In Her Own Right

Student File, Correspondence Mabel Williams Class of 1917 Frederick Douglass Memorial Hospital and Training School

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Date created 1915-10-19
Creators Barbara Bates Center for the Study of the History of Nursing | University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing
Description Correspondence with superintendent regarding training school application, 1915
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Type Textual Materials
Subjects Mercy-Douglass Hospital | Frederick Douglass Memorial Hospital and Training School | Nursing School | African American, African American Nurses | Nurses | Student | Pennsylvania-Philadelphia | Williams, Mabel | Mercy-Douglass Hospital (Philadelphia, Pa.). School of Nursing | African American nurses | African American nursing schools | Minority women | Nurses--Training of | Nurses, Black | Nursing | Nursing schools | Women nurses | Women in medicine | Medical women
Geographical location 15th and Lombard, Philadelphia (Pa.)
Geographical location 595 East Water Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States| 43.037328, -87.90895
Language English
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Contributing institution Barbara Bates Center for the Study of the History of Nursing | University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing
Transcription 595 E. Water Street Milwaukee, Wis October 19-1915 Miss E.M. Browne:- Your letter was received and contents carefully noted. I have read and clearly understand the foregoing conditions and regulations, also declare my statements to be correct. I am sending a letter from my Pastor and Physician. If they are agreeable please state whether or not the uniforms are furnished, if not, what they consist of. Hoping that my application will meet your approval. I am at your service Very truly yours Mabel Williams