Nurses -- United States -- Biography
Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:
Biography of Dora Maiben by James W. Nicholes
Typed biography of Dora Maiben. Dora was born in 1886 in Provo, Utah, and died in 1978, in Bountiful, Utah. She studied nursing at the LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah, served as a nurse with the United States Army in France during World War I, and cared for United States personnel stationed in Germany after the war. She later served in the Balkans and then returned to Utah. She never married.
Biography of Leona Berg Campbell
Typewritten biography of Leona Berg Campbell. She graduated from the L.D.S. Hospital Nursing School in 1923. In 1943, she worked at the Topaz Japanese Relocation Camp outside Delta, Utah. The hospital she worked in was a modern facilty, and she enjoyed her assignment there.
Estelle M. Burton autobiography
Typewritten autobiography. Burton was a nurse for the United States Navy. She was stationed at Jacksonville, Florida, in 1948. She was in the service from 1948 until 1949. She married Lee D. Burton in 1949 and later joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Typewritten biography of Charlotte Wiehrdt by an unknown author. Charlotte Sherwood was born in 1917 in Hunt, Arizona. She served as a nurse for the Army Air Corps from 1942 to 1945 and married Leonard Irvin Wiehrdt.
Idonna Davis Doerig autobiography
Typed autobiography. Doerig was born in 1923 in Greenville, Utah. She married Albert Doerig, Jr. in 1954. After the war, she joined the United States Air Force Reserve Program and retired as a lieutenant colonel.
Excerpts from the diary by an anonymous author
Typewritten excerpts from the diary of an unnamed cadet nurse from 4 Jan. 1943 to 15 Nov. 1945. She served in the military from June 1944 to Dec. 1946. She writes about her experiences being trained as a nurse, treating patients, and the celebration in Salt Lake City, Utah, at the end of the war. The author requested that her name not be used.
Maurine Harris autobiography
Typed autobiography. Harris was born in Wellsville, Utah, in 1927 and started her training in the Cadet Corps in August of 1945. She studied nursing at the University of Utah.
Mary Jane Neville Johns autobiography
Typed autobiography. Johns writes about her experiences as a nurse in the United States Navy during World War II. She served in Long Beach, California; Norman, Oklahoma; and Bethesda, Maryland.
Evelyn Jorgensen autobiography
Typed autobiography. Jorgensen talks about growing up and about her association with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She also tells about her service at the LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah, during World War II. She married Vernon F. Jorgensen in 1947.
Audrey Fryer Kent autobiography
Typewritten autobiography. She served in the Letterman General Hospital at the Presidio in San Francisco, California. She was assigned to operating rooms and helped with reconstructive surgery. She married D. W. Kent in 1944.