Vanderbilt University. School of Nursing.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Julia Hereford Papers

Identifier: MSS.0207
Scope and Content Note

This collection is composed of one box with thirteen folders and one book within. Researchers will find materials from Herefords’ education, including her doctoral thesis, as well as materials from her tenure at Vanderbilt University. Furthermore, there is a large compilation of photographs of both her and her peers archived in the collection. Finally, there is correspondence to Hereford and condolences following her death.

Dates: multiple

Dorothy Johnson Papers

Identifier: EBL-0104

Papers and personal materials beloging to educator and nursing theroist Dorothy E. Johnson documenting her teaching, research, and writing activities. Ms. Johnson, a 1942 graduate of Vanderbilt Univisity School of Nursing spent the majority of her professional career at UCLA School of Nursing and is considered among the leading nursing theroists in the 20th century.

Dates: 1938-1998

Joyce K. Laben Collection

Identifier: EBL-0105

Papers and materials beloging to Joyce K Laben documenting her career as a psychiatric nurse, research and teaching activities. Professor Laben served on the faculty of Vanderbilt University School of Nursing until her retirement in 1998.

Dates: 1955 - 1999

Nursing School Centennial

Identifier: MSS.0752
Scope and Contents

This collection includes one flat box which holds the hardback centennial celebration history book, the paperback centennial event schedule, and two commemorative medallions.

Dates: 2008

Shirley C. Titus, Collection

 Collection — Folder 1: [Barcode: 30081048324424]
Identifier: MSS.0458

This collection contains a reprint of journal articles written by Shirley C. Titus, who was Professor of Nursing Education, School of Nursing.

Dates: undated


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