A young alumna, after a few years at JHH as a graduate, launches a new career in Haiti. She writes of the different "foreign" elements in her adventure: poverty of the population; difficulties with language, climate, food, residence provisions, transportation, recreational facilities; the pressure of isolation.
Brief reporting of significant events in health professions, JHNAA, JHH Nurses' Club,Christmas at Hopkins. Of partcular note is the announcement of the death of Mary M. Roberts, the long time editor of the American Journal of Nursing. Also included is the appointment of the successor to May E. McNeill, the Executive Secretary of the JHNAA.
[Article 58:3] Editorials Homecoming -- Potpurri; Gate House Shop: No Verdict; New Directory: passed Verdict; Class of 1939. — July 1959
Creator: Hayduk, Mary Frances ; Scher, Betty Borenstein ; Hartung, Linda
Brief review of Homecoming; effects of no decision at Annual Meeting on continuing the operation of the Gate House Shop at a deficit; new directory to be decided upon by Board of Directors; three members of Class of 1939 present at 20th reunion.
Creator: Price, Mary Sanders ; Gooden, Julia (Judy) ; Berner, Rosemary Davis ; Borland, Lee-Margaret Vogel
Four (4) speeches given at special program before Annual Meeting to enlighten alumnae to present conditions in the SON as well as plans for the future. Include several personal anecdotes of student experiences on the wards with patients.
Creator: Hayduk, Mary Frances ; Scher, Betty Borenstein
Introduction to "history" theme of this issue of the Alumnae Magazine; thanks to Mrs. Cullen and Mrs. Athey for work collecting letters from earlier alumnae; introduction to new editor, H. Lu-Affatt Kurban.
[Article 58:4] Effie J. Taylor: Humanitarian and World Citizen. — October 1959
Creator: Wakeman, Grace Kussmaul
Detailed article on the "life and times" -- professional activities of and honors to Effie Taylor, 1907.
Excerpts from letters from alumnae from the earliest classes JHH Training School for Nurses as gathered by Helen Athey and as used as fillers for this issue about the school's earliest graduates -- their experiences and school times.
Creator: Fitzgerald, Alice Louise Florence, 1874-1962
Communications from Buckingham Palace about requirements for recipients receiving Royal Medal; also Miss Fitzgerald's personal memories of that day on which she was awarded that medal by Queen Alexandra.