, Mildred Guinther And it came to pass that on a certain day in December about two years ago, a band of pilgrims started on a journey through the desert in quest of the " Land of the Graduate Nurse. " The oasis from which the caravan began its tedious journey was known as Fort Oglethorpe. It lay in a circle of purple hills over which the sun came creeping in the morning. We spent four months in this quiet beauty, in preparation for our journey. In accordance with the customs of the desert, the forty-eight pilgrims gathered together the necessities for their triji. Their camels were arranged with Practical Nursing leading the cara an, his blanket bedecked with bits of Materia Medica. Anatomy, another trusty leader, followed, and after came Bacteriology, Experi- ence, Common Sense and many more. Strenuous days of toil were lightened by dancing and feasting in the evening. Often the pilgrims were entertained bv looking upon mirages — movies we should call them. Many helj ers were with them who had already seen the promised land, and their words of wisdom anent the easiest ways of travel were hailed with greatest joy. Finally the day arrived when everything was in readiness to move and twentv- three pilgrims mounted their camels and jogged away. After a day and a night they arrived at oasis Camp Meade which, although new, contained many similar plants and foods. There was the Dakin ' s Vine, with its little tubules of liquid, the Cresol plant and the cocoanut tree, its fruit filled with the milk of human kind- ness. Here too, there was much gaiety and after four months they bought new camels and when they learned their wavs, moved on. Only seventeen followed their quest, soon arriving at a wonderful spot called Walter Reed, and with eleven more pilgrims are .still jogging on confident that after the sand storms of doubt have passed, and the wells of knowledge drained, they too, will find the reward at the end of their journey. ' - ' •■i !lll;k..,.,_y ,„j 1921.- two hundred and thirteen aan. FORT RILEV 1. The Army " Packarh Six " 2. Mrs. Brown — Supervisor 3. Our First Graiiuate 4. The Bunch at 101 1921. two hundred and fourteen Aon Jfort i ilep Representative, Gilberta Durland jf ort jRilcj) Bapsi In the memorable fall of 1918 there gathered from far and near a motley assortment of girls, just plain girls one would have called us, but no, we were teachers, business girls, college girls, music students, girls from every walk ot life, all responding to the same appeal, all cheerfully laying aside our former hopes and ambitions to answer our country ' s cry for help. Each train to Fort Riley unloaded fresh arrivals, who viewed with some misgivinp-s the great stone buildings, the long rows of wooden barracks, the tents, and even-where men in khaki bustling about hither and thither. W e felt our- selves m ' the land of the unknown and a mysterious feeling crept over us of great anticipation mixed with a little awe and just a bit of fright. What lay before us? What was to happen to us ? . • . ,, That first month was rather hard. The " Flu " was waging its deadly war. The ambulance made its dailv or semi-daily trip to our quarters and carried oft sometimes one. two. and three of our members. Four of our little band never returned Our acquaintance with them was brief but si ill our work had. m even so short a time, drawn us closely to one another and they were greatly loved and 1 missed bv all. , -, t Uo vou remember that famous nrorning of November eleventh? 1 mean very early sa ' v about three A. M. Our summons came over the telephone to stand at attention and sing " The Star Spangled Banner " in celebration of the Peace Declaration Obediently we gathered on the stairs in strange and hasty attire, clad in bath rotes of every kind and color and with a curler now and then pro- truding from under neath a lacy cap. But shivering though we were, how rigidly we stood with hand correctly poised and how lustily we sang until the wondenng officers and graduate nurses ' were aroused from their slumbers by the resounding tones. Not until the next day did we learn that the order had been given, not by the Chief Nurse, but by our plotting comrades next door. And then in March came an end to it all. Some were sent to L-amp Grant to further serve their country, and others returned to the old life, the old ambitions and the old dreams. Each ' went with a broader vision, a million memories both sad and sweet, and with the thought that the friendships formed at Fort Riley were truly eyerlasting. . , , xt r- ■ a ' Inspired by the Valentine and epistle of the Student Nurse. Captain Adams, Instructor iri .Anatomy at Fort Riley, waxed eloquent in the wee hours of the morning and produced the following : GREETINGS To the student nurses, one and all, I surely enjoyed your valentine call. The candy— it was mighty fine. And my massiters certainly worked overtime. So please accept my heart-felt thanks For the wonderful spirit shown in your ranks; But. alas, I regret to say, That the quizzes will be held every day. -1921.- tivo hundred and fifteen 1 9 A6.a CAMP SAM HOUSTON Camp Sam Houston 5. June Roses Student Nurses Probationers Mess Hall 6. Cactus Division 7. Parade 1921. two hundred and sixteen I- Aan lUiti TTlull ttawoi i ij hen bor- f..T.«i„ Houston, Texas Repre sentative, Martobie Campbell November 15, 1918. First group of students entered training. December 2. Second group arrived. December 2S. First Christmas, shadowed hy the death of three of our girls. January 20, 1919. Play given by the student-; — " Nursing as it Isn ' t. " March i. Arrival of students from Camp McClellan, enter Miss Hanlin. June I. First group of students leave to affiliate at Barnes Hos pital, St. Louis. .Tune 14. Corpsmen ' s picnic at New Bratmsfels — a very wet affair. July. Camp Shernian students transferred to Ft. Sam Houston Moonlight dances by oflicers of the post. Red Cross picnic at Brack»n- ridge Park. Moonlight horseback rides. October i. Second group of students leave for St. Louis Hal- lowe en party. PUy - " The Student ' s Nightmare " given by students at patients ' Red Cross House. February 1, ig o. Third group of students leave for St. Louis. March i. Fourth group leave for St. Loui.s. May I. Remaining four students leave for Letterman General. af%r Ho.li,- )..b.n,H-..Ii -1921. two hundred and seventeen ft6.0. 1. OiR Commanding Offuer 2. A Star Patient -3. " Finch y ' s " Birthiiay 4. " Ma " Beatty CAMP SEVIER 5. Trench Scouting 6. Our First Home in Camp 7. Hide or Hyde 1921. two hundred and eighteen I Aao. Camp ebier Sevier, S. C. Representative, Emily Anderson The month of October brought thirty-five students to Camp Sevier, South Carolina. Miss Milhken, the Chief Nurse, gave us an enthusiastic welcome, and it was not long before our Commanding Officer, Colonel Pressly, gained our love and confidence. Miss Beaty and Mrs. Finberg added their interest, creatin g an atmos- phere of happiness as complete as that of a family circle. At the end of a week we put on our long blue dresses and white caps. This, of course meant duty and the realization of the longed for opportunity of serving suflfering humanity. But it was hard for us to understand that that dream was to be accomplished by making empty beds and cleaning tables. Early in March twenty-five of us were! accepted and on the fifteenth of the same month we were transferred to Camp Taylor. At this point began the era of affiliation bringing separation in its wake. Now, at Walter Reed, at the close of our training there will be eleven girls, representing Camp Sevier to graduate from the Army School of Nursing. " ZtatM ILittle Jiluc tiirtsi " Twelve little blue-birds, all of them from heaven, One was late for roll-call and then there were ' leven. ' Leven little blue-birds walking in the glen, Along came a doughboy and then there were ten. Ten little blue-birds, standing proud and fine. One married a " shave-tail. " and then there were nine. Nine little blue-birds, staying out late, One got caught, and that left eight. Eight little blue-birds, one went to Camp Deven, After she departed, then there were seven. • ' Seven little blue-birds (cunning little chicks!). A rich patient plucked one, and then there were six. Si.x little blue-birds then promised not to wive, But one got lonesome, so that left five. Five little blue-birds, mopping up the floor. One kissed a corpsman and that left four ! Four little blue-birds, wishing they were free, One of them got her wish, and then there were three. Three little blue-birds, with all the work to do, So one went home to mother, and that left two. Two little blue-birds, cussing at the Hun, Which pleased a wounded buddic, and that left one. One little blue-bird, waiting all alone, I ' d like to ask her " Would Yuh? " but she has a heart of stone. I ' ve got to have a blue-bird — no other one will do. So, nurse. Oh, won ' t you have me? for the one I mean is you ! An Ex-Patient. 