Creator: Lord, Evelyn Pope ; Finney, Mary E. Gross
Includes brief In Memoriam to Ruth Williams, member of the first Class of 1891, by two classmates of Class of 1891.
[Article 46:1] Editorials (1) A Challenge; (2) Miss Wolf Honored; (3) An Appreciation. — January 1947
Creator: Dunbar, Virginia ; Frederick, Hester K.
(1) Need for backing from alumnae to obtain a collegiate school of nursing; (2) Miss Wolf appointed to Grand Council of the Florence Nightingale Foundation; (3) thanks to retiring president of JHHNAA, Dorothy Blackman VandeGrift, still very active in professional activities.
Meeting of the New York Club for the purpose of urging university status for the JH School of Nursing.
[Article 46:1] Report of the Director of the Schoolof Nursing Convocation, October 14, 1946. — January 1947
Creator: Wolf, Anna Dryden
Presentation of the dilemma of using students as hospital labor to the detriment of the student nurse as a student; praise for the graduation class for maintaining high caliber of study and work in deteriorating physical conditions and auxiliary staff shortages; the new class of students beginning their education with a new curriculum; the interdependency of good nursing education and good nursing service, the need for study to support actions; the need for college graduates to enter the schools and field of nursing. (Report given by the Director of the School at Convocation, October 14, 1946)
[Article 46:1] Report of the Fifty-Fourth Annual Meeting of the Alumnae Association. — January 1947
Proceedings of the annual business meeting of the Nurses Alumnae Association including reports of the Standing and Special Committees as well as current officers of the Association.
[Article 46:1] Student Nurses Section (1) My First Convention. (2) Coffee Hours. (3) Commencement Activities. (4) New Residence Director. — January 1947
Creator: Stokes, Gertrude A. ; Reep, Margaret Allen ; Webb, Larayne Whalen ; Brown, Frances Woods
(1) Attendance of two students at Biennial Convention with faculty members (2) Initiation of "coffee hours" on Wednesday evenings in Hampton House with relaxation and speakers (3) Commencement exercises for October division of graduates with Miss Wolf and Alice Fitzgerald, Class of 1906 (4) New Director of Residences for Hampton House.
Report of the Biennial Nursing Convention of the American Nurses Association, the National League of Nursing Education and the National Organization of Public Health Nursing with the overall theme of "Nursing in the Nation's Plan for Health."
Luncheon for JHHSON alumnae attending the Biennial Convention at which old and new alumnae met to know one another, but also to come up with a resolution supporting a collegiate school of nursing to be presented to the Board of Directors of the Nurses Alumnae Association.
[Article 46:1] The Margaret S. Brogden Memorial Lecture Summary by Amy W. Greene, Chief, Social Service Department The Johns Hopkins Hospital, October 21, 1946. — January 1947
The Psychosomatic Concept: Its Use in Medicine. Its Use in Social Case Work. Speaker of the first was Dr. Felix Deutsch; of the second topic was Eleaor Cockerill. Bith emphasized that the human functions on the physical and emotional level and both should be considered for effective care/functioning.
Development of caring and nursing from ancient times to present, citing influences of war and science on this development. (Convocation speech at School of Nursing October, 1946 by Mrs. C. Prem Nath Dass)
Brief announcements about membership dues being $4.00, obtaining new alumnae pin, appeal for changes of address, request for alumnae news, delay of new directory.
[Article 46:2] Editorials (1) Can Nature and the Culture Be Reconciled; (2) Mary Bartlett Dixon Cullen; (3)Help Bring Foreign Nurses to I.C.N. — April 1947
Creator: Schnetzer, Helen ; Kennedy, Loula ; Mallory, Cynthia
(1) Importance to pediatric nurses of knowledge and observance of developmental processes in the care of children; (2) Contributions of Mrs. Cullen to the Editorial Committe upon her retirement; (3) Need for financial help for foreign nurses to attend ICN convention in Atlantic City.
Story of Jeltje Jellema, a Dutch nurse, who served in the Dutch Underground in caring for injured shot down fliers and smuggling them to safety until her capture and subsequent torture by the enemy with her final rescue from prison. This nurse is now at Hopkins observing American nursing methods.
New post war curriculum being put into practice for incoming Class of 1949 covers 128 weeks (with ten weeks of vacation) and gives greater coordination of study and practice. It also recommends the reduction of the work week to 44 hours. The specific breakdown in the curriculum is given.
Extensive recruitment program being undertaken by the School of Nursing at colleges over the United States with the names of the nurse alumnae visiting the different schools given in the article.
[Article 46:2] Report of the Director of the School of Nursing Convocation, February 17, 1947. — April 1947
Creator: Wolf, Anna Dryden
Affinity of graduating Cadet Corps nurses with patient care; comments on the "nursing shortage" with recommendations for its alleviations; importance of adherence to education over service for student nurses; the upcoming ICN meetings in Atlantic City, N.J.; the wealth of U.S. rsources, money, etc. vs. the different conditions in foreign countries.
