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    • St. Paul Nurses' Home and School, dormitory room

    • Although the St. Paul Training School for Nurses opened in 1900, it did not have its own building until 1922, when the St. Paul Nurses' Home and School building opened at 3218 San Jacinto Street on the St. Paul campus. This photograph shows a...
    • Circa 1922
    • St. Paul Hospital Collection;
    • Parkland Hospital on Maple Avenue, Nurses' Home, side view

    • The Parkland Hospsital Nurses' Home opened in 1921. A third story was added in 1936. This photo shows the Nurses' Home after the the addtion of the third story. In this era, it was common for hospitals to provide housing for nurses and students in...
    • Circa 1945
    • Parkland Hospital Collection;
    • Evolution of nurses' uniforms from 1903 to 1923

    • Nurses' uniforms became increasingly more practical and comfortable in the early 20th century. This humorous essay on the evolution of nurses' uniforms between 1903 and 1923 was published in the 1923 student yearbook (titled "The Thermometer") of...
    • 1923
    • St. Paul Hospital Collection;
    • St. Paul Sanitarium on Bryan Street, nurses' library

    • This photo shows the nurses' library in the St. Paul Sanitarium. This room would have provided a place for nurses and student nurses to read or work on assignments when not on duty.
    • Circa 1910
    • St. Paul Hospital Collection;
    • St. Paul Hospital's Marillac Clinic, with crowd in front

    • In 1929, St. Paul Hospital established the Marillac Free Clinic for the medically-underserved Spanish-speaking community in the "Little Mexico" neighborhood. This photo shows the Clinic in 1942. In front of the car are (from left to right) a...
    • 1942
    • St. Paul Hospital Collection;
    • St. Paul Sanitarium on Bryan Street, Nurses' Home and School exterior

    • Although the St. Paul Training School for Nurses opened in 1900, it did not have its own building until 1922, when the St. Paul Nurses' Home and School building opened at 3218 San Jacinto Street on the St. Paul campus. Nursing students had...
    • 1923
    • St. Paul Hospital Collection;
    • St. Paul Training School for Nurses, class of 1924 photo

    • In this photo, the St. Paul Training School for Nurses class of 1924 members are posed in front of the stairway leading to the nurses' home. The inclusion of three males in the class is unusual. Males were admitted to the School from 1913 to 1928...
    • 1924
    • St. Paul Hospital Collection;
    • St. Paul Hospital on Bryan Street, aerial view of campus, circa 1946

    • This aerial view shows most of the two-square-block St. Paul campus circa 1936. Behind the hospital, facing San Jacinto Street, are the Nurses' Home and School (the H-shaped building) and the adjacent Free Clinic building. Across Hall Street from...
    • Circa 1946
    • St. Paul Hospital Collection;
    • St. Paul Hospital on Bryan Street, aerial view of campus, circa 1950

    • This aerial view shows the entire St. Paul campus, circa 1950. The hospital itself is at the lower center of the photo. The Nurses' Home and School is the H-shaped building at the top of the photo, facing San Jacinto Street. Next to it is the Free...
    • Circa: 1950
    • St. Paul Hospital Collection;
    • Parkland Hospital on Maple Avenue, view from Nurses' Home

    • Parkland Hospital occupied this brick building at 3819 Maple Avenue from 1913 to 1954. The center section, with the impressive main entrance, was opened in 1913. Wings were added to the side and back through the years as the need for space...
    • 1942
    • Parkland Hospital Collection;
    • "Victory Huts" behind Parkland Hospital Nurses' Home on Maple Avenue

    • "Victory Huts" were prefabricated buildings developed during World War II as a method of providing quick housing for soldiers. The white "Victory Huts" behind the Parkland Nurses' Home are believed to have been used first as housing for recovering...
    • Circa 1945
    • Parkland Hospital Collection;
    • Parkland Hospital on Maple Avenue, aerial view, before 1943

    • This aerial view shows Parkland Hospital before Southwestern Medical College's prefabricated plywood buildings were added behind the hospital along Oak Lawn Avenue. The Nurses' Home is at the upper right. Today a DART (Dallas Area Rapid Transit)...
    • Before 1943
    • Parkland Hospital Collection;
    • St. Paul Training School for Nurses, class of 1913 graduates