1921. two hundred and nineteen A6.0. CAMP SHELBY 1. Student Quakteks 6. OuK First Cap 9 Drill . Blue-birds 3. " Flu " Hospital 8. Colonel Bavlid 4. From " Squaw Camp " 9. Miss Macaff.e 5, Miss Henninc 10. Camp Shflky -1921 hvo hundred and twenty I- aen Camp ftelbp Hattiesburg, Miss. Representative, Bossie B. Raxiile In September, 1918, in answer to the country-wide call for nurses, forty-nine girls, from twenty dififerent states, assembled at Camp Shelby, Miss. They laid aside the habiliments of home, school and office and, uniformed in blue, proclaimed themselves ready to take up the tasks, both arduous and pleasant, which make up a nurse ' s training. After a month of class work, both theoretical and jiractical, they were at last assigned to ward duty, and joyfully did their share in the combat with the dread " flu " that swept the country. Not only to nursing did they apply themselves, for many happy hours were spent on the drill-field, on ambulance rides, hiking through the woods and at various parties and dances. After the signing of the Armistice more than half the number went back to their former duties, and in February, 1919, the twenty-one who were left were transferred to Camp Custer, Michigan. Only a few months were spent there, then a second transfer took them to Ft. McPherson, Georgia, where they spent a busy, happy summer preparing for affiliations. In October, fourteen of the original number were left. Nine were sent to Philadelphia and five to New York. Of the five, one slipped away, leaving in the hearts of her classmates a loving memory of one who was ' ' faithful unto death. " Now Commencement drawing near finds nine of the Shelby group still in training, two in the west and seven in the east, eagerly looking forward to the day W ' hen they may face the world, equipped to do their best in the work they love to do. My mind is full of a thousand of things, Like class and drill and fallen kings. But well I know the longed for day. When the Student Nurses get their pay. 1921. two hundred and twenty-one A6.a m PI ■E ii 1.1 1? Hr 1 ' 1 IM K ' J mH ' m SHh i ! f L . ■...:: ■: ' --■ • »«i The Stl ' OENTs ' Mascot 1921. two hundred and twenty-two T PyQn. Camp }tv ban Alabama Representative, Mina Tyson From the east, from the west, From the north and south, All into Camp Sheridan, Rode the thirty students. " Report to the C. O. ' s Office. " Go to the Chief Nurse, " said he. Thus, imo the red tape of the army, WaHced the thirty students. " On duty, student nurses ! " Was there a girl dismayed ? Yes, and the soldier knew some one had blundered. But he never criticised. For he fully realized. That he must endure it, On the wards of Camp Sheridan Toiled the thirty students. Soldiers to the right of them. Soldiers to the left of them. Soldiers in front of them. Grinned and bore it. Summoned often by call and liell. Steadily they worked, and well, Down in old Camp Sheridan, On those hospital wards. Toiled the thirty students. Made all the beds in sight, Scrubbed all the tables white, Gave the baths all right. Took the T. P. R. ' s while A ] the boys wondered. Plunged into lectures daily, Wrote their exams gaily. Red Cross teas and parties Lured the students now and then. Chaperoned and Chaperoned, Then they were transferred. But not, not thirty students. Soldiers to the right of t hem. Soldiers to the left of them. Sold ers behind them. Were discharged and transferred. When ward after ward was closed. They that had tried their best. Went to a camp in the great Middle West, Un from the sunny south, .Ml that was left of them. Left of the thirty students. W hen can they, their first camp days forget? O the happy days without regret ! .All seemed so wonderful. They answered to the Spirit of 1918, They answered to the need of the heroes vou ' ve seen. Those Camp Sheridan Students. M itlcmorp We remember, we remember, dear old Camp Sheridan. Somehow it means a whole lot more than any other can. We started there so bravely, tho ' we didn ' t stay o ' er long. We never can forget it— if we do there ' s something wrong. We remember, we remember, full many a chilly morn. We had to rise at six o ' clock, and wished we ' d never been born. Then beds we made, ten score and more, and more and more and more. And found that making beds and beds, made backs most frightfully sore. We remember, we remember, those funny Doctor men, Who lectured us on bugs and bones as only Doctors can. They caused us many troubled thoughts and most unpleasant dreams, We even felt that polymorphs could make a humerus scream. We remember, we remember, how loath we were to leave. In spite of all the rules and work our eyes were dried with sleeves, We ' ve been lots and lots of places since we left Ole Alabam, But it holds its place in all our hearts— Our own Camp Sheridan. 1921. two hundred and twenty-three rf- fton i 1 FORT SHERIDAN, ILL. 1. U. S, General Hospital, No. 28. Fort Sheridan, III. 2. Miss Margaret Wilson, C. N. 3. The Beach 4. Lake Michigan 5. Old North Gate 6. Gun Woods Dog - lOOl two hundred and twenty-four T aea Jfort fteriban Chicago, 111. Representative, V. L. Seanor A little more than twenty-five miles north of the city of Qiicago, situated on Lake Michigan, is Fort Sheridan, one of the most beautiful of the Army posts. The original reservation, consisting of six hundred thirty-two acres was conveyed to the United States by citizens of Chicago in 1886 in memory of General Philip Sheridan, a Civil War veteran, and was accepted as an Army Reservation in 1887. On September 19, 1918, it was chartered U. S. General Hospital No. 28. In the center of the reservation stands the hospital, which consists of a large buff brick building connected by covered corridors with the temporary wooden structures or wards erected during the war emergency. It is furthermore sur- rounded by comfortable and attractive officers ' homes which in 1919 were used as nurses ' quarters. At this time the average capacity of the hospital was three thousand. It was not until the spring of 1919 that the " blue-birds " of Camp Wadsworth, S. C, arrived at Fort Sheridan. They enjoyed the distinction of being the first .student nurses at this fort. More nurses came from Camps Beauregard, Grant, Sheridan, Sherman, Custer, McArthur, McPherson, Taylor, Sevier, Meade, Jack- son, Fort Riley, Fort Dodge, Fort Sam Houston and Fox Hills. Lake Michigan added a great deal to the beauty and charm of the fort. Social activities of various types were planned for the nurses. Tennis, bathing and canoeing every day from June until September. Dances were given at the Nurses ' Red Cross and at the Ball Room. In the summer evenings when the weather permitted some form of entertainment was given on the beach by the Red Cross, Y. M. C. A.. K. of C. or Jewish Welfare Society. Beach parties were popular with their bonfires surrounded by groups of merrj ' people. Mrs. Mason ' s Tea Room was patronized in the afternoons. The year of 1920 brought many changes. In July the hospital was changed to Lovell General Hospital. Many patients were discharged or transferred to other places. This made it necessary to decrease the number of nurses and by September all of the students had been transferred. Those from the East went to Walter Reed. Washington, D. C, and those from the West were sent to Letterman General Hospital, California. The work would not have meant so much to the students had it not been for the assurance, protection and careful supervision of Colonel Bispham, Command- ing Officer ; Misses Smith and Wilson, Chief Nurses ; Misses Beatty, Crosby, Baristowe, and Mrs. Norris, Supervisors, and all other super ' isors who stood ever ready to raise and advance the standards of the school — to them the class wishes to express its gratitude. 1921. two hundred and twenty-five AQ.a 1 CAMP SHERMAN 1. Tennis at Camp Sherman 2. A Class in Heart Study 1921. two hundred and iwcnty-si.r !• aQn. Camp fterman Chilliccthe. Ohio Representative, Etta Cook Jf etD (EljingS Camp terman ' S tubcntg W ill not Jf orget How ver - good to us Miss Roberts. Miss Friend, Miss Sheelow. Miss Miliken and Mrs. Parkhurst were, when most of us were down with the " Fhi. " How Httle Miss Miliken had pneumonia for a day — at least, we saw her trot- mg off down the road the morning after the doctor had pronounced her seriously ill with pneumonia. The dav we were initiated into the mysteries of our beautiful Diet Kitchen — how proud Miss Sheelow was of it. How Miss Miliken sh-h-ed us through all our science classes— and yet smiled at each inane thing we said. The afternoon they told us we were to appear in caps the next day. How for months afterwards the chief topic of Miss Friend ' s daily lecture was the uniform way in which we were to wear our caps, and the rakish angle of her own can most of the time. The many good feeds in the Red Cross house which Mrs. Parkhurst gave us. Drill, and how we hated it. " Hay foot, straw foot, " Captain Curtis called some of us. and ' ' Take your hands out of your pockets, " was his favorite form of addressing us. " Phlebitis. " to mis-quote Shakespeare, a poor dog, but our own, even our instructors adored him. so much, that they allowed him to accompany us to class. . " Xnd the dav we left Camp Sherman for Bellevue. Even that day is a pleasant one to remember for it showed us the place we held in our Miss Robert ' s heart. i urSesi ' Kipling W ' htn the Post ' s last ward is straightened, And tlie lieds. standing all in a row. .Show spreads that are smooth and spotless, And flat pillows, as pillows should show; When we ' ve given out all of the Dakin, And adiTiinistered each C. C. pill. And each dose that goes for making Well people of those who are ill ; When we ' ve finished with basins and back rubs. With linen, with trays, and with cart. ' hen the wash rooms, the porches, and bathtub!!. Have had of our time each a part : When hot-water bags are replenished, -And we ' ve covered each one as we must ; When the " Supe ' s " hand, as it wipes off a bedrail, Shows a palm spotless of dust. We shall rest. and. faith, we shall need it. Lie down for an aeon or two. Till some " Supe " comes along and sees us And sets us to work anew. Vs_._ 1921. iivo hu . " ■ ' uenty-seven aQ.a CAMP TAYLOR " Student Nurses ' Boupoir " — Camp Taywr Elsa Goldberg — Head of Training School Pergola — A Gift to the Hospital 1921. two hundr ' - ' ' -eight A6n. Camp Hacfjarp aplor Kentucky Representative, Inez Pyle Date — f)0 years henee. Time — Evening story hour. Place — Around the fire. Dramatis Personae: Former Army Student Nurse. Her grandchildren. " Now. grandma, we want something real interesting this evening. You know you have just many things to tell us. " " All right you have been so good today, you were so quiet while grandma was taking her nap. " About the time our country had a war with Germany many of our soldier boys went to France. Of course when they were over there getting hurt, they had to have nurses to take care of them. The few nurses who were in the army, were sent to France, so that didn ' t leave anyone to take care of the soldiers in this country. They couldn ' t get enough graduate nurses, so they decided to have girls enlist and train them. Grandma and forty others were sent way down to Camp Taylor, Kentucky; and on December 1st, 1918. began their training, with Miss Goldberg