Papers, 1868-1948.


Papers, 1868-1948.

Nutting's personal and professional correspondence, ca. 1876-1948, including correspondence among Nutting's family members, 1868-1943. Correspondents include Armine Gosling, Ada M. Carr, Lavinia Lloyd Dock, Josephine Goldmark, Annie W. Goodrich, Stella Goostray, Carolyn E. Gray, Elsie M. Lawler, Isabel Maitland Stewart, Anne Hervey Strong, Effie J. Taylor, Lillian D. Wald, the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching (relating to Nutting's interest in a comprehensive study of nursing education in which she tried to interest the Foundation, 1911-1917), International Council of Nurses, Johns Hopkins Hospital School of Nursing, National League of Nursing Education, and others. Clippings, teaching and research notes, course outlines, lectures and speeches, printed material, and miscellaneous personal documents are included. Also, Nutting's subject files on nurses, nursing organizations, schools of nursing, and other nursing topics, containing correspondence, reports, printed material, and other documents.

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