Personal Papers Collections
Harriet Gibbens Acheson Collection
|Harriet Gibbens Acheson
student application portrait photograph by unidentified photographer
black and white photograph, 2.5 x 2 inches, circa 1934-1935
Harriet Gibbens Acheson was born in Mong Nai, Burma, now Myanmar. She received her Bachelor of Science from Ottawa University in 1929 and diploma from the Philedelphia Baptist Institute in 1932. She received her nursing diploma in 1937 from Johns Hopkins Hospital School of Nursing. She was an active missionary and nurse in Burma and India throughout her life.
|1934 - 1937||Johns Hopkins Hospital School of Nursing, student|
Scope and Content
The Harriet Gibbens Acheson Collection consists of a copy of a scrapbook documenting her missionary work in Burma.
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