and Miss Maples as Supervisors; aLso Miss Cochran as our Social Direc- tress. At first we had classes all day, learning to make beds, and many things which we thought we already knew. Then, on New Year ' s Day, 1919, we began working on the wards, putting into practice all the things we had learned while in the class room. " " And didn ' t you have to study anymore ? " " Indeed we did, we studied and studied and studied. " " Did you ever have dances and dance with the soldiers ? " " Oh, yes, we had a dance once a week at the Hostess House, but we did not dance with the soldiers. No one but officers could attend these dances on Nurses ' night. But then — we used to have a good time even at that. We always wore our blue uniforms and Miss Goldberg or Miss Cochran chaperoned us. " Until the first of June our class had never been separated but in June, 1919, some of us went to Barnes Hospital in St. I.ouis. and some to Fort McPherson, Georgia. It was quite hard to part, as we had really been more like a happy family than anything else. Miss Goldberg was so good to us. we just loved it there. But the best part of it was, that in April, 1920, after being separated for eight long months, we met again at Fort Sheridan, 111. It was not for long, for in six weeks some of us went back to St. Louis Public Health for training. Others went to Henry St. Settlement in New York and the rest of us were sent to Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D. C, and finished our training there. " " ' ell, grandma, were you glad you did that? " " Honey child, I wouldn ' t have had it different for all the money in the world. Those three years with Uncle Sam have always been a bright spot in my life, all through these fifty long years. " 1921. tTtw hundred and twenty-nine A.a.a CAMP UPTON 1. Miss Arnold — Chief Nurse 4. " As We Were " 2. At the Field-Meet 3. Miss McPherson 5. Mary at the Bat 6. The Beach at Upton 1921. tvuo hundred and thirty pi.Qn. Camp pton Upton, L. I., N. Y. Representative, Ruth Fisher Three years of alternate turmoil and calm! Three years of joys and sorrows! Let us skip backward over these years— merrily and quickly— glancing- neither to the right nor to the left of us — lest we see lurking turmoil — to their very beginning. Camp Upton. There were the joys of thirty different personalities getting acquainted and the hajipy anticipation of ' ' being a nurse. " We started our activities with classes. CLASSES! all very new and interesting at first, but oh! the continuity of them after the novelty had worn off. In those days the excursions to the beach were gladly hailed. Our THANKS Red Cross for the many beach parties you made it possible for us to have. Outstanding above all else we will always remember the wonderful spirit and happy home atmosphere instilled into every one of us by Mis ' ? Arnold and Miss McPherson. They were constantly leading us to the higher ideals for which we must stand, and always interpreting the hard things as they confronted us. The Camp Green L ' nit was a welcome addition to .our family and we regret ver - much that we cannot say Upton was their first nesting place. Our " Probie " days were truly happy, and the reminiscences are pleasant, very. The first " Turmoil " was the sending of half the ' ' Gray Sweater Brigade " to the North, and half to the South, and though there are now " But the other six to shout. With one voice " UHMM! NOT MEl ' Cos I ' se not sayin ' I won ' t do, Jes what my country wants me to, But der is one job I fo ' see Ain ' t gwan to tack itself to me. Uhmm ! not me. Dat ' s dis yeah supervisin ' stuff. No, Boss, I ' ll bear some udder kind ol) ' cross, Lak make a bed, or gib a baff, I ' se not a member of de criticisin ' staff, Uhm m I not me. It shuah looks fine ah do propose. To be a ' oozin ' roun ' de wawds. But dat ' s fo ' folks what ' s in de mood, And not for me, cos I ' se shrewd. Uhmm ! not me. -1921. two hundred and thirty-one- Aon CAMP WADSWORTH 1. Ouu SuPEKVisoKS 5. Director 2. Our Chief Nurse 6. The First Unit 3. Basking in the Sunshine 7. The Second Class 4. School-House 1921. two hundred and thirty-two A6.a Camp Mati ortf) Spartanburg, S. C. Representative, Mary S. Yoran Base Hospital Camp Wadsworth, Spartanburg, South Carolina, was the home of three units in the Army School of Nursing, and the foster home of the girls from Camp Beauregard who came for their theoretical work. Located in the pines, and adjoining cotton fields, the tent camp and hospital had a very picturesque setting. The first unit of the Army School of Nursing, numbering twenty-nine, arrived at the camp in July. This group of college girls gathered from all parts of the country and were told that the eyes of the Army Medical Corps and the Nurs- ing profession were upon this experiment. It lay with them to make it a success, but the Chief Nurse, Marie Louis, and the Supervisors, Misses Gillett. Learned, Howard and Edge, were the inspirations for the fulfillment of these ideals, while the Commanding Officer, Col. Barndollar, broad-minded and efficient in all details of hospital management, supported and encouraged the undertaking. Every need for the highest type of training was provided. The splendidly equipped school building, the well supervised practical work on the wards and the social and recreational activities shared with our supervisors. Dear to every girl are the memories of afternoon teas in the Red Cross, when Miss Louis poured ; also the Wednesday evenings At Home planned by Miss Simpson, Social Director ; and never to be forgotten are the Vesper Services in the little Engineer ' s Chapel and the evening sings at the Bowl, the open air amphitheater. On January 24. 1919, the twenty-two remaining of the unit were transferred to Lakewood, New Jersey, General Hospital No. 9. another delightful home where the first student nurses were welcomed. The overseas patients here gave more varied types of experience. This hospital was closed in May. and the unit, in groups of eight were sent to Bellevue Ho.spital, New York, for affiliation. Other affiliations for Public Health and Psychiatry followed, and each change found the roll call shorter ; but the .saddest loss occurred at Bellevue, June 20, 1919, when death claimed Fay Carter. The second group of thirty-five students to arrive was sworn into the service September 10, 1918. Following the Armistice, their ranks were greatly depleted. Those remaining in this unit were transferred to Colonia, New Jersey, where their work brought them in contact with overseas patients. Later in the year they were sent to various New York hospitals for affiliations. Finally in 1920 the remaining four were again united at Walter Reed. Thanksgiving week of the year 1918 saw the third unit come trooping into camp, forty-eight in number. They occupied a two story building consisting of four dormitories known as A-6 and were therefore called the A -6 group. On December first this class was officially sworn into the service. During the last five weeks of their service, together with the group from Camp Beauregard which had joined them, they had the distinction of being the only students on duty in a tuberculosis hospital. Fourteen members still carry on the spirit of the third class. 1921. two hundred and thirty-three A.6.O. CAMP WHEELER 1. Hostess House 2. Pines of Georgia 3. A Favorite Spot 4. Nurses ' Barracks 1921. two hundred and thirty-four ae a Camp OTljeeler Macon, Ga. Representative, Ethel Wiser i otes from tfje 23iarj of a robe The train stole on through the darkness and left me standing on the platform at Macon. Georgia, no more enlightened as to what Camp Wheeler was than I had been before leaving home. After a night spent nnder the sign of the Blue Triangle I received my first army thrill by riding in an ambulance seven miles over red clay roads to the base hospital. Rows and rows of wooden barracks and corridors, a large level drill field and a background of wonderful pines met my gaze. When 1 reached my quarters I was quite surprised to find them as nice as they were (having been prepared for almost anything) and was much interested in the other girls I found there. Of the thirty-three girls who came in the first class, I learned that seventeen had been teachers, two stenographers, one had worked with the deaf, two had been private secretaries, two had done home demonstration for 1 the government, two were students and one a surgeon ' s assistant. No more than two came from any one state, and nineteen states were represented. t Wt hustled into blue gingham and scattered ourselves broadcast over the grounds and in the various buildings where we were not supposed to be. Unused to military discipline, we flew in and out of every nook and corner during the time that elapsc ' .l between our arrival and the beginning of classes. : t the end of this brief period I settled down to business and for three weeks had my time completely occupied receiving various laboratory tests and attending classes. In class I felt that I was becoming super.saturated with instructions in practical nurs- ing and in nursing etiquette, i. e., how to fill a hot water bottle, make a bed, etc., and at the same time maintain proper relations with corps men and patients. By the time we were ready to leave, our group had changed a great deal. A new class of about sixty members had come in, and many from both classes had already left us, a few lured away by Cupid, more by home ties and former duties. After seven months our orders came, and, amidst a flood of tears the cruel March winds scattered my class. H ' entJoi Swift be the peace and swift The freedom of the World ' s oppressed ; Swift the return to civil life and home; To dance with whom and when and where we please ; ' Tis a consummation devoutly to be wished. 