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The following is the report of the training school for nurses, under the supervision of Miss Sarah Č. Ebersole, directress of nurses:

The usual routine work has been pursued throughout the year. Graduating exercises were held May 3, 1899, at which time 17 nurses received their diplomas. There were 125 applications for admission to this ciepartment during the year. Seventy: nine were formally considered, 25 were admitted on probation, 19 were accepted and enrolled, and 3 have been dismissed for various reasons. There are 32 nurses, including probationers, enrolled in the school at present. The course of instruction has been conducted by the following lecturers on their respective subjects, viz:

A. M. Curtis, A. M., M. D., gynecology and abdominal nursing.
E. A. Balloch, A. M., M. D., general surgery and bandaging.
E.O. Belt, M. D., diseases of the eye and ear.
N. R. Jenner, M. D., obstetrics and care of infants.
J. R. Francis, M. D., diseases of children.
J. M. Lamb, M. D., D. D. S., physiology.
F. E. Maxcy, M. D., hygiene and general medical nursing.
J. W. Mitchell, M. D., materia medica.
W. A. Warfield, M. D., anatomy.
C. I. West, M. D., bacteriology and urinalysis.
Prof. Louis J. Sanders, massage.
Miss S. C. Ebersole, dietetics.

Graduates of 1899.
Banks, Effie Pauline ..

Indianapolis, Ind.
Browne, Agnes Matilda.

Meyersdale, Pa.
Coleman, Georgia Anna

Columbus, Ga.
Dismond, S. Matthew.

.Lynchburg, Va.
Francis, Bertha A

.Cincinnati, Ohio.
Hairston, Lula C

Winston, N.C.
Henry, Lillian M.

.Lynchburg, Va.
Hodge, Carrie Eva

.Danville, Va.
Hendrick, Eliza Roberta..

Warrenton, N.C.
Hankins, Mintha Carolyn.

.Cleveland, Ohio. Keemer, Jessie E

.Springfield, Ohio.
McEwen, Irene 0...

Mobile, Ala.
Rich, Anna..

. New York City, N. Y. Scott, Helen Viola.

.Rock Hill, S.C.
Thompson, Isabella.

.Mobile, Ala.
Wilson, Emma C

.Montgomery, Ala.
Williams, Almira Elizabeth.

.Lansingburg, N. Y. List of graduates and their present occupations and whereabouts.

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1896.

Name.

Occupation.

Residence.

Ashton, Luci V.

Blackburn, N. L
Burke, Julia
Fleetwood Sara I.
Foust, Isabella L
Gibson, Katherine C..
Green, Anna M
Owens, Laura A
Price, Letitia
Ricks, Antoinette M.
Robinson, Annie B...

Superintendent of nurses, Kansas City, Mo.

Douglas Hospital.
Private nurse.

Philadelphia, Pa.
Now Mrs. Phillips

Jacksonville, Fla. Private nurse.

Washington, D.C. ...do

Winston, N.C. .do

Washington, D. C. .do

Now York, N. Y. ...do

Washington, D.C.
Now Mrs. Blair.

Do.
Private nurse.

Cleveland, Ohio.
Superintendent and matron, Charlotte, NC.

Good Samaritan Hospital.
Head nurse, McDonough New York, N. Y.

Hospital
Matron, Freedmen's Hog. Washington, D.C.

pital.
Private nurse....

Do.
..do

Northampton, Mass.

Shorter, Sarah A.
Simms, Annie A
Smith, Gertrude
Tyler, Elizabeth W

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Musician
Mechanic.
Messenger
Miner
Midwife
Maid
Manager..
Minister.
Nurse
Newsboy
Newa dealer
Oyster dredger
Painter
Pupil..
Porter
Plasterer
Physician
Policeman
Paper hanger.
Plumber
Press girl..
Restaurant keeper....

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28 912 817 2,012

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Nativity of patients.

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Stoward
Sailor..
Stenographer.
Steam fitter
Shoemaker
Stonecutter.
Seamstress
Tinner
Teacher
Teamster
Tailor
Unknown
Upholsterer
Vender
Waiter ..
Wall scraper
Watchman
Washerwoman

Total

Nativity.

Indiana...
Iowa
Vermont..
Connecticut
New Hampshire
Texas
Unknown
Holland
Ireland
Germany
England
Italy
Canada
Switzerland
France
West Indies
China...
Russia..
Austria..
Poland
Scotland.
South America
Cuba
Denmark
Korea.....

Total

Num-
ber.

Num.
ber.

Year ending June 30

Num ber.

190 319 500 519 642 819

892 1, 102 1, 373

1884 1885 1886 1887 1888 1889 1890 1891 1892

1, 509 1, 794 1, 923 2, 017 1, 997 2, 074 2, 392 2, 373 2,331

2, 422 2, 801 2, 476 2, 596 2, 815 2, 355 2, 374 1896.