    • In this photo, the 1913 graduates of the St. Paul Training School for Nurses are posed in a kitchen setting, with food trays on the table in front of them. A Daughter of Charity sister, most likely Sister Juletta, School Director, stands at the...
    • 1913
    • St. Paul Hospital Collection;
    • "Parkland Was Our Home"

    • This article recounts the experiences of the author, Louise Florence Berthold, as a child living with her family at Parkland Hospital from 1898 to 1902. Her father, John Hicks Florence, was City Health Officer at the time. The article was published...
    • 1971
    • Parkland Hospital Collection;
    • St. Paul Sanitarium on Bryan Street, dormitory for student nurses

    • After the St. Paul Training School for Nurses was started in 1900, this dormitory for students was created on the top floor of the hospital. Students used this dormitory until the Nurses' Home and School building opened in 1922.
    • Circa 1910
    • St. Paul Hospital Collection;
    • St. Paul Hospital on Bryan Street, membership certificate

    • As this membership certificate demonstrates, St. Paul Hospital, in the 1930's St. Paul Hospital offered "memberships" which entitled the member to specified hospital services for a fee of $9 per year.
    • 1933
    • St. Paul Hospital Collection;
    • St. Paul Hospital on Bryan Street Free Clinic building

    • The St. Paul Free Clinic--the first free clinic in Dallas--was begun in 1906. By the late 1930s, the clinic was treating over 65,000 patients a year. The clinic building described in this "Dallas Morning News" article was completed in 1937 on the...
    • 1937
    • St. Paul Hospital Collection;
    • Surgical operation at St. Paul Hospital on Bryan Street

    • A 1936 surgical operation at St. Paul Hospital is observed by student nurses, with a nursing sister in the background. (Note: Prior to 1927, St. Paul Hospital was known as St. Paul Sanitarium.)
    • 1936
    • St. Paul Hospital Collection;
    • Woodlawn Hospital entry gates and buildings

    • Woodlawn Hospital was the Tuberculosis Unit of the Dallas County Hospital System, which also included Parkland Hospital on Maple Avenue. Residents and interns of Parkland's Medicine Service were rotated through Woodlawn Hospital for training, as...
    • 1951
    • Parkland Hospital Collection;
    • St. Paul Hospital on Bryan Street, aerial view of campus, circa 1960

    • This aerial view shows the entire St. Paul campus and surrounding neighborhood, circa 1960. The 1952 Dallas Hall addition to the old hospital is the long, narrow wing at the lower center of the photo, along Hall Street. The Nurses' Home and School...
    • Circa 1960
    • St. Paul Hospital Collection;
    • Operating room at Methodist Hospital of Dallas

    • A nurse and a student nurse (in black stockings) stand in an operating room at Methodist Hospital of Dallas. Methodist Hospital had a school of nursing, as did St. Paul, Parkland, and Baylor hospitals. (Note: This image was digitized from a booklet...
    • Circa 1928
    • History of Medicine Collection;
    • Parkland Hospital on Maple Avenue Nurse’s Home

    • Parkland Hospital opened a School of Nursing in 1914. In 1921, this home for the nurses and student nurses was built adjacent to Parkland. The architect was Herbert M. Greene, whose firm also designed the Parkland’s 1913 brick building. A third...
    • Circa 1930
    • private collection;
    • Advertisement for "The New Parkland Hospital, Dallas, Texas"

    • This advertisement for Parkland Hospital was published in the "Texas Health Journal," v. 7, December, 1894. Parkland advertised in order to fill its private wards with paying patients, who were charged $7 to $12 per week for the room, nurse, meals,...
    • 1894
    • Parkland Hospital Collection;
    • St. Paul Sanitarium on Bryan Street, patient's diet kitchen

    • There was a diet kitchen on each floor of the St. Paul Sanitarium. Food was delivered in bulk form to the floors on a dumbwaiter from the main kitchen. Student nurses would pass out the proper food and amount to each patient. Dishes and silver were...
    • Circa 1905
    • St. Paul Hospital Collection;
    • Dr. William Lee Hudson with Parkland School of Nursing students

    • Dr. William Lee Hudson stands with Parkland School of Nursing students on the front steps of Parkland Hospital on Maple Avene. The photo is inscribed, "To our sponsor, Senior Class '38'." Dr. Hudson was chief of Surgery at Parkland Hospital from...
    • 1938
    • Hudson (William Lee) Collection;

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