1921. two hundred and thirty-five Aon WALTER REEU VIEWS 1. Miss Johnson and Class in Practical Ni ' fsing 2. Okicinal Group 3. Miss Johnson and Class in Practical Nursing 1921. two hundred and thirty-six 1 a a OTalttr 3aeel) (dcneral ftospital Washington, D. C. Representative, K. Campbell " (Bm jFirsst demonstration at IM. E. . . " (fFif i Apologies You shall hear how Student Nurses- How Miss Taylor ' s first young charges- Gave to us a demonstration In the class room of the Quarters At the end of their probation : How they vied with one another To display their skill at nursing Tliat each one might be accepted In the Army School of Nursing. Sumptuous was the preparation Made to demonstrate their knowledge. As a patient, to oblige them. Came a graduate, pale and sickly. Then with morphine grs, one quarter Helped to deaden all her feelings As they bore her to the table In the room prepared beforehand By ingenious hands of Students. When the night nurse came that evening She was told to watch the patient- Watch for shock and all its symptoms. And report it in the morning If a " special " should be needed. All night long the night nurse watched her. Kept her warm, gave stimulation. Put the bed in elevation, to Longfellow) And reported in the morning. " Patient seems a trifle better. " But the next day found the patient With an anxious, drawn expression. In the evening came the night nurse. To her duti es much discouraged, For they told her that the patient Had developed a new symptoin. For the deadly pneumococcus Had begun his work in earnest. And had left his deadly poison To be fought with by the nurses. You should see the list of treatments Given by the Army students To that patient, pale and sickly. In her struggle for existence. But the treattnents must have cured her, For her ailments sudden left her, . nd she rose up hail and hearty. Smiling on her benefactors. This was just a demonstration, mind you, Given by the Army students In the class room of the Quarters On the eve of their acceptance In the Army School of Nursing. " 3- . Our olea-r 1 i " . of noioTnvj 1921. two hundred and thirty-seven pi.Q.a ffiliationg I CAMP DFVfNi BASE HOJPIWt, hAii - Anf Hix Msr Hoim L WT PEDIATMC fAMP MffltE BflS£ HOSPnflJ- HO. NUR inC WMF Huf PKWyS frAJe HOJPiTAL l CArqp LffTON Wif HojprrflL y 2. CAMP JflCKMN fiflSt " HOjnTIL 5C Fox HlUi BASE HOSPITAL HY TORT fl fHMffS0N EWSE HOSRIAl- SA. FoRTOCLfTHOTPf BrtiE HOSPITfll. Gfl CIHP SHfRlDHr ISE HOSPrML ILL. arlP 5H£WI«N ewSE WSflTAL cm Letteman genfiwl hosP ■Sj ' iw P AN CAL. 4 MAiViiEHERAti hOiPlTftt,— i-NEWTOh HOSrFTAL - MAiS- reTEK eenr bwohw aosTon- mgiByrcRiAN riOiP PHiij DtLPHiA it LUKES HOSPlTftL NfH 76flK - eCLLfVUL HOSPITAL NEW yORK - eroOKlYN HObPlTflt N£k YC.K- HOSPITAI- FDR WOMEN MLT- I . MLUrtftifl riOiPfoK, HOMfN DC. eosTo floating, HojpiTfli fffWlDCNCe NOSPlTAL D.C- BflBlES 5UMri:R,CAMP D C 30MN H0PKIN4 Bi LTiPIORE HO CHILDWNfe HOSPITAL fHlUDfiPHU CvtMERAL HQlflTTiL FHlJJlftCLPHIA MfiB TtRlAN riOiP FHiLAOELffJiA BtoOKLVf MOiTITAL HtVi yom- NEWTON rtOlif ' lTfti, HASV ■ ' WITff THE- U.5. f K Y ' J i! my M ' onwKm « HENFjv rfrarr mu 6rk. jtCMICACiCI PUBL. ' C HESLTH — fWILJi Vi5lTiN6NimSEVAi!0(h iO0M!NC-DSLf )!? N tJlM ' LAIW HOSPITAL I SS. 7t)MN HOPKi«IS BflLTIMOfitKD. ftHy WNC- ' IN HOiPlTAL NV. ' ' ftUINBM HOil ' ftm HonEN CC. L ' NI f RSITy HOif ITAI, D.C . BOSTON Llmc iN wssflCKisms WoonLVN HOjCWi. nckVoSk. NfWToN HOSTITAL .M (Si. ifNfWL HOiriTAL RJlWOflPfi.m KKPLPf ANLE A N 21. 1921 Inn hundred and thirly-eig ' t aon. The Army School of Nursing has included in its affiliating courses the fol- lowing civilian hospitals : California : Children ' s Hospital San Francisco Lane Hospital San Francisco (Leland Stanford Univ.) University of California Berkeley (Public Health) District of Columbia : Columbia Hospital for Women ' ashingtnn Providence Hospital Washinpton Children ' s Hospital Washington Babies ' Summer Camp Washington St. Elizabeth ' s Hospital Washington Instructive ' isitiMg Nurse . ' Association Washington Illinois : The Children ' s Memorial Hos] ital Chicago Lying-In-Hospital Chicago Illinois Training School Chicago Michael Reese Hosjjital Chicago lllin iis State Hosjiital Chicago Marvi.an ' ii: The Johns Hopkins Hospital Baltimore Hospital for Women of Maryland Baltimore The University Hospital Baltimore Massachusetts : Lying-In-Hospital Boston Massachusetts General Hospital Boston Peter Bent Brigham Hospital Boston Floating Hospital Boston Newton Hospital Xcwton Lower Falls McLean Hospital Waverley Ml. NES0TA : University Hospital Minneapolis Missouri : Barnes Hospital St. Louis (Washington Univ.) City Hospital St. Louis Red Cross Public Health Centre St. Louis Kew York : Bellevue Hospital New York City Henry Street Settlement New York City (Teacher ' s College ) Nursery and Child ' s Hospital New Y ' ork City Lying-In-Hospital New York City New York Hosijital New York City Post Graduate Hosjjital New York City .St. Luke ' s Hospital New York City The Brookl vn Hospital Brooklyn Bloomingdale Hosp. ' tal White Plains Pf.nnsvlvania : Philadelphia General Hospital Philadelphia Presbyterian Hospital Philadelphia Children ' s Hospital Philadelphia Visiting Nurse .Association Philadelphia Hospital for Women West Philadelphia i T — 1921. two hundred and thirty-nine !• aen. AFFILIATION SECTION 1. Johns Hopkins Hosp., Baltimore, Md. S. New Bellevue Hospital, N. Y. C. 2. Chicago State Hosp., Chicago, III. 6. St. Luke ' s Hospital, N. Y. C. 3. Columbia Hospital, Washington, D. C. 7. Barnes Hospital, St. Louis. Mo. 4. Providence Hospital, Washington, D. C. -1921. two hundred and forty L fton (But Affiliations; T has been said that ' absence makes the heart grow fonder, " and to every student in the Army School of Nursin this will ring true of our affiliations. Going out from the studied and planned protection of the Arniv Hospitals to the stern realities of civilian hospitals, typical among them Bellevue, New York, and Cook County. Chicago, III., tried the sjjirits of the bravest, and it was with endurance as the motto that they struggled on; but now comes the reali- zation of the splendid opportunities such associations have given. . daptability and self-adjustment to environment are two most important factors in the training of a nurse, and in such fields the affiliations of . rmy School of Nursing could not be excelled. We ' do not grow in doing easy tasks; it is the trials and almost insurniountabU- hurdles that develop. Thus everv girl i proud to iinve met and conciuered her training in Gyne- colog -. Pediatric and Obstetrics, planned and provided for in the foremost hos- pitals in the United States. These hos])itals gave a remarkably varied ex])erience in types of disease and injury as well as personal characteristics. A ' ith pride the Arm - students can feel that these hos])itals most regretfully closed their affili- ations when our present class had completed their terms. This discipline and contact with the different methods and tyi)es of patients provided an excellent foundation for the affiliations in I ' ublic Health, most prom- inent among which have been Henry Street Settlement, New York City, work in connection with Philadelphia General Hospital, and recently a class with the Visiting- Nurse .Association of Washington. D. C. The work in the Public Health Field has ]5roven most interesting and instructi e, developing particularly powers of resourcefttlness and ability to assume responsibility. Lastly the affiliations in Psychiatry have been much appreciated. Many girls who accepted most reluctantly returned with the feeling that they would not have missed that for anything. This almost new field promises large opportunities to those interested. Of all the affiliations it can be said — the training was good. The opi)ortunities for comparison with and valuation of our own school was most helpful, and the broadening conception of and consideration toward others ' viewpoints add to the well-balanced and sympathetic women which we aim to be. Our parting wish is that we may in some measure have given in return to our affiliating hospitals and settlements the inspiration and help they have given us. 1921. two hundred and forty-one Floating Hosr. N. Y. Lying-1n Hosp., N. V. Minn. Univ. Hosp.. Minneapolis, Minn. Bloomingdale hosp., White Plains. N. Y Barnes Hosp.. St. Louis, Mo. Twilight Sleep Babies St. Loi ' is City Hosp., Mo. Children ' s Memorial Hosp., Chicago, III, Brooklyn Hosp., Brooklyn, N. Y. Nurses ' Home, Philadelphia Gen, Hosp., Phila., Pa. Public Health Group Illinois Training School 1921. two hundred and forty-two !• aen " 3 Hearncb about patients; from tl se " (With Apologies to Kipling) I was a young one at Fox Hills, Painfully shy to begin ; The overseas patients they helped me To stick it out, and to win, Young like myself, and my first ones, More l.ke the brothers one sees. Showed me the way to be brave and gay. And I learned about patients from these. Then 1 was ordered to New York, To Lying-in-Hospital there, And I took care of tiny new babies. Wee bald heads, or with soft, downy hair; P ' unny and red-faced and cunning, Dolls they were, if you piease. And I loved them alike, black, yellow, and white. And I learned about patients from these. Then we were shifted to Post Grad, This time I ' d wcimen to nurse. And I took care of some who were angels. And some who were devils or worse. They taught me the meaning of patience. Which every Graduate knows. And I found that a smile is always worth while, And I learned bout patients from those. Then I came home to the Army, Back to the soldiers again. Back to the wounded heroes. Boys who were every inch men ; Spoiled just a bit was their trouble. They didn ' t know how it shows. And I wouldn ' t complain, ' cause I liked them the same ; But — I learned about patients from those. I ' ve taken my work where I ' ve found it, . ' Vnd now it ' s the end of my train ' ng. And the more I have learned about nursing. The less is my love for it waning. But the ends of its scrubbing and toiling. And dreaming new patients to see. So be warned by my lot (which I hope you will not). And learn about patients from me. 1921. two hundred and forty-three Aon ISaalter EeeIj (General ?