[Article 46:2] Report of the Regular Meeting of the Alumnae Association. — April 1947
Proceedings of the regular quarterly meeting of the JHHNAA including reports of all standing and special committees.
Creator: Roberts, Jeanne E. ; Vlahakis, Wanda Ginter ; McLiverty, Marian Garvin ; Colwell, Beth M. ; Pugsley, Mary Louise Watrous ; Friedman, Edith M. Felner
(1) Adventures with a little black bag during student public health experience; (2) Student Christmas activities at Hampton House, the Main Residence and the hospital; (3) history of the development of the pediatric play program at Harriet Lane and a student's assessment of the program; (4) attending a meeting of the JHNAA and a tea with Miss Wolf.
Brief announcements of thanks for contributions for I.C.N.; meeting of the JHHNA in New York; brief report on National Conference of U.N. Education, Scientific, and Cultural Organization; televising of actual operations at JHH; JH breakfast at the I.C.N.; where alumnae nurses should send historical materials.
Details of social program following the closing of the Congress of the Internationl Congress of Nurses for 78 nurses from 21 countries by the MD Hospitality Committee, chaired by Anna D. Wolf.
[Article 46:3] Nominees for Office The Johns Hopkins Hospital Nurses Alumnae Association, Inc. 1947 - 1948. — July 1947
Listing of nominees for office to be voted upon at next annual meeting of the JHHNAA.
[Article 46:3] Nursing School Announcements (1) From the Director of the School of Nursing and Nursing Service. (2) Faculty and Staff. (3)Commencement Exercises. — July 1947
Creator: Wolf, Anna Dryden
(1) Expectations from our role in the upcoming ICN convention; some of the visitors who will be joining us. (2) Changes in the staff of the school and the hospital, including the upcoming retirement of Bernadette Mullin, head of psychiatric nursing at the hospital. (3)Brief announcement of next graduation.
Account of the "work" of hospitality given by Baltimore to foreign nurses as part of the social times after the convention of the International Congress of Nurses, including complimentary housing, trips to D.C. and Annapolis.
[Article 46:3] Student Nurses Section Class Dinner; Impressions of the I.C.N. — July 1947
Creator: Colangelo, Margaret Nagele ; Munson, Mercedes Pittman ; da Costa, Margaret Mein ; Loughrin, Florence Gobillot ; Spencer, Mary Short
Description of the graduation dinner held for the graduating Class of 1948 (October);several accounts by students of some of the exhibitions, demonstrations, and other memories of the recent I.C.N. convention; the recent spring formal dance held on Hampton House roof.
Includes brief memorial tribute to H. Pauline Little, Class of 1903.
[Article 46:4] Editorials (1) Bernadette A. Mullin, Honorary Member; (2) Dedication of the Mary Adelaide Nutting Plaque; (3) Honor to an Alumna. — October 1947
Creator: Ruge, Ann E. ; Taylor, Effie J. ; Frederick, Hester K.
(1) Resignation of Miss Mullin as Head of Psychiatric Nursing at JHH with photo of portrait on frontispiece; (2)Tribute to Adelaide Nutting at occasion of plaque in her honor for JHH; (3) Memorial to Elizabeth Weller '09 by City School Board of Staunton, VA.
Letter to Miss Wolf detailing the 15 months spent in Germany working with post-war displaced persons and their problems: overcrowding, maintenance of cleanliness, lack of sanitation, teaching of health programs. In addition, the problem of staff and inadequate staff.
Brief announcements of changed reunion plans for Class of 1927, listing of members of committee working on university status for our school, third reunion of the JHH unit, Base Hospital No. 18 from WWI,death of first Church Home Hospital affiliating student (Katharine Mallalieu), update on new directory.
Experiences during the last six months of training during Senior Cadet Period on Navajo reservation in Arizona.
[Article 46:4] Report of the Director of the School of Nursing Commencement, June 12, 1947. — October 1947
Creator: Wolf, Anna Dryden
Current difficulties in recruitment of students for nursing, other curriculum and faculty changes, reduction of hours of class/work time to 44 hours with inclusion of holidays and vacation, comments on problems of nurses in other countries and plans for participation in the meetings of the I.C.N., other school activities.
[Article 46:4] Report of the Regular Meeting of the Alumnae Association. — October 1947
Minutes of regular biennial meeting of the JHHNAA including reports of all standing and special committees
Description of the exterior and interior of the Dick Cottage at Sherwood Forest as a brief haven for fortunate Hopkins nursing students, with the addition of the gift of a new station wagon to get students there and back.
[Article 46:4] The New Cancer Detection Center at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. — October 1947
Creator: Brack, Dr. C. Bernard
The new Cancer Center at Hopkins with its mission to prevent cancer by diagnosing precancerous lesions and actual cancer in very early and treatable stage. This center is s free service held on Wednesday afternoons in Surgical Dispensary for "well" patients.