Miss Wolf's portrait; Gate House Shop; opening of Gift Shop with Women's Board; Revisions to Code of Ethics; JHNAA Constitution and By-Laws revisions; status of book on history of the School of Nursing; '52 Homecoming; individual committee chairmen.
Brief announcements of activities of JHHSON alumnae; the Red Cross Mother and Baby Care Course; report by the Baltimore City on Aging and Problems of the Aged; September as the "healthiest month"; American Red Cross activities.
[Article 52:1] Notes from the Office of the Director of the School of Nursing and Nursing Service. — January 1953
Creator: Wolf, Anna Dryden
General profiles of applicants for and students at the School of Nursing; changes in the School of Nursing curriculum and in faculty of the School; improvements in student residence, library, Sherwood Park cottage, Gate House Shop.
[Article 52:1] Opportunities and Responsibilities in Nursing. — January 1953
Creator: Te Linde, R.W.
Nursing as a "profession" vs. "trade"; development of the profession of nursing in the United States; expansion of the scope of nursing and opportunities in many fields; growth of public health nursing; nursing as a preparation for marriage. (Presented at convocation of JHHSON September 22, 1952)
[Article 52:1] Recent Advances in the Medical Treatment of Hypertension. — January 1953
Positive results of some surgical and medical investigations into the treatment for hypertension.
[Article 52:1] Report of Board of Directors of the J.H.H. Nurses' Alumnae Association, Inc. June - October 1952. — January 1953
New committee appointments; financial transfers from Gate House Shop to new Gift Shop; membership numbers; officers,committee chairmen and members for the coming year.
[Article 52:1] Resolution of the Death of Sara Margaret Thomas on July 27, 1952. — January 1953
Brief In-Memoriam article given as a resolution by four (4) classmates
Honors to dean of Cornell University - New York Hospital School of Nursing given to Miss Dunbar at Mt. Holyoke College, MS. (Sent in by Virginia Muldroon, Directory of Public Relations, The New York Hospital.)
[Article 52:1] W.H.O. Appoints Helena G. Lu-Affatt, 1947, Nursing Advisor to Libyan Government. — January 1953
Brief announcement of new position for alumna of JHHSON
Shortages in nursing in all areas in India; presence of common diseases/ailments, but also those not seen in U.S. (e.g. malaria, leprosy); training of nurses in India with very active Trained Nurses Association of India; problems to good care in local hospitals; special problems brought about in India by the climate; beginning of post graduate courses for nurses.
The New Year at JHHSON: contributions to SON by China Medical Board of the Rockefeller Foundation, by a former patient in Marburg, by a former recipient of scholarship loan from the Lawler Fund; increased need for scholarship money for students; change of night/evening supervisor in hospital; new nursing appointments to SON and JHH.
[Article 52:2] President's Address to the Senior Class February 5,1953. — April 1953
Creator: Fallon, Helen Gross
Brief review by president of the JHHN of the history of the association, its founding and current objectives, the Alumnae Magazine that began ten (10) years after the founding of the association, the different funds for endowment and for scholarships, the work of the different committees. Special mention is given to newly-revised Code of Ethics, to the writing of the first part of the history of the School of Nursing, and to the history of the cap, the uniform and the alumna pin.
[Article 52:2] Report of Board of Directors of the J.H.H. Nurses' Alumnae Association, Inc. November 1952 - January 1953. — April 1953
Minutes of proceedings of this meeting of the Alumnae Association including reports of all standing and special committees of the Association, including a lengthy report on the activities of the "new" Gate House Shop.
[Article 52:2] Report on the American Alumni Council Meeting--District II January 8 - 10th, Atlantic City, N.J. — April 1953
Creator: Fallon, Helen Gross
Report of meeting which was the first attended since the admission of the JHHNAA as a member, Emphasis placed on value of alumni to their schools; potential value of council to the JHHNAA.
The traditions of nursing from Florence Nightingale to the present, the opportunities for nursing...a general talk including many facets for a young nurse to consider. (Commencement address at JHHSON May 25, 1853).
[Article 52:3] Quarterly Report of the Board of Directors February, March, April 1953. — July 1953
Quarterly report of Board of Directors JHHNAA including changes in committee memberships, report of Dick Memorial Fund, and detailed Auditor's Report.
[Article 52:3] Report of the 61st Annual Meeting of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Nurses' Alumnae Association, Inc.. — July 1953
Proceedings of the 61st Annual Meeting of the JHHNAA on May 25, 1953 including Report of the President and of all standing and special committees.
Personnel and curriculum changes in SON; new book on Isabel Hampton Robb by graduate student at Ohio State University; monetary contributions to and needs of the SON; different scholarships to be awarded at graduation; brief comments on new National League for Nursing.
Description of the Homecoming Banquet with remarks and introductions by Toastmaster Dr. Russel Nelson, first presentation of old alumna pin to an outstanding member of new graduating class of 1953, mention of speech by Dr. W. Firor.
Light-hearted, but complete, history of the JHHSON, especially giving the changes in the behavior and deference of early nurses to authority. Many early memories of the author as well as many quotes from many nursing and non-nursing sources.
Detailed account of Homecoming related to the 20th reunion class of 1933. Visited new operating rooms, new areas in the hospital, Homecoming banquet in the evening at the Belvedere Hotel, catching up on the intervening years of different classmates, getting a review on the contents of the forthcoming History of the JHHSON book, several tours, seeing classmates and old friends/instructors.