|oSpital rmp c!)ool of i ursing 1921. two hundred and forty-four A6.a CLASS OFFICERS Walter Reed General Hospital. Washinxton, D. C. President Sihney Hood ( " Nell Carrincton Vice Presidents Barbara Price (Ann Wetmore Secretary Dorothea Hughes Treasurer N ' etah Frederick 1921. two hundred and forty-five I- aen. Annual iBoarb Salter 3Bittti General i|ogpital Editor-in-Chief Annetta C. Lonergan , ■ . ,- , , Ruth W. Hubbard rlssociatc hailors i „ , Helen Athearn TZelle Pattee Assistant Editors Helen Burroughs (_ Dorothea Hughes c ,;„; i7j;.„,, Elizabeth P. Arthur iocial honors ■ , ; . ,, Virginia A. Henderson TFlorence Lindquist Art Editors Helen McNauchton LEtta Cooke Jffiliations M " Yoran Julie Russell IVitticisms Marion Weld Athletics Mae Brown Business Manayer Barbara M. Price Faculty Representative Elizabeth Melby 1921- two hundred and forty-six aaa i oji ATHLETICS 1921. two hundred and forty-seven A.©.a 1 -1921. two hundred and forty-eight ! fton tt)lEtics( F, some night this last winter, you could have popped into one of the barracks of the Army School of Nu rsing at the Walter Reed Hospital about 7.15 P. M., you would have thought you were truly back in college. Work was over for the day and all the students were hurrying out of blue uniforms into warm clothes for it would be a cold ride to town in an ambulance. Everyone was going to a basket-ball game, to help cheer her school team on to victory — the Chief Nurse, the Supervisors, and ever so many students ! This game might have been one of the " home games " played in the big " Y " or in the Red Cross House, for here the Army students played such teams as George Wash- ington University, Wilson Normal School, War Risk Insurance teams and many others. Then you would have wanted to know all about athletics in the Army School of Nursing. Probably the idea of physical culture in a school of nursing was something entirely new to you, but to Army students it is a story almost three years old. Ju.st that long ago the Bluebirds, as they are called, arrived in Army cantonments and posts all over this country, and as a side issue from their training began the deveIoj)ment of organized athletic activities. How awkward they felt when an imposing officer first gave them the command, " Hips firm, on your toes raise, knees bend ! " and how many of them lost their balance. But a little time every day spent in " setting up exercises " soon brotight them to the stage when they no longer felt they were " up-setting exercises. " This initial step having been taken, next came advanced military drill, and almost any day on the parade ground you could see a company of students exe- cuting " right front into line " with apparent ease. At some of the camps the students also procured, through their social directors, opportunities to develop their ideas in aesthetic dancing. Of all the facilities that the camps and posts have offered for pat ticipation in various forms of athletics, probably none are more popular with the a erage student than the 0] en-air swimming pools and the tennis cotirts. The more adventurous students enjoy horseback riding, and manv an enthusiastic fan turns out for baseball. Many students upon returning from civilian affiliations expressed their appreciation of similar opportunities in a few of these hospitals. These forms of athletics have had a threefold value in the .Xrmy School of Nursing. Physically the students speak for themselves, as on the whole thev are healthy, energetic and well developed. Interscholastic games have removed the barrier between a nursing school and other institutions of learning, . ' side from this social value, the mental relaxation which follows such activitv is of decided importance. Organized athletics have proved such a success in the Armv School of Nursing and in s ome other nursing schools that in time they will be included in the Standard Nursing Curriculum. B. M. Price, Student Nurse, A. S. N. 1 -1921. two hundred and forty-nine v Aon ?- e oei II g -•» E i ' :Uh 33 3=3 : i £lIL£ , i « J J J Jj I t»»-rf gmt Wir. -.p. o e«rf " rg-«tl« o,p, Ijou. t«« " t gai ■«tr •t.p «t jll. Oi t e« it»r« ( " • =t :3=r:3 it±ii =;3 -D-r..-,! -P.r. ■ ' -I- " !! ' .!.!! jJ laialter B.eeb (general J oSpital tubent urseg ' tijletic dissociation Reason. 1920=21 BASKET-BALL Date Floor S.N. Points Made Opp. Name of Opponents Dec. 6, 1920 W. R, G. H. 20 9 Reconstruction Aides Dec. 22, 1920 W. R. G. H. 20 11 War Risk " Indians " Jan. 24, 1921 Away 24 38 War Risk " Representatives " Jan. 26, 1921 .A. way 14 25 Burrall S. S. Cla.ss Jan. 27, 1921 W. R. G. H. 15 17 Ingram Feb. 7, 1921 VV. R. a. H. 11 27 War Risk " Representatives " Feb. 11. 1921 W. R. G. H. 10 17 Wilson Normal Fel). 18, 1921 W. R. u. H. 25 15 Navy Yard Mar. 7, 1921 . ' wav IS 17 Navy Yard Mar. 11, 1921 W. R. G. H. 32 8 Geo. Washington University Mar. 16, 1921 Away 25 20 Reconstruction Aides Mar. 19, 1921 Away 8 i2 National Park Seminary Mar. 23, 1921 Awav 18 17 Wilson Normal Apr. 6, 1921 W. R. G. H. 20 16 Girls ' Friendly Society Apr. 13, 1921 Away 27 20 Girls ' Friendly Society Games Points Played Won Lost Scored Lost 14 7 7 255 269 SWIMMING TENNIS Miss FiTHIAN Cornelia Cress Winner n under water sunm 1920 Winner of silver cup in tournament with aides, Miss Florence 1919 Cup for diving, 1919 Barbara Price Miss Dulles Winner in finals among students ' tournament Winner in fast swimmiiif] centi St. 1919 with aides, October, 1920 77 ts I S » :3=i 3 fct Tak « «ii...«,tikM tL,«:«,ti)» •U««,t.Wo ,U»«,tiW« clvm Or I-—.—1 »i-Wl««.». 1921. two hundred and fifty ft6.0. 1921. two hundred and fifty-one Aa.o. Social F course it is up to the students to impress the pubHc (as well as the Supervisors) with the amount of work they do, and, in loud voices, vou can hear them exclaiming about the number of beds they have made before nine o ' clock, or how many dressings they assisted with, but occasionally they break away from the working girls ' routine and play the butterfly. Truly, if you didn ' t know they belonged to this class you " d never be able to guess it. Someone has a happy thought — • ' Dance. " Now the most important thing is to get Miss Williamson to say " yes, " because that means she is willing to help in every way to make it a suc- cess. It ' s impossible to have a really good one unless Mrs. McKee is on our side — and she is always. She is a wonder and begins at once to help each committee in turn, and soon everybody is interested and in a short time solves and checks off all the problems. The time, the place, music and eats all look like trivial affairs when she handles them. Of course even she has to have help, and there is where the Red Cross, Y. M. C. A., K. of C. and Mess Personnel come in, and to each of them the student nurses give a vote of thanks. The parties started way back when the school was very young, in Quarters No. 5. with a grand old Christmas party. There were stockings, a Christmas tree, fancy dress ' neverything. We were Probes then and staying up after ten o ' clock was quite devilish. The hot weather on the Fourth didn ' t check the good times. Early in the morning evervbodv rushed to the Athletic Field to see and do all they could. Everybody was eligible, but the stronger you were the more welcome. There was every known kind of contest, races, tug-of-war. pie eating, swimming, diving, the most artistic wheel chair (with its patient) and many more. It ' s needless to say that the students were victorious in more than one race, for instance. Miss Florence and Miss Dulles each ha e a little cup to show " Annette " has nothing on them. As an introduction to the " Society of the Post. " ' a dance was given for the girls from the Camps in October, 1919. The story of their charms could not have been unknown, for everybody on the Post came to meet the new " Blue- birds. " The K. of C. offered for the occasion its hospitable walls and looked very pretty with its autumnal decorations of leaves and flowers. There were, however, none of the wall variety seen. Mr. B ■ plaved as if he had just come from Baltimore, and the enthusiasm in the " liquid notes " of his bow seemed to be transmitted to every foot. When " Home, Sweet Home " came, only too soon, it got many an encore. 1921. two hundred and fifty-two P aoa You will hear some people say that the nicest party ever given at Walter Reed was one night in December, 1920, when the Red Cross Hut was turned into a Cabaret and the histrionic talent of the students came out from its hiding place of everyday existence. The guests of honor were the members of the Class of 1923, and each girl was escorted to the party by a gentleman who, strangely enough, wore his hair plaited down his back beneath the protective covering of his collar and shirt. Stranger still was, perhaps, the disregard of convention by more than half of the men, who wore caps and hats and who (whisper it) never took them of5 during the whole evening. There was dancing — of course. If you had never danced before, well, you danced anywav, as Toe B. was playing his violin as only he can play, and his " pep " V. as infectious. Miss Taylor had to be asked off the floor; she did not, how- ever, accept the invitation. Then there were stunts. Each camp ' s stunt sur- ])assed the one that went before and encores were demanded. ' ' Hutchie " walks the tight rope, held by two huskies from Camp Meade. She featured a parasol, stockings making the dainty fringe. " Bootsie " operates while " Callie " gives the anaesthetic to a poor student nurse who must be " in a bad wav. " for the incision is made from the tonsils to the ajjpendix. Tc-chiiitiue is carefull} ' observed, but despite the skill of the sur- geon the patient is found to be a skeleton u]Mn comjiletion of the o])eration. Miss Hansborough reveals herself as a comedian worthy of note in a cliar- acter dance -hich not only brought down the hotise l)iit a gentleman from the gallerv to reliexe her lonelv condition of s])insterhood. " Hendv, " in the person of " Bill Thay, " took the audience back to childhood davs and through the land of make-believe. So successful was she that those who li ed in ihe Argonne dared not make the journey, for fear they might " Thee Thitli " lions on the way. The girls from Camp Devens sang a most delightful parody on " I Ain ' t Got Weary Yet. " Oh, I ain ' t got weary yet. Oh, I ain ' t got weary yet, Making beds up all day long. All the time I ' m