Mary V. Clymer Diary, Lecture Notes, 1886-1889, MC 16 v. 1

Date created 1886-1889
Creator Clymer, Mary V.

Diaries of notes from Mary V. Clymer, a nurse famous for her appearance in Thomas Eakins' painting "The Agnew Clinic." Clymer was a student at the Training School for Nurses at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, from 1888 to 1889. The notes documented the variety of experiences which were part of her educational program.

Size 166 pages
Subjects Clymer, Mary V. | Hospital of the University of Pennslyvania | Nursing School | Nurses | Student | Pennsylvania--Philadelphia | Manuscripts, American--19th century | Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Geographical location 34th and Spruce Philadelphia (Pa.)
Language English
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Local identifier 4245

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Contributing institution Barbara Bates Center for the Study of the History of Nursing | University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing
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