Nurses -- United States -- Biography
Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:
Charlotta Leader autobiography
Typed autobiography. Leader talks about her deployment during Desert Storm at Nocton Hall, England; Operation Sea Signal at Giamtamo Bay, Cuba; and Operation Enuring Freedom at Spangdahlem, Germany.
Fern Maurine Lowery autobiography
Typed autobiography. Lowery joined the cadet nurse program during World War II. She talks about her classes and work shifts during the war. She later worked at the Utah Valley Hospital.
Barbara Jean Bowman Mace autobiography
Typewritten autobiography. Mace was born in Colonia Juarez in Mexico, and she always wanted to be a nurse. She served as a Cadet Nurse from Jan. 1945 to Jun. 1945. At that time, she was stationed in the Bushnell General Hospital in Brigham City, Utah. She married Ward Mace in 1946.
Nina Maughan Marsh autobiography
Typed autobiography. She writes about her training as a nurse and about meeting her husband. She married Stanley P. Marsh in 1951. She died of a massive heart attack in 2002.
Elizabeth Anna Gleason Mayland history
Typewritten autobiography as told through letters written by Mayland during World War II. Most of these items were written to family members. She was stationed in Missouri and Texas during the war. She joined the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Jun. 1943 and married Lawrence Mayland on 22 Sept. 1945.
Memories of an Army nurse in World War II, 1944-1945
Typed autobiography. Ora Mae Sorensen was born in 1922 in Taylor, Texas and married Edmond Preston Hyatt in 1945. Many letters addressed to family memers have been typed into the autobiography which largely describes her military service as a nurse. She served mainly in the Pacific area.
Typewritten biography of Eleanor Nicholes. Eleanor was born in American Fork, Utah, in 1915. She became an officer in the Army and served much of the war in hospitals in the Midwest, mostly in Iowa. She never married and died in 1997 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Mary Harris Olson autobiography
Typed autobiography. Olsen was from Blanding, Utah, and she was trained as a nurse at the University of Utah. During the war, she served in Camp Roberts in California. She married Ernest Olson in 1944.
Eula Louise Peterson autobiography
Typewritten autobiography. Peterson joined the United States Navy in 1942 and was trained at Mare Island. She was later deployed to the South Pacific in 1945.
Virginia Kay Rawley autobiography
Typed autobiography. Rawley served as a nurse during World War II. She was trained as a nurse at the Latter-day Saint Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah. She worked at Bushnell General Hospital in Brigham City, Utah. She treated Edward Rawley who lost both hands in the wreck of a B-24 bomber. They were married in 1946.