Utica Graduate Nurses 1906-1907 Directory
Directory of Graduate Nurses, Utica, N. Y., Presented by Harry E. Barnes, Prescriptionist, 205 Genesee St. Directory of Trained Nurses, Utica, N. Y., Published every June, 1906-1907.
The Nurses' Registry furnishes to the physicians a place where they can always secure a nurse at short notice and to nurses a place where they can be conveniently reached by the physicians.
DOCTOR: When you wish to get a Trained Nurse, call 427 on either 'Phone, and the Registry in Barnes' Pharmacy will inform you which of the following nurses are off duty.
Names in this online transcription include Aldrich, Bowen, Brady, Breisch, Broadhead, Clayton, Cook, Coughlin, Crippen, Devlin, Dunten, Edwards, Farley, Fay, Fenn, Finnegan, Gorman, Gruman, Hardy, Hatfield, Healy, Herbert, Higley, Hill, Holt, Horrigan, Jenkins, Jerome, Kellogg, Landon, Mathews, McCarthy, McGill, McKenzie, Newman, Nitzsehke, Ockford, Pendleton, Petersen, Putman, Rayhill, Rendell, Risley, Schue, Stevens, Stuart, Sullivan, Thomas, Tisdale, Von Koch, Wallace, Welch, Whitcomb, Wilcox, Wood.
Labels: New York, Employment Records, Nursing
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