singing the song, And I ain ' t got weary yet. And I never will, you bet. Every patient that I see, Starts in making love to me, If this is war it just suits me, And I ain ' t got weary yet. ! - l92t J two hundred and fifty-three I- p).Q.a WithhiuQ Ceremonp Dearly beloved friends, we, the student nurses frnm Zachary Taylor, scrub- bing down the long;, long trail under close supervision and instruction, have assem- bled here with friends and supervisors to witness the solemnization of the bands of wedlock of Nurse Materia Medica and Corporal Ethics Anatomy. If any one here can show just cati?e why these two cannot work together, let him sjjeak now or forever hold his peace. To the Man, Corporal Ethics Anatomy : Wilt thou have this nurse. Materia Medica, for thy wedded wife to li e together more closely than the molecules of an inseparable compound? Wilt thou love her from the depths of thy diaphragm, wilt thou honor and adore her more than thy cherished che ' rons? Wilt thou keep her in sickness whether it be hemolytic streptococcus or Ebert Gaski bacillus that hold her in their deadly grasj) ? Answer : I will. To the Woman. Nurse Materia Medica: Wilt thou have this corporal. Ethics Anatomy for thy wedded husband to have and to hold as onlv those bound bv an ethical Emersonian relationship know how? Wilt thou obey his everv rule and regulation, even to refrain from meeting him at the Willard Hotel or the Red Cross House ? Wilt thou care for him in sickness even to the taking of his T. P. R. and the giving of his daily bath, and forsaking all others, wilt thou cling to him as onlv yeasts and molds know how? Answer : I will. Double ring ceremony, using vertebrae for the rings. Man : I, Ethics Anatomy, take thee Materia Medica, for my wedded wife, to have and to hold from this day forward to the end of hvgiene, sanitation, dietetics or worse. Woman : I, Nurse Materia Medica. take thee Corporal Ethics Anatomv for my wedded husband, to have and to hold from this day forward, to love and to cherish and obey, until only the ravages of graduation do us part ; and with these rings I thee wed, and ho])e that none of the treatments kill thee dead. Cssap on tijc iBrain The Brain is the top floor apartment in the " Human lUock " known as the cranium, and kept by the Sara sisters, Sara Brum and Sara Bellum, assisted by Medulla Oblongata. All three are nervous, but are always confined to their cells. The Brain is done in gray and white, furnished with light and heat. It has regular connections with the outside world by way of a spinal circuit. It is usu- ally occupied by the Intellect Bros. — Thought and Ideas. two hundred and fifty-four 1921. J aen })E Spirit of 1918 Let us sing to the Spirit of 1918, A song that never can die. Let it ring through the years, That all future fears Of war will be but a lie. Like a magnet it charged Our youth of fine steel And drew them together To work and to fight Through that terrilile night. That Justice might have a fair deal. Thus it worked through us all. And each did his best. Whatever his duty might be. To help win the fight For Democracy ' s right. To save and to keep the world free. So let it not die, this spirit so fine. That helped us to conquer the Hun, But keep it alive, .And help it to thrive. In many good works to be done. Vera Lawidm. Jf aretocU ! We have walked to our work by the pale stars ' light. Or the first faint flush of the day : .And now it is over, we ' re looking back Over the endless-seeming track. Sometimes golden and sometimes black, To the turning point of the way. Our choice was made in the days of stress — The days when our Country ' s soul lay bare — When the brothers with whom we had fought and played. Steady-eyed, silent, unafraid. Went. .And a vow in our hearts we made To follow their steps and dare. We have walked to our work by the pale stars ' light. Or the first faint flush of the day. Three years of our youth ! But we ' ve done our part. We ' ve gained a more understanding heart, A deeper knowledge, a woman ' s art. And we ' re glad that we chose the way. Dorothea Hughes 1921. two hundred and fifty-five aQ.a f UA - - ' ' U-- ' J 15— prtJ Xctterman General o pital rmp t )oo{ of pursing 1921. two hundred and fifty-six I- aQ.a " STUDENT COUN ' CIL " Stupent Association. Army School of KuRSiNG, L. G. H. Eleanok Lc) vi:lf President Aftna Hunt ' ice-President I.oriSF. B KER Stcretary Jennie Shefveland Treasurer Mahel ScHi.AFKi-: Student K?pi-csentative ( noRGENE Case Student Rejiresentative 1921 two hundred and fifty- rl- Pi.Qn. i tubent §obernment HE purpose of this org anization is to unite the members of the Training School in such a way that a self-governing body is formed which aims to uplift the ideals and standards of the School by de -eloping a strong sense of individual responsibility. The Constitution was drawn up bv a committee of five stu- dents. It was approved by the Chief Nurse and accepted by the Student Body the last of December. 1920. It provides for a Student Council, composed of the officers of the Association and two other members. All matters concerning house rules and conduct are settled by the Council. It acts as a Court of Incjuiry and as a Judiciary Committee. Inspection of Quarters is made each morning by three students and once a week the President of the Association accompanies the Chief Nurse on an inspec- tion tour of the students ' quarters. Each room is graded and the record posted. Our rules and regulations are few and the honor system is the basis of the entire organization. Eor instance, late leaves may be used as desired insofar as thev do not interfere with the health and duties of the student, and so far this pri ilege has not been misused. It has been said that one of the most important things in life is to find one ' s self, and we at Letterman think there is nothing like Student Govemment for making discoveries. In no other way can one become so well acquainted with individual judgment and standards as when put on the honor system. Student Government is an ideal toward which every training school would do well to work. It is .still new to us and we have much to learn, but we are determined it shall prove successful, not only for our sakes but for the later members of our Training School. EI,E. N0R EowELi., President of Associated Students. 1921. two hundred and fifty-eight I- Pi.Qn. ANNUAL BOARD LoTiiSE Hast Editor-in-Chief Mary Moran Assistant Editor Evelyn Wood Faculty Adviser Virginia Bluel Art Editor Elsie Duthie Society Jknnie Shefveland Business Manager -1921. t:co hundred and fifty-nine (R).6.a i Mrs. Sippy is very tall, well built and handsome. In fact, she is as tall a? Uncle Sam. Way u]) m Minnesota she holds her head in the air and she seems to };et wind of all of Uncle Sam ' s affairs. Now and then she assumes her " womer. ' s rights " and assists him in his undertakings. During the great war Uncle Sam adopted several hundred daughters to help him care for his brave sons. The daughters were not old-timers at this work, but they were very willing to learn. So Uncle opened a great school for them and called it the Army School of Nursing. As Uncle ' s students, nurses were acquiring knowledge; they were also caring for his soldiers. After the war was over manv of the boys regained their health and returned to their homes. J-,ut there were still others who needed the best care Uncle Sam could give them. Thought he, " I will have my Blue-birds help me care for the rest of mv bovs, and finish their training, so that they will be fine women ready to assist me if I need help again. " Uncle is wise and wary, and every day he is learning more about women and what they want. He knew very well ' that all his Blue-birds would have a secret desire to graduate at Walter ' s house, because ' alter lives very near the big White House that shelters our President. The Blue-birds knew that the T resi dent would be far too busy to travel way past Mrs. Sippy to visit Letternian. So Uncle thought and thought — he knew that he would have to be fair and square — and very definite with these ladies. .An idea struck him. Mrs. Sippv was the very one to help him. He grabbed his high hat, flipped his coat tails, and with a few long strides across the states, soon stood before her, hat in hand. " My dear madame, you are very diplomatic, you ha ' e tra eled extensively, and you have a swift current of understanding. I come to you for counsel and advice, ' hat shall I do with my Blue-birds? " 1921. two hundred and sixty I " Aa.o. Mrs. Sippy was before him in a shimmering green and bUie gown. Majes- tically and decidedly she stood with both feet firmly planted on the Gulf, and either arm extended — one to the East and one to the West. " Honored and respected sir, I will decide for you. The East is West, and the West is East in the good old U. S. A. Furthermore, the House of l.etter- man is as beautiful and well-furnished as is the House of Walter Reed. Those (jn my right side go to the East, and those on my left side go to the West. Be- cause your glorious country is as great as it is, it seems necessary and most logical that there be an Eastern and a Western Division to your new and won- derful Army School. Though your fair Maryland and lovelv California are tliousands of miles apart, they are united and strong under the Stars and Strii)es. So will your Eastern and your Western Tilue-birds be united in spirit, work and ideals under the banner of the .Army School of Nursing. " Uncle Sam gave Mrs. Sippy a royal .salute, thanked her heartily, and told her that she ought to be a Major in the .Xrmy Xurse Corps. V. Knoli,. rai£(E to ILttttrmm Tune — Slime as Above Lctterman. beside the bay, Lettcrman, we sing to tliee ; . ' mong the pines we love to stray. We love thy trees, thy ocean breeze; Where mists and fogs, the sun ' s bright day. We ' ll ne ' er forget thy skies of blue ; Around thee love to play. Our Army School. REFRAIN Our voices raise to Letterman, -■ nd thee we praise, oh Letterman, Thy shadowed ways where duty sways. Oh happy days at Letterman, ilere ' S to JHajor timson Oh, here ' s to Major Stimson, Major Stimson, Major Stimson — Oh, here ' s to Major Stimson, who ' s Dean of our school, love her, God bless her; we love her, God bless her. Oh, here ' s to Major Stimson, who ' s Dean of our school. fere ' s to nne (§ootiricf) Oh. here ' s to Anne Goodrich. Anne Goodrich, Anne Goodrich- Oh, here ' s to Anne Goodrich, who founded our school. We love her. God bless her ; we love her, God bless her. Oh, here ' s to .Anne Goodrich, who founded our school. 