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The following is the report of the training school for nurses, under the supervision of Miss Sarah Č. Ebersole, directress of nurses:

The usual routine work has been pursued throughout the year. Graduating exercises were held May 3, 1899, at wbich time 17 nurses received their diplomas. There were 125 applications for admission to this clepartment during the year. Seventy: nino were formally considered, 25 were admitted on probation, 19 were accepted and enrolled, and 3 have beeu dismissed for various reasons. There are 32 nurses, including probationers, enrolled in the school at present. The course of instruction has been conducted by the following lecturers on their respective subjects, viz:

A. M. Curtis, A. M., M. D., gynecology and abdominal nursing.
E. A. Balloch, A. M., M. D., general surgery and bandaging.
E. O. Belt, M. D., diseases of the eye and ear.
N. R. Jenner, M. D., obstetrics and care of infants.
J. R. Francis, M. D., diseases of children.
J. M. Lamb, M. D., D. D. S., physiology.
F. E. Maxcy, M. D., hygiene and general medical nursing.
J. W. Mitchell, M. D., materia medica.
W. A. Warfield, M. D., anatomy.
C. I. West, M. D., bacteriology and urinalysis.
Prof. Louis J. Sanders, massage.
Miss S. C. Ebersole, dietetics.

Graduates of 1899.
Banks, Effie Pauline.

.. Indianapolis, Ind. Browne, Agnes Matilda.

.Meyersdale, Pa. Coleman, Georgia Anna

Columbus, Ga. Diamond, S. Matthew..

Lynchburg, Va. Francis, Bertha A

Cincinnati, Ohio. Hairston, Lula C.

Winston, N.C. Henry, Lillian M.

Lynchburg, Va. Hodge, Carrie Eva

Danville, Va. Hendrick, Eliza Roberta.

Warrenton, N. C. Hankins, Mintha Carolyn.

Cleveland, Ohio. Keemer, Jessie E

Springfield, Ohio. McEwen, Irene 0.

Mobile, Ala. Rich, Anna..

New York City, N. Y. Scott, Helen Viola.

Rock Hill, S.C. Thompson, Isabella.

Mobile, Ala. Wilson, Emma C

Montgomery, Ala. Williams, Almira Elizabeth...

.Lansingburg, N. Y. List of graduates and their present occupations and whereabouts.

Name.

Occupation.

Residence.

..do

Ashton, Luci V...
Blackburn, N. L
Burke, Jwia
Fleetwood Sara I
Foust, Isabella L
Gibson, Katherine C.
Green, Anna M
Owens, Laura A
Price, Letitia
Ricks, Antoinette M.
Robinson, Annie B...
Shorter, Sarah A......
Simms, Annie A
Smith, Gertrude
Tyler, Elizabeth W

Superintendent of nurses, Kansas City, Mo.

Douglas Hospital.
Private nurse.

Philadelphia, Pa.
Now Mrs. Phillips

Jacksonville, Fla. Private nurso.

Washington, D.C. .....do

Winston, N.C. .....do

Washington, D. C.

New York, N. Y. ...do

Washington, D. C.
Now Mrs. Blair.

Do.
Private nurse..

Cleveland, Ohio.
Superintendent and matron, Charlotte, N.C.

Good Samaritan Hospital.
Head nurse, McDonough New York, N. Y.

Hospital.
Matron, Freedmen's Hos. Washington, D.C.

pital.
Private nurse.

Do. .do

Northampton, Mass.

List of graduates and their present occupations and whereaboutsContinued.

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Bennett, Florence A
Bannister, Carrie J
Carter, Edith M
Cabaniss, Martha E.
Davis, Annie Miller.
Ennis, Sarah J.
Godler, Isabella
Gaines, Mary R..
Hurlong, Mary A
King, Carrie Ń
Russell, Ruby E
Robinson, Amelia A
Stanton, Priscilla
Sunby, Lillie May
Valentine, J. Ella
Whitson, Clara E

Private nurse.

Baltimore, Md. .do

Washington, D.C. ..do

New Rochelle, N. Y. do

Falls Church, Va.
do

Shelbyville, Tenn.
Hospital nurse.

Santiago de Cuba.
Private nurse..

Binghamton, N. Y.
....do ...

Baltimore, Md.
...do

Charleston, S. C.
Now Mrs. Foreman

Syracuse, N. Y.
Private nurse.

Charlottesville. Va.
Hospital nurse.

Battlecreek, Mich.
Married

Pittsburg, Pa.
Private nurse..

Washington, D.C.
Superintendent and matron, St. Louis, Mo.

Provident Hospital.
Private nurse..

Rhinecliff, N. Y.

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CIRCULAR OF INFORMATION SENT APPLICANTS, The Freedmen's Hospital Training School for Nurses is established to give a two years' course of training to women who desire to enter the profession of nursing.

Applicants may be received at any time during the year when there is a vacancy. Those wishing to obtain this course of instrnction must apply to the surgeon in chief of the Freedmen's Hospital, and printed instructions will be furnished respecting the personal information to be given by applicants. Letters of application should be accompanied by a statement from a clergyman testifying to good moral character, and from a physician certifying to sound health and unimpaired faculties. Applicants must be between twenty-one and thirty-five years of age, of at least average height and physique, and must give satisfactory evidence of a general fitness of disposition and temperament for the work of nursing. It has been the practice of the hospital to appoint only unmarried colored women (this term includes widows). l'pon the recommendation of the superintendent of the nurses and the approval of the surgeon in chief, they will be received one month on probation. During the

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