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Doctors and nurses at the Stanford School of Nursing


This photo was taken sometime between 1859 and 1936 at the Stanford School of Nursing in Lane hospital. The identities of other women in the group are unknown, making this picture another "mystery" item in the Stanford Medical History Center's collection.

We invite any reader who might recognize any individual depicted here to leave a note in the Comments section.

This image is No. 6 of 6 in our series featuring women throughout medical history. The images are from the Medical History Center's Flickr photo stream.

Previously: Working with heart transplant doctor Norman Shumway, Early Contributions to Stanford Hospital, Gladys Louise Goselin with an unidentified baby, Mystery photo from Stanford Medical History Center, and Doctors and nurses in the operating room at Lane Hospital

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