History of the Farrand Training School for Nurses, The

By: Deans, Agnes, and Anne Austin

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Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket

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236 pages; 8vo (8.25") 21 cm; Hardcover, blue cloth, gold lettering, 236 pages, b/w endpaper illustration of school, index, footnotes, bibliography, 20 appendixes including chronology and lists of graduates who served in Spanish-American War and WW1, 42 b/w photos with captions. ; Published under auspices Alumnae Association. Written by Agnes G. Deans, Anne L. Austin, and committee. Committee chair Alice H. Walker. Foreword by Annie W. Goodrich. Additional material by Lystra E. Gretter and Frances B. Latimer. Photos by Nancy E. Haight, Sophia L. Rutley and others. ; Founded in Detroit in 1883 as adjunct to Harper Hospital, Farrand (named for Detroit surgeon David Osborn Farrand) was among first schools established for training nurses in US. ; Very light exterior wear. On front endpaper in fountain pen: 'Sept. 10, 1951 To Veronica Bancher on this extra special day. Good Luck, Virginia Raymus, Your Big Sister.' No other marks. Main defect is slight waviness to upper edges of textblock. All pages turn, everything is readable. Binding tight. Quite scarce in any condition. ; Item laid in: old small card printed with blanks for patient's name, drug, dose, etc.

Title: History of the Farrand Training School for Nurses, The

Author Name: Deans, Agnes, and Anne Austin

Edition: First Edition

Location Published: Farrand Training School for Nurses: 1936

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket

Item: 1.20 lbs

Categories: Science

Seller ID: 18400

Keywords: colleges & universities, detroit, harper hospital, medical, medicine, michigan history, nurses, nursing, training schools