Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital, School of Nursing records May be restricted
The records of the MHMH School of Nursing comprise meeting minutes and reports, accounts, budgets, cost studies, library records, student records and statistics, correspondence, publications and photographs, documenting admissions, curriculum, faculty activities, student government, and alumnae programs. They also contain material regarding the accreditation of the School, its affiliations with other institutions, and the history of the School.
- 1893 - 1980
- Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital. School of Nursing (Organization)
Conditions Governing Access
Student records restricted by federal law
Conditions Governing Use
Permission from Dartmouth College Required for Publication or Reproduction.
27 linear ft. (18 boxes)
Language of Materials
The Mary Hitchcock School of Nursing was established in 1893, at the same time the hospital was founded through the beneficence of Hiram Hitchcock. In 1976, a report was issued recommending the closing of the school and was accepted by the hospital trustees; the last class graduated in 1980. The records of the MHMH School of Nursing comprise meeting minutes, correspondences, reports, curricular materials and student records, as well as records of the student government, and documentation of accreditation though the National Nursing League.
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