1921. :,. ' () hundred and si.vfv-une fton l fje Cabe broppersJ The little banded cups and saucers can tell vou more about teasi])ping at Letterman than I can. The fat silver tea-kettle will twinkle when she simmers, about the time the faculty and students from Stanford Universitv and Children ' s Hospitals were entertained. How straight the straight chairs stood, and how the rockers hardly dared rock until they discovered that faculty and students are the same the world over. Then they latighed with the rest. The tea cups complain that they had to be washed at least four times when the Public Health students were hostesses to the girls of several sororities at the University of California. The best wicker rocker has a better story and she looks scornfully at her humble comrades when she tells you that Major Stimson sat in her, and who she vows drank tea and ate as many cakes as an ordinary person. The waffle iron could impress you with her knowledge of many secret ses- sions, but your time is short and you cannot wait for more. Pribge When we first came into the army we were inoculated with several kinds of bugs to keep us free from di.sease, but one little bug of which we were totally unaware has come into our mid.st. The etiolog}- is unknown, but every night a ne - victim succumbs to the disease. The period of incubation is short, the onset is sudden, the s} ' niptoms are unmistakable. The patient continually utters such meaningless phrases as " two no trump, " " I ' ll double you, " " any honors, " " by. " " what ' s trump? ' ' She makes frecjuent and unexplained trips to the Nurses ' Recreation House. This disease is prevalent among all Letterman nurses, even Chief Xurses are not immune. Diagnosis — Bridge. Prognosis — Poor. Treatment — None desired. 1921. two hundred and si.vtv-tivo i I rl- Pi.Qn tEennig, g 3s; = = t Hetterman HE EAGLE screamed — blam .... Another ball in the rabbit pen. A howl from the tenni.s court and four dejected Bkie-birds ' faces were pressed to the unyielding wire of the enclosure. Busi- ness of peering into all the compartments — discouraged silence. " Well, " wailed a would-be sport, " that ' s the last ball, and that skinny Rabbit Sergeant isn ' t due to return for hours. Five of them in there now — who has a P. G. in scaling barbed-wire entanglements ? ' ' Biting reply, as follows : " Being as how you were the snappy edition of May Sutton who fired them in there, I fancy you are elected bv popular vote to fish them out. " A round of applause by all but the blushing candidate. Gingerly, clinging to the rusty network, the quavering lass made her perilous way to the top, where she met a nice little row of hostile barbs awaiting her, Beaucoup muttering which in one of the coarser sex would have been understood and appreciated as the outpourings of a soul in torment, but dropping from the lips of the tender maid suspended in mid-air, these ejaculations caused the other three on the ground to cover their ears in horror. A mighty effort, a terrific thud and a graceful (?) landing on the roof of the palatial home of Br ' er Rabbit ■ — hence to the ground with scant ceremony. Much panic amongst the Beasties. Many scathing remarks from the tennis court. " Great skulls ! Why did you land in that pen ? The balls are all on the other side. " Futile anger and more clambering over gates. Further conversation ! " That poor Bunny over there looks as if he had been inoculated with gas bacillus. One of them blew up last night. Better keep your eye on him, old dear ; he ' s about to sit down on two of our best balls. " Zam ! . . . The speaker dodged. The balls were returned accurately. " Don ' t hurry back, gentle dove, that good-looking lieutenant will make up the foursome. You are in such a charming mood you will be good company for the animals! Serve — whang! " • m 1921. J two hundred and si.vty-lhrce I :!• Aaa ftumor (more of it) Scene — Diet kitchen, any ward. Graduate nurse and student nurse serving trays. Graduate Nurse : " Miss Frater, will you carry that tray to Xumbef 23 ? " Student (indignantly) : " Where ' s the corpsnian? " Graduate : ' When I was in training I served thirty trays, three times a dav. alone. " Student : " My grandmother didn ' t ha e a sewing machine until she was thirty ' ears old. hut that doesn ' t mean that I ' m going to sew by hand all mv lite. " We find thi.s quotation in the Middle West literature; " The further you travel west, the more you realize the Wise Men came from the East. " A young lad awakening from anesthetic: " AMiat ' s your name? " Student Nurse: " Miss Fulton. " Young T,ad : " Did your husband invent the steamboat? " Aprons only ! Student nurses will wear a])rons only when on ward dutv. are removed, black ties will be worn to complete costumes ' . Wh en aprons Tell us why : Student nurses should meet privates on the Commanding Officer ' s steps? The P. F. A. is called a " Kitty Ranch " ? Numbers thirteen, twenty-one and two are such unpopular nunibers at the Letterman ? AS THE PL ' fJI.lC SEES 17S A group of student nurses passed two men students (on U. of California Campus). A .straggler heard the following: " Say, who are those women in uniform? ' ' " Well, [ don ' t know, but as I understand it they are a bunch of nurses who went into the army for training. The army wouldn ' t gi e them much of a train- ing, .so now they are trying to give them an education. " SOME FEAT Student Nurse: " ' hy are you limping? " Young Captain in .Aviation: " I went up in a balloon and walked back. " Student Nurse (telephoning) : " Oh, Major Reynolds, I forgot to ask about that eye medicine you ordered for Private Jones. " Major R.: " Well? " S. N. : " Do you drop it in his eyes before or after meals? ' ' 1921. i two hundred and sixly-fotir JUNIOR CLASS, WALTER REED GENERAL HOSPITAL Cla£Ssi 0ilittvi President Margaret Meredith Vice-President Villa Mohi.er Secretary E. Juanita McElroy Treasurer Hattie Kem merer Jthletic Manager Margaret MacBryde Class i oll Edna Daultox Anna Gudelsky Elizabeth Joubert Hattie Kem merer Margaret MacBryde Eyelyn Magnuson Gertrude Marshe Ida Bjorkquist Juanita AIcElroy Margaret Meredith Marguerite Miller ' illa Mohler Martha Patton Edna Ritenour T.iLi.iAN Villmeroth 1921. ttco huiidicd and sixty-five i aa.n. »e re Juniors; i?oto E ' EN months and twenty days ago Uncle Sam brought forth at Walter Reed a new class, conceived in enthusiasm and dedicated to the proposition of nursing soldiers (and their wives, etc.). Oh portal of op])ortunity swinging slowly open before our eyes as we neared the hospital ' Already we saw ourselves hur- r -ing from bed to bed, cooling brows which surely must have burned before our arrival. How important we felt as we cast our eves about us in the train. Surely everyone realized the self- sacrificing call we had been benevolent enough to answer — and. oh, how frivolous every per.son and thing seemed. Separate and alone — quite alone — each one of us arrived, and by the time we had wended our way to the Administration building ( no one seeming to notice particularly our presence on the post ) inquiring for the Com- manding Officer, and being told that the Commanding Officer would not be seen at that time of day — why, then we began to feel ven.- unnecessary to the go •- ernment. But it was not long before Miss Williamson came to our rescue, and after a few questions placed us in our resi)ective nooks in the Walter Reed family. Now most of us arrived on or about October 1st, but Miss Joubert seems (we always use the " seems " in our profession to have read her dates back- wards, and arrived a week or so early, having plenty of time, however, to locate a hairdresser — for how could she go about with her hair not marcelled— such a necessity had always been available in Seattle. Miss Daulton, not being sure just what might hinder her between Wisconsin and Washington, D. C, and wishing to arrive five minutes before the appointed time (we always arrive five minutes before in our profession) also preceded the rest of the class, Aliss MacBryde, li ing right in the District, didn ' t get in until the doors were closing, arid even then a few of her papers were missing, and also her apron (but then she could borrow those). Fourteen of us ! That wasn ' t bad to let loose in a village of sickness — and then we were going to apply ourselves so well. It was barely a question of hours before classes began, and somehow we didn ' t exactly begin with them, and when we awoke to the fact, note books, yellow cards, and assignments had blazed a trail far before us — a trail side-tracked with lectures and ward duty. Oh yes, we were finally allowed to go on wards, having received Miss Tavlor ' s approxal regarding square corners and the proper way to clean bedside tables. 1921. too hundred and si.vtv-si.r !