Yesterday: 1962 Class of Rowan Memorial Hospital School of Nursing

  • Posted: Monday, February 4, 2013 12:06 a.m.
Yesterday
Yesterday

Elizabeth Withers Smith of Salisbury provided this photograph of the 1962 graduating class of the Rowan Memorial Hospital School of Nursing. She was a member of the class. The first formalized training of nurses in professional schools in the United States had begun a century earlier in 1861 in New York City. Included in this photograph are the class mascots in the first row, Brenda Grubb and Darrell Brown; second row, left to right, Linda Whitt, Joyce Brown and Peggy Parker; third row, Violet Smith and Elizabeth Withers; fourth row, Mary Ann Hall, Sara Moore, Barbara Grubb and Carolyn Mason.

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