• aan, How kind to us the Seniors had always hcen : hut now they displayed real courage, for were they not at the mercy of our blunders ? They were. We wonder if the supervisors, on their morning rounds, ever realized the shelter a utility room may offer to a ])robationer who isn ' t sure just what to be doing during the ceremonious promenade up the ward. Or even a fish globe — what a service it may render, for was it not necessary for Miss MacBryde to dust it and change it to various tables during the arrival of an ether patient — for while thus doing surely no one could expect her to assist in opening the ether bed. An ether bed reallv is such a complicated affair ( even though Miss Willmeroth spent nearlv an entire class period demonstrating its construction). But then there is a great deal to be learned in our profession. Most important is to do and say the right thing at the right time. For instance, we must train our fingers to manipulate various in.struments. We must be able to unlock haemo- stats before an eye compress is entirely cold. In nasal irrigation it seems to be difficult to expel the solution into the proper receptacle, . t least Miss Meredith found it so in demonstrating before Miss Williamson. No one was sure in what direction the irrigation was intended tO ' go. Then considering sterile technique — what a relief it will be when it becomes second nature to swing a sterile towel in the correct way, placing it where it is intended, remembering not to scratch our noses when we are " scrubbed up. " One dav there was great excitement — Supervisors ran to and fro. and finally approached Quarters 9. Terrified, we waited for the worst, ' as the place on fire? No. Someone had committed a grave offense — someone had hung her wash in Col. (jlennan ' s backyard! Bravely protecting the offenders, volunteers hastily withdrew the pink articles (Col. Glennan is a bachelor!) and nothing more was said. So it is we learn something new every day. In Anatomy we have been inclined to add a bone or so. or change its name or location, but Miss Melby says it is most interesting to note that it has all been worked out before us, and it is too late for us to change it in any way. Oh, so many things have happened since October 1st. So many pleasant events have taken place that our would-be trials are nothing. It ' s not so difficult to remember that the lens of the eye is composed of thirty-two parts (not to mention the rest), especially when the Seniors give parties, and Mrs. McKee is e er planning taft ' y pulls, rides, etc. We are juniors now, and although there are onlv thirteen of us (it being necessary for Miss Magnuson to go home to her father) we have pledged our- selves faithfullv to carry on the ideals for which this great school stands and to keej) ali e the spirit of Florence Nightingale. 1921. I ' lCo hundred and si.vtx-sr-Li-n I- Pi.Q.n. 1921. tivo hundred and sixty-ciijhl I- pi.Qn. 0nv rabuates! Miss Ksthfr I ' .acon— Meiiiher of a Religious Order connected with the Epis- copal Church. Boston. !Mass. Mis. Helen- Betts — Now doing private nursing in F.nglewood. X. J. Mi.-s Ethei. r.ovnsTON- — At home. Caddo. Oklahoma. Miss Makv C.kace Brow n— At home. ' est Branch. Iowa. Aliss Edna Butler— Now a member of the isiiing Nurses " Staff at Henry Street .Settlement. New York City. : liss Emily Ceunv— Now at Stanford University Hosjiital. San Francisco. Cal. Miss Ruth Coe — At home. Barron. Wis. Miss Andora Cox — At home, Tacoma. Wash. :Miss Beui.ati Crawford— At home. :Mount ernon. Iowa. Miss Bess A. Cuxninciiam— At home. Granger. Iowa. Miss Dorrit Dkcn-kr- Now a member of the Army Xur-e Corps stationed at Letterman C.eneral Hospital. San Francisco. Cal. Miss Hei.oise DeGraxge— Now married to Mr. Edward Curtis Oldham, of Worcester. Mass. vliss Miriam Dickinsox— Now taking Post Graduate Course at School for Social Work. Richmond. ' a. ] Iiss Lei.ia 1- " air— Now Tublic Health Nurse for Metropolitan l.ife Ins. Co.. Herculaneum. I Io. Miss Beulaii Gon.iv-Public School Nurse at Hempstead. Long Island. N. Y. : Iiss Olivia HEMi-nii-i.— Now a member of ' isiting Nurses ' Staff at Henry Street Settlement. New York City. Miss Kathkrixe Hill— Public School Nurse at Massillon. Ohio. Miss .Xlice Holdex— Now taking a Post Graduate Course in I ' svchiatry at P.loomingdale Ho.spital. White Plains. N. ' . Miss Ruth Holiday— IMcmbcr of the Visiting Nurses " Staff. Henry Street Sei- tlcment. New ' S ' ork City. Miss Edith B. Hurlev— At home, . tlantic Citx. New Jer ' ey. Miss Hazel Hutche.sox— Public School Nurse. Bismarck. N. D. Mis.. l.oK Kiuki ' .stkke— ■il! be married to Mr. Adair Tavlnr. of Wyoming. ill June. I Iiss Amelia Laxxox— : Iember of ' isiting Nurses ' Staff, Henry Street Set- tlement. New Cork City. 1921.- tw(i luiiidrrd and sixty-nine P Pi.Qn. Miss Amy McNall — Public Health Maternity Xurse. iSoston, Mass. Miss Marguerite Moi.litor — At home. Cincinnati. Ohio. Miss I- ' lokence Munford — Doing private nursing in Chicago. III. Miss Harriet Noyes — Now a member of the . rmy Nursing Corps stationed at Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington. D. C. Miss Marie C. Peterson — At home, Litchfield, Minn. Miss Pe.vrl Pope — .At home. Red Cloud, Neb. Miss Grace Pratt — Will accept a position as Head of Public Health Depart- ment, Pennsylvania State Normal School. Miss Elizabeth Pumphrey — Now a member of the .- rmy Nursing Corps sta- tioned at Walter Reed General Hospital. Washington. D. C. Miss Olive ReiD ' — Now a member of the .Army Nursing Corps stationed at Walter Reed Genera! Hospital. Washington. D. C. Miss Winifred .SciirRERS — Member of ' isit!ng Nurses ' .Staff. Henry Street Settlement. New York City. i 1iss Harriet Schwaxz — At home, Lorimor. Iowa. Miss H.annaii Smylie — Member of the Army Nursing Corps stationed at Let- terman Gen. Hospital, San Francisco, Cal. Miss Zara Solo.mon — Public School Nurse. Montgomery. Ala. Miss .Solomon ■ was the first graduate of the .Army School of Nursing. In June she will be , , married to Mr. Ethan Bixby. of Tennessee. Miss Phoebe Swensijn — Doing private nursing in Chicago. III. Miss Mary Thatcher — .At home. Swarthmore. Pa. Miss Florence Thorpe — At home. Iowa Falls. Iowa. Miss Margaret Trac:y — At home. Cincinnati, Ohio. Miss Carrie Tucker — With the Baby Milk Fund .Association. Cincinnati, Ohio. To Annie W. Goodrich, Founder and Best Friend of the A. S. N., with fond hopes that in vears to come, when some of us have begun to reach her ideals in the nursing profession, she will not mind if we gather around her and sing: To the Tune of " My Mammy " Annie — Annie — We honor you — and love you, too. For you ' ve been good To your girls in blue. Annie — Annie — Our heart-strings are tangled Around our Annie. She called us When our Country needed us — She made us Girls that Uncle .Sam can trust. Annie — Annie — Let ' s give a cheer For one who is dear— Our Annie. — 1921. two hundred and seivniy A6.n. Walter Eeeb General ||ogpital Miss Mari,arft A. Adair 522 15tii St., Franklin, Pa. Miss Elsie Alber ft5(;l) Sunset Blvd,, Hollywood, Calif. Miss Huxa C. .Albritton Graham Bldg., Jacksonville, I ' la. Miss Hettie Alle. Tucumcari, New Mexico Miss ' era Jessie .-VLLENnER 46,57 Cleveland Ave., San Diego, Calif. Miss Catharine K. Anderson 102 West Pleasant Ave., Syracuse, K. Y. Miss Dorothy Rkid Anderson Littlefield, Texas Miss Emily Anderson 141 1 Oak St,, S. E., Brainerd, Minn. Miss Gwen H. Andrew 105 West Madison St., Jefferson, Iowa Miss Neta Andrews Glidden, Iowa Miss Effie Appleby 11. ' Rutledge St., Madison, Wis. Miss Helen M. Appleg. te Wilmington, Ohio Miss Lora C. Arbogast 80 King Ave., Columbus, Ohio Miss Anna C. .Armstrong 42 i Cottage St., .Ashland, Ohio Adiss Martha K. Armstrong 907 James St., Wilkinsburg, Pa. Miss Elizabeth Parks Arthur f)l East Main St., Union, S. C. Miss Helen Athearn 78 Maple Ave., Suffern, X. Y. Miss Esther F. Bacon 44 Temple St., Boston, Mass. Mi.ss Bertoi.a G. Bains 731 Vine St., Beloit, Wis. Miss Laura Baker Carpenter, South Dakoti Miss Lucile Baker Carpenter, South Dakota Miss Esther D. Bandy Hawardcn, Iowa Miss A. Pearl Barclay Scottsboro, Alabama Miss Beatrice K. Barnes 170 P ' ine St., Fitchburg, Mass. Miss Cleo Barnes Rosedale, Indiana Miss Margaret E. Barr Jefferson St., Martin ' s Ferry, Ohio Miss Ethel M. Barton ,313 Unaka Ave., Johnson City, Tenn. Miss Helen L. Bauer 51 Wahiut St., West Haven, Conn. Miss Mary Baylor 546 .Ashland Ave., St. Paul, Minnesota Miss Vera H. Beard Molino. I-Morida Miss Marie T. Becker 1416 Lodi St., Syracuse, N. Y. Miss Christine Beebfk Coklbrook, New York Miss L. Ardelle Belcher 86 Bowdoin St., Winthrop, Mass. Miss Cleo L. Belford 117 North 20th St., Columbus, Ohio Miss Margaret M. Seller 5258 Prairie .Ave,, Chicago, 111. Miss Marion F. Benson Owcnsville, Indiana Miss Louise C. Bentley 1.321 Markley St., Morristown, Pa. Miss Louise Bereiter 1822 7th St., Peru, Illinois Miss Mary A. Berry Box 439, Montgomery, Ala. Miss May Bessling Mexia, Texas Miss Helen Betts Highwood, N. J., care Mrs. Wm. R. Betts Miss Ella E. Bilby Hackettstown, N. J. Miss Lois G. Bishop Bangor, Michigan Miss Elizabeth Black 211 Secor Lane, Pelham Manor, N. V. Miss ' irginia Bluel 322 Athol Ave., Oakland, California Mtss Ruth M. Boedefeld 714 Marion St., Elkhart, Ind. Miss Mary E. Bond Ruxton, Maryland Miss Helen V. Booth 349 Pearl St., Burlington, ' t. Miss .Anna E. Borce 1136 Drake St., Madison, Wis. Miss Eva Madge Bourne 407 Beech St., Trinadad, Colorado Miss Ethel G. Boydston Caddo, Oklahoma Miss Margarette Brewer 315 W. Garland St., Paragauld, .Ark. Miss Elizabeth M. Brookes 3557 Lafayette .Ave., St. Louis, Mo. A 1 1821.- I ' lVO hundred and scvcitty-one P A.an Miss Hou.y D. Brown 120 Purdy St.. Sumter, S. C. Miss Joyce Brown Nora Sjjrings, Iowa Miss Mae A. Brown Garden City. Kansas Miss Mary Grace Brown West Branch, Iowa Miss Nina Brown Neillsville, Wisconsin Miss Pearl Brown Bowling Green, Missouri Miss Phoebe Brubaker Wabash, Indiana, " Sunny Glenn " Miss Sarah Eliza Bunn Tarboro, N. C. Miss Emma Bunting Ellcry, Illinois Miss Lillian E, Buriiorf 1711 South First St., Louisville, Ky. Miss Mildred L. Burns Winchester, III. Miss Susan B. Burridge Randolph, Vt. Miss Helen J. Burroughs Vergennes, Vt., R, F, D. No. 2 Miss Viola S. Busey R6-Waterloo. Iowa Miss Edna H. Butler Manhattan, Kansas, care Mrs. K. L. Kirkwood Miss Florence B. Butzbach 631 South St. Joseph St., South Bend, Ind. Miss Lillian Byerly Olin, Iowa Miss Louise Byers Franklin, Ohio Miss Alice Mary Byrnes Kalispell, Montana Miss Martha E. Calder 404 East Lake Ave., Govans, Baltimore, Md. Miss Manilla Cale I.il6 New Hampshire Ave., Washington, D. C. Miss Irene Caldwell Scottsboro, Ala. Miss Annie M. Callender Poriuonock, Connecticut Miss Katharine A. Campbell 92 Peabody St., Gardner, Mass. Miss Lizzie May Campbell 21 st Oakley, R. No. 7, Topeka, Kansas Miss Marjorie Campbell Harper, Kansas Miss Nell B. Carrington ( U8 Washington St., Lyncliburg, Va. Miss Agnes Case Benzonia, Michigan Miss Georgene M. 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